Havana, Jan 22.- Venezuela's ambassador to Cuba, Ali Rodriguez, affirmed today that the strengthening of integration with the peoples of Latin America is one of the main challenges of the Bolivarian Revolution for 2018.
Beijing, Jan 19.- The department of International Relations of the Chinese Communist Party informed today that its head, Song Tao, will visit Cuba next Sunday to present the results of the recent Congress of the organization, held last October.
Georgetown, Jan 17.- Integration is the correct route to achieve sustainable development in the region, reiterated the Secretary General of the Caribbedan Community (Caricom), Irwin LaRocque.
San Salvador, Jan 16.- The Salvadoran government is committed to eradicating illiteracy this year, one of the main battles of the ruling Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN), the press highlights today.
Tehran, Jan 15.- Iran's Attorney General, Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi, has ordered the release of more than 300 people arrested during protests in several Iranian cities, it was reported here today.
Peace, Jan 11.- The unity, solidarity, democratic vocation and are therefore great principles and values of the Cuban Revolution, said the Bolivian vice chancellor, Maria del Carmen Almonds, during the celebration of the anniversary of the victory of 1959.
Montevideo, Jan 11.- There is a political maneuver against Uruguay's Frente Amplio behind a protest of over 50 agricultural producers that threaten with preventing the sending of perishable foods to this capital and eastern Uruguay, denounced Alvaro Guigou, president of Frente Amplio.
United Nations, Jan 10.- Colombian Vice President, Oscar Naranjo, is participating today in a special session of the UN Security Council that addresses the peace process and the results of the mission of the multilateral organization in that South American country.
Washington, January 9.– Following months of investigations and four visits to the island the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has uncovered no evidence of the alleged “sonic attacks” against U.S. diplomatic personnel in Cuba, according to a January 8 article by Associated Press (AP).
Rome, Jan 8.- Pope Francis called today to discard the rhetoric that ancestral fears about migrants and from the essential consideration that are first and foremost human beings.