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Study will Benefit Fish Conservation in Jardines del Rey, Ciego de Avila, Cuba

This study paves the way for future inquiries on the dynamics and interaction of aquatic animals with temperature, rocks, salinity, pressure, and constructive elements introduced by man in Long Lagoon. Read More

Havana is a Potent Mixture of the Old and the New: Classic Cars In Cuba

Ancient vehicles, some with more rust than paint, share the road with newer, shinier models, while horse-drawn carts mingle with motorcycles. Read More

The Cuban Oil plant has refined its first 65,000 barrels

The Camilo Cienfuegos oil refinery began to process crude with the efficiency expected in its operating plan, reported the Cuban News Agency. Read More

Danielle Mitterrand, Will Participate in the Second International Conference for the Equilibrium of the World in Havana

On that occasion it was asked to UNESCO to create a World Council to spread the ideas of Martí. The project was approved and groups 48 prestigious figures, such as the Uruguayan Mario Benedetti and the Colombian Gabriel García Márquez. Read More

Visits Ecuador the Cuban Culture Minister

Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa will chair the opening ceremony of that center, in which the office for the Ministry of Culture of this country will reside. Read More

Chinese and Cuban Companies Signed a Contract to Sell the Island Six Air-Generators of 750 kilowatts

The two governments signed a memorandum of understanding on December in the renewable energies sector and on savings in the traditional one, to multiply links and accords among companies and organizations from both countries. Read More

The Cuban National Health System has at its Disposal an Industial Experience

This industry is composed basically of the Cuban Neuroscience Center (CNC) and the Central Institute for Digital Research (ICID), both part of the West Havana Scientific Complex. Read More

A New Regional Toxicology Ward and an Experimental Surgery Lab Inaugurated in Villa Clara, Cuba

The Regional Toxicology Ward and the Experimental Surgery Lab, inaugurated in the Serafín Ruiz de Zárate Higher Institute of Medical Sciences, are two essential services for public attention. Read More

Together With Havana City Las Tunas Will Be Part of the International Ballet Festival.

The prime absolute ballerina from Cuba, Alicia Alonso, granted to this eastern province of Las Tunas the opportunity to organize, together with Havana City, the International Ballet Festival, to be held in the Cuban capital at the end of 2008. Read More