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Cuban President on working visit to Holguin

Among activities in the eastern province, Díaz-Canel visited a rice processing facility and the Castro Ruz family home in Birán

Cuban President in Holguín

Díaz-Canel makes his first visit to this eastern province as President

Holguín

Eternally grateful

This is the story of Georyana and her daughter Elizabeth, a family supported by the Revolution’s social assistance system

LAS TUNAS & HOLGUÍN

Díaz-Canel visits sites of social and economic importance

The Cuban Vice President also met with leaders of the Institute of Sports, Recreation, and Physical Education in the region, along with legendary athletes, emphasizing the importance of physical activity and sports

FMC 56TH ANNIVERSARY

Committed to socialism

During the national act FMC Secretary General, Teresa Amarelle Boué, expressed the organization’s unwavering commitment to socialism and the leaders of the Cuban Revolution

A mega-project in the heart of Cuba

In its continued advance toward the province of Las Tunas, the East-West water diversion project is making a significant contribution to development, delivering water that will lead to greater economic and social changes

Cuban tourism offers more than sun and sea

Natural and adventure destinations are increasingly popular options offered by the national tourism industry, focused on protecting the environment and supporting local development

Scenes from Election Day

The Cuban people were the protagonists of elections on Sunday March 11. Granma offers readers stories and anecdotes from across the entire island on Election Day

Victory Caravan reenacted

Young workers and soldiers from the Revolutionary Armed Forces and Ministry of the Interior recall the entry of the Rebel Army Victory Caravan in Holguín

The wrath of loving men

Lázaro Martínez Pérez, a humble man from Ciego de Ávila, recounts, with confidence and modesty, the story of how 40 years ago he faced enemy planes unloading their fury on residents of a small Angolan enclave, an event the world knows as the Cassinga Massacre