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  • The silence of apathy (+Photos)

    The silence of apathy (+Photos)

    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...

  • An asteroid bigger than Big Ben closes to Earth

    An asteroid bigger than Big Ben closes to Earth

    The asteroid 2018 SP1 will approach to the Earth on October 3rd, reports the British newspaper Express, quoting NASA. The celestial body, classified by the space agency as an object near to the Earth (NEO, Near Earth Object), which measures between 70 and 160 meters, which is equivalent to the size of a football field (between 90 and 110 meters) and —Express says —  it even exceeds the Big Ben one and it is heading towards our planet at a speed of 60000 miles per hour.

  • Cuban beach volleyball duo wins in Dominican Republic

    Cuban beach volleyball duo wins in Dominican Republic

    Havana, Oct 1. -The Cuban duo of Karell Peña-Luis Reyes won the gold medal of the 4th stop of the 2018 NORCECA Beach Volleyball Circuit held in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, with the presence of 21 teams per sex from 16 countries.

  • FAO Urges Shift in Agriculture and Food Production

    FAO Urges Shift in Agriculture and Food Production

    Rome, Oct 1. -FAO Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva has highlighted the importance to advance Agenda 2030 from a turning point in agriculture and the food production system.

  • Still One Month and a Half more for Cuban Constitutional Debate

    Still One Month and a Half more for Cuban Constitutional Debate

    Havana, Oct 1. -The consultation of the new Cuban Draft Constitution continues for a month and a half more, after seven weeks of discussions and a large number of proposals and opinions of citizens.

  • President Díaz-Canel Back to Work in Cuba after UN, New York Visit

    President Díaz-Canel Back to Work in Cuba after UN, New York Visit

    Havana, Oct 1. -President Miguel Diaz-Canel is back to Cuba after appearing at the United Nations for the 73rd General Assembly and holding relevant meetings in New York with US politicians and business people.

  • Nobel Prize in Medicine for Discoverers of Immunotherapy

    Nobel Prize in Medicine for Discoverers of Immunotherapy

    Stockholm, Oct 1. -The North American James Allison and the Japanese Tasuku Honjo have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine 2018 for their discovery of cancer therapy by inhibiting negative immune regulation.

  • Charles Aznavour Dies, a Huge Loss for the Music World

    Charles Aznavour Dies, a Huge Loss for the Music World

    Paris, Oct 1. -Legendary French singer Charles Aznavour, 94, passed away on Monday in the south of France, and his death generates a maelstrom of reactions of pain from what many consider ''an immense loss''.

  • Brazilians Live Decisive Week in Fight for Rights and Sovereignty

    Brazilians Live Decisive Week in Fight for Rights and Sovereignty

    Brasilia, Oct 1. -Over 147 million Brazilian voters will live from today the final stretch of a campaign that former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva considers to beone of  the most important ones in Brazil's history.

  • Investment in an outskirt neighborhood’s school continues in Camagüey’s capital city

    Investment in an outskirt neighborhood’s school continues in Camagüey’s capital city

    Camagüey, Oct 1. -Students and teachers of Águedo Morales Reyna Elementary School, located in Los Coquitos, enjoy comfortable facilities and other conditions for the development of the teaching-educational process, after it was finished the third stage of the investment that runs on that school of Agramonte’s capital.