Camagüey, Nov 2.- The National Day on Safety and Health at Work, which will last throughout the month of November, began in Camagüey with the aim of promoting healthy habits and self-care, the bases of workers' well-being.
Havana, November 1. - On Sunday, November 5, Cuba ends summer time and will return to standard time, for which at 1:00 am in the morning the clocks must be turned back one hour to once again coincide with the countries of the North Hemisphere.
Kingston, October 31.- Representatives of the Free University of Amsterdam trained farmers, extension personnel and technical officials from the ministries of Agriculture of several Caribbean countries, reported the digital newspaper The Gleaner.
Washington, Oct 30.- A team of researchers from Indiana University (IU), in the United States, is leading a study that offers new hope today for more effective and specific treatments in the fight against breast cancer.
Geneva, Oct 28.- Marine heat waves are more frequent, intense and long-lasting due to climate change on the planet, according to a study referred to by the World Meteorological Organization.
Geneva, Oct 27.- The World Health Organization (WHO) today promotes in Europe a work scheme to address the phenomenon of antibiotic resistance.
Panama City, October 26.- Cuba advocated at the Latin American and Caribbean Climate Week for a global evaluation in support of the Paris Agreement as a balanced, realistic and applicable exercise.
Moscow, Oct 25.- A group of Russian specialists developed a computer program that can detect fake video content. This will have applications for organizations in the digital security space, including the creation of contactless access control systems and unlocking gadgets.
Washington, Oct 25.- Of the 35 guidelines to follow to study climate change and its effects on planet Earth, 20 are at an unprecedented maximum, revealed a group of experts.
Geneva, Oct 24.- Cuba ratified today here in the context of a meeting of senior officials of the World Trade Organization (WTO) the Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies, considered an important advance for the sustainability of the oceans.
Castries, Oct. 24.- The Commission of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), based here, announced that the group is studying solutions to stop the harmful effects of the influx of , gulfweed in the region.
Panama City, October 23.- Today Panama hosts the XXIII Meeting of the Forum of Ministers of the Environment of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), coinciding with Climate Week.