Mexican PRI Approves Coalition for 2012 Elections

0 Mexico, Nov 17. -The Standing Policy Committee of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) approved on Thursday a grand coalition with the Green Party of Mexico (PVEM) and the New Partnership for the elections of 2012.With this alliance, the tricolor party will fight elections for the presidency of Mexico and seats in the Congress.This union will be called Commitment by

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Haitian Victims Formally Accuse UN for Cholera Outbreak

0 Port-au-Prince, Nov 9. -A Haitian civil organization formally accused the United Nations for the outbreak of cholera in this Caribbean country, and demanded an indemnity for more than 5,000 victims of the disease.Since last year, several human rights groups accused the UN Blue Helmets of the possible introduction of the disease (there were no reports on its existence) but

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People in charge of summer activities were acknowledged

1 The Headquarters of Culture Sector in Southern Camaguey planned around one thousand recreation activities for the summer, and they were successfully carried out by art instructors, art keens and with the support of the transportation enterprise from this town. The wide range of summer activities in the various communities was possible thanks to the contribution of the vehicles that

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This Week in Africa: AU Summit Discusses Libya

0 Malabo, Jul 2. -A summit meeting of the African Union (AU) rejected an international warrant for the arrest of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. An AU resolution called for peace in Libya and noted that AU member states would not cooperate with the arrest of Gaddafi or others people ordered by the International Criminal Court (ICC). The ICC recently claimed

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Hugo Chávez, Daniel Ortega Speak by Phone

0 Managua, Jul 2. -Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez telephoned President Daniel Ortega to thank him for the get-well wishes sent by the Sandinista leader. Venezuelans Support Chavez's Recovery Ortega received the "pleasant surprise" of a call from Chávez on Friday afternoon, according to Rosario Murillo, coordinator of the Communication and Citizenship Council. Chávez is recuperating in Havana after the removal

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Bolivia Resumes Genocide Trial

1 Sucre, Bolivia, Jun 30. -The genocide trial for what is known as the Black October case resumed Wednesday in the Bolivian city of Sucre, after it was adjourned due to the health problems of a defendant, an official source informed. Gen. Juan Veliz, who is being held at the San Roque Penitentiary in that city, asked for the trial's

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Cuba Hosts Congress on Ear, Nose and Throat Medicine

3 Havana, Jun 27. -The 8th Congress of the Cuban Society of Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat Medicine) begins Monday in this capital with a master lecture on the results of a regional program for the hearing impaired. Issues such as experiences in endoscopic sinonasal surgery, oncology, and ear afflictions are also the focus of discussion by delegates from Germany,

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Santa Cruz del Sur debated priorities of the coming school year

0 Santa Cruz del Sur, Jun 17. –The formation of values took an important slot in the preparation seminar for the school year 2011-2012 developed in Southern Camaguey, which constitutes a premise for the educational system along with the work with the Cuban History. Education employees debated aspects related to the prioritized objectives of the coming period, where it also

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Education staffs ready for school year 2011-2012

0 Santa Cruz del Sur, Jun 16. –This Wednesday finished the Preparation Seminar for the coming school year. The encounter was in session for three days in Santa Cruz del Sur, and all the members from this structure in the territory participated. An assessment on the prioritized objectives of the school calendar about to end was also carried out, while

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