Cuba Sentences Former Deputy Food Industry Minister

0 Havana, Jun 10. -The People´s Provincial Court of Havana issued a sentence of five years'' prison for the former deputy minister of the food industry, Celio Hernandez, and sentenced 10 other officials of that ministry and of the Rio Zaza joint venture. The defendants, including four women, received sentences of three to five years after being convicted of bribery

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Cuba: Fruitful Migration Talks with USA

1 Havana, Jan 13. -The Cuban delegation to the round of migration talks between Cuba and the United States held in Havana on January 12, 2011, issued the following press release:   A new round of migration talks between the United States and Cuba took place on January 12, 2011. Both countries' delegations to the meeting were headed by Mrs.

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Lat Am Students Back Fidel Castro’s Message

1 Pretoria, Dec 16. -Latin American students on Wednesday issued a statement of support for the message sent by the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, to participants in the 17th World Festival of Youth and Students. Youth Festival Unites the World in South Africa The event, which was first held 63 years ago, has bruoght together in South

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UN: Against the Blockade of Cuba Once Again

5 United Nations, Oct 23. -After the recent stream of condemnation issued here by dozens of world leaders regarding the U.S. blockade of Cuba, the General Assembly is preparing on Saturday to reaffirm that opposition with an overwhelming vote. Venezuela Hosts Forums on U.S. Blockade of Cuba For 19 years in a row, and again on Tuesday, the forum will

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Mexico Confirms Arrests of Los Zetas Hit Men

5 Mexico, Sept 6. -Mexican authorities issued arrest warrants on charges of organized crime for seven alleged member of the Los Zetas gang, including six non-Mexicans, federal government sources confirmed. A joint communiqué from the Secretariat of the Interior and the Attorney Generalâ�Ös office released the names of the suspects and other details of the case. Six of the suspects

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