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Earthquake felt in Guantanamo

At 3:25 pm, yesterday, the Network of Stations of the Cuban National Seismological Service recorded an earthquake located at coordinates 20.48 North Latitude and 74.61 West Longitude to 18.6 km northwest of the city of Baracoa Read More

Guantanamo detainee Ibrahim al-Qosi's plea agreement is kept secret

<p style="text-align: justify;">GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA -- A former cook for Osama bin Laden's entourage in Afghanistan has reached an agreement with the U.S. government that will allow him to serve any sentence at a minimum-security facility at Guantanamo Bay, according to statements by lawyers at a military commission on Monday. Read More

Guantanamo gears up for 1st trial under Obama

<p style="text-align: justify;">GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba — American military officers were flying to Guantanamo Bay from bases around the world Sunday to serve as jurors for war-crimes suspects as the offshore tribunal system gears up for one of its busiest weeks under President Barack Obama. Read More

Pentagon bans 4 journalists from Guantanamo court

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - The Pentagon on Thursday banned four journalists from future sessions of the Guantanamo war crimes court for reporting the name of a disgraced former U.S. Army interrogator. Read More

Nautical Club in Baracoa City, Guantanamo province

The boat leads to La Punta Fort, at the starboard between the clouds is El Yunque, mountain that evocates the vision of the great admiral Christopher Columbus: &quot;A mountain that looks like an island&quot;. Read More

Dayron Robles Announces his Next Races

Santiago Antunez, trainer of 110 meter hurdler Olympic champion Dayron Robles, announced that his pupil will enter the Diamond League in its second stage in the Chinese city of Shanghai. Read More

Danza Libre in a meeting with the Maestros

Danza Libre is calling from the 7 and until the 13 of June of current year to the meeting Maestros de Danza. Read More

David Alvarez and Juego de Manos Pega’os in Guantanamo

David Alvarez and his group Juego de Manos have conquered all generations of Cubans for 16 years. What at the beginning was an experiment among five instrument players, says Alvarez, later assumed an East musical sonority: going back to the son origins. Read More

Raul Castro Visits Santiago de Cuba Due to Seismic Situation

Cuban President Raúl Castro presided over the Provincial Defense Council of Santiago de Cuba and toured seismology centers, reports Granma newspaper this Monday. Read More

Judoka Driulis Gonzalez Announces Retirement

Cuban Judo World Champion Driulis González will announce her retirement this Sunday at the opening of the National Judo Championships in her home province of Guantanamo. Read More

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