Positions Taken in Durban on Kyoto Protocol

2 Durban, South Africa, Dec 7. -Developing countries and industrialized nations on Wednesday confronted their positions regarding the second period of commitment of the Kyoto Protocol, one of the thorny issues of the 17th UN Climate Change Conference."CO2 global emissions are still increasing and 19 countries of the planet emit 80 percent of them," Iranian Vice President Mohammad Java Mohammadi

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International Forum with Ideas to Fight Media Silence on Cuban Five

1 Holguin, Cuba, Nov 19. -Delegates at the VII International Colloquium for the Release of the Cuban Five and Against Terrorism have proposed ideas to fight the silence of the media worldwide regarding the case of The Cuban Five.Gathered in the press room of Expo Holguin, in this eastern province, they shared their experiences in the movements of solidarity with

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Cuba in Geneva: Need for Peaceful Solutions

0 Geneva, May 31. -Cuba reiterated in Geneva the need for peaceful solutions and respect for self-determination of the peoples, regarding the situation in certain North African and Middle East countries. Addressing the 17th session of the UN Human Rights Council (HRC), Cuban ambassador Rodolfo Reyes stated that the problems in those countries should be resolved without foreign interferences or

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Belgian Lawmakers Voice Concern Over Cuban 5

2 Havana, Dec 31. -Belgian members of parliament and senators voiced their concern regarding the five Cuban antiterrorists unjustly imprisoned in the United States for the last 12 years. That concern is contained in a letter addressed to the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, and other U.S legislators and political figures, according to www.cubaminrex.cu. website. On

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Belgian Lawmakers Voice Concern Over Cuban 5

0 Havana, Dec 31. -Belgian members of parliament and senators voiced their concern regarding the five Cuban antiterrorists unjustly imprisoned in the United States for the last 12 years. That concern is contained in a letter addressed to the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, and other U.S legislators and political figures, according to www.cubaminrex.cu. website. On

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Cuba Goes to IberoAm Summit with Objectives Fulfilled

2 Mar del Plata, Dec 3. -Cuba is going to the 20th Ibero American Summit of Heads of State and Government with its objectives fulfilled regarding education for social inclusion. Cuba erradicated illiteracy in 1961, leaving behind a past in which 25 percent of the Cuban population did not know how to read and write. Later, it not only reached

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UN: Against the Blockade of Cuba Once Again

5 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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