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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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  • From today, British Court of Appeals decides on gold from Venezuela

    From today, British Court of Appeals decides on gold from Venezuela

    London, Sep 22.- The British Court of Appeals is examining as of today the claim of the Venezuelan government against the Bank of England for refusing to hand over the gold reserves deposited in its vaults.

  • Cuban Parliament assesses support against Covid-19 and law enforcement

    Cuban Parliament assesses support against Covid-19 and law enforcement

    Havana, Sep 22.- In the midst of extraordinary realities and great challenges such as those derived from the effects of Covid-19, the complex international situation and the growing aggressiveness of the United States, the National Assembly, its commissions, its deputies and their auxiliary apparatus reduced to a minimum, they have not stopped their actions aimed at preserving the health of the people and legislative activity.

  • Role and strenght of CDRs recognized in Camagüey

    Role and strenght of CDRs recognized in Camagüey

    Camagüey, Sep 22.- The Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) in their 60 years of creation, continue to fulfill the purposes attributed to them on September 28, 1960 and work on dissimilar tasks starting from what the country today needs to.

  • The US is a threat to International Law, says Cuban FM

    The US is a threat to International Law, says Cuban FM

    Havana, Sep 22.- 75 years after having signed the Charter of the United Nations, it is urgent to reaffirm our commitment to the principles of International Law and the strengthening of multilateralism, cooperation with international organizations and the empowerment of this General Assembly, said Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, Minister of Foreign Relations of Cuba.

  • Last week Cuba accumulated the highest number of Covid-19 cases

    Last week Cuba accumulated the highest number of Covid-19 cases

    Havana, Sep 22.- With 407 patients diagnosed with Covid-19 in the country during the past week, this is the one with the highest figures of infected people since the beginning of the epidemic in the national territory, the Minister of Public Health, José Ángel Portal Miranda, ratified this Monday.

  • Colombians march to demand an end to violence in the country

    Colombians march to demand an end to violence in the country

    Bogota, Sep 21.- Colombians from all over the country will march today in the context of the International Day of Peace to demand that the government comply with the Havana Agreement and put an end to the violence in the country.

  • Camagüey reports two new cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours

    Camagüey reports two new cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours

    Camagüey, Sep 21.- According to the part of the Cuban Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) on Covid-19 in the country, issued at the end of September 20, two new cases of the new coronavirus were confirmed in this Province.

  • Local transportation strengthens measures against Covid-19

    Local transportation strengthens measures against Covid-19

    Camagüey, Sep 19.- The Provincial Transportation Company in Camagüey, based on the complex epidemiological situation in the country and the province, continues to adopt measures in urban transportation and in the health control of travelers.

  • Airbus leads the way in decarbonisation in the airline industry

    Airbus leads the way in decarbonisation in the airline industry

    Paris, Sep 21.- The executive director of the European aeronautical company Airbus, Guillaume Faury, announced today the launch of a research project that should lead to the manufacture of a hydrogen-powered aircraft in 2035.

  • 67th anniversary of the Moncada trials remembered

    67th anniversary of the Moncada trials remembered

    Havana, 21 sep.- The trial participants in the assault on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes barracks in eastern Cuba, is remembered today with the 67th anniversary of the beginning of the process.