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University Students to Cooperate in Cuban General Elections

The general elections were convened in June by the Council of State, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of the Republic and Law No.72 of October 29, 1992, Electoral Law Cuban university students will collaborate in the general elections to be held on the Caribbean island on March 11, an action that will … Continue reading

Kuczynski Refuses to Renounce Despite Accusations

The progressive Movement New Peru (MNP) will promote a project for the so-called presidential vacancy due to moral disability The decision of several Peruvian political forces to propose the dismissal of President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski persists today after the president’s argument, who tried to limit that effort to ”communist groups” and refused to resign. The … Continue reading

Spanish Unions Demand Better Wealth Distribution

Union members will defend the pension system after the government approved what they call a “miserable” 0.25 percent rise in costs Spanish unions are launching nationwide protests on Feb. 22 to demand greater wealth distribution and improved public policies. Union members will defend the pension system after the government approved what they call a “miserable” … Continue reading

Namibia Prime Minister Pays Tribute to Heroes in Santiago de Cuba

Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila honored Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, José Martí, Mariana Grajales and Fidel Castro, in the patrimonial cemetery of Santa Ifigenia The Namibian Prime Minister, Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, paid tribute here today to Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, José Martí, Mariana Grajales and Fidel Castro, in the patrimonial cemetery of Santa Ifigenia. In her words after laying … Continue reading

Jamaica Prime Minister to Chair CARICOM

Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness will take over the presidency of the Caribbean Community, CARICOM, from July 1 to December 31, authorities reported The governor general of the island, Patrick Allen, made such an announcement on Thursday during his Throne Speech at the Opening Ceremony of Parliament, at Gordon House. Allen said that this appointment … Continue reading

Cuba Premiers Documentary on Fernando Alonso

Filmmakers and intellectuals will premiere a new documentary about the father of the Cuban ballet school, Fernando Alonso, a special teacher who died in 2013 Director Esther García will present the 42-minute medium-length film at the Villena hall, at the site of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC), entitled: ‘Fernando Danza Infinita’. … Continue reading

Venezuela Extends Electoral Registration for Citizens Living Abroad

The extension of the deadline responds to a request from President Nicolas Maduro in order to guarantee more participation of Venezuelans living overseas The rector of the National Electoral Council (CNE, in Spanish), Tania D’Amelio, said that the special period for updating information and enrolling in the electoral register will be extended until February 25 … Continue reading

University of Havana Willing for Cuba-US Links Improvement

According to the rector of the University of Havana, during the last months, visits by North American academicians to Cuba were frequent The University of Havana will always have its doors open for academic exchange and deepen relations between the peoples of Cuba and the United States, said the rector of that institution, Gustavo Cobreiro … Continue reading

Cuba, U.S.A. Continue Talks to Prevent Money Laundering

Cuban representatives emphasized on the need to increase cooperation between authorities of both countries to guarantee an effective confrontation of the practice Authorities of Cuba and the United States met in Washington for their second technical meeting to prevent and fight money laundering, informed today a note of the island’s Foreign Ministry. The meeting took … Continue reading

Venezuela Diplomat Warns on Possible Foreign Attack

During the Venezolana de Television program ‘Con Amorin’, Roy Chaderton reiterated the warnings of a probable armed attack Diplomat Roy Chaderton has exhorted Venezuelans to be prepared for a possible foreign military intervention against the South American country, either by Colombian troops or a coalition formed by the United States. During the Venezolana de Television … Continue reading

Cuba Holds Congress on Higher Education

This congress is regarded as a space for meeting, dialogue and debate on the most pressing issues concerning higher education in the region About 2,500 delegates and guests among Cubans and foreigners will meet as of today until February 16 in this capital during the 11th International Congress of Higher Education, Universidad 2018. The event, … Continue reading

Cuba Ready for Contributions to World Health Trends

The statement was made by Professor Pedro Valdes, deputy director of the island’s Neuro Sciences Center Cuban health system can make substantial contributions to new health trends worldwide, like precision medicine, said Professor Pedro Valdes, deputy director of the island’s Neuro Sciences Center. Precision medicine represents a change of paradigm, as it is based on … Continue reading

People Killed, Injured in Oruro Carnival Celebration

This festivity is one of the greatest in Latin America and one of the main traditional parties in Bolivia The death toll rose to eight people, while injured people increased to 40 after a gas bottle exploded Saturday in the Bolivian city of Oruro during the carnival held here, police authorities said today. Oruro’s police … Continue reading

