First Salvadoran Municipality to Be Declared Free of Illiteracy

2 San Salvador, Dec 19. -The Salvadoran municipality of Comacaran, in eastern El Salvador, will be declared the first municipality free of illiteracy, as a result of the local government´s educational programs.The celebration of the symbolic activity was announced by Salvadoran Vicepresident and Education Minister Salvador Sanchez Ceren. Sanchez Ceren informed that Comacaran, 99.4 miles east of the capital, will

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Syria Protects Embassies in Damascus; AL Issues Memo

2 Damascus, Nov 17. -The Ministry of the Interior ordered tighter security around embassies and announced that legal action will be taken against those that attack them, while the Government assesses the result of a meeting of Arab foreign ministers held in Morocco. A note made public by the main state-owned news media underlined that Syria is still committed to

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Cuba Applies Computer Science to Geology

2 Havana, Apr 6. -Accurate calculations in geology studies and the possibility of simulations are the result of computer science applied to the land sciences, and these experiences are being presented Wednesday at the international conference Geoinfo 2011. The 10th Cuban Congress on Geographic Information Science, "Geoinfo 2011," is one of several events being held in parallel with the 4th

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Bolivia, Venezuela with Projects for Peoples Independence

1 Cochabamba, Bolivia, Apr 1. -The strategy to strengthen the people's independence highlights Friday as a result of the work of the First Bolivia-Venezuela Joint Integration Commission. The event, led by Bolivian President Evo Morales and Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, analyzed different projects, above all in mining, food production, anti-drug struggle, education and hydrocarbons. According to Chavez, the efforts by eight

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UN Predicts Growth in LatAm and Caribbean

7 United Nations, Dec 15. -The economies of Latin America and the Caribbean are expected to grow by six per cent in 2010 as a result of the recovery posted by many countries in the region, according to an annual United Nations report. The Preliminary Overview of the Economies of Latin America and the Caribbean 2010 indicates that measures adopted

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Iran Warns it Will Retaliate Inspection of Ships

4 Teheran, Jun 28. -Iran warned it would retaliate inspection of its cargo ships as a result of recent sanctions approved in the United States parodying the Council of "Anti-Security." The head of Maritime Transport of the Islamic Republic, Mohammad Hossein Dajmar, affirmed that "to protect its national interests Iran will insure the use of its legal rights and retaliate

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The percentage of nominated women is higher in the current electoral process

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, apr 3. -The Santa Cruz del Sur born women represents the 35 per cent of the nominated people in the current electoral process, which means this is a major result and the starting point for new challenges in the future. This is one of the purposes of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) in the

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Almost 3,000 Cuban Victims for US Hostility

2 Havana, Apr 1. -Almost 3,000 Cubans is the result of 50 years of US hostility against the island, current target of a new phase of Washington media attacks and its traditional European allies. In favor of the White House anti-Cuban policy, some European capitals, involved during the last decade in the Pentagon military adventures in several parts of the

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