Good land is cultivated

In Matanzas yesterday, Machado Ventura toured several agricultural sites to review progress, especially in potato cultivation in the municipalities of Jovellanos, Perico and Martí

Oscar López Rivera’s sentence commuted

Justice served after 35 years


After serving 35 years in jail in the United States, Puerto Rican independence fighter Oscar López Rivera’s sentence is set to expire on May 13, 2017, after it was commuted by President Barack Obama, yesterday, January 17

Fátima Patterson, 2017 National Theater Prize winner

Fátima Patterson, 2017 National Theater Prize winner.

The panel of judges, presided by Carlos Celdrán, decided to award this year’s prize to Fátima Patterson who, for years, has brought various works dealing with issues of gender, marginalization and death to the stage

A decade of progress in Ecuador

A decade of progress in Ecuador.

On January 15, 2007, a new era began in Ecuador. Economist Rafael Correa took office with his sights firmly set on a deep restructuring of the state, proposing an inclusive process under the premise of “socialism of good living.”

The responsibility of all to educate children

El programa

Almost half a million children currently benefit from the Cuban program. Regional Vice President of the World Organization for Early Childhood Education to give a lecture in Cuba

Ciénaga de Zapata and Everglades national parks twinned


On January 18, Cuba and the U.S. signed a Twinning Agreement between the Ciénaga de Zapata National Park and the Everglades National Park. The agreement seeks to contribute to the improvement of the environmental management of these areas

60th anniversary of the La Plata Garrison attacks

Fidel’s infinite confidence in victory


Comandantes of the Revolution and decorated heroes of the Republic of Cuba Ramiro Valdés Menéndez and Guillermo García Frías attended the ceremony, held at the site of the Rebel Army’s first victory

Cuba and U.S. sign search and rescue agreement

The agreement was signed in Havana’s Hotel Nacional by Cuba’s Deputy Minister of Transport, Marta Oramas Rivero, and Chargé d'Affaires ad interim of the United States Embassy, Jeffrey DeLaurentis.

The agreement includes the organization and realization of courses, joint exercises, training, information exchanges and reciprocal visits between relevant regulatory authorities and other experts

U.S. imposes more fines to enforce the blockade


The U.S. Treasury Department has imposed fines on the nonprofit organization Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy and the Canadian bank Toronto Dominion (TD), for $10,000 and $955,750, respectively

La Pradera: Quality medical care


Personalized care offered to patients from around the world distinguishes La Pradera International Health Center, well known for its cancer treatments

March of the torches across all of Cuba


The people united will march the night of January 28, on the eve of the anniversary of José Martí's birth, from San Antonio to Maisí, with Fidel as always


Revolutionary Government Declaration

Bandera Cubana

Cuba and the United States have signed an agreement intended to guarantee regular, safe, and ordered migration, eliminating the "wet foot-dry foot" policy and the parole program for Cuban medical professional

Cuba and Haiti: Two sister nations

The 4th Antenor Firmin Voluntary Work and Solidarity Brigade composed of university students from Haiti.

Around 20 Haitian youths – members of the 4th Antenor Firmin Voluntary Work and Solidarity Brigade – visited Cuba January 4-11 and undertook various activities, while reaffirming the ties of friendship between the two peoples

Cuba to host International Symposium on Gender Violence

Cuba to host International Symposium on Gender Violence

The Second International Symposium on Gender Violence, Prostitution, Sex Tourism and Trafficking in Persons “Berta Cáceres in memoriam” aims to promote the implementation of national strategies in response to these issues