Washington.- Cuba and the United States are expected to formally announce the re-opening of embassies in Havana and Washington, D.C. next week, sources close to negotiations told ABC News.

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Camagüey.- The provincial day of finalists works of the XL edition of the Contest Annual Award of the Health in Camagüey was dedicated to the 35th anniversary of the foundation of the Medical School Carlos J. Finlay, to be celebrated next June.

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Florida, Camagüey.- The rice agriculture of this province bet for reviving the cultivation of the cereal in areas of the south-west of the territory, with which the production will be increased.

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Havana.- The current development and prospects of the photovoltaic solar energy focuses today the main debates of the Eighth International Conference on Renewable Energy, CIER 2015, in its penultimate working day.

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Camagüey.- Some will think that the topic is not much according to my age, but let's say that the future worries me and especially the present. It is not crazy to think about the white hairs when not even the first ones appear; simply, it is just about offering my humble vision to a common problem.


Camagüey.- The cattle in this province revives gradually the superficial water sources so that the animals drink it to will, thanks to a recovery program of hydraulic constructions.


Camagüey.- Students and teachers of the Camagüey University Ignacio Agramonte University Loynaz possess today a better level of access and connectivity to the national network (Intranet) and to the network of networks (Internet), which favors the processes of research and the self improvement of the teaching cloister.


Havana.- Salvadorian President Salvador Sánchez Cerén arrived Tuesday on a state visit to Cuba during which he will meet with his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro and attend other events.


In hours of the dawn of May 16th, 2015, was moved to the provincial hospital, the lifeless body of the 28-year-old young Pedro Armando Junco Torres, who received wounds caused by cutting weapon, in San Pablo street of this city.