Bolivia Celebrates La Paz Traditions

3 La Paz, Oct 24. -The traditions of the Bolivian capital will be celebrated with a parade and other activities today prior to the program "Patrimonial October," according to the Civic Cultural Center of La Paz. The project, aimed at rescuing the city's culture, will consist of a parade of people dressed as folk figures and vintage vehicles, among other

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Brazilian Pres. Candidates Avoid Direct Confrontation

1 Brasilia, Oct 2. -The top presidential candidates in Brazil avoided direct confrontation during the last TV debate prior to the general elections on Sunday. For a couple of hours, four of the nine presidential hopefuls exchanged questions and answers on their election platforms regarding health, housing, social services, and other issues. However, they failed to deal with current pressing

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Cuba Gives Final Touches to Polls

0 Havana, Apr 19. -Cuban authorities and voters has started on Monday the last week prior to the April 25 elections, to precise details so this democratic exercise would carry out successfully. Nearly 8.40 million Cubans will elect that date 15,093 candidates to the Municipal Assemblies of the People's Power (local governments). On May 2, there will be a second

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Bay of Pigs and the Anti-Cuba Campaign

0 Havana, Apr 14. -The fierce anti-Cuba media campaign currently developed by the US and its European allies brings to mind, these days, the similar advertising move Washington launched prior to the Bay of Pigs invasion. Just like this April, the same month of 1961 witnessed a well orchestrated media campaign against the then emerging Cuban Revolution, using the US

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