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Oscar Lopez Honors Fidel in Santa Ifigenia

The Puerto Rican independence leader paid tribute to Commander in Chief Fidel Castro, and also revered other Cuban heroes Puerto Rican independence leader Oscar Lopez Rivera paid tribute to Fidel Castro in the Cemetery of Santa Ifigenia right after arriving in Santiago de Cuba city, and also revered other Cuban heroes. The Puerto Rican fighter, […] Continue reading

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe Resigns

The announcement was made shortly before Parliament’s impeachment proceedings Zimbabwe’s president for almost four decades, 93-year-old Robert Mugabe has resigned shortly before Parliament’s impeachment proceedings, a move that was abandoned after knowing about the nonagenarian’s decision. His letter of resignation was tendered to the Speaker of Parliament as stipulated in section 96 of the Constitution, […] Continue reading

Cuba Interested in Biotechnology Projects with South Africa

Cuba is willing to develop joint projects and to establish lasting relations in the interest of both countries Cuba expressed its willingness to contribute to and collaborate with the development of joint projects with South Africa in biotechnology, and establish lasting relations in the interest of both countries. Marta Ayala, deputy director-general of the Cuban […] Continue reading

Santiago de Cuba’s Choir Festival Honors Electo Silva

The 32nd International Choir Festival will will gather Cuban and foreign groups from December 6 to 10 The 32nd International Choir Festival will ratify Santiago de Cuba as a significant place of that event, when the event will gather Cuban and foreign groups from December 6 to 10. The event will pay tribute to Maestro […] Continue reading

Cuban Delegation Arrives in South Africa

The delegation, led by Antonio Guerrero, is set to review the progress of Cuban collaboration in the construction sector The Hero of the Republic of Cuba Antonio Guerrero arrived in Pretoria heading a delegation to hold bilateral meetings in the Department of Public Works and Human Settlements, among other activities. Guerrero, vice-president of the Superior […] Continue reading

Jojazz Contest Begins in Havana, Cuba

This event is the best opportunity for young generations of musicians to show their performance and song writing skills The Young Jazz Band, directed by maestro Joaquin Betancourt, is the main star of the opening gala of the 20th edition of the Young Jazz Musicians Competition (Jojazz), to be held until November 19. Young musicians […] Continue reading

New Building Regulations in Mexico City after Quake

The new regulations will be published in the Gaceta Oficial, and will be fundamental to carry out the reconstruction stage The City of Mexico will implement new norms for constructions in the capital, as well as for rehabilitation of buildings affected by the earthquake of September 19. The head of the government, Miguel Ángel Mancera, […] Continue reading

Russia Reschedules Debt with Venezuela

The agreement provides for a refinancing of 3.15 billion dollars, with a flexible payment until the year 2026 Russia and Venezuela issued today a clear message of the strengthening of their bilateral relations, amid Washington’s pressure against Caracas, by signing an agreement for the refinancing of the South American country’s debt. This was considered by […] Continue reading

Cuba Attends 5th Cartel Event in Bolivia

The Caribbean nation will be represented by Gisselle Monzón, one of the most active exponents of Cuba’s new generation of designers Cuba will be among the Latin American countries attending the V Biennial of the Bolivian Cartel (BICeBé) to be held in Bolivia from November 20 to 25. The Caribbean nation will be represented by […] Continue reading

Chile Readies for Presidential Elections

According to surveys, right-wing coalition candidate Sebastian Piñera will be the favorite to win in next Sunday elections The presidential and parliamentary elections in Chile will take place next Sunday, when the candidate from the right-wing coalition, Sebastian Piñera, will be the favorite to win, according to surveys. The former president enjoys an advantage of […] Continue reading

Trump Is a Serious Threat to US Democracy, Expert Says

Trump has not yet signed any of the 10 major legislative projects he promised to approve in the first 100 days in office President Donald Trump is a Despot’s Apprentice whose authoritarian instincts constitute a serious threat to the integrity of the democratic system in the United States, according to an article in the newspaper […] Continue reading

Cienaga de Zapata Hosts Forum on Climate Change

This place, located south of Matanzas province, is considered the best-preserved wetland of the Insular Caribbean The Workshop on Climate Change and Wetlands, research programs, adaptation, and management, stands out during the fourth and penultimate day of the 11th International Symposium on Management of these ecosystems. The interventions dealt with early warning of tropical fires, […] Continue reading

New US-Cuba Regulations: A Setback of Bilateral Relations

Despite the recent overwhelmingly urging at the UN Washington ought to put an end to the economic, financial and trade blockade on Cuba, the US government has otherwise announced harsher restrictions for Americans interested in doing business with Cuba and traveling to the island, in compliance with the presidential memorandum that reverses important aspects of […] Continue reading

