Justice for Killing of Young Saharawi Boy Demanded

0 El Aaiun, Dec 22. -Several demonstrations have been organized for Thursday and Friday in Spain, Argentina, Italy, refugee camps and in Western Sahara to demand justice for the killing of young Saharawi Said Dambar by a Moroccan policeman.A year after the killing, committed on December 22, 2010, many resistance groups called on all support organizations, associations and people to

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Bolivia: Unions Attend National People’s Congress

0 La Paz, Nov 24. -The Bolivian Workers' Center (COB) will hold on Thursday and Friday a National People's Congress that will be attended by member unions and other popular, professional and neighborhood organizations to devise a new agenda for the country. The congress, aimed at analyzing Bolivia´s current political, economic and social situation, will present a final document as

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Santa Cruz del Sur delegation participates in Provincial Assembly of the FEEM

2 Members of the local delegation representing Santa Cruz del Sur in the Provincial Assembly of the Federation of High School Students (FEEM), received this Friday an important training at the Local Education Head Quarters in Southern Camaguey. An overview of the economic and social situation of the most southern region of Camaguey and the implementation of the transformation of

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Five Hundred Journalists to Cover Elections in Nicaragua

0 Managua, Oct 29. -The Nicaraguan Electoral Supreme Council (CSE) accredited 500 national and foreign journalists to cover the presidential elections in this Central American country, said CSE spokesman Félix Navarrete Friday as told by local magazine Bolsa de Noticias. Two hundred reporters correspond to press media from several countries of America, Asia and Europe, Navarrete said. Such an accrediting

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World Boxing: Cuba Takes Three Fighters to Finals

0 Baku, Oct 8. -Cuba took three of its fighters in the finals of their respective divisions corresponding to the 16th World Boxing Championship Friday.As much Lazaro Alvarez (56 kilograms) as Yasniel Toledo (60) and Julio Cesar La Cruz (81) won their respective semifinal matches and ensured their silver medals. The most noticeable victory was the one by La Cruz,

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Summertime in Cuba: Book Night

4 Havana, Jul 1. -Book Night kicks off Friday in main squares throughout Havana and the country''s provincial capitals with a variety of literary and artistic offers. Readers and writers of all ages will participate in this event, which includes book readings, tributes, literary gatherings and book launches, as well as concerts and film screenings. This is a night to

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Brazilian Singer Simone to Perform in Cuba

0 Havana, Jun 24. -Brazilian singer Simone will arrive in Cuba Friday to offer a unique concert on Sunday at Havana''s Karl Marx Theater, but no other details have been made public. Simone, one of the most popular Brazilian singers, will have an audience of more than 5,000 spectators, followers of her career. Simone�s relationship with Cuba began in the

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Cuba Hosts Anesthesia, Reanimation Congress

1 Havana, May 10. -The Ninth Cuban Congress on Anesthesiology, Reanimation and Pain Treatment will be held from Wednesday to Friday in this capital, members of the organizing committee stated. The main objectives of the event are to analyze and debate the state of complications from anesthesia in cancer patients, pediatrics, obstetrics, and reanimation as well as in diagnosis and

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Nearly 300 Dead in US Tornadoes

1 Washington, Apr 30. -The number of people killed by tornadoes and rains that rocked the country´s southern area has almost reached 300, local media reported on Friday. The New York Times newspaper termed as terrible the situation faced by six states of the Union, in which some neighbourhoods and cities were razed. It is estimated that two thirds of

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Geneva: Cuba Denounces Manipulation of Syria Issue

0 Geneva, Apr 30. -Cuba denounced on Friday the hypocrisy and double standards that brought about a Special Session at the UN Human Rights Council to analyze the case of Syria. In his speech, Cuban Ambassador Rodolfo Reyes noted that "the hegemonic appetite of a group of powers, lead by the United States, is insatiable, and they use manipulation to

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