Havana’s Book Fair Event Concludes Sunday

The International Book Fair continues to be the most important event in the Cuban publishing sector The International Book Fair (FIL) culminates today its 27th chapter in Havana to expand to other provinces of Cuba, under the usual motto of Leer is to grow. In the Fortress of San Carlos de la Cabaña, main venue … Continue reading

FARC Announces Suspension of Electoral Campaign

The suspension was due to the constant aggressions against FARC leaders amid the political exercise to which they are entitled after being constituted as a political party The FARC announced today the suspension of its electoral campaign, due to the constant physical and verbal aggressions against its leaders amid the political exercise to which they … Continue reading

Cuba Ratifies Historic Links with African Countries

Vice President of the Cuban Council of State Mercedes Lopez Acea is currently on an African tour that seeks to further strengthen bilateral cooperation with African region and the Indian Ocean The tour includes Cape Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana and the Seychelles Islands. Upon her arrival in Equatorial Guinea Thursday, Acea highlighted the friendship ties … Continue reading

Costa Rica: Fabricio Alvarado Wins First Electoral Round

Fabricio Alvarado will dispute the second electoral round, scheduled for April 1, with aspirant for the governing Partido Accion Ciudadana (PAC), Carlos Alvarado Presidential candidate for Party Restauracion Nacional (PRN), Fabricio Alvarado, won the first round of general elections in Costa Rica, thanks to the support of the more conservative sectors, contrary to legalization of … Continue reading

Cuban Foreign Ministry Rejects Rex Tillerson Statements

Cuban Foreign Ministry rejected today statements made by U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, at the beginning of his tour of Latin American and Caribbean tour, describing them as a message of arrogance and disdain ‘The Ministry of Foreign Relations alerts on the severity of the message of arrogance and disdain with which the Secretary … Continue reading

Cuba Ratifies Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, adopted by 122 UN member States in favor on July 17, 2017, aims to achieve a world free of these lethal devices Cuba is now on the list of countries that have ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, thus demonstrating its commitment to the … Continue reading

Cuba Baseball Team Ready for Caribbean Tournament

The Caribbean island will be represented by the members of the team from Granma province, winners of the Cuban National Baseball Series Granma team, Cuban representative in the Caribbean Series Baseball Tournament Guadalajara-2018, received the flag today in Havana. In the Revolution Square and at the foot of the monument to the National Hero Jose … Continue reading

Protesters against Rafael Correa Campaign in Ecuador

According to the Ecuadoran ex-president, the scenario will only be different when the political situation in Ecuador changes The car of ex-President Rafael Correa was attacked today in a vandalism action, while he gave an interview to Radio Mega, in Quinindé, Esmeraldas province as part of his campaign for voting No! in the referendum. A … Continue reading

Cuban Boxers Seek to Reach the 8th WSB Finals

According to the Cuban National Boxing Federation President, Alberto Puig,  the World Series is of vital importance for the Cuban athletes The Domadores (Tamers) of Cuba is now working to get included in the finals of the 8th World Series of Boxing (WSB), said Cuban National Boxing Federation President Alberto Puig Tuesday. ‘The priority will … Continue reading

Cuba, Jamaica Parliaments to Strenghthen Work in the Region

Lazo supported the idea of working among the parliamentarians of the Caribbean, always bearing in mind the importance of regional integration Esteban Lazo, president of National Assembly of the People’s Power and Tomas Tavares, head of the Senate of Jamaica, advocated for reinforcing the inter-parliamentary work in the Caribbean, in their meeting Monday. ‘We can … Continue reading

Cuba: Over 50% of Parliament Candidates are Women

This makes Cuba the second country on earth with the greatest female participation, electoral authorities highlighted Of the 605 candidates to the National Assembly of the Popular Power of Cuba, 53.2 percent are women, which places the island in the second Parliament on the planet with the greatest female participation, electoral authorities highlighted. If all … Continue reading

Equestrian Statue of Jose Marti Inaugurated in Havana

The ceremony was attended by Cuba President Raul Castro, members of the government, representatives of the City of New York and the Bronx Museum, as well as the Cuban people Authorities from Cuba and the United States today evoked in this capital the life and work of the Apostle of the Caribbean country before an … Continue reading

Venezuela Slams US Interference in Internal Affairs

Venezuela has blasted a statement issued by the U.S. State Department rejecting the decision by the Constituent Assembly to convene snap presidential elections before April 30 “This abhorrent intromission in Venezuela’s internal affairs, part and parcel of the US government systematic aggression campaign against the Bolivarian homeland, amounts to a flagrant violation of the basic … Continue reading