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FAO Praises Cuba's Food Security Efforts

The representative of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Havana, Theodore Friedrich, described as positive the island's efforts to guarantee food security. Read More

Cow Quadruplets Born On Cuba Farm

Holy Cow! A Cuban dairy farmer says one of his cows has given birth to four healthy calves, a highly rare occurrence. Read More

India offers line of credit to Cuba for renewable energy projects

India has offered Cuba lines of credit and expertise for developing renewable energy projects, as the Caribbean nation seeks to diversify energy mix for reducing its dependence on oil imports. Read More

Cuba Hosts Congress on Biology and Conservation

Under the slogan "For the Conservation of the Fragile Ecosystems and the Endangered Species of Central America and the Caribbean," delegates from 19 countries are in the Cuban capital for the 17th Congress on Biology and Conservation. Read More

Cuba to Help Eradicate Malaria in Gabon

Gabon and Cuba signed a cooperation agreement to start a national program of malaria control and combating vectors Read More

Cuba strides in renewable energy development

With the recent launch of a solar energy farm, Cuba has made strides in the renewable energy development as experts say the island country has the potential to become a renewable-energy powerhouse. Read More

Namibia to send 10 rhinoceros, five elephants to Cuba zoo

Namibia will airlift 10 rhinoceros and five elephants to Cuba in September, concluding a massive translocation project of 135 animals taken from its national parks Read More

Cuba Performs Digital TV Test with Good Results

A team of Cuban specialists in this capital performs transmission tests to eight channels of digital television and six radio stations with satisfactory results. Read More

Archaeological Census Reveals Human Presence in Cuba 8,000-10,000 Years Ago

An archaeological census performed by the Anthropology Institute within the Cuban Science, Technology and Environment Ministry has found that the human presence on the island hypothetically dates from between 8,000 and 10,000 years ago Read More

Cuba's first solar power plant starts operating

Cuba's first solar power plant is in operation, helping the island reduce its reliance on imported oil Read More

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