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Cuba Hosts Latin American Congress on Speleology

<p style="text-align: justify;">MATANZAS, CUBA.- The Sixth Congress of the Latin American and Caribbean Federation of Speleology (FEALC) begins on Wednesday in the central Cuban province of Matanzas with the participation of nearly 350 delegates from almost 20 countries. Read More

Tropical Depression No Threat to Cuba

HAVANA TIMES, Aug. 2 – Tropical depression number four of this year’s hurricane season is not a threat to Cuba Read More

Cuba Closely Monitoring Gulf Oil Spill

Cuba is closely monitoring the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and taking measures to deal with any possible impact. Read More

Las Terrazas and landscapes

<div align="justify"> The landscape of Las Terrazas, in Candelaria municipality, turns this sustainable development community into a very attractive spot. The locals know that and are proud of it.<br /> </div> Read More

Bonnie weakens to tropical depression over Gulf

<div align="justify"> MIAMI — Bonnie has weakened to a tropical depression with winds near 35 mph (55 kph) after crossing Florida. </div> Read More

Tropical depression or storm likely east of Cuba

<div align="justify"> WASHINGTON | Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:20am EDT.WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. National Hurricane Center said a tropical depression or tropical storm could form at any time on Thursday in the Caribbean east of Cuba. </div> Read More

Washington invites U.S. oil spill firms to apply for Cuba licenses

<div align="justify"> A  U.S. Department of State spokesman invited U.S. oil pollution containment companies to apply for licenses to provide support for third-country companies in Cuban offshore drilling. </div> Read More

Two tropical weather systems threatening the Gulf of Mexico

<div align="justify"> As BP struggles to keep the blown out deep-sea oil well contained and vacationers from Austin and around the country plan their beach vacations, a pair of tropical weather systems, hundreds of miles apart, are beginning to attract the attention of people stretching from South Texas to South Florida. </div> Read More

Hottest June in Cuba in 60 Years

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, CUBA.- An average temperature of 28,8 degrees Celsius made last month the hottest June in Cuba since 1951.<br /> </div> Read More

Measures to Protect Turtles Stepped Up

<div align="justify"> Cuban scientists announced on Monday that they will increase measures to protect sea turtles in the spawning period in the Peninsula of Guanahacabibes in the western province of Pinar del Rio. </div> Read More

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