Washington, Nov 19. -The Camp and Woolsey fires, which have hit the U.S. state of California, have so far left losses valued at 9 to 13 billion dollars; according to the catastrophe risk model company RMS.
Chinese research teams managed to create an artificial "sun", better known as Experimental Advanced Superconductor Tokamak (EAST), which is able to overcome temperatures of 100 million degrees Celsius.
By Manuel Cano Iglesias/ Colaborator of Radio Cadena Agramonte.
Founded by Julio Antonio Mella, on November 17th, 1922 the magazine Alma Máter appeared for the first time.
Havana, Nov 17. -Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez says that humanity has sufficient material, financial and technological resources to eradicate poverty, hunger and preventable diseases. However, he noted that goal cannot be accomplished due to the lack of political will of industrialized nations.
Havana, Nov 17. -The International Relations Commission of the National Assembly of Cuba has strongly rejected the European Parliament's resolution on human rights in the island.
Nuevitas, Camagüey, Nov 17. -After completing the mission of cooperating in Brazil, as part of the program More Doctors, the doctors Bárbara Hernández Pérez and Eric Luis Larrazabal Hernández were received in this city by executives and workers of the public health system in the municipality.
Caracas, Nov 17. -Venezuela is continuing its commitment to preserve regional and international gatherings such as the Ibero-American Summit held in Guatemala, an event that opens up opportunities for cooperation, meetings and dialogue in order to advance the growth of peoples.
Camagüey, Nov 15. -With the purpose of locating and determining patrimonial evidences of San Francisco church, one of the first religious buildings in the Principeña city, specialists of the historian’s office of the city of Camagüey, carry out an archeological digging in the area of José Martí Park, where this hermitage was originally located.
Havana, Nov 15. -Cuban health specialists on Thursday supported the country's decision to withdraw its doctors from Brazil facing the contemptuous and threatening statements against them, made by President-elect of that South American nation, Jair Bolsonaro.
Havana, Nov 15. -Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel arrived in this capital Thursday after an intense international tour through countries in Europe and Asia, and he was received by the first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party, Raúl Castro.