Premier 12: Victor doesn’t learn and Cuba to break the curse of the Tulip

Victor Mesa doesn’t learn and Cuba fell 5 x 1 against Canada in its debut in Group A of the Premier 12 and there were was a good part of their aspirations to command that key and them to avoid a difficult junction in the quarterfinals, maybe also the real aspirations of reaching the semifinals.

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Premier 12 I do not believe in miracles

I'm to the point, I can not beat around the bush, the issue can not be other, the integration of Cuba to the Premier 12 team, which will be from November 8 to 21 in Chinese Taipei and Japan and will attend by the top 12 countries in the ranking world.

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October 20 to look with pride the country we have built

On October 20 in the country we celebrate the Day of Cuban culture, entertainment that was instituted on August 22, 1980 by a ministerial decree agreed by the Council of Ministers presided by Fidel Castro and Armando Hart, Minister of Culture, in salute what happened in Bayamo on October 20, 1868.

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Manresa in the home stretch

You say that Jaruco is upside down and I am agreeing, but I can assure it is for good. About a month approximately it is working on the final stage of several construction works that promise to improve the quality of life of the population.

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October 10, 1868: The Road to Freedom

The Spanish colonial dominion in Cuba raged for 1868, the metropolis knew the ideas of independence grew in Cuba.

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Che

In the cafeteria, a man pulled out his wallet to buy a bottle of rum. His peasant origin drew attention by his calloused hands, tanned by the sun and wore those boots for water often used especially, those who work with livestock. Under the hat peered wrinkles more pronounced when thanked and smiled to the clerk.

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Prepare for breaking the blockade

Have you thought about what will happen in Cuba when finally the economic and financial embargo that has caused so much damage to this little island in the Caribbean and its people will be lifted?

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Usain Bolt and the Universe

The World Athletics of Beijing lowered its curtain a week ago, the majestic Bird's Nest witnessed once again impressive records and amazing endings, and witnessed again Usain Bolt.

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Cuban football, is it facing a utopia?

The battered Cuban Soccer is left for the rest of year, two chances to redeem himself a bit after the disappointment of falling into the World Cup qualifier against Curacao, lack inclusion in the US pre-Olympic and America's Cup playoff for the centenary to Panama.

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To do in time what needs

The President of the United States Barack Obama set a tone in the history of the White House to become the first American presidents of the last fifty years to acknowledge that the hostile policy and the blockade against Cuba have been simply useless.

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Argentina still belongs to Maradona

The seventeen Pan-American Sports Games Toronto 2015 began this Thursday, and is still too early to elaborate on the possibilities of Cuba in them because the medal still does not take off, though the second country, aim of our delegation is very difficult.

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Save the Children First

An accident is always a sad fact, but if the victim is a minor, much more. Some people think that everything is written in some invisible and mysterious book, and what will happen is predestined anyway.

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Halfway

I after walking half of the year I looked at the progress made and haunt me joys, doubts, certainties, concerns and pains too. I think first in Jaruco, the place to which I owe as a journalist.

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Relations Cuba - USA: be alert, to restore and to normalize are not synonymous

A few days ago was announced on July 20 the opening of embassies in the capitals of Cuba and the United States. It is the most concrete action materialized this year after the start of the dialogue between the two countries to normalize diplomatic relations suspended since 54 years ago.

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More than heat is climate change

Certainly 2015 has proved to be globally one of the hottest years in the history of mankind. Daily news is heard about high temperatures in different latitudes of the planet, resulting from accelerated climate change that affects both the natural environment.

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