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Holguin to become a signifant electricity producing area

Holguin, a Cuban province nearly 450 miles east of Havana, will soon become a significant power-generating area in the island, as the ongoing investment process is completed; resulting in 544.3 megawatt delivered to the national system by next year. Read More

Cuba Better Prepared to Confront World Economic and Ecological Catastrophe

Economy and Planning Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez affirmed on Monday in the western city of Pinar del Rio that Cuba is prepared to confront economic and ecological catastrophes in the world. Read More

Sahara Dust May Be Choking Cuba

Dr. Eugenio Mojena, from the Satellite Section at the Forecast Center of the Cuban Institute of Meteorology, told the daily that large clouds of dust particles arrive on this island from the African continent every year. Read More

National Monument Bariay Park

The National Monument Park Bariay is located in the province of Holguín, in the east of Cuba, on the north coast, approximately 37 km away from the city. It limits to the North with the Atlantic Ocean, to the South with the municipality Rafael Freyre, to the East with the Bariay Bay and to the West with the Jururú Bay. Read More

The skin of Guanahacabibes

How new technologies contribute to forest development in the western part of the country. A careful draft allows the organization and control of the wealth in the westernmost territory of the island. Read More

Bones of Prehistoric Crocodile Found in Cuba

The bones of a giant predatory crocodile that inhabited the earth during the Miocene Age were found in the Cayajana river, in the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus. Read More

Cuba Allocates Resources to Provinces Affected by Heavy Rains

The Cuban official noted that brigades from the Ministry of Construction, supported by the Revolutionary Armed Forces, will undertake the most intense work which includes the repairing of bridges and of stretches of the national transport network. Read More

Cuba Vice President Stresses Lower Energy Consumption

He checked the state of works at the oil refinery Camilo Cienfuegos, investment by a Cuba-Venezuela joint venture which will begin processing 65 thousand barrels per day in the first stage by the end of next December. Read More

Cuban Doctors Help Flood Victims in Mexico

The physicians arrived in Tabasco with authorization from the Mexican government and brought two tons of medicines with them. Read More

New Irrigation Equipment to Boost Havana Farming

Renan Barreras, assistant director of the Ministry of Agriculture for the province, said the majority of the equipment is already in the country and the rest is due to arrive by December 15. Read More

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