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  • Camagüey innovators highlight their economic contribution

    Camagüey innovators highlight their economic contribution

    Camagüey, Oct 17. -The members of the National Association of Innovators and Rationalists (ANIR) of the province of Camagüey, immersed in the celebrations of their National Day which extends throughout this month, contribute to date an economic effect to their work in more than eight   million 160 thousand Cuban pesos.

  • Camagüey young creators celebrate Cuban Culture Day

    Camagüey young creators celebrate Cuban Culture Day

    Camagüey, Oct 17. -The Cuban Culture Day, started last October 10th, and generates constant actions in this city, through innovative projects like PensARTE.

  • International Congress Abogacía 2018 opens in Cuba

    International Congress Abogacía 2018 opens in Cuba

    Havana, Oct 17. -Delegates from about 15 countries are attending from Wednesday to Friday, October 19th, in Havana the 8th International Congress, Abogacía 2018, sponsored by the National Organization of Collective Law Offices (ONBC) of Cuba.

  • Caribbean will test greenhouse gases linked to ocean acidity

    Caribbean will test greenhouse gases linked to ocean acidity

    Georgetown, Oct 17. -Caribbean countries that depend on tourism and fishing are preparing to test the acidity of the regional seas, associated with the increased absorption of greenhouse gases, official sources announced.

  • Díaz-Canel states that the anti-Cuban show failed

    Díaz-Canel states that the anti-Cuban show failed

    Havana, Oct 17. -Miguel Díaz-Canel, president of the Councils of State and Ministers, described as a failed show the most recent anti- Cuban event convened by the United States at United Nations Headquarters (UN).

  • Claims for Haddad's Votes to Multiply in Brazil

    Claims for Haddad's Votes to Multiply in Brazil

    Brasilia, Oct 17. -Just over a week before the second round of presidential elections in Brazil, the claims for votes for the candidate of the Workers' Party (PT), Fernando Haddad, are multiplying across the board.

  • Night sky dyed people: due to a phenomenon called dispersion

    Night sky dyed people: due to a phenomenon called dispersion

    A night with purple skies was recorded on video by a driver from Ohio, USA, who was struck by the glare of those shades over the city of Cleveland.