Beijing, Oct 8. -China demanded that the United States immediately stop criticizing and accusing Beijing, and emphasized that those criticisms are a direct attack on mutual trust and shadow bilateral ties.
Bogotá, Oct 6. -The President of Colombia’s Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP), Patricia Linares, has condemned the General Attorney’s Office “meddling” in cases related to kidnappings by the former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Hanoi, Oct 6. -Cubans will always remember Do Muoi as a brother, said today the member of the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), Olga Lidia Tapia, when paying tribute to the recently deceased Vietnamese communist leader.
Brasilia, Oct 5. -The presidential candidate from the Workers' Party (PT), Fernando Haddad, admitted that he had learned from former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Siliva that it is possible to offer a future to all Brazilians.
Panama, Oct 4. -The same as in most countries of the world, inequalities between women and men in access to the labor market and work conditions, persist in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Caracas, Oct 3. -Venezuela and Russia reinforce economic cooperation programs in order to improve exchange mechanisms, said today in Twitter, the Deputy President of the Economic Area, Tareck El Aissami.
United Nations,Oct 3. -Despite the increasing interest in cultural exchange between Cuba and the United States, the blockade currently hinders any interaction in that sphere and others, warns Cuba's mission to the UN.
United Nations, Oct 2. -The president of the UN General Assembly, María Fernanda Espinosa, affirmed in her 73rd period of sessions that almost most of the state members pronounced against the blockade on Cuba.
Panama, Oct 2. -Representatives of governments, workers and employers from more than 35 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean, Canada and the United States are meeting for the first time in Panama on Tuesday to discuss the future of work.
Brasilia, Oct 1. -Over 147 million Brazilian voters will live from today the final stretch of a campaign that former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva considers to beone of the most important ones in Brazil's history.