Ecuador Slams in Geneva U.S. Blockade on Cuba

1 Geneva, May 23. – Ecuador''s Vice President Lenin Moreno condemned in this city the genocide blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for over 50 years. Moreno, who leads his country's delegation to the Second Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the UN Human Rights Council (HRC), stated that Cuba is a worthy example of solidarity towards other peoples.

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UNCTAD Condemns US Blockade Against Cuba

1 Geneva, Mar 7. – The blockade continued for over 50 years by the United States against Cuba was condemned at a meeting here in preparation for the XIII Ministerial Meeting of the UN Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad). During discussion, the Chair of the Preparatory Committee of the Group of 77 and China and the coordinators of regional

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U.S. Religious Leader Visits Cuba

3 Havana, Nov 30. -U.S. religious leader Michael Kinnamon is carrying out an extensive agenda in this capital, including a meeting with relatives of the five Cuban antiterrorist fighters condemned to long sentences in the United States.Regarding the case of Gerardo Hernandez, Rene Gonzalez, Ramon Labañino, Antonio Guerrero and Fernando Gonzalez, sentenced after infiltrating violent groups working in Miami with

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UN: Total Rejection of U.S. Blockade on Cuba

1 United Nations, Oct 25. -The United Nations condemned for the 20th consecutive year the U.S.-imposed blockade of Cuba and demanded its immediate lifting.U.S. Blockade Harms Sensitive Sectors of Cuban Society  Nicaragua Condemns U.S. Blockade of Cuba China Condemns U.S. Blockade of Cuba UN: 20th Years Condemning U.S. Blockade on Cuba CARICOM: U.S. Blockade of Cuba Is Anachronistic The U.S.

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Peace Activities Slam U.S. Militarist Hypocrisy

1 Guantanamo, Cuba, May 6. -World peace activists condemned the great militarist hypocrisy by the United States, responsible for the death of thousands of people and considerable material damages in the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. With its so-called humanitarian interventions, that northern country has promoted aggressions mainly suffered by the civil population, states the final declarationâ�Ös bill of the

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Cuba Condemns Western Attitude in Human Rights Council

0 Geneva, Mar 19. -In the UN Human Rights Council (HRC), Cuba condemned the attitudes of several Western countries, saying they are determined to impose "harmful practices" for a "court of inquisition" against countries of the South. Cuban delegate Luis Amoros spoke on issue No. 4 of the 16th HRC session, but also had to use his right to reply

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Cuban Parliament Condemns Moroccan Attack on Sahrawi People

0 Havana, Nov 12. – The National Assembly of People's Power on Friday condemned the attack by Moroccan military forces on the Sahrawi protest camp of Gdeim Izik, near El Aaiun. In a statement published by Granma newspaper, the Cuban Parliament described as despicable the Moroccan troop actions against a tent camp with over 20,000 civilian which left at least

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Cuba´s Victory Makes Paraguayan Headlines

1 Asuncion, Oct 27. -For the 19th time in row, the world condemned the unjust and illegal economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba, a victory widely covered in the Paraguayan online media. The newspaper Ultima Hora reproduced a report by Spanish EFE news agency that refers to Tuesday's events in the UN General Assembly.

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In UN, Cuba Condemns Sport Talent Theft

4 United Nations, Oct 19. – In the United Nations, Cuba condemned the theft of sports talent suffered by underdeveloped nations and repeated its opposition to athletic activities where money is the only reward. UN: Aid for Sports in Underdeveloped Nations  It also vindicated the right of nations of the South to host the Olympic Games, and assured that the

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Geneva: Cuba Condemns Attacks on Countries of the South

1 Geneva, Sept 20. – Cuba condemned attacks on the South by industrialized countries in the United Nations Human Rights Council and expressed its disappointment over the return of selective practices. Referring to issue No. 4 on the HRC agenda, Situations Requiring the Council's Attention, Cuban Ambassador Rodolfo Reyes said he regretted that no self-criticism had been heard in speeches

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