Newspaper from Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

Spanish . RSS  . Site Map
Escambray on Facebook Escambray on Twitter Escambray on Flickr RSS Feed


Pope Francis Chooses Not to Visit Brasil

His Holiness had been invited to commemorate the 300-year anniversary of the appearance of Our Lady of Aparecida, the principal patroness of Brazil


Cuban Medical Brigade Begins Working in Peruvian City of Piura

The Cuban doctors began offering their services in field hospital tents they carried with them along with 4.2 tons of medicines and medical supplies


El Salvador Grants Award to Cuban Prima Ballerina Alicia Alonso

Alicia travelled to the Central American country from Costa Rica, where she received a National University Honorary Doctorate


Raul in Santiago de Cuba: Fidel, Hasta la Victoria Siempre!

A mass memorial rally was held Saturday evening at the Antonio Maceo Revolution Square in eastern Santiago de Cuba, as residents of that and other eastern Cuban provinces, representing the entire Cuban people, paid tribute to Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro. Foreign personalities, who have traveled here to join the Cuban people in this time […]


Cuba: Fidel Castro Was Always Concerned about Sports

Escambray reproduces the opinions of some outstanding sport personalities who tells  thier own experinces with the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro


Cuban Revolution Leader Fidel Castro Passes Away

Cuban Revolution Historical Leader Fidel Castro Ruz dies in Havana, November 25, at age of 90. The news was confirmed by Cuban president Raul Castro, on a late night statement on National Television.  Pursuant to the express will of Fidel, his remains will be cremated.   Raul Castro Notifies Death of the Historic Leader of the […]


Michelle Obama Grants Awards to Cuban Lizt Alfonso

The US President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities, PCAH, granted Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba School –LADCS- the International Spotlight Award


United States Abstains at United Nations Vote on U.S. Blockade of Cuba

In a historic shift in U.S. foreign policy, the Barack Obama Administration abstained Wednesday at the United Nations General Assembly’s vote on a resolution that urges the lifting of Washington’s nearly 6 decades-old blockade policy against Cuba


Overwhelming Majority of UN Members Reject U.S. Blockade of Cuba

The vast majority of the international community, represented at the UN General Assembly, voted Wednesday in favor of a resolution, urging the U.S. government to repeal its nearly six decades-old blockade policy towards Cuba


Colombia to Work on Adjustments to Peace Agreement

Colombia government and FARC-EP have reiterated their commitment to maintain the Ceasefire and the Bilateral, Definitive End to Hostilities decreed on August 29th


Página Siguiente »