Damascus Condemns U.S. Anti-Syrian Stance

3 Damascus, Nov 11. – Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallen condemned a statement by the U.S. department of State urging Arab Countries to join the political and economic boycott against Syria. In a letter addressed to Secretary General of the Arab League (AL) Nabil al-Arabi, al-Moallen warns that such interference infringes the statutes of the AL Charter and the nature

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Recognizing Palestine a Must, Says Cuba at UN

1 United Nations, Sep 27. – Cuba said on Monday that the United Nations Organization has the moral, political and legal obligation to recognize an independent Palestinian State with borders before 1967 and East Jerusalem as its capital.  "It must do it with or without the Security Council, with US veto or not, with or without new peace talks," said

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Cuban FM Highlights Relations with El Salvador

1 San Salvador, Dec 8. -Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez highlighted the bright prospects for the development of political, economic, commercial relations with El Salvador. In a meeting with members of the Committee of Foreign Relations, International Cooperation and Salvadorians Abroad of the Legislative Assembly of El Salvador, several legislators appreciated Cubaâ�Ös solidarity with the Salvadorian people, mainly in health

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Santa Cruz del Sur celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the FMC

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, Ago 24. -All the members of the FMC ( Cuban Women Federation) in Southern Camagüey, always staunch defenders of the mother country ideals, celebrated a political and cultural-ideological encounter to exchange ideas about the work done by the organization,  to remember some important anecdotes and to hand over some acknowledgments on behalf of the 50th

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Increased Opposition to Anti-immigration Law in US

2 Washington, Jun 3. -US Local governments, political and social personalities reject application of Law SB 1070 approved by the state of Arizona that criminalizes immigrants. Tucson, Arizona, joined Wednesday the rejection and supported the demand presented by local police agents against the measure. Policeman Martin Escobar sued the State government in the Tucson district court last April claiming that

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South American Leaders Meet in Argentina

4 Buenos Aires, may 4. -Twelve South American leaders will meet today in Buenos Aires at the summit of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) to elect the Secretary General of the bloc, discuss the political situation in Honduras and support to Haiti and Chile, both affected by earthquakes, among other issues. Argentine Kichner Ratified as UNASUR Sec. Gral 

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Cuban President Meets Spanish Communist Leader

7 Havana, May 3. -Cuba's President Raul Castro, accompanied by the island's Communist Party Political Bureau member Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, met with Jose Luis Centella, general secretary of the Spanish Communist Party. The meeting took place last Saturday after the mass May Day parade in Havana concluded, Granma newspaper reports on Monday. Both leaders looked into international issues and

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