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Friday, December 15, 2017

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  • Posada Carriles will be Tried Again

    Posada Carriles will be Tried Again

    By By Jean-Guy Allard The trial of international terrorist Luis Posada Carriles, charged with migratory fraud and false testimony, has been set for August 10 before the same judge that previously freed him; and the attorney generals, who continue to ignore his terrorist past, have requested that the…
  • Cuba Aids Thousands of Nuke Victims

    Cuba Aids Thousands of Nuke Victims

    Havana, Apr 8.- Over 24,000 people, mostly children, victims of the nuclear accident in Chernobyl, enjoyed in Cuba one of the most extensive humanitarian programs.The initiative of Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro provides medical aid to the victims of the April 26, 1986 nuclear accident in Cher…
  • Bolivia Electoral Law, Final Hour

    Bolivia Electoral Law, Final Hour

    La Paz, Apr 7.- The Bolivian Congress is working Tuesday to implement a new electoral process that will guarantee the general elections on December 6, amid friction from the opposition.The bicameral session summoned by its president Alvaro Garcia represents the last hope to fulfill in Parliament the…
  • Cuba Participates in Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly

    Cuba Participates in Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly

    Havana, April 7.- A delegation from the Cuban National Assembly (Parliament) is participating in the 120th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union that is underway in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia.  According to Granma news daily, the Cuban delegation is headed by Ramon Pez Ferro, Presiden…
  • New Radar to Improve Air Trafficking in Cuba

    New Radar to Improve Air Trafficking in Cuba

    Camagüey, Apr 6.- A modern Russian radar called “Aurora” –first of its kind in Cuba- is been deployed in Camaguey-based Ignacio Agramonte International Airport to improve control and safety of flights over national territory.

  • Spices Retail Store Gains Popularity in Camagüey

    Spices Retail Store Gains Popularity in Camagüey

    Camagüey, Apr 7.- A peculiar shop in the Cuban eastern city of Camaguey exclusively sells products that have captivated the humankind through history in fields such as cooking, magic and medicine. Placed in a sector recently declared by the UNESCO a World Heritage Site, the “Mercado del Oriente…
  • Cuba and Venezuela Support Nicaragua Literacy Campaign

    Cuba and Venezuela Support Nicaragua Literacy Campaign

    HAVANA, Cuba, May 6.- Nicaraguan Education Minister Miguel de Castilla said that the literacy campaign undertaken in his country by the government of President Daniel Ortega is making progress with the support of Cuba and Venezuela.   The top official said that 64 of the Central American nation’…
  • President Raul Castro Reiterates Cuba's Willingness to Talk with the United States

    President Raul Castro Reiterates Cuba's Willingness to Talk with the United States

    Havana, April 7.- Cuban President Raul Castro reiterated on Monday his country's willingness to carry out respectful dialog with the US on any issue.According to an official note issued on Tuesday in the official Granma daily, the Cuban Head of State said that the exchanges must be held with absolut…
  • Venezuela to Host ALBA Summit on April 14

    Venezuela to Host ALBA Summit on April 14

    Havana, Apr 6.- Venezuela will host a summit meeting of the Bolivarian Alternative for Our Americas (ALBA) on April 14 and 15 this month, announced President Hugo Chavez. In a telephone contact with Radio Nacional de Venezuela from Tokyo, Japan, where Chavez started an official visit on Sunday, the …
  • US Congresspersons Support Normal Religious Exchanges with Cuba

    US Congresspersons Support Normal Religious Exchanges with Cuba

    Havana, April 6.- U.S Congresswoman Barbara Lee, visiting Havana, spoke out in favor of the normalization of exchanges between religious communities from Cuba and her country.