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  • Cuba: Next Forum on Renewable Energy Confirmed

    Cuba: Next Forum on Renewable Energy Confirmed

    Havana, Sep 11.- Around 50 firms from more than 40 countries will take part in a an event in Cuba, dedicated to renewable energy, as confirmed by one of the organizing firms FRiday. Spanish firm FIRA from the city of Barcelona confirmed that the event will be in session from September 19 to 21 in EXPOCUBA, to promote the chances for businesses and professional exchange.

  • More than 2,000 Aftershocks following Earthquake in Mexico

    More than 2,000 Aftershocks following Earthquake in Mexico

    Mexico, Sep 18.- There has been more than 2,000 aftershocks following the 8.2-magnitude earthquake that hit Oaxaca and other Mexican states, Oaxaca governor Alejandro Murat said today. The emergency in Oaxaca has passed, but aftershocks of the huge tremor that caused nearly a hundred dead and great destruction continue, Murat said in a television interview.

  • Recovery of Cuban Health Sector after Hurricane Makes Progress

    Recovery of Cuban Health Sector after Hurricane Makes Progress

    Havana, Sep 18.- Since Hurricane Irma hit Cuba, the country has been recovering its damaged health centers without epidemiological situations, top leaders from the health sector said.

  • Smart Phones Foster Growth of Web Traffic, tablets, computers

    Smart Phones Foster Growth of Web Traffic, tablets, computers

    Washington, Sep 18.- Smart phones are increasing Internet traffic in the Smart phones, while access from tablets and computers is dropping, according to a report published by Adobe Analitics.

  • Puerto Rico Declares State of Emergency for Hurricane Maria

    Puerto Rico Declares State of Emergency for Hurricane Maria

    San Juan, Sep 18.- Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rosello declared this country in state of emergency today due to the Hurricane Maria, which is expected to be ''more devastating than Irma''.

  • A united front in Camagüey to rescue the central Brazil and its sugarcane areas (+ Photos)

    A united front in Camagüey to rescue the central Brazil and its sugarcane areas (+ Photos)

    Camagüey, Sep 18.- With the maximum of all entities of AZCUBA together with the people in the recovery of central Brazil, Esmeralda, these tasks go in a comprehensive manner, since they include, next to the economic element, everything related to the differentiated attention to agricultural and industrial workers affected by hurricane Irma passing through that area of the northern Camagüey.

  • Cuba, Cuban ballet, Russian International Dance Inversion Festival

    Cuba, Cuban ballet, Russian International Dance Inversion Festival

    Havana, Sep 18.- Cuban ballet troupe Danza Contemporánea de Cuba (DCC) confirmed Monday that it will open the 2017 edition of the Russian International Dance Inversion Festival in Moscow on September 25, by an invitation by prestigious Russian Bolshoi and Stanivslaski Theaters respectively.

  • Cuban Nursing Congress Gathers Some 17 Nations

    Cuban Nursing Congress Gathers Some 17 Nations

    Havana, Sept 11.- Delegates of 17 nations will participate in the 17th Cuban Nursing Congress, 2017 Nursing, that will be held here on September 18-22 in the Convention Palace, the organizer committee confirmed today.

  • Ten Deaths in Cuba after Passage of Irma Hurricane

    Ten Deaths in Cuba after Passage of Irma Hurricane

    Havana, Sept 18.- The National Civil Defense General Staff issued an official note about people who died in Cuba due to the impact of Irma Hurricane. The Caribbean nation reported the loss of ten human lives in the provinces of Havana, Matanzas, Camagüey and Ciego de Ávila. Seve…
  • Suriname sends donation to Cuba after hurricane Irma

    Suriname sends donation to Cuba after hurricane Irma

    Havanaa, Cuba, Sep 18.- The government of Suriname sent an eight-ton donation to Cuba that includes water bottles, food, cooking utensils and blankets to help those affected by the hurricane Irma.