"Be quiet," he said, "and you aim well! You are going to kill a man! "

Thus you said to the murderer, one of them, when he trembling came rifle in hand ... that courage Ernesto, even in death you conquered, what firmness, what convictions ... and thus entered history, as one of the most infamous days, October 9, 1967.

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You can never kill an idea, a truth, a path, a hope

How great you are Commander, how big you are Ernesto Guevara, you live because you have never died, the only thing that you achieved with your vile murder, was multiplying you in the fight, and I feel that today I could write you many things, but there are no words that can actually cover you tireless revolutionary stature. What can I tell you, Guevara to approach the place you won in history?

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The Independence Beginning of Homeland History

The life of a man is marked by his actions, those that in extreme situations attest to how brave he is and test his surrender to a just cause. This was Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, a mortal who knew how to enter the heart of the country with a heroic hand and did at every moment what had to be done to free Cuba from Spanish yoke.

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The CDR, a sea of people

The Committees for the Defense of the Revolutionary (CDR) have today many reasons to celebrate this September 28th, the 57th anniversary of its founding, an organization that came from less to more and went into each town, each neighborhood to join forces in the safeguarding of the country.

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The CDR to preserve the achievements of the Revolution

"... We are going to establish a system of collective revolutionary vigilance ... and we will see how the lackeys of imperialism can move here ..."

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Together for peace

"Together for Peace: Respect, Security and Dignity for All" is the slogan that in 2017 identifies the World Peace Day, to be celebrated this September 21, an event that every year seeks to raise awareness in political leaders, governmental organizations and social movements on the importance of maintaining peace for the well-being of the international community.

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Fidel turned sports into a fact as a right of the people

Sports history is nourished by the merit of men and women who, thanks to their effort and consecration, harvest medals and highlight the name of their nation. In Cuba the practice of sport since 1959 is a right of all and thanks to the work of the Revolution led by Fidel, every municipality on this island has facilities for such purposes.

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Fidel Castro, you will always be in Cuba

This will be the first time since we met him in which Commander in Chief Fidel will not be physically present to celebrate his birthday. However, this August 13 all Cuba will celebrate the 91st birthday of the Historical Leader of the Revolution because his imprint immortalizes him as one of the essential men of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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LEC: "Music is my passion"

Lázaro Enrique Calderón Rosende, artistic name "LEC, the new image", is a native of the town of Caraballo, in Jaruco and has serious aspirations to succeed in the world of music.

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Artistic Guerrilla of the Brigade of Instructors of Art José Martí of Jaruco stands out in Casiguas

The Brigade of Instructors of Art José Martí of Jaruco makes a commendable work in the Community of Casiguas as part of the recreational options this summer, A Festival rhythm.

This reporter spoke via telephone with the instructor of Plastic Arts of the House of Culture Alejo Carpentier, Yadián Hernández, to inform us of the activities that take place there.

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Festival of youth and students in Mayabeque dedicated to Fidel and Che

Mayabeque is preparing to host the Youth and Students Festival from August 7 to 13, according said to local press the First Secretary of the Young Communists League in the province, Hanlet Valdés León.

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When he visited Jaruco

The astonishment came to me unexpectedly on the night of last Tuesday when I watched the stellar broadcast of the Cuban Television News. The population was informed of the lamentable death of the fighter of the Clandestine Struggle and of the War of Liberation Venancio Arsenio García Dávila, due to bronchopneumonia, at the age of 86 years.

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Heroes yesterday and always

On July 26, 1953, after the events of the Moncada fell into battle many young Cubans who bravely faced the tyranny of Fulgencio Batista in search of true freedom for oppressed Cuba. Four years after the actions of July 26, murderous hands snatches the lives of two of the best sons of the country: Frank País García and Raúl Pujol.

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The Moncada I met

October 8, 1992. In the Elementary School Rubén Martínez Villena in Caraballo parents, teachers and first graders looked forward to this moment: the placement of the blue scarf, which identifies the Moncadistas pioneers.

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Gabriel Gil, a Jaruqueño who lived for the Revolution

Jaruco, territory recognized more than two centuries ago for its fertile lands, its history and culture, the exuberant flora and fauna, for its distinguished title of County City, but also, for having delivered to the Cuban Homeland great children who fell for their freedom and sovereignty.

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