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Violent Protests Reported Worldwide over Jerusalem

Demonstrators took to the streets on Friday, the Muslim holy day, expressing solidarity with the Palestinians Thousands of Palestinians protested in a “day of rage” on Friday in the occupied West Bank, Gaza and in East Jerusalem against U.S. President Donald Trump’s recognition of the ancient city as Israel’s capital. Across the Arab and Muslim … Continue reading

Nigeria Opens Embassy in Havana, Cuba

This new embassy will allow strengthening the friendship that unites the peoples of Cuba and the African nation Niger’s Foreign Minister, Ibrahim Yacoubou, said that the opening of his country’s embassy in the Cuban capital is an example of the desire of both countries to strengthen the friendship that unites the peoples of Cuba and […] Continue reading

Russians Mark October Revolution Centenary in Moscow

Celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution got underway in Moscow Tuesday with the traditional military parade that represents the bravery of the Russian people. On November 7, 1941 during World War II, when the front was just a few kilometers away from the city, Moscow hosted a military parade in honor of […] Continue reading

Lenin Moreno No Longer President of Alianza Pais Leftist Party

The party directorate chose former Foreign Minister and former Minister of Defense Ricardo Patiño to become its leader The National Directorate of the ruling Alianza PAIS (PAIS Alliance) party removed Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno as the president of the party and has started disciplinary proceedings against him. The party directorate chose former Foreign Minister and […] Continue reading

Cuba to Denounce Reinforcement of US Blockade at UN

Some of the most affected sectors are education, healthcare, sports, culture, industrial development, information technology and telecommunications Almost 60 years after the implementation of the US blockade against Cuba, the hostile policy is being reinforced, undermining the diplomatic progress made by the two countries.  That is one of the messages of the report submitted by […] Continue reading

Million Victims of Child Labor in the World

The practice is mostly concentrated in agriculture which includes fishing, forestry, livestock herding and aquaculture The International Labor Organization (ILO) says that 218 million children between 5 and 17 years are in employment worldwide, and that among them 152 million are victims of child labor. According to data revealed by ILO´s Global Estimates of Child […] Continue reading

Raúl Castro Presides Over Patriotic Ceremony in Santiago de Cuba

The continuity of the Cuban independence wars was highlighted today during a ceremony to mark the 149th anniversary of the start of the first Cuban independence struggle, on October 10, 1868. The observance, presided by Cuban president Raul Castro, was held in Santiago de Cuba’s Santa Ifigenia Cemetery.   Tribute to Cuban Independence Heroes in […] Continue reading

Large Budget Proposed for Mexico-US Border Wall

Ten billion dollars would be authorized for the construction of the border wall, and another 5 billion to improve ports of entry A House of Representatives panel has approved legislation to provide a total of 15 billion dollars for construction of President Donald Trump’s wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. The Border Security for America Act, […] Continue reading

What a Great Job We Have Done, Said Trump in Puerto Rico

Donald Trump went to Puerto Rico on Tuesday, nearly two weeks after Hurricane Maria thrashed through the island  U.S. President Donald Trump visited hurricane-wracked Puerto Rico on Tuesday, hoping to highlight federal recovery efforts and repair damage done by his controversial early response to the crisis.   Trump’s trip to the U.S. territory of Puerto […] Continue reading

US People Slam Reduction of Diplomats in Havana

Numerous voices in the United States have spoken in the last hours against the decision of the US State Department to reduce the number of diplomats in Cuba after the alleged attacks on personnel of that legation.  “Whoever is doing this is obviously trying to disrupt the normalization process between the United States and Cuba”, […] Continue reading

Raúl Torres and Pancho Amat Perform in Sancti Spiritus

Renowned Cuba artists were welcomed in Yaguajay, the región most affected by Hurricane Irma in Sancti Spiritus Convinced that art can also contribute to raise the human spirit, even in the most difficult times, performers and bands, such as Son del Nene joined the group, as well as singer-songwriters Adrián Berazaín and Mauricio Figueiral, magician […] Continue reading

Hurricane Maria Threatens Caribbean Nations

A hurricane watch is in effect for mainland Puerto Rico as well as Vieques and Culebra, U.S. Virgin Islands, and other nearby territories Caribbean nations are bracing for the second powerful storm in as many weeks as Hurricane Maria approaches.   The Category 3 system, which is expected to strengthen significantly in the next 48 hours, […] Continue reading

Cuban Medical Brigade Begins Working in Peruvian City of Piura

The Cuban doctors began offering their services in field hospital tents they carried with them along with 4.2 tons of medicines and medical supplies The Cuban contingent of the Henry Reeve Medical Brigade began Saturday to provide assistance to victims of heavy rains and floods in the Peruvian city of Piura, one of the areas […] Continue reading

