U.S. Congress Ratifies Restrictions against Cuba

3 Washington, Dec 16. -The U.S. Congress rejected a legislative proposal that would allowed Cuba to purchase goods in that country.U.S. congressional leaders, pressured by conservative lawmakers of Cuban origin, agreed to eliminate the initiative presented by Republican representative Jo Ann Emerson to ease Cuba's payments, which should be made on cash and in advance. In 2001, The U.S. Congress

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Cuban Anti-terrorist Rene Gonzalez Released from U.S. Prison

1 Havana, Oct 7. -Cuban anti-terrorist Rene Gonzalez, imprisoned in the United States for 13 years, was released Friday from a prison in Marianna, Florida, but he must serve a three-year term of supervised release in that country. Cubans Awaiting True Release of Anti-terrorist Gonzalez left prison at 4:30 a.m. local time today. His two daughters Irma and Ivette, his

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Greece Hopeful about Extraordinary EU Summit

1 Athens, Jul 20. -Greece is pinning all its hopes on an extraordinary European Union Summit convened to find a solution to the economic debacle in that country, which has triggered new fears of its possible spread to the eurozone.The Greek government said in a press release Wednesday that EU summit on Thursday in Brussels is decisive both for Greece

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