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  • Former Obama's Advisor Considers Anachronistic Blockade on Cuba

    Former Obama's Advisor Considers Anachronistic Blockade on Cuba

    By Luisa María González

    Paris, Mar 6.- The U.S. blockade on Cuba is now anachronistic and meaningless, said political scientist Robert Malley, who served as special adviser to former U.S. President Barack Obama.

  • NAFTA Negotiations With No Results in Mexico

    NAFTA Negotiations With No Results in Mexico

    Mexico, Mar 5.- The seventh negotiation round of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is concluding here today without results and torpedoed by the United States, particularly the preparation of the trade war of President Donald Trump.

  • Raúl arrives in Caracas for ALBA Summit

    Raúl arrives in Caracas for ALBA Summit

    Caracas, March 5.- On the morning of March 5, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, arrived in Caracas, Venezuela, to attend the 15th Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People’s Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP), on the fifth anniversary of the passing of Comandante Hugo Chávez Frías.

  • Chavez Legacy Praised in Venezuela

    Chavez Legacy Praised in Venezuela

    Caracas, Mar 5.- Representatives of political, social and religious sectors of Venezuela, praised today the figure and thoughts of the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, Hugo Chavez, in the fifth anniversary of his physical disappearance.

  • Workers Reject Terms of Mercosur-EU Agreement

    Workers Reject Terms of Mercosur-EU Agreement

    Montevideo, Mar 2.- The Coordination of Trade Unions of the Southern Cone (Ccscs) and the European Trade Union Confederation expressed their disagreement with the terms on which the possible agreement between Mercosur and the European Union is proposed today.

  • The peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean come together in Lima

    The peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean come together in Lima

    Peru, March 2.- Parallel to the Eighth Summit of the Americas, taking place mid-April in Lima, Peru, social organizations of the region will hold an event entitled “For the Social Articulation of Our America.”

  • Cuba reaffirms its commitment to human rights

    Cuba reaffirms its commitment to human rights

    Geneva, March 1.- Cuba's ambassador to the UN in Geneva, Pedro Luis Pedroso, reiterated his country's commitment to the promotion and protection of human rights, diplomatic sources reported today.

  • Haiti: Caricom, More Integration to Face Climate Change, Development

    Haiti: Caricom, More Integration to Face Climate Change, Development

    Port of Prince, Feb 27.- Ensure integration and leave a Caribbean Community stronger is one of the objectives of Haiti president, Jovenel Moise, chair pro-tempore of Caricom, which concludes today its conference in this capital.

  • United Kingdom Fire Kills Four, Several Wounded

    United Kingdom Fire Kills Four, Several Wounded

    London, Feb 26.- British police confirmed the death of four people and several people wounded after a fire yesterday in a building in the city of Leicester, in the United Kingdom.

  • South Korea and U.S. Expose Differences on Inter-Korean Dialogue

    South Korea and U.S. Expose Differences on Inter-Korean Dialogue

    Seoul, Feb 23.- The President of South Korea, Moon Jae-in, said today it is necessary to keep Inter-Korean dialogue environment, while Ivanka Trump said they should keep pressing Pyongyang.