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Drought continues to affect Cuba

Some one million people are currently affected by the drought situation in Cuba, which has been impacting the island since the end of 2014, sources from the National Institute of Water Resources (INRH) reported in the capital

Havana Club, among the world’s best ranked rums despite U.S. blockade

With a presence in more than 125 markets worldwide, the Cuban rum company Havana Club International S.A. is ranked 21st among global spirit manufacturers, despite not being marketed in the United States, the main buyer of this type of beverage internationally

A tribute to Martí

Floral wreaths sent by Fidel and Raúl were laid at the mausoleum of Cuba’s national hero in the Santa Ifigenia cemetery

Regional forum on the future of renewable energy to be held

To be reviewed during the Ninth International Renewable Energy, Energy Saving and Energy Education Conference (CIER 2017), is the efficient use of renewable energy sources and the search for new ways of applying them, according to engineer Joel Morales Salas

Record number of international tourists

With the arrival of 3,524,779 tourists and 17.4% growth, 2015 saw a record number of international tourists visit Cuba, following the island’s commitment to strengthen this key sector for the development of the economy

Colombian government and FARC-EP sign new peace agreement

The new agreement represents a step forward in the long running peace process, replacing the document which was voted down by a small margin in an October 2 plebiscite, and taking into consideration subsequent proposals from diverse sectors of society