Cuban Expert Predicts Fragilities in Durban Climate Meeting

257 Havana, Nov 18. -The 17th UN Conference on Climate Change, to be held in South Africa, might emerge as a conservative scenario, in face of the industrialized countries'' refusal to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, a Cuban expert stated on Friday. "And it would be a backward step if the Kyoto Protocol is buried in Durban," Orlando Rey,

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Socialist option reaffirmed in Southern Camaguey

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, Apr 16. –Fifty years after the declaration of the socialist character of the Cuban Revolution, the inhabitants from Southern Camaguey reaffirm the socialist choice as the best one to consolidate the revolutionary Cuban process which has the people as the main figure. Special morning meetings at schools and work places recalls the half century of

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Posada Carriles: Unusual Sentence, Affirms Cuban Antiterroris

2 Havana, Apr 12. -Antonio Guerrero, one of the five Cuban antiterrorists imprisoned in the United States, described as unusual the complete acquittal of international criminal Posada Carriles. What took place in El Paso, Texas was a theatrical trial of Posada Carriles, for lying to immigration authorities, Guerrero said. However, he emphasized in a message that circulated Sunday among hundreds

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Music contest stands out the Culture Weekend

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, Mar 24. –The chords of a sax were again immersed in the enchanting mystery of the traditional Miguel Socarrás Aleaga Cuban Music Contest, in keeping with 140th anniversary of this territory as a Municipality, and inside of the program of the recently finished Culture Weekend. Talented youngsters from the Arts Keens Movement, along with experienced

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State-of-the-Art Technology to Monitor Uruguay River

1 Montevideo, Jan 12. -Binational environmental monitoring of the Uruguay River, which serves as a border with Argentina, will use state-of-the-art technology, including a series of automatic equipment and satellite images, the Administrative Commission of the River Uruguay (CARU) reported. In a nine-page report, the commission summed up the activities and decisions adopted since April 2010 on how to monitor

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Brazilian Kaka is Eager to Play Again

1 Madrid, Sep 12. -Midfielder Brazilian Ricardo Dos Santos Leite, known as Kaka, showed up his eagerness to return to Real Madrid official lineup. According to Marca web site he said he was eager to play again. He began his rehabilitation a month after an operation in his left knee. Kaka said thatâ�Ös very hard for him to watch the

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Book by Fidel sold in Santa Cruz del Sur

0 Santa Cruz del Sur, Sep 12. –As a historic document was described by a reader, the book “La victoria estratégica”, by the Leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, title being sold at the local booksotre from south camaguey. Lupe Monteagudo, head teacher of the local Communist Party School commented to AIN that the volume can be understod by

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Expectations in UN over Iran Sanctions

2 United Nations, Sep 9. -As the deadline expired Thursday for sanctions imposed on Iran by the UN Security Council, the issue appeared to be off the official agenda. The Security Council agenda for Thursday includes items on Haiti and the election of a member of the International Court of Justice. Also, a meeting will be held of the committee

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Suylén Milanés to Preside Over Arts Festival for a Living Planet

1 Havana, Sep 3. -The first arts festival "Propositions", of popular inspiration and with singer Pablo Milanes as the president of honor, will take place at Havana Sports City (Ciudad Deportiva) on Saturday from the early hours of the morning until midnight. The closing gala promises a show enjoyable for all generations, with the participation of musicians like Harold López-Nussa

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