NATO Intensifies Libya Bombings, Admits Deadly Alleged Error

1 Tripoli, Jun 20. -The North Atlantic Treaty Organization once again bombed civilian and military targets in Libya to support the rebel offensive, after admitting to killing nine people due to another alleged technical error. The NATO air raids against the city of Sorman, 70 kilometers (43.4 miles) from Tripoli, caused an undetermined number of deaths, including children, a government

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El Salvador Solidarity Groups: Free the Cuban Five!

1 San Salvador, Dec 24. -Solidarity organizations in El Salvador are holding another a demonstration Wednesday to demand freedom for the five Cuban antiterrorists imprisoned in the United States since 1998. The solidarity rally will be held in the provincial capital of San Vicente, about 60 kilometers east of San Salvador, organizer Edgar Chevarria told Prensa Latina. Chevarria, of the

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Pretoria Moves at the Speed of the Youth World Festival

0 Pretoria, Dec 13. -After the successful celebration of the second most important world sport event South Africa is living the opportunity to host another worldwide event: The Seventeenth World Festival of the Youth and Students. The spirit of friendship and solidarity that characterizes those events emerged in Prague 63 years ago is gradually taking possession of capital. Delegates to

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Coming Up: Another UN Condemnation of Blockade Vs. Cuba

0 United Nations, Sep 17. -Another global condemnation of the U.S. blockade on Cuba was shaping up on Thursday as an ordinary session of the United Nations General Assembly got underway. US Blockade Against Cuba Remains Unchanged   For the 19th consecutive year, the UN Assembly will discuss a report presented by Cuba, "The necessity of ending the economic, commercial and

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Fidel Castro Pays Another Visit to Havana Aquarium

0 Havana, Aug 3. -The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, paid another visit to the National Aquarium, accompanied this time by the U.S. journalist and Middle East expert Jeffrey Goldberg. Goldberg, who writes for The Atlantic Magazine, interviewed Fidel Castro on Sunday, the Granma newspaper reported on Tuesday. The Cuban leader's visit to the Aquarium occurred 45 days

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