Matanzas Super Tanker Base Fire

Campaign against military service in Cuba gains strength in social networks

A campaign against the Military Service in Cuba is gaining strength on social networks, after several recruits died in the work of extinguishing the fire at the Matanzas Supertanker Base. With the hashtag #NoAlServicioMilitarObligatorio, Cuban Internet users demand that the regime repeal the law that obliges adolescent boys to formalize their registration in the military …

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European Union activates civil protection resource to send aid for fire in Matanzas

The European Union activated civil protection mechanism to send aid to Cuba for the benefit of those affected by the fire at the Matanzas Supertanker Base. “After the activation by Cuba of the Civil Protection Mechanism of the European Union, an offer of medicines and medical items made by Spain will be deployed on Friday …

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Actor Alejandro Cuervo delivers food to evacuation centers in Matanzas

the cuban actor Alexander Raven traveled to the city of Matanzas to deliver donations to people evacuated as a result of the fire at the Supertanker Base. The popular artist delivered boxes with bread, pancakes, sausages, soda cans and bottles, milk cans, yogurts and mayonnaise. actor’s instagram “Thanks to life for giving me the opportunity …

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Cuban Government Moved Antiterrorist Team to Super Tanker Base

The Cuban government sent an anti-terrorist team from the Ministry of the Interior (MININT) to the burned Matanzas Supertanker Base, they revealed to CyberCuba sources of the armed body and the structure of the ruling communist party. “It is not that we think that we are facing a possible act of terrorist sabotage, but rather …

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