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Archive - Mar 23, 2007
Cuba willing to join tsunami early warning network
Science and Technology
Cuba is willing to join a Caribbean tsunami early-warning system, which would help protect millions in the region, an expert from Cuba's National Seismological Investigation Institute
Cuba plans JV with Sherritt to help expand nickel and cobalt output
Science and Technology
Havana research organization CIPIMM is reportedly working with Canadas Sherritt to upgrade technology for increased nickel and cobalt output at the countrys Moa nickel facility.
Cuba, Vietnam ink biomedical accords
Health and Medicine
Cuban and Vietnamese companies signed eight accords in this capital Friday to import and sell bio-pharmaceutical product and vaccines in this country, as the Cuban Biotechnology Center against hepatitis B does.
Boxing champ sets sights on Cuba
A former North East boxing champion has launched a campaign to lure some of the best amateur boxers in the world to the region ahead of the 2012 Olympics.
Cuba sees economy growing 10 percent in 2007
Business and Economy
Cuba expects its economic growth to slip down a gear this year to around 10 percent but remain among the strongest in the region, a senior government official said on Thursday.
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Leaked documents reveal espionage of Cuba at International Miami Airport
Electrocuted a young ETECSA lineman in Pinar del Río
This is the precarious boat in which 5 Cubans managed to get to Miami
Cuban stranded on the US border: "Many of those who came with us were raped by their women in the jungle"
Cuba exported food worth 213 million dollars in 2018
Cuba says it is willing to negotiate with claimants of nationalized properties but puts conditions
Will Smith tells how he prepared for the Havana Marathon
Killing and burning the genitals of a 56-year-old man in Cuba
The MININT blames "criminal groups of Cuban emigrants" of drug trafficking to the Island
Cuban murders an old man in Ecuador
Cuban doctor tells that in Venezuela he was taught to falsify medical histories to comply with statistics
Several Cuban women among the 50 undocumented "exotic dancers" that Mexico will deport
Cubans forecast the arrival of another era of rafters
"We were doctors, but at the moment we are nothing," says Cuban professional in Brazil
The New York Times responds to Díaz-Canel on the use of Cuban doctors in Venezuela
It is already possible to sue Cuban companies in US courts
Diaz-Canel responds to the NYT for the testimony of Cuban doctors forced to pressure patients to vote for Maduro
On the sale of cars in Cuba: "I'm happy because I have a Polaquito"
The US consul in Havana answers questions about the B2 visa and the Parole program for Cubans
Díaz-Canel: "We can not ignore the Cubans who live abroad proud and nostalgic for their homeland"
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