On 25 April 1974, the Carnation Revolution took place in Portugal, ending one of the oldest dictatorships in Europe and accelerating the independence in the Portuguese colonies in Africa, one of them in Angola, where a liberation war had erupted back in 1961.
Miguel Brugueras del Valle, editor of the magazine Verde Olivo in 1960, recalls that it was Che who promoted the idea of honoring Camilo Cienfuegos with flowers thrown into the sea
By Orfilio Peláez/Granma
The considerable human and material damages caused by Hurricane Flora in the east of the island in October 1963, as well as Hurricane Cleo the following year, highlighted the urgent need to reorganize Cuba’s weather service, to meet the highest scientific standards.
By Nuriem de Armas/Prensa Latina
Havana.- Minister Rodolfo Alarcón, has said that Cuba aspires to have citizens who are civilized and contribute to society, who, through the practice of their professions are committed to their homeland.
By Radio Havana Cuba
Franco Brazilian author Michael Löwy, wrote in his book The Marxism of Che Guevara:
By Vivian Collazo/PL
With an average life expectancy of 78.45 years, Cuba ranks among the top 25 nations in the world in this important indicator of human progress.
By Alfredo Boada Mola/ Prensa Latina
Cuban experts are giving the final touches a plant with Japanese technology to destroy substances that exhaust the ozone layer (OLES), the fragile gas stratus that prevents the Sun's ultraviolet radiation from damaging life on Earth.
Next October 27 will be historical, when in the General Assembly of the United Nations it comes to voting, for the 24th time, a new draft resolution that condemn, as it happens since 1992, the long-standing, illegal and cruel blockade levied to Cuba by United States.
Rita had a sad look and dark skin. She was small and had an enchanting smile. This is how everyone remembers her. One of the iconic artists in Cuba was the unique Rita Montaner.
By Edel Blanco Duarte/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
The history of Cuba is rich in facts and personalities. Cuban people have learned about it from books, newspapers and old images.