• Pablo de Cuba explica Papeles de Panamá y empresas "offshore"

    Pablo de Cuba, abogado y analista, habla con Roberto Rodríguez Tejera sobre los Papeles de Panamá, Cuba y las empresas offshore.

    published: 09 Jun 2016
  • Tropical Storm Isaac - Update 5 (Aug 26, 2012)

    Tropical Storm Isaac intensified to attain wind speeds of 70mph early this morning, shortly before moving over Haiti. Isaac has since moved just offshore Cuba with winds of 60mph, and may now begin to intensify as it approaches southern Florida. A Hurricane Warning is in force for parts of southern Florida, and the whole state should be on alert for this storm. Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana should continue to watch this storm closely - At this stage it is not certain where the landfall location would be and at what intensity, and is subject to change. Presently, official forecasts are calling for a Hurricane landfall on the Florida Panhandle. Stay tuned

    published: 25 Aug 2012
  • Hurricane Sandy Oct 2012 Monster

    Sandy developed from a tropical wave in the western Caribbean Sea on October 22. Early on October 24, an eye began developing, and it was moving steadily northward. At about 1900 UTC that day, Sandy made landfall near Kingston with winds of about 80 mph (130 km/h). Just offshore Cuba, Sandy rapidly intensified to winds of 110 mph (175 km/h), and at that intensity it made landfall just west of Santiago de Cuba at 0525 UTC on October 25. After Sandy exited Cuba, the structure became disorganized, and it turned to the north-northwest over the Bahamas. After briefly weakening to a tropical storm, Sandy re-intensified into a hurricane, and on October 28 an eye began redeveloping. The storm moved around an upper-level low over the eastern United States and also to the southwest of a ridge over ...

    published: 02 Nov 2012
  • Snorkeling in Cuba pt 1

    Snorkeling at a reef offshore Cuba, Feb 2008

    published: 17 Mar 2008
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Pablo de Cuba explica Papeles de Panamá y empresas "offshore"

Pablo de Cuba explica Papeles de Panamá y empresas "offshore"

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  • Updated: 09 Jun 2016
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Pablo de Cuba, abogado y analista, habla con Roberto Rodríguez Tejera sobre los Papeles de Panamá, Cuba y las empresas offshore.
https://wn.com/Pablo_De_Cuba_Explica_Papeles_De_Panamá_Y_Empresas_Offshore
Tropical Storm Isaac - Update 5 (Aug 26, 2012)

Tropical Storm Isaac - Update 5 (Aug 26, 2012)

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  • Updated: 25 Aug 2012
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Tropical Storm Isaac intensified to attain wind speeds of 70mph early this morning, shortly before moving over Haiti. Isaac has since moved just offshore Cuba with winds of 60mph, and may now begin to intensify as it approaches southern Florida. A Hurricane Warning is in force for parts of southern Florida, and the whole state should be on alert for this storm. Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana should continue to watch this storm closely - At this stage it is not certain where the landfall location would be and at what intensity, and is subject to change. Presently, official forecasts are calling for a Hurricane landfall on the Florida Panhandle. Stay tuned
https://wn.com/Tropical_Storm_Isaac_Update_5_(Aug_26,_2012)
Hurricane Sandy Oct 2012 Monster

Hurricane Sandy Oct 2012 Monster

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  • Updated: 02 Nov 2012
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Sandy developed from a tropical wave in the western Caribbean Sea on October 22. Early on October 24, an eye began developing, and it was moving steadily northward. At about 1900 UTC that day, Sandy made landfall near Kingston with winds of about 80 mph (130 km/h). Just offshore Cuba, Sandy rapidly intensified to winds of 110 mph (175 km/h), and at that intensity it made landfall just west of Santiago de Cuba at 0525 UTC on October 25. After Sandy exited Cuba, the structure became disorganized, and it turned to the north-northwest over the Bahamas. After briefly weakening to a tropical storm, Sandy re-intensified into a hurricane, and on October 28 an eye began redeveloping. The storm moved around an upper-level low over the eastern United States and also to the southwest of a ridge over Atlantic Canada, turning it to the northwest. Sandy reached a secondary peak of 90 mph (150 km/h) on October 29, around which time it had a wind diameter of over 1,000 nautical miles. East Coast would be impacted by the storm, some media outlets began referring to the expected combination of the tropical system and cold storm front under the nickname "Frankenstorm". This will be remembered for a long time to come and being the Perfect Storm that hit the U.S. around Halloween, she sure was a monster. The last time New York was shut down was in 1888, The Great Blizzard, snow fall was up to 40 and 50 inches with winds blowing 45 mph creating drifts up to 50 feet! R.I.P. To Those Who Lost Their Life Post: http://msb1959.wordpress.com/2012/11/06/sandy-was-oct-monster/
https://wn.com/Hurricane_Sandy_Oct_2012_Monster
Snorkeling in Cuba pt 1

Snorkeling in Cuba pt 1

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  • Updated: 17 Mar 2008
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Snorkeling at a reef offshore Cuba, Feb 2008
https://wn.com/Snorkeling_In_Cuba_Pt_1
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