U.S.-Cuba Friendshipment Caravan Crosses Mexican Border

0 Washington, Jul 19.- The 23rd Pastors for Peace Caravan will cross the Mexican border on Thursday carrying 100 tons of donations that it will take to Cuba, in a challenge to the U.S.-imposed economic, financial and commercial blockade on the island nation. The caravan members will depart in the morning from McAllen, Texas, and will cross the Hidalgo international

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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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Venezuela Boosts Econ Dvlpmt, Security on Colombian Border

1 Caracas, Aug. 24. -The Venezuelan government is moving to step up economic development and security along the border it shares with Colombia, a high-crime area. The initiatives include boosting the production and transport sectors in the state of Tachira, as deploying soldiers and the Bolivarian National Police to guarantee citizen security. The western Venezuelan state is frequently affected by

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