Condolences Expressed in Cuba for Terrorist Act in France

0 Havana Jan 9 .- Authorities and personalities signed a book of condolences opened at the Embassy of France in Cuba by the terrorist attack on the headquarters of weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris. In the action, 12 people were killed and another 11 were seriously injured . The Vice President of the Cuban State Council Mercedes López, on behalf

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Cuba Shows Positive Signs in Manufacturing Activity

12 Havana, Cuba, Aug 15.- The Cuban manufacturing industry shows a positive development in several key indicators, supported in authorities' efforts for recovering economic, official sources stated today. According to the National Statistics Office (ONE), the production of consumer goods has experienced a 2.3-percent rise in the first six months of 2012 compared with the same period last year. Food

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Syria Assures Iran It Will Seek to Rescue Kidnapped Engineers

0 Damascus; Dec 26. -Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moalla informed the government of Iran that the authorities will make every effort to ensure the rescue of Iranian engineers kidnapped by an armed terrorist group in Homs, Cham Press reported on Monday.That news agency states that al-Moalla telephoned his counterpart Ali-Akbar Salehi and said that efforts are being made to the

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Japan: To 16 the Number of Death and Missing People by Roke

2 Tokio, Sept 22. -The number of deaths and missing people by the typhoon Roke achieved on Thursday to 16 in Japan, meanwhile the authorities urged people to keep the extreme vigilance before the growing concern by possible landslides.The strong Roke's winds and rains battered zones affected last March by the earthquake and the tsunami, regions that are still recovering

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US Funds Dissident Groups in Arab World

0 Washington, Jun 14. -The US government funded the creation of secret wireless networks to facilitate communications of dissident groups and avoid the control of authorities in nations such as Iran, Syria, and Libya. According to the New York Times, the US State Department and the Pentagon spent about $50 million USD to create an independent cell phone network in

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El Salvador Investigate Mysterious Deaths of Sea Turtles

0 San Salvador, Jun 10. -Authorities and experts are studying the causes of death of turtles in the Pacific coast of El Salvador, which occurred in the past two months. The examinations are conducted by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources and the Zoological Foundation of El Salvador. Autopsies indicate that the turtles did not die due to entanglement

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Bolivia Completes Gas Pipeline to Argentina

0 La Paz, May 30. -Authorities of the state-owned oil company Yacimientos Petroliferos Fiscales Bolivianos (YPFB) confirmed the completion of the gas pipeline Juana Azurduy to increase petroleum exports to Argentina. According to the vice president of operations of the company, Ramon Navas, interconnection operations will end on Tuesday, May 31 with all the mechanical works. Today, hydraulic tests are

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Havana Club Aims at Selling Four Million Cases

1 Havana, Apr 12. -Authorities of Havana Club rum company declared their aspiration to sell four million twelve-bottle cases this year. President of CubaRon Corporation Juan Gonzalez added that thy have set the target despite the arbitrary ruling of a US court of not renewing the marketing license for the brand in that country. Gonzalez said that industrial capacities to

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Mexico: More Mass Graves Found in Tamaulipas

0 Mexico City, Apr 9. -Authorities said Friday that they had found two more mass graves containing 13 bodies in the town of San Fernando in the northeast border state of Tamaulipas, for a total of 72 bodies. Morelos Canseco, secretary general of the government, Televisa television that the two new graves were discovered very close to where eight others

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