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Cuba and U.S. Cooperate Regarding Storms

<div align="justify"> The gusty winds, heavy rains and ocean swells that hurricanes produce do not know the difference between Guantánamo and Galveston, which has made the weather one of the few topics on which the United States and Cuban governments regularly engage. </div> Read More

Fuel Oil and Diesel Production Up in Cuba; Gasoline Down

<div align="justify"> Fuel oil rose 10.5 percent to 1.4 million tonnes, while diesel jumped 25.3 percent to 646,000 tonnes, the National Statistics Office reported on its website. Gasoline dropped 36.1 percent to 232,000 tonnes, the statistics office said. </div> Read More

Juanes' Concert in Cuba Still On According to his Agent

<div align="justify"> Latin pop singer Juanes considered canceling a Sept. 20 concert in Cuba because he received what he felt were threatening messages on his Twitter account, according to a police report, but according to his agent the concert is still on, at least for the time being. </div> Read More

Cuba: Dayron Robles Out of 110 Metres Hurdles due to an Hamstring Injury

<div align="justify"> Robles,22, had hoped to take a gold medal to former Cuban President Fidel Castro for his 83rd birthday.  He hit the first three hurdles in the race before pulling up in utter pain. The world record holder from Guantanamo first injured his left hamstring at a competition in France last February.  He said it started bothering him again two weeks ago. </div> Read More