Nothing Compares to Reality, Says Sancti Spiritus Baseball Manager

Luis-Serrano-Sancti spiritusSix months after his official designation as manager of Sancti Spiritus baseball club, Mario Zulueta Acea reviews his notes and prepares to face his most difficult challenge.

On the field, thousand sheets of paper, hypothesis, and projects waiting for the approval of the most severe of judges; as co-author, a team with hopes, promises and challenges for the recently started 55th Baseball National Series (SNB for its Spanish acronym). »

Raul Castro Sends Message to Vietnam for Independence Anniversary

Cuba’s President, Raul Castro, congratulated the Vietnamese Communist Party, government and people on occasion of the celebration on September 2 of the 70th anniversary of the independence of this nation.  »

Cuba: Back to School!

A new academic year begins today in Cuba, with almost two million students set to attend schools at the elementary, secondary, and university levels.  »

Cuban Doctors Assist People Affected by Erika in Dominica

A Cuban medical brigade joined to assist people of the Commonwealth of Dominica affected by Tropical Storm Erika, which left 20 dead and more than 50 persons missing.  »

Raul Castro Meets with Cardinal Jaime Ortega

The President of the councils of State and Ministers, Army General Raul Castro, met on Monday afternoon with Havana’s Archbishop, Cardinal Jaime Ortega.  »

Cuba Photo Exhibit at Southampton Arts Center of New York

Over one hundred photos both black and white and color recalling the last 65 years of Cuban history are part of an exhibit opened till September 7 at the Southampton Arts Center in New York.  »

US Senator Favours Normalization of Cuba-U.S.A. Relations

Media outlets in the US State of Vermont stress recent statements by Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy who said that US ideals must be promoted by lifting the travel ban and the blockade against Cuba.  »

Cuba: Severe Drought, Lack of Rain Trigger Water Saving Alert

The severe drought affecting Cuban aquifers and reservoirs given the extreme lack of rainfalls has led authorities to call for water-saving measures and other distribution strategies to cushion the tense situation.  »


Cuba-U.S.A. Bilateral Relations Begin New Stage

Cuba and the United States entered a new stage of bilateral rapprochement, after completing formalities of resuming diplomatic relations with the reopening of embassies in both capitals.  »

My Hands Have the Gift of Making Vocations Grow

Dr. Mario Alberto Triana Estrada (Mayito) tells about his work at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, in Timor Lorosa’e National University. »

Vacationers Prefer Sancti Spiritus Beaches

The beaches in the south of Sancti Spiritus constitute an attractive offer this summer, when the lack of rainfall has hindered the use of other traditional swimming areas. »

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