Members of Occupy LA Face Eviction

2 Washington, Nov 28. -Members of the group Occupy LA (OLA) are facing on Monday a warrant issued by the authorities of that city, who marked the Monday as the deadline for protesters to leave their camp.OLA, which has been camped outside the Mayor's Office of the State of California for over a month and a half to protest against

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Bolivia Hosts International Forum on Food

2 La Paz, Nov 21.-Bolivia is scheduled to host Monday and Tuesday an international seminar, under the slogan "Food Security with Sovereignty and Right to Food".According to a statement issued by the Foreign Affairs Ministry, the forum is also sponsored by the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) representation in Mexico. The meeting is expected to issue a statement that includes

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Havana International Fair Opens

4 Havana, Oct 31. -The 39th Havana International Trade Fair, FIHAV 2011, begins on Monday in the capital´s ExpoCuba exhibition site, in the presence of 3,000 exhibitors from 1,500 companies of about 60 countries.Despite the island's economic and financial problems, this edition is considered the most important one of the last 10 years, due to the large number of exhibitors

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Elderly people vivify their years in Soutern Camaguey

3 An encounter between elderly homes from Santa Cruz del Sur took place this Monday as parte of th activities being carried out in the elderly people’s day. From September 15th and untill October 1st , these and more activities will focus the attention of people of the third age. Meetings with retired people, the foundation club of 120 yeared

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Futsal, a summer option in Southern Camaguey

4 Santa Cruz del Sur Jul 6. -With the participation of six teams, made up of students and workers began this Monday the Futsal Cup in Southern Camaguey. This initiative was organized by the National Institute of Sports and Recreation (INDER), and its main objective is to stimulate the practice of sports. Pictures on Facebook According to Humberto Salazar Figueredo,

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USAID Announces Plan to Manipulate Cuban Teenagers

6 Havana, Jun 20. -The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced financing for new projects to interfere with communications in Cuba, above all among minors, it was reported Monday. The new plans aim chiefly at supposedly expanding the use of social media and increasing access to information that the United States finds convenient to disseminate, according to an article

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Mexican Police Continues Security Operation

2 Mexico City, June 15. -More than 300,000 police officers will continue Wednesday the first national security operation, which began on Monday to step up the fight against the country's main crime problems. The initiative was proposed by the National Conference of Governors (CONAGO) and Federal District authorities, and is aimed at stopping the wave of kidnappings, armed robberies, and

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Chinese Vice President Visits Havana Health Center

4 Havana, Jun 6. -Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping, who is on an official visit to Cuba, will visit a polyclinic in the Havana neighborhood of Vedado on Monday to observe Cuban health care achievements. According to his agenda, Xi, who arrived in Havana on June 4, will meet with authorities, physicians and nurses at the clinic. The Chinese vice

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Libya: Living Conditions Deteriorate as NATO Bombings Continue

2 Tripoli, Jun 6. -NATO intensified its air raids over this capital and other parts of Libya on Monday, further damaging the living conditions of civilians while backing the offensive by anti-government rebels. NATO warplanes and helicopter gunships fired at buildings in Tripoli where Libyan leader Muammar Gadaffi is assumed to live, as well as other armed forces and government

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