USA Announces New Restrictions on Travel and Trade with Cuba

Restrictions have been announced for Americans interested in doing business with Cuba and traveling to the Caribbean island   The US government announced today greater restrictions for Americans interested in doing business with Cuba and traveling to the Caribbean island, in compliance with the presidential memorandum that reverses important aspects of the rapprochement between the […] Continue reading

Venezuela Opposition Masked for Next Municipal Election

Opposition candidates have been registered for December  elections behind the banners of other political groups Venezuela’s opposition has strongly denied its participation in the municipal election in December but it has presented candidates, who are hiding behind the banners of other political groups. That has been the logic in the discourse of the so-called Mesa […] Continue reading

Cuba President Welcomes Vietnamese Communist Party Leader

Raul Castro and Vo Van Thoung exchanged about the excellent bilateral relations and the intention to deepen them The First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party (PCC), Raul Castro Ruz, received Vietnamese leader, Vo Van Thoung, with whom he exchanged about the excellent bilateral relations and the mutual intention to deepen them, Granma newspaper reported […] Continue reading

Scientists Warn about Melting of Glaciers in Antarctica

A research was made based on the combination of satellite images, wind data, and oceanographic observations The strengthening of ocean winds accelerates the melting of the largest glacier in the east of Antarctica, a scientific study warned today. According to the report of the Australian Antarctic Program, the change of behavior of the winds in […] Continue reading

Haitian Film Competes for the Oscar

The production portraits a post-earthquake nation that cries its more than 220.000 dead, but rises from the rubble The incipient Haitian film industry began to emerge, after the announcement today of the first entry of this Caribbean nation to the Oscars, with the film ”Ayiti Mon Amour”, by director Guetty Felin. The production exposes the […] Continue reading

Cuba President Laments Human Losses in Vietnam Due to Floods

The worst floods of recent years in Vietnam killed 75 people and missed 35 in the northern mountainous area Cuban President Raul Castro sent a message to the leaders and people of Vietnam that local media reproduced today, to testify the Cuban people’s sorrow for the losses the recent floods caused to the country. ‘On […] Continue reading

Catalonian Secessionists Faced with Rebelliouness Charges

The request was filed after the secessionist leaders appear on Thursday before National Court (AN) Judge Carmen Lamela The Spanish Prosecutor’s Office today requested prison without bail for eight former council people of the Catalonian government who were accused of rebelliousness and sedition for their alleged responsibility for the unilateral declaration of independence in that […] Continue reading

World Ratifies Rejection to US Blockade against Cuba

By 191 votes of 193 possible, the General Assembly of the United Nations overwhelmingly condemned today the US economic, financial and commercial blockade on Cuba and demanded its end. Only the US and Israel voted against the Cuban resolution on the Need to Put an End to the Economic, Financial and Commercial Blockade of the […] Continue reading

Lula Brazilian Tour about to Conclude

The founder of the PT is convinced that the Brazilian people can once again have opportunities, employment and possibilities to study A meeting with the rectors of federal universities and institutes will mark the beginning of the penultimate day of the Caravan of Hope, which led by former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva tours […] Continue reading

Venezuela to Hold New Regional Election in Zulia

In the meantime, the president of the Legislative Council, Magdely Valbuena, was appointed as the governor in Zulia The residents of Zulia state will hold elections again to elect the governor after the refusal of Juan Pablo Guanipa, who refused to be sworn in before the National Constituent Assembly (ANC). After Guanipa’s refusal to not […] Continue reading

Elias Jaua Defends Venezuela’s Right to Live in Peace

The Venezuelan leader also stressed that this is the only way to  overcome the obstacles of underdevelopment Venezuelan Vice-President for Social Development and Revolution Missions, Elías Jaua, defended here the right of Venezuelans to live in peace so as to have social development and struggle against inequality and poverty. Speaking exclusively to Telesur and Prensa […] Continue reading

Cuba-China Agreements Foster Economic Relations

The signing of these accords reaffirms the willingness of both governments to strengthen and expand bilateral relations China and Cuba signed five agreements geared toward strengthening trade and economic ties at the island’s Ministry of Foreign Trade and Investment. The documents include framework agreements for China to provide concessional lines of credit for the repair […] Continue reading

Cuba Welcomes Japanese Peace Boat

The 205 meters long and 35,000 tons ship departed on August 13 from Japan, and for three and a half months will land in 19 countries Peace Boat, a Japanese project that promotes nuclear disarmament and the environmental sustainability of the planet, anchored today on the docks of the Cuban port of Havana on its […] Continue reading