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Massive Fire Destroys Rio de Janeiro’s National Museum

A massive fire has hit Brazil National Museum in Rio de Janeiro Sunday. No victims have been reported The museum, Brazil´s oldest scientific institution, turned 200 years old last June. According to O Jornal do Brasil, the extent of the damage is unknown so far but it has been confirmed that entire collections and exhibits … Continue reading

Cuba Parliament Permanent Working Commissions Meet

On Saturday, the new Council of Ministers will be presented and lawmakers will assess the state budget performance so far Starting this Wednesday, Cuban Parliamentary Commissions will devote three working days to study the draft of the Constitution of the Republic, prior to its presentation next Saturday during the First Ordinary Session of the 9th … Continue reading

Sao Paulo Forum Debates Regional Integration

The 24th annuel meeting, opened yesterday in Havana, is beeing attended by more than 430 delegates With the opening of the 24th annual meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum on Sunday, Cuba became the capital of solidarity and commitment among progressive regional forces in the quest for a better future for Latin America and the … Continue reading

Cuba, USA Hold New Meeting on Migration Issues

A new round of migratory talks between Cuba and the United States was held on Wednesday in Washington During the talks, both parties acknowledged the benefits of the January 2017 Joint Statement, particularly for its elimination of the ‘Dry foot-wet foot’ policy and the ‘Parole Program for Cuban Medical Professionals’ and its impact on the … Continue reading

Ecuador Authorities Ordered Arrest of Rafael Correa

The formar Ecuadorian president has been accused of taking part in an attempted kidnapping of a political rival five years ago Ecuadorian judicial authorities on Tuesday ordered the preventive arrest of ex-president Rafael Correa, who is charged with taking part in an attempted kidnapping of a political rival five years ago. Correa, who is currently … Continue reading

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Wins Presidential Elections in Mexico

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador won Sunday’s presidential elections in Mexico, scoring a 53% landslide victory, according to a quick count by the electoral authority This was the third time the 64-year-old left-wing politician had tried to reach the highest responsibility in Mexico. His historic win was on behalf of the National Regeneration Movement (MORENA). In … Continue reading

Cuba Parliament to Hold First Ordinary Session

This will be the first ordinary session of the National Assembly of the People’s Power (Parliament) since it was installed last April 19 The National Assembly of People´s Power, the Cuban Parliament, has been convened to hold the first ordinary session of its 9th legislature on July 21. The call, published by Granma is signed … Continue reading

Cuba Presents Russian Ambassador with Friendship Medal

When accepting the high distinction, the ambassador highlighted the historic friendship and solidarity ties between Russia and Cuba Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez presented  his excellency Mijaíl Kaminin, ambassador of the Russian Federation in Havana, with the Cuban Friendship Medal during a ceremony Thursday morning at the headquarters of the Cuban Foreign Ministry. In his … Continue reading

Laura Pausini to Perform with Gente de Zona in Cuba Next June 26th

Gente de Zona has confirmed that Italian singer Laura Pausini will perform with the Cuban duet at a Havana concert late this month The Cuban group members, Alexander Delgado and Randy Malcom, said on Instagram that they were happy that Pausini is going to participate in their concert on June 26th in the Cuban capital. … Continue reading

United Nations Secretary General Arrives in Havana

The Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, arrived in Cuba this afternoon for an official visit During his stay, the distinguished guest will hold official talks with the President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, and participate in the inauguration ceremony for the Economic Commission for Latin America and … Continue reading

U.S. Victory Cruise Lines Arrives in Havana

For Victory Cruise Lines chairman, Bruce Nierenberg, Cuba is the perfect destination A new cruise belonging to U.S. company Victory Cruise Lines docked in Havana on Wednesday in a bid to promote Cuba as one of its most important destinations. The ship “Victory I” arrived in the Cuban capital with over 140 passengers on board … Continue reading

Cuba Signs Deal with Pan-American Health Organization

The agreement was signed in the context of the 3rd International Health Convention Cuba-Salud 2018, which ends today in Havana Cuba and the Pan American Health Organization have signed an agreement that will allow the Caribbean nation to acquire medicines, vaccines, syringes and other supplies for health care. The representative in Havana of the Pan … Continue reading

Cuban Foreign Ministry Statement on Canada Government Decision

The Canadian government decided to designate its Embassy in Havana a mission without accompanying relatives The Cuban Foreign Ministry (MINREX) issued a statement Wednesday, in which it assured Canada that Cuba is a safe country for Cubans, for diplomats from around the world and for the nearly five million foreign visitors who choose our country … Continue reading

