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A Havana-based cultural center has become home to the first free public Wi-Fi spot in Cuba, a major breakthrough in a country where Internet access costs a reported $900 each month.
Starting on March 17th, HablaCuba.com launches a double bonus promotion for Cubacel recharges. Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) March 15, 2015 #1 Believe it
New service arrives on the heels of Obama administration's new regulations aimed to help Americans face fewer obstacles in traveling to Cuba CALABASAS, Calif., March 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/
MobileRecharge app is now available also in Spanish on Google Play, besides English, for all Hispanic expats willing to top up a mobile in South or Central America. Atlanta,
HablaCuba.com launched Blog.HablaCuba.com, offering fresh news and attractive offers to Cuban expats all over the world. Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) March 06, 2015
Seven-day People-to-People Tours Feature Exclusive Meetings with Artists, Access to Live Performances and More NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y., March 3, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- It's a new dawn in
Plays Sold Out First Show In Havana And To Headline Cuba Rocks for Peace Concert This Saturday NEW YORK, Feb.
PARIS, February 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ABIVAX, a clinical stage biotech company developing and commercialising anti-viral compounds and human vaccines, today announced
A new, more aggressive strain of HIV has been discovered in Cuba, and researchers warn that it progresses into AIDS so quickly that antiretroviral treatments may prove ineffective.
Looking for options to become more accessible to general population SEATTLE, Feb.
The Cuban Macaw or the Cuban Red Macaw (Ara tricolor) is an extinct species of parrot that was native to Cuba and the Isla de la Juventud, an island off of the coast of west Cuba. At around 18 to 20 inches long it was one of the smaller members of the Ara genus of macaws. It was the last species of macaw that was native to the Caribbean islands to go extinct. A number of skins are preserved in museums; however, no eggs have survived. A pair was kept in the royal menagerie at Schonbrunn...
Cuban pine (Pinus cubensis) is the only native pine and is abundant on the island of Cuba especially in the eastern highlands of Sierra Nipe-Cristal and Sierra Maestra. The Cuban pine can also be found along the coastline in South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, and the Bahamas. This pine is also called the swamp pine. The Cuban pine can grow from 100 to 200 feet tall when grown in damp, sandy soil. The trunk is thicker at the bottom and sports a thick crown. The bark has scaly grooves that...
The Gulf of Mexico is an ocean basin that is largely surrounded by the continent North America and the island of Cuba. It’s bordered on the northeast, north, and northwest by the Gulf Coast of the United States, towards the southwest and south by Mexico, and towards the southeast by Cuba. It’s often referred to as the “Third Coast” in Texas and Louisiana, in comparison with the U.S. Pacific and Atlantic Coasts. The shape of its basin is more or less, an oval and is about 1,500...
The Zapata Rail is the only member of the monotypic genus Cyanolimnus. It is overall a dark-colored rail bird. It has grayish-blue underparts, a red-based yellow bill, brown upperparts, white under tail coverts, and red eyes and legs. Their short wings make it almost unable to fly. It is endemic to the wetlands of the Zapata Peninsula in southern Cuba, where its only known nest was discovered in saw grass tussocks. There is not much known about its diet or its reproductive behavior, and its...
The Cuban Black Hawk, (Buteogallus gundlachii), is a species of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family. This family includes eagles, hawks and Old World vultures. It is endemic to the island of Cuba, where it is only found along the coastal areas. The IUCN listed the Cuban Black Hawk as near threatened in 2008. The Cuban Black Hawk has traditionally been considered a subspecies of the Common Black Hawk, (B. anthracinus). Recent evidence, however, suggested it should be treated as a...
- One who brings meat to the table; hence, in some countries, the official title of the grand master or steward of the king's or a nobleman's household.