US Blockade Against Cuba Remains Unchanged

3 Havana, Sep 16. -US President Barack Obama has fallen short on the expectations generated by his speech on Cuba and the blockade policy against this nation, said Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez on Wednesday. It is not true the president cannot change the economic, commercial and financial blockade of nearly 50 years, the minister stated. Cuba´s loss because of

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University of Havana Graduates 2,098 Students

2 Havana, Jul 7. -The most outstanding graduates of the almost 300-year-old University of Havana (UH)are holding their diplomas on Tuesday, satisfied at concluding a complex learning stage and with expectations of entering the working world. Cuerpo : The graduates received their diplomas in a graduation ceremony in the university's Aula Magna on Monday, representing 2,098 students who received their

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ECLAC: Book on Socio Economic Status in LatAm

3 Santiago de Chile, Jun 11. -A study made by ECLAC in 18 Latin American countries asks if there is correspondence between the socio-economic objective situation in the region and expectations and perceptions of its citizens. According to the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) made the study in conjunction with Latinobarometro seeking to contribute to designing

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Capping of Well in the Gulf of Mexico Continues

0 Washington, May 28. -The oil slick has been polluting the waters of the Gulf of Mexico for five weeks amid the existing expectations regarding the success of a capping operation that is being carried out. The British Petroleum company (BP) is trying to cap the oil wellhead, from where the crude is escaping, but according to experts, some days

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