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Flood-struck eastern Cuba begins recovery

Cuban officials say that President Castro is paying close attention to the flooding in eastern Cuba, where the greatest damage has been to roads and houses - though there have been no reports of loss of human lives Read More

In spite of the heavy rains that continues affecting the eastern region of Cuba there is no death reported

No deaths have been reported so far by the local civil defense authorities in this province in spite of the floods caused by the heavy rains that continue to affect the eastern region of Cuba. Read More

Rainfall record set in Eastern Cuba

National Water Resources Institute's estimates show that last month of October's rainfall exceeded the annual average by 314 percent. Read More

High rank cuban communist evaluate damages by rains in Las Tunas

Among the most significant affectations stand out the loss of seeds and agricultural products, the floods in the sugar cane fields and of several cultivations, as well as the damage to some one thousand housings, figure that can increase, since several communities are still isolated by land. Read More

Cuban mountain range soaked by Noel's heavy rains

Granma's Civil Defense Council is taking the necessary actions to avoid human losses and bring down as much as possible the material damage. Read More

Heavy rain in eastern Cuba, and still is raining in Santiago

Noel left Cuba, but still today there is rain in eastern Cuba, mainly in Santiago de Cuba. Although there is not a single death in the whole territory reported the material damage caused to housing, agriculture and infraestructure is huge. Read More

Heavy rains for the Central and eastern part of Cuba

At 6:00 local time Thursday, the storm was located at 23.9 degrees latitude North and 78.5 latitude West, around 102 miles southeast of Nassau, in northern Bahamas. Read More

Storm Noel intensifies, tracks Cuba's northeast coast

Noel was located ``very near'' the town of Gibara on Cuba's northern coast, and moving west at 19 kph, with a turn to the northwest forecast for later today. Read More

People from Las Tunas go to the polls

More than 8,000 people who are working in the 773 polling stations in the province were training, which included learning the Electoral Act and Book. Read More

Over 407, 000 donations of blood to Public Health of Cuba

Members of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) guarantee all the donations of blood that needs the system of Public Health of Cuba Read More

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