By Yusarys Benito Deliano/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
Silence. Another word would be to destroy the sortilege of that place. Nothing can destroy the gentle air coming and going; neither the cries nor the carefree steps of the workers on the graves, not even the bustle of the Central highway. Few people walk the site and when you do, you hear the murmur of who tells a secret to a friend, a mother, a child...
Digital technologies are a phenomenon that expands across all aspects, areas and life situations and contemporary events. The international tourism day, which is celebrated today, is dedicated precisely to the opportunities provided by these tools called the leisure and entertainment industry.
Brasilia, Sep 25. -By a long shot, extreme right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro of the Social Liberal Party (PSL), is today the most rejected nominee by Brazilian voters for the October 7th elections.
By Erik Pacheco Fandiño/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
Last Friday news on the death of Tran Dai Quang, President of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, moved me to September, 1969, and those days of mourning for the physical disappearance of Ho Chi Min, the legendary Uncle Ho, undisputed leader of this brotherly people.
United Nations, Sep 22. -The U.S. blockade to Cuba lurks today on anywhere in the world, warned the island's diplomatic mission to the UN in a press release, in which it exposes numerous financial obstacles.
Havana, Sep 20. -The authentication of the socialist state enterprise as a fundamental form of production in Cuba and the guarantees granted to foreign investors are some of the strengths of the Draft Constitution of the Republic, an expert said in Havana on Thursday.
Brasilia, Sep 17. -A new coup d'état by the extreme right wing and the army is prepared to be executed after October's presidential elections, Mauro Lopes, the editor of the digital newspaper Brasil 247, denounced today.
Rome, Sep 13. -The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) highlighted today the high index of human development of Cuba (0.775) as the result of the universal and free access to basic services, the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger.
By Rosa Miriam Elizalde / Cubaperiodistas.
The new digital platforms favor the appearance of groups of individuals organized like a claque ready to applaud in an unconditional way the one that pays. Anyone that is not in a country blocked like Cuba can create contents, invest so that specific groups see them and up to renting or until virtual applauders buy to generate “I like” in Facebook or “followers“ in Twitter.
By Arailaisy Rosabal Garcia / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
"Good weather for tonight... cool temperatures and breezes"; this was the first story that came to the Cuban people through Radio. They would be around 9:00 p.m., because it just sounds the cannon when from the House of the noted musician Luis Casas Romero, announced loudly on the weather for the following hours, using a transmitter and an antenna that amplified the sound.