• The sprout of the Homeland (+ Photos)

    Irma touched with its destructive arm to the majestic vigilant of plume Coronado. Its cruelty fell with hatred on an unmistakable symbol of this small island of giants. Because of having short and fine roots, the winds laid down without much effort the owner of our fields. But the terrible hurricane neglected a detail in its wrecking plan; not by choice this goddess of maternal breast was born in the bosom of our Cuban identity, she knows how to be transformed into wheat and heart.

  • Norwegian Trade Union's Solidarity for Hurricane Victims in Camagüey

    Members of the Norwegian Union of Municipal and General Employees (Fagforbundet) are here today to provide medical assistance in Puerto Piloto, in this eastern Cuban province, which was harshly hammered by Hurricane Irma.

  • Production of construction materials intensified in Camagüey

    Authorities in this province have taken steps to expand production of construction materials, key to repairing hurricane damage to housing as quickly as possible.

  • Camagüey assesses damages to ecosystems after Hurricane Irma

    Experts and technicians from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA) in Camagüey conducted a preliminary assessment of the environmental impacts caused by Hurricane Irma in the north and south coastal areas of the territory.

  • Commander of the Revolution tours Irma-stricken towns in Camagüey

    Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdes toured the towns of the northern coast of this central province that took the brunt of the havoc wreaked by Hurricane Irma on September 8.

  • Cuban President Highlights Works to Recover After Hurricane Irma

    The Cuban President, Raul Castro Ruz, has highlighted the work conducted to recover from the huge damages caused by Hurricane Irma, and expressed his confidence that ''we will get back on our feet once again'', according to the morning press

  • Vietnam Donates Material Aid to Cuba to Mitigate Hurricane Damage

    Material aid worth $150,000 USD has been delivered today by the Thai Binh Trade and Investment Corporation to the Cuban Embassy in Vietnam to help mitigate the damage caused by Hurricane Irma.

  • Opened forces for the recovery in Sierra de Cubitas and Brazil

    Pessimism is a missing word of the language of the inhabitants of this municipality and of the Popular Council Brazil, of the territory of Esmeralda, who replace with the term confidence and to grow in confidence before the adversities generated by the powerful hurricane “Irma“.

  • The Cubans restore Irma's damages

    Long time will happen so that the Cubans, settlers of the Caribbean islands and of the southwestern area of the North American state of the Florida, could forget the step along our territories of the hurricane Irma, not only for the ravages that it caused us, but also for the lives that it snatched.

  • Hurricane of Work

     From Sunday evening,it began for the Camagüey´s citizens the most important stage of the last intense days. The evaluation of the damages is only the first moment.

  • Surprise visit to the Camagüey recovery

    Little time has given to the fragments of trees and other debris that in piles are found along this city, in full recovery of the bearing of the hurricane Irma, although the biggest sleeplessness remains provoked by the absence of the electrical fluid.

  • From the furrow, it will be necessary to be reborn

    More than 3780 hectares of different cultivation were affected by the passage of the hurricane Irma through this province as Elvis Pérez, Delegate of the Agriculture in the territory informed Adelante.cu.

  • Life and work in Roman key

    In the morning of Sunday, September 10, a team of press accompanied the General of Army Corps, Ramón Espinosa Martín, vice-minister of the Revolutionary Armed forces and chief of the Oriental Strategic Region, and Jorge Luis Tapia Fonseca, president of the Council of Provincial Defense, who along with a group of the ministers and vice-ministers made a journey in the north Camagüey´s cays, up to Roman key.

  • Irma Impacts Cuba's Northern Coast (+Gallery of Santa Lucía beach)

    Hurricane Irma briefly strengthened to a Category 5, slamming Cuba's coast late Friday night. It now continues its path as a Category 4 with sustained winds of 155 miles per hour, lashing evacuated coastal regions in Cuba and causing flooding.