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Technological Holdover in Holguin Declared National Monument

The mining inclined plane rail system in Mayari municipality, Holguin province, has just been declared National Monument for it is a technological relic. Read More

Camagüey takes actions favouring the protection of turtles

The Ministry of Fishery in Cuba (MIP) promotes actions among the people living in the coastal areas toward the preservation of the turtle, an endangered marine specie. Read More

Cuba Produces Equivalent to Four Million Tons of Oil in 2007

In 2007, he added, new seismic studies were conducted and 32 new wells were drilled, which was facilitated by the purchase of 10 drilling machines. Read More

Petrocaribe Summit Opens New Doors for Latin America

The 4th Petrocaribe Summit was a sign of the new times Latin America is facing, said Mexico's Democratic Revolution Party national coordinator referring to the recently concluded meeting in Cienfuegos, Cuba. Read More

The new technologies will be closer to young Latin American film makers

The future producers, photographers and film makers of the sub-continent appreciated a number of cameras and advanced accessories at an exhibition during the resent Havana film festival. Read More

Cuba Helps Venezuela Recover Coastal Areas

Sergio Rodriguez, with Venezuela's Environment Ministry said in Caracas that he was satisfied with the development of the program, and explained that it seeks to recover sites that have environmental problems. Read More

Leaders of the US cultural industry against their governments hostility towards Cuba.

The demand to the current US administration to end the hostile policy towards Cuba is having the support of influential leaders of the US cultural industry. Read More

Rehabilitation Services for a Better Life's Quality in Las Tunas

The services of integral rehabilitation in this eastern province of Las Tunas consolidated their work during the 2007, with the assistance to more than 385. Read More

Joven Clubs from Santiago carry out activities for the triumph of the Revolution

The 52 Joven Club de Computación (Computing Young Clubs) from Santiago de Cuba joined the activities the people from Santiago are doing to celebrate the 49 anniversary of the triumph of the Revolution. Read More

Pinar del Río outstands in minimum access surgery

"Abel Santamaría" Hospital of Pinar del Río outstands in the minimum access surgeries to more than two thousand patients with acute appendicitis. Read More

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