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  • Tonight the Absolute Chess Tournament begins in Camagüey

    Tonight the Absolute Chess Tournament begins in Camagüey

    Camagüey, Oct 9. -The grand final of the Absolute Provincial Chess Tournament will begin tonight, at the academy José Raúl Capablanca of the capital city, with the participation of seven players.

  • Brazilian candidates support Fernando Haddad after first round

    Brazilian candidates support Fernando Haddad after first round

    Brasilia, Oct 9. -In Brazil, Sunday's voting results have ensured a second round in the presidential elections, with former candidates beginning to join the left and progressive forces around Fernando Haddad of the Worker's Party, PT.

  • Theatre, the best way to tell and see how life passes

    Theatre, the best way to tell and see how life passes

    By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    I still remember the first time I was in a theater. We were going to see "La casa de Bernarda Alba", by Federico García Lorca” and, as I had just studied it in literature lessons, I knew the work, and it was among my favorites by then.

  • Cuba grants DPRK Ambassador the friendship medal (+Photos)

    Cuba grants DPRK Ambassador the friendship medal (+Photos)

    Havana, Oct 9. - Ambassador Pak Chang Yul of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to Cuba received the Friendship Medal from the State Council of Cuba on Tuesday.

  • Noise, invisible enemy

    Noise, invisible enemy

    By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Anita wanted to put down to sleep her two girls because it was past 10 pm but it was impossible. Néstor, her in front-neighbor, celebrated "something" and he had installed a loudspeaker at full volume in the portal.

  • Santa Ifigenia: sacred altar of the nation (+Photos)

    Santa Ifigenia: sacred altar of the nation (+Photos)

    Santiago de Cuba counts with many museums and places to approach the history and its protagonists; spaces that move us to a glorious past and summon to the reflection on what we are today. But it is perhaps Santa Ifigenia cemetery, founded in 1868 and considered an open-air museum, one of the most valuable ones, because it contains the last abodes of worthy men and women.

  • Pharmacology experts will participate in Camagüey’s National Congress of the specialty

    Pharmacology experts will participate in Camagüey’s National Congress of the specialty

    Camagüey, Oct 9. -The 12th National Congress of Pharmacology FARMACAMAGÜEY 2018 will be held in this city from October 22th to 25th, with the participation of 150 delegates from 12 provinces of Cuba.

  • Raúl and Díaz-Canel offerings to the father of the nation

    Raúl and Díaz-Canel offerings to the father of the nation

    Havana, Oct 9. -The Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, first Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, sent a floral offering that was deposited in the monument to the father of the nation in the Plaza de Armas, to a day of the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the wars of independence.

  • Cuba advocates at UN for changing unequal international order

    Cuba advocates at UN for changing unequal international order

    United Nations, Oct 9. –Cuba’s permanent representative to the UN, Anayansi Rodríguez, highlighted on Monday the need to change the current international order, unjust and profoundly unequal, and to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of states.

  • Hurricane Michael moves away from Cuba, but rains continue

    Hurricane Michael moves away from Cuba, but rains continue

    Havana, Oct 9. -Hurricane Michael keeps its displacement towards the center of the Gulf of Mexico and it is located about 280 kilometers from the western end of the Cuban province of Pinar del Río, but areas of the island are still affected by the rains.