Author Archives: Anthony Brenner

President Raul Castro Goes to Say Good By to Venezuelan Counterpart

Havana, Dec 16 (Prensa Latina) Army General Raul Castro Ruz, President of the Cuban Councils of State and Ministers, went Friday night to the José Martí International Airport of Havana, to say good by to the President of Venezuela, Nicolás … Continue reading

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Alfredo Despaigne, 2017 Best Player of Cuban Baseball

Dec 15 (Escambray) Alfredo Despaigne, nicknamed ‘The Horse’ in the national and international baseball events in which Cuba has participated in years, became a member of the national champion of Cuba, Granma, and was a member of the Japanese national … Continue reading

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UN Highlights Cuban Work in Human Rights Promotion

Havana (Prensa Latina) Thanks to the work done for decades, today Cuba has a wide international support in human rights promotion, which refutes repeated attempts to discredit the island. One of the greatest evidences of respect for Cuba was its … Continue reading

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Cuban Film Sergio & Serguei Captivates in Havana Film Festival

Havana, Dec 16 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban fiction feature Sergio & Serguei, by Ernesto Daranas, closes today its premiere cycle at the 39th International Festival of New Latin American Cinema, with unanimous applause from the audience of this event. According … Continue reading

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Folkloric Ballet of Camaguey dances in the home of the spin

Camagüey, Dec 13 (Radio Cadena Agramonte) – The Folkloric Ballet of Camagüey (BFC) represents this province in the 13th dancing season Para bailar (To dance) in the house of the spin, which is the setting for the city of Santa … Continue reading

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Venezuelan Government and Opposition Inch Closer to Unity

Dec 15 (teleSur) Dialogue between the Venezuelan government and opposition aimed at promoting peace and unity has made “great progress” and the talks are set to resume in the Dominican Republic on January 11 and 12, it has been announced. … Continue reading

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Cuba takes measures to face climate change

Havana, Cuba, Dec 14 (Radio Cadena Agramonte) – A group of important measures, contained in program Tarea Vida (Life Task), are adopted in Cuba with the aim of preparing the country to face the effects caused by climate change. According … Continue reading

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Cuba to the forefront by respect for the rights of women

By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte Dec 14 – The mere fact of being female condemns women and girls from all over the world to see violated their human rights. Certainly, humanity has advanced in the recognition of the … Continue reading

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This Cuban industry began with 6 scientists, a tiny lab — and Fidel Castro’s obsession

Dec 14 by Mimi Whitefield – The Miami Herald  Havana -When Dr. R. Lee Clark, then president of the University of Texas’ famed M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, visited the island in November 1980 as part of a delegation, … Continue reading

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Northern Feed and Bean among Colorado groups that traveled to Cuba to discuss agriculture exports

Dec 15 by Samantha Fox – The Fence Post LUCERNE, Colo. — Colorado agriculture took a step toward a trade relationship with Cuba last month, despite the current embargo on the country. Colorado Agriculture Commissioner Don Brown, along with members … Continue reading

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