US Funds Dissident Groups in Arab World

1 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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US Authorities Discover Drug Trafficking Border Tunnel

7 Washington, Nov 27. -U.S. authorities detected a tunnel used by drug traffickers to avoid surveillance at the Mexico border, the Fox television network reported Friday. Agents seized an unspecified quantity of marijuana and arrested an unspecified number of people. The media was expecting more information on the matter Friday. A special task force on tunnels in San Diego, California,

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Peruvian Press Stresses Fidel Castro”s Message

1 Lima, Aug 8. – The major news media in Peru gave stellar teratment Sunday to the presence of the leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro at the National Assembly of the island and his crucial call to avoid a nuclear war. "Fidel returned to the Assembly", pointed out a headline in La Republica news that emphasized that the

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Hugo Chavez Urges the World to Support Fidel Castro’s Call for Peace

0 HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 9. – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez urged the world on Sunday to support Fidel Castro’s recent calls to avoid a nuclear war as a result of the US and Israeli threats against Iran. “We must join his call to avoid a war, which is similar to our warnings and calls for peace in Colombia, in our

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Cuban Physicians Get Ready for Catastrophes in Haiti

0 Gonaives, Haiti, May 24. -Cuban physicians working in the Haitian department of Artibonite will implement as of Monday what they learned during a civil defense exercise to avoid human and material losses from natural catastrophes. That department suffered in 2004 and 2008 two largest flooding, which surprised thousands of inhabitants and left considerable damages and several casualties. In the

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