Interns from 19 Countries Held Meeting with Cuban Chefs

6 Camagüey, Cuba, Jan 18.- Interns from 19 countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean studying here held a meeting with a group of chefs in the first culinary exhibition celebrated in Cuba this year. The specialists showed different dishes of Cuban cuisine in a space dedicated to solidarity and world peace promoted by the representation of the

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Latin America and Caribbean Nations for the Success of NAM Summit

0 Havana, Cuba, Aug 31.- Non-Aligned Latin American and Caribbean nations will do everything to guarantee the success of the 16th Summit of their bloc, said Cuban First Vice-president Jose Ramon Machado Ventura in his address of the Non-Aligned meeting, in Tehran, Iran. Only one Latin American and Caribbean country was part of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) upon its setting

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Isaac to Reach Hurricane Status by Friday

0 Havana, Aug 23.- Tropical storm Isaac will keep intensifying and could reach hurricane status by Friday, regional climate reports indicate. The tropical storm, the ninth atmospheric phenomenon of the current hurricane season, is moving westward at 13 mph, maintaining maximum sustained winds of 50 mph and a minimum pressure of 1003 hPa. Although, latest readings indicate Isaac could strengthen

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LatAm Solidarity Brigade Ends Activities in Cuba

1 Havana, Cuba, Aug 13.- Members of the 19th Latin American and Caribbean Brigade of Voluntary Work in Solidarity with Cuba ended their activities in this country and expressed their willingness to continue supporting the social process started in Cuba in 1959. In a final declaration released in the Julio Antonio Mella International Camp, in the western province of Artemisa,

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English-Speaking Caribbean Celebrates Emancipation Day

1 Havana, Aug 1.- English-speaking Caribbean countries today celebrate the Emancipation Day, to matk the end of slavery imposed by Britain colonialism for almost four centuries. The celebration recalls the signing of the agreement that put an end to slavery in all Britain clonies, in August 1, 1833. However the date was contradictory because only those under six months were

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Hugo Chavez: Latin America and the Caribbean Spark Hope to the World

3 Havana, Cuba, Jul 10.- Venezuela´s Hugo Chavez said on Monday that Latin America and the Caribbean unfold as a platform of peace and respect, and as an alternative to the capitalist model. “We live in a continent with a cultural, social, political and economic revolution underway; Latin America and the Caribbean are unfolding as the hope of this world,”

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Call to Denounce Anti-Cuba Hostility on Twitter

1 Havana, Feb 23. – Cuban Twitter users called on web surfers on Thursday to use this social network to denounce hostility against the Caribbean island and the media silence on those attacks. According to Cubadebate website, the label "DerechosdeCuba" will be available for those who use Twitter. "Thousands of voices are probably denouncing the manipulations and the double standard

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Cuba Reaffirms its Willingness to Activate Dialogue with the U.S.

0 Havana, Cuba, Sep 26.- The director of Department of North America from the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Relations (MINREX), Josefina Vidal, affirmed that Cuba is ready to activate respectful dialogues with the U.S., but without any conditioning from the White House, to sustain civilized relations. Vidal ratified the willingness of the Cuban government to initiate political dialogues with the

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Cuban Lawmakers” Delegation Visits Nicaragua

0 Managua, Sep 19. -Nicaragua National Assembly President Rene Nuñez receives on Monday a Cuban lawmakers´ delegation, as Latin America and the Caribbean seek to strengthen the integration processes for regional unity.Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) parliamentary group coordinator Edwin Castro told reporters that the visitors will also attend a special session of parliament at the historic San Jacinto estate.

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