Cuban Physicians provide Services to Guatemalan People affected by Volcanic  Eruption

A group of Cuban doctors provide their services to more than 900 people from the Guatemalan southeastern department of Escuintla, one of the most affected by the eruption of the Fuego volcano, only a week after its most powerful eruption since 1974.

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Cuba modernizes newspaper presses

The process of modernizing the newspaper presses began recently in Villa Clara, according to information published by Granma.

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Ischemic heart disease increases in Cuban women

A study carried out in Cuba with some 3,000 women who have suffered from ischemic heart disease showed that the age of the disease in women is falling, announced an expert in Havana.

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Cuban customs seizes over 100 illegal parcels through May

The General Customs of the Republic (AGR) gives priority to the detection of trafficking of goods sent by illegal parcel delivery agencies from abroad, which total 113 so far this year, reported sources of the body.

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Cuban Customs detects 34 cases of drug smuggling cases

During the first five months of the year, the General Customs of the Republic (AGR) neutralized 34 attempts to smuggle drugs into Cuba, sources from this body reported today in this capital.

Cuba rejects OAS resolution against Venezuela

 The Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MINREX) today expressed its strong condemnation of the Resolution on the situation in Venezuela, adopted on June 5 at the 48th General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS).

U.S., Cuba Continue Air Disaster Investigations

Investigations into the causes of the May 18 air disaster in Havana are continuing today in Cuba and the United States, where the two black boxes of the Boeing 737-200 were moved.

US Republican Senator Jeff Flake Confirms that It’s Safe to Travel to Cuba

Republican Senator Jeff Flake highlighted on Monday in Havana that traveling to Cuba is safe in a clear message for those that have wanted to impede US travelers to visit the Caribbean island.

Climate Change Affected the Current Sugar Harvest in Cuba

The AZCUBA Sugar Group announced on Monday in Havana that the 2017-2018 harvest has concluded ahead of time due to the intense drought during the last two years, too much rain since last September with Hurricane Irma and the recent precipitations.