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Archivos de Escambray del February, 2016.

Unique Premium Cigars Celebration Starts in Havana, Cuba

The Habano Festival, considered the biggest event of Premium cigars in the world, begins today at the Conference Center in Havana, in the presence of more than 1,500 people from 50 countries


Inter American Masonic Confederation Honors Jose Marti

Members of the Inter American Masonic Confederation (CMI) laid a wreath Saturday on the monument that honors Cuban National Hero Jose Marti, at the Central Park of Havana


Colombian Gov’t, FARC-EP Peace Talks Resume in Cuba

Representatives of the Colombian government and the FARC-EP insurgent movement resume dialogues for peace in Cuba on Wednesday, confirmed today the Government team


Silence Becomes News in Sancti Spiritus Hearing Clinic (+photos)

Young Raul Rojas did not know how to explain it. He did not even understand why he acted different from others. His mother, Virginia Alarcon, didn’t comprehend why her child had learned only a few words and was only dedicated to imitate people. “He was born normal. After he was one year old, he only […]


Bolivia: Evo Morales Won’t Run for Re-Election

Bolivian President Evo Morales will not run for re-election in 2019 as the “No” side won a narrow lead over the “Yes” of 51.3 percent versus 48.7 percent, according to reports from electoral authorities


Cuban Labour Hero Ramon Castro Ruz Passes Away

The Hero of Labor of the Republic of Cuba Ramón Castro Ruz died today at the age of 91 years, said a note issued in Havana


Panama Announces Transfer of Cuban Migrants to Mexico

The Panamanian Foreign Affairs Ministry announced that the first direct flight to Mexico carrying Cuban irregular migrants who are here, will take place Tuesday, following an agreement with the government of that country


Barack Obama Administration Committed to Close Guantanamo Prison

The administration of President Barack Obama will carry out efforts this week to persuade Congress and gain support for his plan to close the prison before leaving office


Cuba President Raúl Castro Calls to Enforce Preventive Measures against Zika

The President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Raúl Castro Ruz, addresses measures to prevent the introduction and spreading of Zika in Cuba


Bolivians Decide on Constitutional Reform this Sunday

Bolivians go to polls this Sunday to decide on a constitutional reform that might allow the nomination of President Evo Morales once more to continue the process of changes implemented in the country


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