Pastors for Peace Caravan Bound for Cuba on Saturday

0 Havana, Cuba, Jul 17.- The 23rd Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan to Cuba is expected to arrive here   Saturday, July 21 after having toured the US and Canada to collect humanitarian aid for the Cuban people and expose the damage inflicted on the island by the US economic blockade. After covering nine different routes across North America, the caravan

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Over 50 Delegations to Participate in Summit in El Salvador

0 San Salvador, Dec 13. -Salvadoran Foreign Minister Hugo Martinez announced that over 50 delegations from several countries and international institutions will participate in the meeting on aid to Central America, following the damage caused by a tropical depression in October. The summit was convened by President Mauricio Funes as pro tempore president of the Central American Integration System (SICA)

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Some Relief in Guatemala after Hurricane Damage

0 Guatemala, May 30. -Guatemalans are feeling some relief amid tragedy on Sunday after Agatha tropical storm has lowered to tropical depression category, but leaving considerable damage in its path through the central American nation. Over 48 hours of heavy rains all over the country caused negative consequences, adding to the eruption of the Pacaya volcano on Thursday night. The

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Gulf Oil Spill Effects Awesome

3 Mexico, May 24. -Extensive damage to biodiversity and livelihood may be expected if the gushing oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico reaches Mexican coasts, says National Committee on the Study and Conservation of Biodiversity (CONABIO). Biologist Jose Sarukhan, coordinator of the National Committee on the Study and Conservation of Biodiversity (CONABIO) said the worst toll would be for

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