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Monday, February 18, 2019

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  • ILO: Despite Having a Job, 700 Million Persons are Poor

    ILO: Despite Having a Job, 700 Million Persons are Poor

    Geneva, Feb 14.- A total 700 million persons live in extreme poverty or moderate despite having a job, estimated the International Labor Organization (ILO).

  • Spanish Government to Order Dictator Franco’s Exhumation

    Spanish Government to Order Dictator Franco’s Exhumation

    Madrid, Feb 12.- The Spanish government will order next Friday the exhumation of the remains of dictator Francisco Franco from the Valley of the Fallen, a controversial mausoleum located on the outskirts of this capital.

  • Venezuelan FM Calls on Europe to Withdraw from Interfering Stance

    Venezuelan FM Calls on Europe to Withdraw from Interfering Stance

    Caracas, Feb 11.- The European governments should withdraw from the stance by the Executive of the United States that leads to the implementation of unilateral and coercive measures against Venezuela, Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza warned on Monday.

  • US fires in California leave billions in losses

    US fires in California leave billions in losses

    Washington, Nov 19. -The Camp and Woolsey fires, which have hit the U.S. state of California, have so far left losses valued at 9 to 13 billion dollars; according to the catastrophe risk model company RMS.

  • Venezuela committed to dialogue and cooperation

    Venezuela committed to dialogue and cooperation

    Caracas, Nov 17. -Venezuela is continuing its commitment to preserve regional and international gatherings such as the Ibero-American Summit held in Guatemala, an event that opens up opportunities for cooperation, meetings and dialogue in order to advance the growth of peoples.

  • Cuban president thanks British solidarity (+Photos)

    Cuban president thanks British solidarity (+Photos)

    London, Nov 14. -Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, president of the Councils of State and  Ministers of Cuba, expressed gratitude to the British people for the signs of friendship and affection professed towards his country in these almost 60 years of revolutionary process.

  • Another interrogation to Lula for alleged corruption crime

    Another interrogation to Lula for alleged corruption crime

    Brasilia, Nov 14. -Former Brazilian President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, imprisoned for seven months in Curitiba (south), is facing on Wednesday another interrogation within the framework of the Lava Jato operation that is investigating corruption cases.

  • Over 2,000 Indians held in U.S. prisons for illegal border crossing

    Over 2,000 Indians held in U.S. prisons for illegal border crossing

    New Delhi, Nov 13. -Almost 2,400 Indians languish in several U.S. prisons for illegally crossing the border to seek asylum in the United States, it was reported in New Delhi on Tuesday.

  • Cuban President meets British businessmen

    Cuban President meets British businessmen

    London, Nov 13. -Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel held on Tuesday in London a meeting with British businessmen as part of a transit stopover in the United Kingdom in route to the island, after concluding an international tour.

  • Former Ecuador deputy president on 23 days of hunger strike

    Former Ecuador deputy president on 23 days of hunger strike

    By Sinaí Céspedes Moreno

    Quito, Nov 12. -The former Deputy President of Ecuador, Jorge Glas, is on the 23rd day of a hunger strike, extreme in the last few hours, by refusing not only to eat food but also to drink water.