Radio Cadena Agramonte
Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Opinion


  • U.S. awakens to a divided Congress

    U.S. awakens to a divided Congress

    By Martha Andrés Román

    Washington, Nov 7. -The increasing division of U.S. society reflected in the results of the mid-term elections that both chambers of Congress are controlled by different parties.

  • Las Clavellinas: Camagüey people in the 1868 libertarian struggle

    Las Clavellinas: Camagüey people in the 1868 libertarian struggle

    By Yaniuska Macías Rivera/  Cuban News Agency.

    The uprising of Las Clavellinas, on November 4th, 1868, marks in the history of Cuba the decision of the patriots of Camagüey to join to the war initiated in  La Demajagua by Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, 150 years ago.

  • Blockade on Cuba hinders its scientific development but it does not stop it

    Blockade on Cuba hinders its scientific development but it does not stop it

    By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    It is the area of science one of the most affected by the negative impacts of the economic, financial and commercial blockade that the United States has maintained over Cuba for almost 60 years.

  • Cuba goes back to UN to demand the end of blockade

    Cuba goes back to UN to demand the end of blockade

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    From February 3rd, 1962 on, the word blockade is part of the daily life of generations of Cubans and, although sometimes it becomes repetitive to justify some faults that we can solve internally, it is clear that the Cuban economy suffers the damage of a policy that is escalating every year.

  • United Nations: Cuba for a new victory against blockade

    United Nations: Cuba for a new victory against blockade

    By Edel Blanco Duarte/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Since Cuba presented in the United Nations the first draft resolution against the blockade years ago, many Cubans have lived October after October a rare mixture of euphoria and disappointment.

  • Compliments, to charm or to scare?

    Compliments, to charm or to scare?

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The night fell and although the park was lonely between the bushes a couple of teenagers could be heard. The sound of the crickets broke the confidence; you would hear a phrase that could give the boy the yes: "You should look at the stars more often so you will see your eyes reflected in one of them."

  • The railway history is exhibited in Camagüey

    The railway history is exhibited in Camagüey

    Van Horne Boulevard is a new attraction in Camagüey city. The street was in construction for a long time and today people from Camagüey can enjoy modern railway history from diverse proposals.

  • Cuban culture to the scene

    Cuban culture to the scene

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Make way and extend the red carpet that the Cuban culture came. She walks to the proud stage and aims, of course, to dazzle the audience with her dress, perfectly matched with the colors of the flag.

  • Where is the essential?

    Where is the essential?

    By Elianis Cutiño López/Radio Cadena Agramonte. The society we inhabit is marked by stereotypes and one of the most frequent ones begins with the classic phrase: youth is lost, a sentence that runs from mouth to mouth of those who have forgotten that they were once young. Unfortu…
  • World Food Day: for the equality of opportunities

    World Food Day: for the equality of opportunities

    By Elianis Cutiño López/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) marked that the World Food Day is celebrated each year on October 16th, coinciding with the date of its founding in 1945.