Special Reports

I envy yesterday. Of the reality of others, of the origin of all. Of the years where my country was forged, where the foundations of what we are today were warmed up, of the History made by men and not letters, where the facts are alive and not printed.

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In Camagüey: Domestic Reptiles

They know each other for more than ten years. They were born in distant places: one in the forests of the Venezuelan Amazon and the other, in the north cays of Camagüey.

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Commander Victor Dreke Cruz “ is one of the pillars on which I relied “ wrote Ernesto Che Guervara after a mission to Africa in the mid 60s.

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I knew her only across the media. Perhaps for the proper distance that exists between her generation and mine, I know her less than I should, but nevertheless I admire her.

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The soul of a Giant

David Lescano Artiles is 19 years old and he practices sports for only six months. He came to the nets of badminton by means of Nelson, a friend and teacher of the discipline, who encouraged him to try this pastime and at the same time to eliminate the sedentary lifestyle he was carrying.

Kangaroo Mom or Skin to skin

The Maternal-Infantile hospital Ann Betancourt, of this city, added to its services the Program Mother - Baby Kangaroo or the method Skin to skin since the last trimester of last year, with a view to protect the children´s health with low weight at birth, premature babies or not, benefit that they receive even in ventilation period.

The Vocational School since its first student

Because of multiple reasons, September 1st 1976 is an unforgettable date in the life of Elvira Siso Viladón, the first principal of the vocational school Máximo Gómez Báez.

The Camagüey citizen Juan Carlos Fernández Jiménez is the creator of the work “Los Zapaticos de Rosa” (The Little Shoes of Rose).

The long road to the normalization of migratory relations

A detailed history of migratory relations between the United States and Cuba, which changed abruptly after 1959, as Washington turned its immigration policy into another instrument of war against the Revolution