Cuban Students Ratify Support to LatAm Youth

2 Havana, Nov 24. -President of the University Students Federation, Carlos Rangel said that Cuban students support the demands and mobilizations of Latin American young people for their educational rights."Cuban students will express their solidarity with the demands of the young people of those countries when we stage a march on November 27 in homage to the eight Medicine students

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LatAm Urges Development Agenda at the WTO

0 Geneva, Oct 17. -Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Bolivia and Venezuela lead the demands to prioritize development and solutions to commercial conflicts two months short of the World Trade Organization Dec. 15-17 Ministerial Conference.The Developing Countries Informal Group, majority within the 153-member WTO have leant through debates in the latest days to address relevant topics. In the presence of the WTO

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Cuba’s Report on Blockade in France

2 Paris, Oct 6. -The Cuban embassies in France and in the UNESCO presented in this capital the report on the Resolution 65/6 of the UN General Assembly, where the Caribbean country demands to end the U.S.-imposed blockade.In the presence of diplomats from all regions worldwide, representatives from political parties, French companies, academicians, journalists and groups of solidarity with the

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Upcoming Carnivals in Santa Cruz del Sur

13 Santa Cruz del Sur, Sep 7. –With the purpose of celebrating very profitable popular parties this year in Santa Cruz del Sur, members of the Local Recreation Commission, implied people in the preparation of the least details in order to bring satisfaction to the people and to meet the demands before the usual traditional activities in this territory, are

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U.S. Begins Patrolling Mexican Border with Drones

1 Washington, Sep 1. -U.S. drones began patrolling the Mexican border today, in a measure by the White House responding to demands by the opposition, in combination with a migration reform process. The so-called drones are aircraft that are remote-controlled from land, and will begin operations on Wednesday from a military base in Corpus Christi, Texas. The secretary of the

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Cuba Boosts Railroad Recovery

2 Havana, May 12. -The Cuban Ministry of Transportation is currently boosting recovery of the country's railroad network, an initiative that, according to authorities, demands an enormous effort. To fulfill such objective, it is necessary to repair about 6,000 kilometers long (3,800 miles long)of rail tracks, buy new equipment, recover and upgrade repair-shops and increase personnel training, Vice President of

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