Cuba Rejects USA and Allies Intention to Attack Syria

1 Havana, Aug 28.- Cuba called today to find a political solution to the Syrian crisis, and expressed its opposition to "any attempt to undermine independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria." A statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MINREX) states that "an aggression against Syria would cause serious consequences for the troubled region of the Middle East, it

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Annan Leaves Syria Optimistic, Warns on Greater Challenges

3 Damascus, Mar 12. – After a second meeting with President Bashar al-Assad, UN special envoy Kofi Annan left Syria for Qatar, but he warned about the difficulties to reach an agreement between the government and the opposition outside the country. Annan and his accompanying delegation were received again on Sunday night by Al-Assad to discuss the details of his

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Ecuador: Assembly Members to be Investigated on 30-S Coup

0 Quito, Sep 19. -Investigations on the alleged conspiracy to destabilize the government of Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, on September 30th, 2010 (30-S case) could reach assembly members of the opposition, who requested an amnesty for those involved in the coup attempt.Minister of Policy, Doris Soliz, made public this announcement during an interview at El Ciudadano TV program. Soliz referred

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Yemen President to Return to Country on Sunday

1 Beirut, Jul 16. -The anticipated return of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh on Sunday could stir tensions in a national political situation that is already volatile, as the opposition abstained from any reaction.Saleh underwent various operations in neighboring Saudi Arabia for serious injuries he received in a rocket attack on his presidential compound in Saana. Since then, it was

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Foreign Plot behind Libyan Crisis, Says Gaddafi

1 Tripoli, Feb 22. – Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi attributed opposition demonstrations in several Libyan cities to a devilish Western plot, and urged the population to defend his governmentâ�Ös economic and social achievements. In a long television broadcast address to the nation, he warned that opposition protests unleashed a week ago in Tripoli and in interior cities like Benghazi are

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UN: Against the Blockade of Cuba Once Again

2 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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In UN, Cuba Condemns Sport Talent Theft

4 United Nations, Oct 19. – In the United Nations, Cuba condemned the theft of sports talent suffered by underdeveloped nations and repeated its opposition to athletic activities where money is the only reward. UN: Aid for Sports in Underdeveloped Nations  It also vindicated the right of nations of the South to host the Olympic Games, and assured that the

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Ven Socialists Accuse Opposition of Manipulation of Polls

0 Caracas, Sep 29. -The Venezuelan United Socialist Party (PSUV) accused the opposition of manipulating its triumph in the legislative elections Sunday in which the socialists won 98 seats out of a total of 185 of the National Assembly. It is surprising how some members of the ultra right wing attempt to change the resounding victor of PSUV as their

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U.S. Begins Patrolling Mexican Border with Drones

1 Washington, Sep 1. -U.S. drones began patrolling the Mexican border today, in a measure by the White House responding to demands by the opposition, in combination with a migration reform process. The so-called drones are aircraft that are remote-controlled from land, and will begin operations on Wednesday from a military base in Corpus Christi, Texas. The secretary of the

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S. Africa Condemned US Blockade on Cuba

1 Johannesburg, May 4. -The premier of the province of Kwazulu Natal, Zweli Mkhize expressed his opposition to the US blockade against Cuba in an interview with the Cuban Ambassador to the African country Angel Villa. For almost half a century Washington has imposed a strong economic, commercial and financial fence on the island in a vain attempt to subdue

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