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Cuba has given private farmers nearly 2.5M acres

Official: Cuba land reform has redistributed 2.47M acres, 56 pct of all land to be given out. Read More

Fernández to discuss Cuba at Museum

Dr. Damian Fernandez, former director of the Cuban Research Institute at the Florida International University and provost of Purchase College, will present Utopia/Dystopia Read More

Forging a bond: The search for Cuban art for future exhibit

<div align="justify"> There’s something about Cuba that captures the imagination of folks in South Florida.Some of it is the proximity, the feeling it’s so close you can reach out and touch it. </div> Read More

Cuba cigar industry running out of puff

SMOKING bans and the recession are hitting Cuba's cigar industry, signalling a hostile era for a product whose mystique once captivated the likes of Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy and Fidel Castro. Read More

Cuba increases reforestation to protect watersheds

The Cuban government has developed a plan to reforest the banks of reservoirs and banks of rivers and streams as part of measures taken to protect the watersheds, a local specialist said in Havana Tuesday. Read More

Cuba makes achievements in oral health

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, June 21 (Xinhua) -- Cuba has reached the goal of children's oral cavity health two years ahead of the deadline set by the World Health Organization (WHO), Estela Gispen, president of the Cuban Society of Stomatology, said on Monday. </div> Read More

Smoking bans and economics hit famed Cuban cigars

HAVANA (Reuters) – Global economic woes and the worldwide spread of smoking bans are taking their toll on Cuba's famous cigar industry, with the just-completed harvest of the country's finest tobacco down 14 percent over 2009, local media said on Monday.<br /> Read More

Health Program during Summer

<div align="justify"> The Cuban Ministry of Public Health will carry out a prevention campaign during the summer to reduce the incidence of diseases that are common during that period.<br /> </div> Read More

Cuban Local Authorities Strengthen Control of Water Distribution

Ciego de Avila, Jun 21 (acn) The drought hitting Cuba for over a year now forced Ciego de Avila’s local authorities to strengthen measures to further control the rational use of drinking water. Read More

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