Residents of Sancti Spiritus, had plenty of music yesterday night. It has been this way since 1989, when the National Trio Festival settled down in this central Cuban city.
Cubans celebrate today the 52nd birthday of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR), the country’s largest grassroots organization, founded by Revolution leader Fidel Castro on 28 September, 1960.
The President of the Gabonese Republic Ali Bongo Ondimba arrived Thursday in Havana for a four-day official visit, on the invitation of the Cuban government.
The arrival of foreign tourists to Sancti Spiritus amounted to more than 117,300 travelers at the end of August, equivalent to an increase of 7.6 percent over the same period of the previous year.
The heterogeneity in composition characterizes the group of 1506 candidates for delegates to the Municipal Assemblies of the People’s Power proposed during the nomination process already completed in this central Cuban province.
The Gabonese Republic President Ali Bongo Ondimba begins today an official visit to Cuba. According to his agenda, the president will hold talks with senior officials, and will pay tribute to Cuban national hero Jose Marti.
A speech by Palestinian National Authority (PNA) President Mahmoud Abbas at the UN General Assembly’s plenary session focus today expectations of the third day of the presidential debate.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, has 55.1 percent share of those who plan to vote, 11 days before the presidential elections, according to the latest study by the International Consulting Services (ICS).
The albums La Maquinaria, by Los Van Van; Un bolero para ti, by Eliades Ochoa; and La trova de siempre, by the Quinteto Criollo, are the Cuban productions that have been nominated to the Latin Grammy Awards, in its 13th edition.
A strong presence of Latin American and Caribbean issues will mark today the second day of the UN General Assembly’s presidential debate, with speeches by eight heads of State of that region.