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Minister of the Basic Industry calls for more energy saving

The Cuban Minister of the Basic Industry, Yadira Garcia, said on Thursday that the implementation of measures to save conventional energy and its efficient exploitation, as well as the increase in the use of renewable sources of energy, are top priorities for the present year.<br /> Read More

Better Agriculture in Santiago de Cuba province

Agriculture in Santiago de Cuba recovers in almost all its areas, even when the results are below needs and of the productive potentials. It highlights the securing of more than 382,000 thousand tons of food, beans, vegetables and fruits. Read More

The Eleventh African Culture Conference to be held in Santiago de Cuba city

More than 30 researchers from Brazil, the United Status, Spain, Colombia, Cape Verde, Panama and France have confirmed their participation in the 11th International Conference of African and Afro-American Culture. Read More

Siboney Beach where Compay Segundo was born

Many are the Cubans and foreigners, travelling to Siboney Beach, at 15 kilometres off the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba, interested in the place where musician Compay Segundo was born, famous in the world for his Chan Chan piece. Read More

Cuba replacing medical imports

The Experimental Antibodies and Biomodels Laboratories (LABEX) in Santiago de Cuba, has begun the production of some hemo- classifiers and reagents that will be used in the blood banks, polyclinics and hospitals of the eastern region. Read More

More forests reduce pollution in Santiago de Cuba

According to the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA), the eastern Cuban  province of Santiago de Cuba, reforesting is among its greatest achievements. Read More

Edible Mushrooms produced in Santiago de Cuba province

The Research Centre for Industrial Biotechnology (CEBI) from the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Universidad de Oriente, in Santiago de Cuba, has been researching and producing edible mushrooms for fifteen years. Read More

Cuban injured education collaborator in Haiti is in ICU at Santiago de Cuba province

Joel Melo Torres, Cuban Cooperating in Education who was seriously wounded in the earthquake in Haiti, arrived to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Hospital Juan Bruno Zayas on Thursday morning. Read More

Cold takes Santiago de Cuba by Surprise

Known as the hot land, this Cuban eastern city, second in size and population in the island, is not used to temperatures below 20 degrees Celsius. Read More

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