Raul Castro: Work of Gabriel García Márquez is Immortal

Cuban President, Raúl Castro, described today as immortal the work of Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez, in a message sent to the wife of the deceased Nobel Prize for Literature.

The world, and especially the peoples of Our America, have lost physically a paradigmatic intellectual and writer, affirmed the text divulged in Havana.

Garcia Marquez Remains to be Incinerated in Mexico

Latin America Mourns Death of Famed Gabriel Garcia Marquez »

Pinar del Rio is the New Champion of Cuban Baseball

Pinar del Rio was crowned as champion of the 53rd Cuban Baseball National Season in the Victoria Giron Park, by beating Matanzas 9-6 in the 6th game of the Great Final held between these two teams from the Western region. »

Anti-Cuban ZunZuneo Plan May Have Been Part of Obama Espionage

zunzuneo12The subversive USAID (U.S. Agency for International Development) program against Cuba known as ZunZuneo may have been part of President Barack Obama’s overall espionage plan as revealed by Edward Snowden. »

Sancti Spiritus, the Most Medieval of the First Cuban Villages

The ancient Cuban village readies to celebrate the 500th anniversary of its foundation to be celebrated next June 4. »

Cuba: Fernando Demands Immediate Liberation of Fellow Fighters

Fernando said that world solidarity must continue pushing for Gerardo, Fernando, and Antonio to be released and returned to Cuba as soon as possible. »


The cucurucho de coco (coconut cone)

Self-employment Increases in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

Most self-employed workers in Sancti Spiritus are engaged in food-related activities. (Photo: Vicente Brito/Escambray)Over 9 000 new jobs have been created in Sancti Spiritus since 2010. »

Investments Grow in Trinidad-Sancti Spiritus Tourism Destination

Significant investments have been scheduled this year for the tourism area. »