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CARIBBEAN BASEBALL SERIES

Cuban team receives national flag

In the name of his teammates, Alfredo Despaigne, accepted the flag that will accompany Cuba's top team to the Caribbean Series, beginning tomorrow in Jalisco, Mexico

Díaz-Canel leads Havana support group

The Cuban President participated in a meeting of the national leadership group established to support the capital, emphasizing that the population must feel the impact of efforts and participate in the resolution of problems

Yes, for the future

To be selected in the upcoming second stage of Cuban elections are 605 deputies and members of Cuba's Council of State, including its President and Vice President

Referendum: A democratic exercise

On February 24, the Cuban people will vote in a popular referendum on the new Constitution. We offer some details of the process

First Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel addresses CELAC Summit in Quito

Miguel Díaz-Canel, First Vice President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers addressed the opening session of the IV CELAC Summit in Quito, emphasizing that Cuba believes in solidarity and cooperation, which the organization can facilitate

Cuba-Venezuela health agreement shows positive results

Venezuela’s Minister of the Office of the President, Car­men Meléndez, highlighted the advances stemming from the Cuba-Ve­ne­zuela health agreement seen over the last 14 years

Fidel Castro Ruz, the undefeated Comandante

The extraordinary significance of the life and work of Comandante en Jefe Fidel Castro Ruz for Cuba and the world, was highlighted by various heads of state and dignitaries invited to attend the massive posthumous tribute to the leader of the Cuban Revolution, in Havana’s historic José Martí Plaza de la Revolución, November 29

Cuba in Africa: Solidarity in the face of brutality

Today, May 4, is the 40th anniversary of the Cassinga massacre, in which hundreds of Namibian refugees lost their lives at the hands of racist South African forces, and Cuba's heroic efforts prevented an even greater number of deaths