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.
Havana, Oct 1. -Yemen's Deputy Foreign Minister, Mansour Ali Baggash, condemned on Monday in Havana the U.S. economic and financial blockade against Cuba, while highlighting the island's support for Arab causes, especially the Palestinian cause.
La Paz, Sep 29. -The Bolivian president, Evo Morales, left today to The Hague, the headquarters of the International Court of Justice (CIJ), to hear the court’s judgment on October the 1st on the maritime demand against Chile.
Paris, Sep 29. -The Cuba issue was on debate this week at the National Assembly of France, where several parliamentarians favored strengthening ties between the two countries at both government and society levels.
New York, Sep 29. -Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel visited the September 11 Memorial on Saturday and stressed that the best tribute to the victims of that attack is to fight terrorism and its causes.
Jakarta, Sep 28. -The Indonesian city of Palu, on the island of Celebes, was hit by a tsunami triggered by the powerful earthquake that struck the region, according to the Meteorological, Geophysical and Climatological Agency (BMKG).
United Nations, Sep 28. -Members of the National Council of Churches of the United States ratified to Cuban President, Miguel Díaz-Canel, their rejection to the blockade imposed for more than 55 years ago on the Caribbean island.
United Nations, Sep 27. -Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro denounced the permanent aggression by the government of the United States in the economic, political and media fronts, in a speech at the United Nations.