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Dominican Navy ship arrives in Cuba with aid for hurricane victims

The Patrol 301, Admiral Didiez Burgos of the Dominican Navy, docked Monday in the Havana port with more than 86 tons of aid on board to help the areas most affected by Hurricane Irma. Read More

Suriname sends donation to Cuba after hurricane Irma

The government of Suriname sent an eight-ton donation to Cuba that includes water bottles, food, cooking utensils and blankets to help those affected by the hurricane Irma. Read More

Cuba: State will finance 50% of construction material for Irma victims

Taking into account the severe damage caused by Hurricane Irma and the positive experiences gained during the recovery of Hurricanes Sandy and Matthew, the Cuban Government decided that the State budget will fund 50 percent of the price of construction materials to be sold to people affected with the total or partial destruction of their homes. Read More

Hurricane Irma Approaches Cuba

The forecast during Tuesday afternoon indicate that the powerful Hurricane Irma is approaching the northern group of the Lower Antilles at a speed of 24 kilometers per hour. Read More

Cubans shine at opening of Chess World Cup

Cuban GMs Yuri González and Yusnel Bacallao stunned their much-better opponents at the opening of the Chess World Cup underway in Tbilisi, Georgia. Read More

Honey production in Cuban province grows 25 percent

Beekeepers in the Cuban central province of Ciego de Avila collected over 110 tons of honey that will be exported after its processing in a plant in nearby Santi Spiritus province. Read More

Investments in railroad system continue in central Cuba

The reopening of Marta Abreu railway terminal, after full repair, was one of the investments undergone by Centro Railway Company during the first half of this year. Read More

Cuban baseball team beats Chinese Taipei in Rotterdam

With a 13-hit attack, the Cuban baseball team defeated 7-6 Chinese Taipei and maintained their unbeaten status in three outings at the five-nation international tournament in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Read More

Cuba keeps charcoal exports stable

Export of 523 tons of charcoal to different nations during the first six months of 2017 shows stability in this work carried out by workers of the Villa Clara Forest Company in the last 15 years. Read More

Improvement of Roads in Tourism Areas

Specialists of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA) and the Physical Planning Institute are conducting a study with the objective of improving the road that link Trinidad to the city of Cienfuegos. Read More

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