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Thursday, December 13, 2018

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  • People of Camaguey Bid Farewell to Commander of the Revolution, Juan Almeida

    People of Camaguey Bid Farewell to Commander of the Revolution, Juan Almeida

    Camagüey, Sep 13.- The people of Camaguey pay posthumous homage to Revolutionary Commander, Juan Almeida Bosque, who passed away in Havana on September 11 at the age of 82.

    In this Cuban eastern city, like in 25 others throughout the island, the people are marching in front of a large photograph of the Revolutionary leader wearing his fatigues.

  • Students Pay Posthumous Homage to Cuban Hero Almeida

    Students Pay Posthumous Homage to Cuban Hero Almeida

    Camagüey, Sep 13.- On a call made by their respective organizations; pioneers, teenagers and young students joined the posthumous homage that the Cuba people is paying to Commander Juan Almeida Bosque, who died on Friday in Havana. The little ones, accompanied by their parents, have been attendi…
  • Cuban Alarcon Calls to Mobilize for The Five

    Cuban Alarcon Calls to Mobilize for The Five

    Havana, Sep 12- President of the Cuban Parliament Ricardo Alarcon called on people worldwide to multiply the mobilization to force the United States to release the five anti-terrorist Cuban fighters held in US prisons.

  • Peraza HR Saves Cuba in World Baseball

    Peraza HR Saves Cuba in World Baseball

    Barcelona, Sep 12- The Cuban baseball team suffered Saturday to beat Spain in its last presentation in this city, host of the Group B of the World Championship, but thanks to a homerun by pinch hitter Yosvani Peraza, the Cuban team could keep itself unbeaten.

  • Camagüey’s Beer Factory to Recovers Productive Capability

    Camagüey’s Beer Factory to Recovers Productive Capability

    Camagüey, Sep 10.- Bringing the reactors, twelve of them, back to the production line is one of the goals that the workers of Tinima Brewery is pursuing to regain the productive capacity of the factory, opened by the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro 23 years ago.

  • August: The Hottest in Cuba in 40 Years

    August: The Hottest in Cuba in 40 Years

    Havana, Sep 11.-  Experts have described this last August as one of the hottest months in the last 38 years (1971-2009), when thermometers registered above-average temperatures for that time of the year.

  • Cuba’s National Ballet Company on European Tour

    Cuba’s National Ballet Company on European Tour

    Havana, Sep 11.- Cuba’s National Ballet Company (BNC) with General Director, Alicia Alonso, is on an extensive tour of Europe, which began on September 9 in Spain and will end on November 16 in Italy.

  • Baseball World Cup Kicks off Wednesday, Cuba to Face Puerto Rico Today

    Baseball World Cup Kicks off Wednesday, Cuba to Face Puerto Rico Today

    Havana, Sep 10.- The 38th Baseball World Cup began this Wednesday in five European cities, and Cuba will face Puerto Rico today aiming at regaining the world title in this sport. A very tense physiological state will be hanging over team Cuba in this tournament, for it is a big challenge for i…
  • More than 1’000 Students from the Third World in Camagüey

    More than 1’000 Students from the Third World in Camagüey

    Camagüey, Sep 10.- More than 1000 youth of 70 countries from the Third World began their college courses this 2009-2010 school year in Camagüey, eastern Cuba.

  • Cuban 5 Case Demand in USA

    Cuban 5 Case Demand in USA

    Washington, Sep 10.- The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund presented Wednesday a demand in the United States related to the case of five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unfairly imprisoned in that northern country since 1998.