Caracas, Sep 4.– A month after the National Constituent Assembly (ANC) of Venezuela was installed, its President, Delcy Rodríguez, stressed the importance of the truth commission for peace in the Bolivarian nation.
Geneva, Sep 2.- The 21st World Congress on Labor Security and Health will be held from September 3 to 6, in Singapur with the participation of over three thousand specialists and researchers.
Paris, Sep 1st.- Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian is opening today the 85th edition of the European Fair in Strasbourg, held in that eastern France city with Cuba as a guest of honor.
Buenos Aires, Aug 30.- A documentary week in honor of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, on his 91st birth anniversary, has concluded here, with the attendance of one of the five Cubans who were held in U.S. prisons for more than 15 years.
Hanoi, Aug 29.- President Tran Dai Quang has sent a greeting to the Cuban people and invited his peer Raul Castro to visit the nation, after welcoming yesterday the island's outgoing ambassador, Herminio Lopez Diaz.
San Salvador, Aug 21.- Fidel Castro never visited El Salvador, but his legacy is deeply rooted in this Central American nation, where a photographic exhibition reviews scenes in the life of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution.
Moscow.- With the imposition of sanctions against Russia, the United States is closing the short chapter of rapprochement between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump in Hamburg, to open a long way of confrontation with unpredictable consequences.
Buenos Aires, Aug 8.–The streets of Argentina herald what’s to come this August 13, the date on which the Open, Simultaneous, Compulsory Primaries (PASO) will be held to define the candidates to the nation’s Congress.
Hanoi, July 28.- Vietnam has so far attracted foreign direct investment (FDI) estimated at $22 billion USD this year, a 52 percent increase compared to the same period last year.
Managua, Nicaragua, July 25.— A 1972 earthquake left the city in ruins, but the ancient cathedral, like a good boxer, stayed on its feet. Although today we can see the cracks in its columns, and the toll taken on one of its two towers, the building's endurance is a reminder of the nation's mettle.