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Sancti Spiritus Theater Festival Honors Outstanding Actor

Cuban actor René de la Cruz, National Theater and Television Award winner, is remembered in Sancti Spíritus, his hometown, with the celebration of the V Theater Festival that bears his name. According to the Performing Arts Provincial Council, the 5th René de la Cruz in Memoriam Small-format Festival acknowledges the legacy of this artist, born […]


America Celebrates First World Baseball Classic Win

The United States broke through to win their first World Baseball Classic title with an emphatic 8-0 victory over Puerto Rico in Los Angeles on Wednesday


New Transport Service for the Sick in Sancti Spíritus, Cuba

This new service obeys a Joint Resolution of the Public Health and Transport Ministries, in force since 1996


Sancti Spiritus Archers Seek to Stay on Top

Sancti Spiritus will host from this Thursday to next Saturday the Elite Archery Tournament, where the best archers of the national team as well as athletes from 10 provinces will participate


Sancti Spiritus Implements Gender Strategy in Agriculture (+photos)

The policy aims at allowing men and women to share functions both in the domestic and work areas


WBC: Cuba Defeats China and Gest First Win (+photos)

With a 1-1 record through two games and only a game against Australia remaining, the Cubans kept alive their chances of advancing to the tournament’s second round


Sancti Spiritus Honors International Women’s Day (+photos)

Women are present in every moment, in every activity, and in every task because they are all protagonists and inspiration


Cuba Loses First Game to Japan in WBC

While it wasn’t a great night for Cuba, 19-year-old right fielder Yoelkis Cespedes made an impressive World Baseball Classic debut


Evo Morales Travels to Cuba for Medical Evaluation due to Throat Condition

Morales has been suffering from that problem for “quite a while”, despite undergoing medical evaluations in the cities of La Paz and Cochabamba


Ecuadorians Decide on New Leaders and Government

Nearly 13 million Ecuadoreans are expected to go to the polls Sunday to vote in a key election for a new president and National Assembly, as well as a referendum on tax havens


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