AU Promotes Pan-African University

0 Johannesburg, Dec 23. -The African Union launched the initiative of a Pan-African University with seats in Algeria, Nigeria, Cameroon, Kenya and South Africa.Spatial Sciences, Energy, Climate Change, Governability and Humanities will be included in their curricula as key subjects for the continent whose introduction will enjoy support from the Association of African Universities (AAU). South Africa will host Spatial

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Russian-Translated Books by Fidel Castro in St.Petersburg

1 Moscow, Nov 22. -Cuban ambassador to Russia Juan Valdez Figueroa launched in St. Petersburg the Russian language edition of the books by Fidel Castro "La victoria estrategica" (The Strategic Victory) and "La contraofensiva estrategica" (The Strategic Counteroffensive), diplomatic sources reported. The event, held at the auditorium of the House of Friendship of that northern city, is part of the

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Chavez Proposes to Create Oil Giants Organization

1 Caracas, Oct 8. -Venezuela''s President Hugo Chavez, launched an invitation to create a new international organization, apart from the existing ones, that would bring together the countries considered oil giants.The president referred briefly to this issue this weekend, when he spoke in the act of registration of social organizations in the Great Patriotic Pole, held at Miraflores Palace, venue

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Clashes Continue in Libya, NATO Puts off Aggression

0 Tripoli, Sep 22. -Rebel forces launched a new offensive Thursday to try to take two important strongholds of Muammar Gaddafi, encouraged by the NATO decision to put off its attack on Libya for another 90 days.The opposition gunmen led by the self-proclaimed National Transition Council concentrated their resources, and redoubled their operations against Sirte, Gaddafi's hometown, and Bani Walid.

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Book on Anti-Cuba Terrorism Launched in New York

3 United Nations, Mar 17. -The book "Voices from the Other Side: An Oral History of Terrorism against Cuba" (Huellas del terrorismo: sus víctimas hablan), by Canadian journalist Keith Bolender, was launched at the offices of the Cuban Mission to the United Nations. The book covers the history of over 50 years of terrorist actions against Cuba, unknown to U.S.

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