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Fire Danger in Cuba Increases

The Cuban National Forest Ranger Corps predicted an increase of fire danger in the country, due to poor rain during the last four months, said Granma newspaper on Friday. Read More

Cuba opens two power stations

uba's Council of State and Ministers Vice President Ramiro Valdes opened two fuel oil power plants, those totalling 37 in the country. <br /> Read More

Latin American Casa Award Jury ready to assess writings

The Cuban Casa Award jury is already working on 400 new regional writers, reading their pages in search for the winning authors. Read More

Journalists at Cienfuegos province widening fields and experiences

Near the end of 2009, members of the Union of Journalists of Cuba (UPEC) in Cienfuegos debated works made over the past twelve months, in different fields of the profession. Read More

Five New Sea Algae Species Found in Cuba

Cuban scientists from the Coastal Ecosystem Research Center, (CIEC for its Spanish acronym), found 5 new sea algae species in the Northern and Southern key systems in this central Cuban province. Read More

Restoration network to start refurbishing the Cuban heritage

The Cuban network of Offices of the Curator of the City will implement a wide program of actions for higher education and exchange, the plan had been created since December 2008. Read More

Honduran Students in Cuba Decided to Break Media Silence in their Country

<div align="justify"> In an effort to break the media silence in Honduras about the coup d’état against Manuel Zelaya’s government, students from that Central American nation in the Cuban province of Cienfuegos sent the addresses of Cuban websites to their relatives back in Honduras where they can find updated information of what is happening in their country. </div> Read More

Equipment for Epidemiological Surveillance in Cienfuegos, Cuba

The health sector in the central Cuban province of Cienfuegos will benefit from the acquisition of equipment and materials to guarantee epidemiological surveillance in the region. Read More

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