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Archivos de Escambray del October, 2017.

Youth Festival Condemns NATO, USA

The president of the World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY), Nikolus Papademetriou, read the final statement of the forum


October 20 Marks Cuban Culture Day

On August 22, 1980, the executive committee of Cuba’s Council of Ministers approved Decree no. 74 to establish October 20 as Cuban Culture Day


EU Won’t Recognize Independent Catalonia

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani assured that no European country will accept the independence of Catalonia


Cuban Civil Society Condemns U.S. Blockade

There is no Cuban family or organization that has not suffered, in one or another, the impact of the blockade


State Facilities in Yaguajay Recover after Irma

Although Irma not only messed up, but also caused deep wounds in the economic and social infrastructure of the northernmost municipality of Yaguajay, in the Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus, the hard work undertaken just a few hours after the rain and wind stopped is already yealding results. Marelys Cedeño Cardoso, vice president of the […]


Ricardo Flecha Sings to Cuba

The Paraguayan artist announced a concert in solidarity with the Cuban people affected by the path of Hurricane Irma in September


Cuban Judokas Look to Compete in Barranquilla

The athletes will attend the Barranquilla 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games qualifying tournament next October 28-29


Red Sun, Yellow Sky in England Due to Hurricane Ophelia

An unusual yellow sky and red-looking sun were seen across many parts of England yesterday


Raúl Castro Sends Message to Nicolás Maduro

The Cuban president said that Venezuela has given another great lesson in peace, democratic vocation, courage, and dignity


Venezuela: Bolivarian Revolution Wins 17 of 22 Governorships

On learning the results, Venezuelans celebrated the strengthening of their democracy, following an election day that developed in complete normality


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