My neighbor “Luis” was in his house on Sunday July 11th, watching soccer’s Euro Cup finals when he heard a lot of noise in the street.
After the popular uprising that took place last weekend in Cuba, Cubans living abroad turned their eyes to the President of the United States
“Combat order?” I imagine all Cuba was as stupefied as I was, when these words emerged from the mouth of President Miguel Diaz-Canel.
Being born with a disability can be a great reason for sadness in a family, not everybody is able to accept it. Here the Omara Durand story.
In April, I commented that Cuba could have prevented all of this if it had closed its border in time. Today, somebody owes us an apology
Time proved me right. Despite public heath efforts, social indiscipline and a lack of controls thwarted the apparent end of Covid-19 in Cuba.
For lack of an effective vaccine against COVID-19, social distancing has been the only proven method to help control the pandemic. However in Cuba…
Less than a month ago, there was a commotion in international sports media outlets after a report was published about the five Cuban volleyball players who are locked up in Finland, complaining about their living conditions and the lack of communication with their families.
The world’s biggest soccer teams have fan clubs in every corner of the Earth, but because of Cuba’s peculiarities, there are very few official fan clubs based in this corner of the Caribbean. “Official” fan clubs are those which have received the soccer team’s approval, as many unofficial ones have popped up all over the archipelago.
The year 2016 revealed the slow recovery made in Cuban sports, but it also revealed the country’s growing concern about the unstoppable escape of national talent which continues to undermine the chance of creating stability within the world’s sports elite.