Author Archives: Greta Jean

Cuba to unveil its first cable ski park (+Photos)

The new tourist product will allow for the hosting of international sports competitions and become a center for water ski training With the promise of being a new attraction for national and international tourists, combining sports, leisure, and entertainment, the … Continue reading

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Cuba Reaffirms Unconditional Solidarity with Venezuela

Pinar del Rio, Jul 26 (Prensa Latina) Cuba reiterates its unconditional solidarity with Venezuela and calls for respect for the sovereignty and self-determination of that nation, stated Cuban Vice President José Ramón Machado Ventura. During the speech for the National … Continue reading

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Three Million Tourists Arrive in Cuba in Less than 7 months

This Tuesday, July 25, Cuba reached the three million tourist mark, 75 days faster than last year A press release from the Cuban Ministry of Tourism reports that on this Tuesday, July 25, Cuba reached the three million tourist mark, … Continue reading

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US Plastic Artist Exhibits in Cuba

Ben Jones lives in New Jersey and participated years ago in three collective shows in Havana and shared presentations with local musicians US plastic artist Ben Jones expressed his dissatisfaction with the stance of US President Donald Trump, opposed to … Continue reading

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Bolivarian Alliance Denounces New US Sanctions on Venezuela

The U.S. Treasury Department announced new sanctions on 13 senior officials of Venezuela’s government Wednesday. Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America, ALBA, Secretary General David Choquehuanca said on Wednesday that renewed U.S. sanctions on Venezuela are unacceptable and … Continue reading

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Cuba Rejoices to Celebrate National Rebellion Day

Pinar del Rio, July 26 (Prensa Latina) Different social sectors of the Cuban province of Pinar del Rio have expressed today their satisfaction to host the venue of the central event for National Rebellion Day. Health, tourism, culture and sports … Continue reading

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Cuba Successfully Opened Pan Am Volleyball (M) Cup

Gatineau, Canada, Jul 26 (Prensa Latina) Cuba played to a successful debut at the 12th Men”s Pan American Cup with a 3-1 (25-17, 25-22, 21-25 25-22) win over the Dominican Republic for Pool A at Gatineau”s Robert Guertin Arena in … Continue reading

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Building a computerized society

Cuba assessed by the International Telecommunications Union • Class of 2017 graduates from the University of Computer Sciences According to Dr. Miriam Nicado García, rector of the University of Computer Sciences (UCI), the recently approved policy on the computerization of … Continue reading

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Spanish Intellectuals Defend Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly

To counter Spain’s obsession with criticizing the Bolivarian government intellectuals, and defend the Constituent Assembly. A group of Spanish analysts, sociologists, and politicians announced their complete support for President Nicolas Maduro’s National Constituent Assembly, calling it a “democratic gesture of … Continue reading

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180 years of excellence in dance, music, theater and opera

Like always, we return to its history and tradition; especially this year, when this symbolic, privileged site of performing arts in Cuba, is celebrating its 180th anniversary… A favored space for the intangible revelations of dance, music and opera, the … Continue reading

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