El Salvador Grants Award to Cuban Prima Ballerina Alicia Alonso

Alicia travelled to the Central American country from Costa Rica, where she received a National University Honorary Doctorate Salvadorean President, Salvador Sánchez Cerén, has presented Cuban prima ballerina assoluta, Alicia Alonso, with the “José Simeón Cañas” Slave Liberator Order. This is the Central American country’s first recognition to Alonso, who is “one of the most important […] Continue reading

Venezuela President Slams Spanish Interference in Domestic Affairs

Nicolas Maduro said on Tuesday that his government may take measures against Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s government, which urged Caracas to release right-wing opposition leaders. The violence left 43 dead, hundreds injured, and many deprived of basic human rights to education and health, with roads, schools, and hospitals blocked by violent opposition sectors around the country. […] Continue reading

Cuban Baseball: Ismel Jimenez Signs with Professional Canadian Team

Four Cuban baseball players will play this Season in the Canadian Independent League Baseball (Can-Am), including Yunieski Gourriel, who repeated with Les Capitales de Quebec. Besides Yunieski, shortstop Yordán Manduley, outfielder Alexei Bell, and pitcher Ismel Jiménez were also hired, published the website of Radio Angulo, in the eastern province of Holguin. Four Cuban baseball […] Continue reading

People’s Summit Condemns US Interference in Latin America, Caribbean Affairs

Participants at the People’s Summit in Panama issued a joint statement on Saturday rejecting U.S. intervention in the affairs of Latin America and the Caribbean, and declaring the region a “Zone of Peace.” According to multinational news channel TeleSur, the document, condemned what it called, the “military aggression and threats the United States and its strategic […] Continue reading

Bruno Rodriguez: Cuba, US First Presidential Meeting was Productive

The first official meeting between Cuban President Raul Castro and U.S. President Barack Obama has been “productive”, according to Cuba’s Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, who addressed reporters shortly after the landmark talks. Rodriguez highlighted that both presidents agreed on the need to re-establish diplomatic relations to begin the process of normalizing bilateral ties. He said […] Continue reading

Cuban Parliament President Holds Talks with Head of Parlatino

Esteban Lazo Hernández, President of the People’s Power National Assembly of Cuba, met with visiting President of Latin American Parliament (Parlatino), Elias Castillo. During the meeting, Lazo thanked Parlatino‘s president for his organization’s support in the fight against the economic blockade imposed on Cuba by the government of the United States. He also appreciated the […] Continue reading

BayStars Cancelled Contract with Cuban Yulieski Gourriel

Yokohama BayStars General Manager Shigeru Takada revealed on Thursday that the club has informed infielder Yulieski Gourriel’s contract has been canceled. Gourriel was scheduled to arrive in Japan at the end of March following the conclusion of Cuba’s domestic Season, but has cited a thigh injury as his reason for not arriving on time. According […] Continue reading

Cuban Civil Society Delegation to Attend Forums in Panama

Over one hundred representatives of Cuban civil society will participate in forums that will run parallel to the 7th Summit of the Americas, in Panama. The large group includes intellectuals, farmers, cooperative members, entrepreneurs, academics and other social actors who will take to Panama the proposals issued in numerous civil society meetings held over the […] Continue reading

Venezuela Delivers Protest Letter to US Embassy

Venezuelan officials handed a formal letter of protest to the US embassy in Caracas on Friday to reject the White House’s recent executive order calling Venezuela a threat to national security. Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez announced Friday that the note had been delivered. Rodriguez also stressed that Venezuela has tried several diplomatic measures to mediate […] Continue reading

Cuba Mourns Death of Renowned Country Music Singer Celina Gonzalez

Celina González, queen of the country music (música campesina) genre in Cuba, died at the age of 86 early Wednesday morning, according to sources of the Cuban Institute of Music. The popular singer of songs like “Yo Soy El Punto Cubano,” and “Viva Santa Barbara,” lost the battle against a long illness. Celina was born […] Continue reading

Alba-TCP Join Efforts to Reinforce Surveillance, Prevention against Ebola

The countries of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) regional bloc put together an action plan for a joint response to the Ebola pandemic in Africa. The Final Declaration of the ALBA Extraordinary Summit on Ebola lists as one of its main objectives the strengthening of “professional development for experts in […] Continue reading

Brazil Holds Presidential Elections

Brazil holds general elections this Sunday to choose a new president, state governors, federal and state representatives and one third of the senators. Dilma Rousseff, elected as the first female Brazilian president four years ago, is leading in opinion polls, while another female politician, former environment minister Marina Silva, is a strong challenger. As none […] Continue reading

Murder of Lawmaker Linked to Washington-Backed Groups, Says Maduro

The perpetrators of the crime have been already identified, Maduro said when attending the burial of Serra and his female companion Maria Herrera.Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Friday that the murder of young socialist lawmaker Robert Serra and his companion is linked to paramilitary groups financed by former Colombian president Alvaro Uribe, and “mafias” […] Continue reading