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Over 100 thousand people visited Che Guevara Sculpture Complex in 2017

The attendance of more than 112,800 people to the Ernesto Guevara Sculpture Complex, in the first quarter of the year, about 2,100 more regarding the same stage of the previous year, shows the growing interest in the figure of Che. Read More

Scientific Work Highlighted of Food Industry Institute

Cuba’s Minister of the Food Industry, Maria del Carmen Concepcion, congratulated on Monday in Havana the workers of the Food Industry’s Research Institute (IIIA) for their scientific work on occasion of the 40th anniversary of its creation. Read More

Cuba Celebrates World Girls of Information and Communications Technology Day

Cuba will celebrate World Girls of Information and Communications Technology Day next April 27th which is a project supported by the members of the International Telecommunications Union. Read More

Photovoltaic panels provide electricity to Cuban homes in the mountains

Electrification with independent photovoltaic panels benefits this year more than 360 houses in the province of Cienfuegos, within a project of social improvements with renewable energy. Read More

Heavy rain helps containing largest fire in Cuba in years

An unexpected heavy rain helped extinguishing one of the largest fires registered in the last years in eastern Cuba that destroyed close to 5,000 hectare of woodlands. Read More

Investments to upgrade dairy industry in Cuba underway

The Ciego de Ávila Dairy Industry undertakes an investment process in the Base Business Unit (UEB) located in Morón, the investment aims at replacing and fixing its worn out equipment. Read More

Cuban training of foreign doctors is fruitful for Chile

The training in Cuba of health professionals has been very fruitful for Chile, said professor Jhonny Acevedo from the Medicine Faculty of Chile´s University. Read More

Cuban medical contingent departs for Peru

A 23-strong Cuban medical brigade, part of the Henry Reeve International Contingent of Physicians Specialized in Disaster Situations and Serious Epidemics, departed Thursday might for Peru. Read More

Cuba to use Russian desalination plants to fight drought

The installment of portable desalination units in coastal towns is a way for the Russian federation to help Cuba palliate the negative effects of the drought hitting the island-nation. Read More

Cuban cancer vaccines at primary health care services

The Clinical Research Director at the Havana-based Molecular Immunology Center, Doctor Tania Crombet, said in eastern Holguin city that Cuban cancer vaccines can now be administered in the primary health care services. Read More

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