Syria Hopes Arab League Observers Will Be Impartial and Professional

0 Damascus, Dec. 4. -The government reiterated its expectation that Arab League observers will deliver a professional and impartial report that reflects the reality of the country.Jihad Makdisi, a foreign ministry spokesman, assured that the government is providing the necessary facilities for the inspection team to do its work in accordance with the provisions of the protocol signed with the

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Brazilian President Stresses Commitment to Eliminate Poverty

1 Brasilia, 26. -President Dilma Rousseff on Monday reiterated the official commitment to eradicate poverty in the country before 2014, while removing 16 million Brazilians from extreme poverty.The government will not rest until achieving its goal of eradicating extreme poverty, because the big and strong Brazil that is being built is not just for a few people but for all

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Cuba Reiterates Its Commitment in Fighting Terrorism

0 United Nations, Nov 15. -Cuba reiterated to the Security Council its commitment to fight against terrorism in all its manifestations and carried out by anyone and anywhere.Cuba also rejected and condemned the acts, methods and practices of this nature, regardless of motivation, especially state terrorism as one of the most abominable variants of these actions. The Caribbean country's position

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Cuba in Geneva: Right to Development without Blockade

4 Geneva, Sep 15. -Cuba on Thursday reiterated its commitment with development despite the blockade the United States has maintained on the island for over 50 years ago, during a speech at the UN Human Right Council (HRC).Cuban delegate Juan Antonio Quintanilla stated that the main obstacle for the right to the development of the Cuban people is the economic,

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Non-Aligned Movement: End the U.S. Blockade against Cuba

2 Bali, Indonesia, May 28. -The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) reiterated on Friday in this city its call for the U.S. government to end its economic, trade and financial blockade of over 50 years against Cuba. Non-Aligned Movement Opposes All Forms of Terrorism Non-Aligned Movement Emphasizes Need for UN Reform NAM Steps Up Commitment to Multilateralism The final declaration of the

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China Pushes for Talks on Korean Peninsula

1 Beijing, Dec 1. -China reiterated its call to hold talks and negotiateon the Korean issue, given the worsening of the situation on that peninsula. Under the current circumstances, it is imperative to hold talks and negotiate, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said. The reiterated request is related to the proposal Beijing made Sunday for representatives of the six-way

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Russia Backs Cuba in Fight Against US Blockad

0 Moscow, Nov 30. -Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Serguei Riabkov reiterated on Tuesday his country's support for the Cuban struggle against the U.S. economic, trade and financial blockade, which he called an anachronistic policy. During a meeting with Cuban Parliament President Ricardo Alarcon at the Foreign Ministry, the two sides referred to their collaboration in the international sphere and their

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Cuba, Spain FMs Meet in Paris

0 Paris, Jun 10. -Cuba has reiterated on Thursday its willingness to maintain a dialogue with the European Union (EU) "on reciprocal bases, sovereign equality and noninterference in internal affairs." At a meeting in this capital between Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez and his Spanish counterpart, Miguel Angel Moratinos, Rodríguez again condemned the EU's unilateral Common Position. "We reject the

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Cuban 5 Wives Case in Geneva

1 Geneva, Jun 7. -Cuba has reiterated at the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) the case of Olga Salanueva and Adriana Perez, wives of two of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who are serving long sentences in the United States. Cuban delegate Janet Román particularly referred to the "psychological violence" against two Cuban women, to whom the US government has

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Cuba Denounced US Double Standard on Terrorism

0 United Nations, May 12. -Cuba reiterated Tuesday that the unilateral making of lists by the US government accusing other countries of supposed support to terrorism is incompatible with the international right and the UN resolutions. In that sense, Cuba demanded to be excluded from Washington s list, which Havana qualified of spurious since it constitutes an unfair, arbitrary and

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