Experts Predict Less Active Hurricane Season

0 Havana, May 11. -The 2011 hurricane season in the North Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico is expected to be less active than last years, said Jose Rubiera, director of the National Forecasting Center of the Cuban Meteorology Institute. During the June 1-Nov. 30 season, 13 cyclonic organisms are expected to form, given that the conditions in the upper

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Self-employment increases in Santa Cruz del Sur

0 Santa Cruz del Sur, Apr 14. –As an employment alternative in Southern Camaguey, around 500 people have registered in the Local Body of Employment, in order to be self-employees. From January to the date, more than 200 licence applications were passed by this local body and the most demanded jobs were those of carpentry and production-selling of food, where

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People with Larger Amygdala Have Better Social Relationships

0 London, Dec 29. -People with a larger amygdala tend to be more sociable, according to results of a study published in the latest edition of the journal Nature Neuroscience. Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, in United States, based these results on a study of people from 19 to 83 years who completed a questionnaire about

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CDRs in Santa Cruz del Sur fight crimes

0 Santa Cruz del Sur, Dec 3. –Several communities from Southern Camagüey develop the Surveillance Activities lead by the Committees of the Defense of the Revolution as part of the program previous to the exercise that is going to be carried out next December 8th. One of those guidance encounters was developed this Monday at Flor de Mayo Popular Council

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CDRs in Santa Cruz del Sur fight crimes

0 Santa Cruz del Sur, Dec 1. –Several communities from Southern Camagüey develop the Surveillance Activities lead by the Committees of the Defense of the Revolution as part of the program previous to the exercise that is going to be carried out next December 8th. One of those guidance encounters was developed this Monday at Flor de Mayo Popular Council

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Venezuelan Socialists Promote Actions to Prevent Sabotage

4 Caracas, Sep 16. – Representatives of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela and electrical workers are meeting on Wednesday to discuss recent fires and breakdowns at substations and power transmission networks believed to be caused by sabotage. The main purpose of the meeting is to create a movement to confront these actions, which are intended to cause a situation

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Orthopedists of 13 Countries to Attend Int. Congress in Cuba

0 Havana, Sep 16. -About 400 representatives of 13 countries of Latin America, Europe, the US and Japan will take part in the International Congress on Orthopedics and Traumatology to be held on September 20-25 and sponsored by the International Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology. The first binational meeting Cuba-Mexico, dedicated to the exchange of experiences in both disciplines, will

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June, August Hottest in Cuba since 1951

1 Havana, Sep 14. -Cuba sweated through its hottest June and August since 1951, and the forecast is for this year to be the hottest worldwide, according to a Monday report in the newspaper Granma. August had extreme maximum and minimum temperatures, very significant figures for this month, the article said. The Casablanca weather station recorded the third-highest maximum ever,

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Iran: Uranium Enrichment for Busherhr Nuclear Plant

2 Tehran, Aug 21. -Iran will continue enriching uranium for Bushehr nuclear power plant, to be activated today. "This enrichment to produce fuel for Busherhr power and other facilities will continue," said Ali Akbar Salehi, the atomic programâ�Ös chief to IRNA official agency. This is Iranâ�Ös first nuclear power plant, built by Russia near the port of Busherhr, despite sanctions

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Is the US Withdrawing from Iraq?

0 Washington, Aug, 20. -The U.S. government has announced the end of its combat missions in Iraq, but that Arab nation continues to be an occupied and devastated country. On Thursday, the Pentagon's last combat contingent was withdrawn from Iraq, and the television networks showed images of the first troops' arrival home. But the story is not that simple. About

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