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A truly victorious Girón
A truly victorious Girón

It was a fight, a single fight, say those who were there, the same ones who constantly saw Fidel Castro, the Commander in Chief, on the front line.

 Girón's victory: triumph converted into a symbol of resistance and sovereignty
Girón's victory: triumph converted into a symbol of resistance and sovereignty

Camagüeyans! The succession of attacks by the United States against Cuba, starting with the revolutionary triumph of 1959, has a mark in the mercenary invasion of Playa Girón not for the armed attack itself, but for the demonstration of discernment and political firmness of those who defended this land. and of a Rebel Army, which as a uniformed people with its Commander in Chief at the front supported them.

 Céspedes: paternal cry for freedom
Céspedes: paternal cry for freedom

In each page of the epic of Cuban independence, stories of sacrifice and bravery, of shared ideals and battles fought with the most powerful weapon are intertwined: the unwavering conviction that a people deserves to be free.

Respecting alternative rates shows commitment and solidarity (+ Photos)
Respecting alternative rates shows commitment and solidarity (+ Photos)

Camagüey is a city with more than 300 thousand inhabitants and although not all of them travel at the same time, a good part of them need transportation to get to their workplace, student campuses or travel to a hospital for medical appointments.

Guáimaro: the achievement of a consensus for the Homeland
Guáimaro: the achievement of a consensus for the Homeland

In the quiet town of Guáimaro, in the heart of insurgent Cuba, an act of bravery and determination took place that would resonate throughout history. That April 10, 1869, the Constitution of Guáimaro stood as a beacon of hope in the midst of the gloom of colonial domination, chiseled with the blood and sweat of anonymous heroes, a milestone that demonstrated the iron will to give life to a truly sovereign nation.

Fishing: ways and reasons of life in industries and boats
Fishing: ways and reasons of life in industries and boats

Whether in rivers or seas, many come from a family tradition with a passion for fishing, others are attracted by the mysteries of a blue-green ocean or the charms of nature, and decide to dedicate their years to a profession between nets, hooks and boats, not far from the storms that only the great know how to face.

Recycle, a necessity for the national and local economy
Recycle, a necessity for the national and local economy

The search for new paths for economic sustainability is a challenge for the Raw Materials Recovery Base Business Unit (UEBR) in the Camagüey municipality of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes.

An unusual delegate to the forum of women economists and accountants in Camagüey
An unusual delegate to the forum of women economists and accountants in Camagüey

That woman with her elegant bearing, red dress and long hair, mixed with black and a yellow braid, accompanied by a man with an old-fashioned suspender, who is rarely seen today, caught the attention of the plenary, gathered for the first session of the First International Event The woman economist and accountant.

A day to raise awareness about the climate
A day to raise awareness about the climate

This March 26, like every year, World Climate Day is celebrated, established by the United Nations (UN) in 2009, with the aim of generating awareness and sensitization in the world population to reverse the negative consequences of climate change.

 The United States, the owners of the world, until when?
The United States, the owners of the world, until when?

The rulers of the United States of America have me sick and tired of their mistaken attributions of believing they are the owners of the world, I heard a man say when he recently learned of the news published by The Wall Street Journal.

Manuel Sanguily, the soldier and the journalist
Manuel Sanguily, the soldier and the journalist

By Marta Gómez Ferrals/ ACN. He was born in Havana on March 26, 1848 with the name Manuel Antonio Sanguily Garrite, this Cuban who achieved the rank of Colonel of the Liberation Army in the Ten Years' War against colonial rule (1868-1878) and also distinguished himself, as an intellectual and politician.

Youth and the new fascism
Youth and the new fascism

By Abel Prieto Jiménez/ Taken from Juventud Rebelde. It is very bitter to know that the new fascism feeds on poor people. But the most bitter thing is verifying that it feeds on adolescents and young people.