Los Angeles, Nov 8. - A gunman killed 12 people, including a sheriff’s deputy, when he walked into a Southern California bar and grill and started shooting on Wednesday night, police said.
Beijing, Nov 8. -China and Cuba have strengthened their economic ties on Thursday with the signing of several memorandums of understanding; including one regarding expanded cooperation in the Belt and Road Initiative.
Buenos Aires, Nov 7. -The ideas and relevance of Fidel Castro, the struggle of the Cuban people and their tireless solidarity were highlighted here in the opening of a public chair dedicated to the revolutionary leader at the José C. Paz National University.
Santiago de Chile, Nov 7. -Latin America and the Caribbean, a region that has achieved good results in the struggle against hunger, has reported a slowdown in the past three years with little progress in mitigating a scourge that affects some 39 million people.
Beijing, Nov 7. -President Miguel Diaz-Canel met on Wednesday with the members of the Cuban Embassy and students in China, and stressed the importance of their work for bilateral ties and the development of the Caribbean island.
Madrid, Nov 6. -Spain ratified today the determination to normalize the political relations with Cuba, from the official visit that the president of the government, Pedro Sánchez will make this month to the island.
Moscow, Nov 6. -The Russian Foreign Ministry condemned on Tuesday the recent terrorist acts in the Iraqi cities of Sadr-City, Baya'a, Al Turas, and Al-Qadimi, killing six people and wounding about 20.
Shangai, Nov 6. -The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, arrived this Tuesday to Shanghai on an official visit to the state of China, where he will talk with the host president, Xi Jinping, and three other high figures of the country.
Mexico, Nov 5. -Hundreds of Central American migrants who travel through the country continue to arrive in Mexico City (CDMX) on Monday and the police provides them with space in the subway for their transfer to the shelter prepared for them.
Pyongyang, Nov 5. -"Cuban new generations are going to be loyal and faithful to our historic relationships," said Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, president of Cuba, exchanging today with the President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, Kim Yong Nam, in the Palace of the Congresses Mansweata, of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.