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  • 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.

  • France demands the end of US blockade on Cuba

    France demands the end of US blockade on Cuba

    Paris, Oct 8. -The French Coordinator of Solidarity with Cuba claimed the end of the blockade of the United States against that Caribbean nation, which for more than 50 years affects all social sectors and stops their economic development.

  • Cuba will start its sugar harvest next November

    Cuba will start its sugar harvest next November

    Havana, Oct 8. -The 2018-2019 harvest will begin next November at the Argeo Martínez sugar mill in the province of Guantánamo, announced on Sunday in Havana Julio Andrés García Pérez, president of AZCUBA Sugar Group.

  • Surfer dogs (+ Photos)

    Surfer dogs (+ Photos)

    These dogs do not go to the beach to run around in the sand, wallow in it, make friends or wear their bathing suits. They will compete seriously, put their lives at risk and also demonstrate new skills to please their masters and those who love the canine race.

  • Bolivia commemorates Che’s death anniversary

    Bolivia commemorates Che’s death anniversary

    Havana, Oct 8. - The figure of Argentine- Cuban guerrillero Ernesto Che Guevara was remembered on the occasion of the 51 years of his assassination in the town of La Higuera, in the south of the province of Vallegrande, Bolivia.

  • US criticisms are an attack to mutual trust, China says

    US criticisms are an attack to mutual trust, China says

    Beijing, Oct 8. -China demanded that the United States immediately stop criticizing and accusing Beijing, and emphasized that those criticisms are a direct attack on mutual trust and shadow bilateral ties.

  • Camagüey cooperatives bet on fruits’ polyculture

    Camagüey cooperatives bet on fruits’ polyculture

    Camagüey, Oct 8. -The technology of polyculture in fruit trees advances in more than 150 cooperatives of this province, in order to obtain more harvests and to keep developing several agricultural zones with short, medium and long-term cycle of plant species throughout the year.

  • Cristina Varona from Camagüey wins Community Culture National Award 2018

    Cristina Varona from Camagüey wins Community Culture National Award 2018

    Camagüey, Oct 6. -Cristina Varon Bandera, from Camagüey, deserved the Community Culture National Award 2018 in the category of personality, “for dedicating her energy and effort in preserving, transmitting and promoting traditional knowledge of Camagüey, in particular of the troupes, which are essential ingredients of the San Juan camagüeyano.”

  • Colombian Peace Court rejects general attorney's interference in FARC case

    Colombian Peace Court rejects general attorney's interference in FARC case

    Bogotá, Oct 6. -The President of Colombia’s Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP), Patricia Linares, has condemned the General Attorney’s Office “meddling” in cases related to kidnappings by the former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

  • Bombing against Cuban Aircraft in 1976 Remembered in Havana

    Bombing against Cuban Aircraft in 1976 Remembered in Havana

    Havana, Oct 6. - Cuban authorities and citizens remember today with a pilgrimage to the capital Necropolis of Colon, the attack committed on October 6th, 1976, off the coast of Barbados, against a commercial plane of the island in flight.