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Carlos Manuel de Céspedes: a life consecrated to Cuba
Carlos Manuel de Céspedes: a life consecrated to Cuba

In the early hours of February 27, 1874, from a breakwater in the bay of Santiago de Cuba, a troop of the select Spanish battalion of San Quentin boarded a coast guard that took the soldiers to an inlet on the coast of the Sierra Maestra where they disembarked and set off, without hesitation, the direct road to the village of San Lorenzo, where they burst in unexpectedly, leaving Carlos Manuel de Céspedes only the alternative of putting up a good fight for his life.

Prevention: the best of cures (+ Photos)
Prevention: the best of cures (+ Photos)

By Dania Díaz Socarrás/Radio Cadena Agramonte 

"True medicine is not the one that cures, but the one that foresees," said José Martí and the quality of collective education on ways to avoid diseases certainly denotes quality, a commitment that facilitates the organization of the Cuban Public Health system and that with timely voices and receiving ears can help us win many more battles for the well-being of our organisms. 

Sport takes Camagüey
Sport takes Camagüey

Sport in our country has among its objectives to promote its practice in the whole town, and fundamentally children and young people; but not only that age group needs it, but also adults and older people. 

Cupid and his dart towards love's bullseye
Cupid and his dart towards love's bullseye

Taken from Latin Press. 
 

Single, in love with a partner or not, and even those who are trapped in impossible love affairs grab the bouquet of opportunity today to see if Cupid arrows them on this day that also celebrates friendship.

Femicide: the end of aggravated violence
Femicide: the end of aggravated violence

50 days have passed since the beginning of 2023 and social networks are plagued with news such as: "Body of a disappeared young woman found in Cienfuegos", "50-year-old man takes the life of his 17-year-old ex-partner", "Young person is still missing in Havana". The rate of violence against women is increasing and this has created insecurity in the population. Many classify the events as femicides. 

Camilo Cienfuegos Living Permanence (+ Video)
Camilo Cienfuegos Living Permanence (+ Video)

Highlighted by the 91st anniversary of his birth in Havana, on February 6, 1932, the presence of Commander Camilo Cienfuegos has this time the happy aura that surrounds the heroes when we talk about his advent to the world. It must be so, because the good that made us is so immense, even if his life was cut short by chance, too early for him and for the Homeland. 

Martí forever
Martí forever

When on Friday, January 28, 1853 in Havana, Leonor Pérez y Cabrera from the Canary Islands gave birth to her eldest son, whom they baptized José Julián, the Cuban who would be, for all time, the man who symbolizes the highest values ??was born. of the nation, which embodies the beloved homeland; he is the essence of Cuba. 

Cuban Theater Day: Long live the land that produces the sugarcane!
Cuban Theater Day: Long live the land that produces the sugarcane!

The women wore white and red dresses, with headbands and loose hair, the theater was crowded, a play was going to be performed for charitable purposes. The Spanish volunteers were on alert, in the Cuban capital the rebels were increasing. Perro huevón, until his muzzle is burned, was the play that starred in the events of the Teatro Villanueva on January 22, 1869, in Havana.

The thousand lives of Celia combatant (+ Photos and Video)
The thousand lives of Celia combatant (+ Photos and Video)

Celia Sánchez Manduley, the first woman in the Rebel Army, died a few months before her 60th birthday, on January 11, 1980, at an age that more and more of her fellow countrymen exceed today due to the increase in life expectancy.

Mella, the greatest symbol of unity and struggle of Cuban students
Mella, the greatest symbol of unity and struggle of Cuban students

On the night of January 10, 1929, in Mexico City, Julio Antonio Mella and Tina Modotti walked nonchalantly, as if the omen of the young revolutionary that he would be assassinated from behind would not come true that day. 

In the New Year, let's take care of health
In the New Year, let's take care of health

Many of us are flawed in our lifestyle, for reasons of our own or beyond our control, due to training, due to resistance to alternatives that come to seem barbaric or ridiculous even though they are healthier, because we can confuse the well-being of the organism with the pleasant sensations of doing What we like. 

Victorious January
Victorious January

By Marta Gómez Ferrals/ ACN.

Cuba received the new year on January 1, 1959 with the immense joy of knowing that the Revolution had finally triumphed, while the young leader of the libertarian struggle arrived in Santiago de Cuba and they still smoked and the echoes of the last victorious battles were heard, especially those near the heroic city of the East, those of Santa Clara and Yaguajay, all decisive.