Flags fly at half-mast at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba on Aug. 29, 2021.

When it seemed impossible that the U.S. government could bring more indignity to the illegally occupied naval base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the site also became a torture center.

Vicenta celebrates her 105 birthday

When Kiki was a little boy and would set up a ball game with his brothers in any little piece of land, back in the Sosa neighborhood, there was only one signal that would immediately end the struggle of hitting and running: Vicenta would whistle, literally, and the line of seven children would take the road home without complaining. There was no other way.

ETECSA described as false an alleged raffle that promised amounts of money in its name.

Recent alerts from Cuban entities about fraudulent advertisements corroborated that when surfing digital platforms, the danger lies in trust, said Reynier Vega Reyes, president of the Union of Cuban Computer Scientists (UIC) in this eastern Cuban province, on the occasion of the International Safer Internet Day.

Díaz-Canel in Las Tunas

We are here not to hear reports but concrete actions, that was the challenge with which he opened the meeting of the first secretary of the Central Committee of the Party and president of the Republic Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez together with other key representatives of the national executive power, with political and government leaders, of the mass organizations; as well as with managers, producers, entrepreneurs of this province of eastern Cuba.

Mambí cannon fired by Martí's son during the 1895 Independence War

At Vicente García Park, at the mercy of the weather and its inclemency, is the tangible proof of the passage through these lands of José Francisco Martí Zayas-Bazán, the first-born son of the Apostle.