Cuba Hosts International Longevity Seminar

It is estimated that by 2050 Cuba will be one of the countries with the oldest population in the world A walk for life was the opening act this Tuesday for the 15th International Longevity Seminar slated to run from April 17 through 20 in Havana. The encounter is organized by the Medical Association of … Continue reading

Cuba Commemorates Proclamation of Socialist Character of the Revolution

A day like today, 57 years ago, the socialist character of the Cuban revolution was proclaimed by Fidel Castro This defining moment in the island´s history took place when thousands of people converged in the corner of 23rd and 12th streets in Havana´s Vedado neighborhood, a few meters away from Colon cemetery. The huge crowd were … Continue reading

Renowned Novelist Daniel Chavarria Passes Away at 84

Chavarría considered himself a Cuban writer born in Uruguay and always underlined his essential link with this island Daniel Chavarría, author of a work that revolutionized crime literature in Latin America, died Friday in Havana. He was 84. He was born in San Jose de Mayo, in Uruguay, in 1933. Cuba was his adopted homeland. … Continue reading

US Visa Applicants Must Soon Declare on Social Media History

The federal government is proposing to collect social media identities from nearly everyone who seeks entry into the United States The U.S. government plans to collect social media history from nearly everyone who seeks entry into the United States, State Department proposals showed on Friday as part of President Donald Trump’s policy of “extreme vetting.” … Continue reading

Raul Castro Awarded Vietnamese Golden Star Order

The Order was bestowed upon the Cuban leader in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the special solidarity between the two countries The leader of the Vietnamese Communist Party Nguyen Phu Trong has presented the Golden Star Order —the highest recognition of the Asian country— to Cuban President Raul Castro. At a ceremony in the … Continue reading

Vizcarra Won’t Decide on Nicolás Maduro Participation in Summit

The recently appointed Peruvian president prefers to leave the decision to top diplomats in the Foreign Ministry Peru’s new president says he is going to leave the decision of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s attendance to the Summit of the Americas to top diplomats in his Foreign Ministry. Martin Vizcarra, who had been Peru’s vice president, … Continue reading

Over 60 People Killed in Siberian Mall Fire

The victims included children who were allegedly locked inside an upper-floor cinema watching cartoons At least 64 people were killed by a fire which engulfed a busy shopping mall in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, Russian investigators said on Monday, and some of the dead were children. The fire, one of the deadliest in Russia … Continue reading

Orishas Closed Havana World Music Festival

A concert by the Cuban trio Orishas closed the 5th Havana World Music Festival at midnight Saturday in Havana’s Metropolitan Park The music gathering included the performance of artist, musicians, bands and singers from Cuba and all over the world representing the most diverse musical trends. In its first concert in Cuba in eight years, … Continue reading

US Black Democrats Pushing Hard to Impeach Donald Trump

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) in the United States are leading efforts to impeach President Donald Trump The black lawmakers are basing their request on Trump repeatedly stirring racial controversies, from personally attacking two members of the group to casting equal blame on white supremacists and counter protesters for fatal violence in Charlottesville, … Continue reading

External Pressures Affects Venezuelan Dialogue in Dominican Republic

According to Venezuelan Minister of Communication, Jorge Rodríguez, the pressures come from the U.S. government, Mariano Rajoy, and Juan Manuel Santos The Venezuelan opposition has yielded to external pressures, and did not participate in the talks scheduled to take place in the Dominican Republic, said the Minister for Communication of Venezuela, Jorge Rodríguez. In statements … Continue reading

Federica Mogherini Concludes Visit to Cuba

Before closing her working visit, the European Union’s High Representative was received by Cuba President Raul Castro. “We have raised our relations to a new level”, Federica Mogherini, the European Union´s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security told reporters on Thursday at the end of her third working visit to Cuba. The EU´s top … Continue reading

Thousand Iranians Take to the Streets to Back Government

Hundreds of thousands marched in pro-government demonstrations across Iran Wednesday to reject the violent protests that began in the country last week. The Iranian government has blamed U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia for encouraging the violence, noted teleSUR. The anti-government protests broke out on December 28 in Iran’s second largest city of Mashhad, initially against … Continue reading

Putin Says St. Petersburg Supermarket Blast Was Terrorism

Putin made that statement on Thursday at an awards ceremony in the Kremlin for Russian personnel who served in Syria. Russian President Vladimir Putin said a bomb blast in a St Petersburg supermarket on Wednesday was an act of terrorism. Putin made that statement on Thursday at an awards ceremony in the Kremlin for Russian … Continue reading