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Drinking Water Available in Sancti Spíritus after Hurricane

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The supply of water to Colon and Jesus Maria districts in the capital city was re-established last Sunday. (Photo: Vicente Brito / Escambray)

The drinking water service offered by the Empresa Provincial de Acueducto y Alcantarillado (Provincial Aqueduct and Sewer Company) in Sancti Spiritus, which was severely damaged due to the passage of Hurricane Irma, has been already restored to about 290,000 clients, representing 97% of the total residents who benefit from such service in this central Cuban province.

 

More than 10 600 Homes Affected by Hurricane Irma in Sancti Spiritus

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Cuban Foreign Minister Talks to Telesur Journalist

Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla is interviewed by teleSUR journalist Jorge Gestoso in the United Nations’  headquarters 


Island of Puerto Rico Ravaged by Hurricane Maria

Powerful hurricane Maria caused damage, floods and left the country dismayed by the magnitude of the recovery that will be needed


Cuba, US Hold Sixth Bilateral Meeting

The meeting took place against the backdrop of a reversal of relations following the new policy announced by the US government last June


Over 200 Dead in 7.1-Magnitude Quake in Mexico

A 7.1-magnitude earthquake has hit central Mexico, killing at least 225 people and toppling dozens of buildings, officials said


Cuba: Council of State Reschedules Municipal Elections

Municipal election has been rescheduled for November 26, this year, with a second round on December 3, if needed


Hurricane Maria Threatens Caribbean Nations

A hurricane watch is in effect for mainland Puerto Rico as well as Vieques and Culebra, U.S. Virgin Islands, and other nearby territories


WFP Brings Food Aid for Hurricane Irma Victims in Cuba

World Food Program (WFP) Executive Director David Beasley, bearer of the news, toured areas of Jaimanitas, one of the most damaged communities in Havana


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Raúl Castro: We’ll Come Through this Once Again

Raúl Castro Ruz, president of the National Defense Council, chaired a meeting last September 13, during which the damages caused by Hurricane Irma were evaluated


Trinidad de Cuba Hotels Available to Tourists

Cuban Ministry of Tourism leaders have confirmed that all the tourist facilities of the country will be ready for the high season


Fan Collection to Congratulate the Colonial Art Museum

The Museum of Colonial Art of Sancti Spiritus is celebrating its birthday. This institution will reach half a century of existence next October