Paris, May 12.- Cuba has reiterated its commitment to the implementation of the Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Paris.
Havana, May 9.- Astronomy lovers in the region and worldwide will today be able to observe the transit of Mercury across the Sun''s disk, a phenomenon that will last about seven hours, according to scientific data.
Washington, May 5.- The famed Catatumbo lightning, the amount of lightning at Venezuela's Maracaibo Lake, leads today the list of sites with more events of this kind in the world, according to NASA.
Washington, May 5.- The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will, in September, launch the Osiris-Rex mission to confirm the impact risk of the asteroid Bennu on Earth.
Wellington, May 3.- New Zealand expert James Renwick called for urgent action due to the impact of climate change in this country and other islands in the Pacific Ocean.
San Salvador, May 2.- An earthquake of 5.1 degrees on Richter scale shook today part of Salvador, at 05.50h local time, with no fatal victims of property damages reported.
Montevideo, Apr 27.- A change in the electric power matrix will allow Cuba to increase its own energy production from 4 to 24 percent of the total by 2030, said an expert from the Cuban Energy and Mining Ministry on Wednesday.
Quito, Apr 22.- Successive aftershocks, after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake on April 16th, have kept Ecuador on high alert today on the northwestern coast of the country.
Washington, Apr 21.- The United States will sign UN agreement on climate change on Friday, a State Department source said.
Secretary of State, John Kerry, will sign the historic agreement in New York during a UN event, in which he will deliver a speech on his country's commitments under the climate deal approved in Paris in December 2015.
United Nations, Apr 18.- The United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon regretted today the damages caused by two recent earthquakes that left dozens of deaths and more than 100,000 displaced people in Japan.