August 21st Eclipse Will be Partially Visible in Cuba

The August 21st solar eclipse, which currently triggers great expectation in North America, will be partially visible in Cuba, said the Cuban Academy of Sciences on its website.

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Cuba Looks to Improve Land Productivity and Soil Quality

With changes to the policy of handing state idle lands in usufruct, the Cuban governmnent Works today to imnprove land productivity and quality of soils.

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The Cuban President Raul Castro has sent a message of condolences to King Felipe VI for the terror attacks carried out in Barcelona and Cambrils, killing 14 people and injuring a hundred.

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Electoral arrangements in Camagüey

Denia Morejón Reyes, vice-president of the Provincial Electoral Commission (CEP, Spanish acronym) in Camagüey - the biggest territory of Cuba - announced that for the future general elections,1 757 polling stations will work, of them, 271 will take root in residences conditioned with all the indispensable requisites for an honest, secret and direct voting, of the population, according to the specifications of the Law 72, Electoral Law.

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Club Amigo Mayanabo: four decades of tourist service

The first one of the hotels of Saint Lucia beach, in the north of the province of Camagüey, the Club Amigo Mayanabo, arrived recently at its 40thanniversary, with special offers that spread during the summer, considered a high seson of the national tourism.

Road rehabilitation profiles in Camagüey

The continuity and expansion of the road rescue in this province, based on the integration of suitable teams and construction forces available in the territory, is included in the approval of the preliminary draft budget and economic plan for 2018 in Camagüey, in charge of the Council of the Provincial Administration (CAP).

Cuban Authorities Set on Increasing Charcoal Production

Cuban authorities called national industry today to increase charcoal production as one of the important lines for exports at present.

Loneliness and Social Isolation as Risks Factors for Mortality

Loneliest people are 50 percent more likely to die under any circumstances, as lack of personal relationships affects their health in dissimilar ways, according to a research published today on Plos Medicine.

More than two thousand 100 megawatt hours (mW / h) have been generated in this province through solar energy, so far this year, thanks to the operation of the two photovoltaic parks installed in the province, in the municipality of Guáimaro and in this city.