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One hundred days since Irma

Granma International offers readers a series of articles on the current situation in several Cuban provinces hit hard by Hurricane Irma, identifying how much remains to be done and recognizing the colossal feat achieved thus far

Cuba nominates its people's candidates

In accordance with Cuba's electoral law, on January 21 the country’s 168 Municipal Assemblies of People’s Power approved candidates for provincial delegates and deputies to the National Assembly of People’s Power, who will be elected in a popular vote March 11

Two men, the same dream

When we begin to talk about Martí and Fidel, two men separated in time, the commonalities are clearly evident

Global solidarity on May Day

Thus far, over 1,440 international delegates have confirmed their participation in activities to celebrate May Day in Cuba

TODAY IN HISTORY

Fidel Castro enters Pinar del Río with the Caravan of Liberty (+ Photos)

One of the oldest and best-known sections of Granma newspaper, “Today in History,” arrives to Granma International’s website this Wednesday, and will feature images and texts on different historical moments each week

Dolphinariums restored (Photos)

The dolphins of Cuba's northern key resorts were protected during Hurricane Irma and the centers where they perform fully restored

Cuban resort hotel voted Best All Inclusive in the world

The Royalton Cayo Santa María, a five star hotel located in the keys off Cuba’s north-central coast, was chosen as Best All Inclusive in the world in the Travelers’ Choice Awards 2014, conducted every year by the popular travel website TripAdvisor

The cost of an arbitrary policy

If the joint enterprise, Havana Club Internacional, had been able to sell its rum in the U.S. market, it would have made over 100 million dollars in the period from March 2013 to 2014. This figure is just one of the many that encompass the losses Cuba has suffered over the years thanks to the arbitrary policy of the blockade.