Venezuelan Opposition Tries to Dismantle Achievements of Revolution

29 Caracas, Jan 24. -The government proposal presented by the right-wing Democratic Unity Board (MUD) is aimed at dismantling the achievements of the revolution led by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, Earle Herrera, deputy to the National Assembly, said.The lawmaker from the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) considered that the debate by MUD candidates on the guidelines of the program

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Correa Says Ecuador is Not a Polarized Country

1 Quito, Jan 2 . -President Rafael Correa said that Ecuador is experiencing a period of institutional consolidation of democracy and denied that the country is completely polarized between supporters and opponents of the government.Those who do not agree with the government are certain media and economic powers, said Correa in an interview with the newspaper El Comercio, and he

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Brazil: World Fifth Economy by 2015

1 Brasilia, Dec 28. -Minister of Finance Guido Mantega said that Brazil will outpace France and will become the fifth largest economy worldwide by 2015, only led by the United States, China, Japan and Germany.In remarks to journalists in Sao Paulo, Mantega said that this is a forecast made by the International Monetary Fund, but he personally considers that Brazil

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Bolivian Government Reinforces Anti Drug Fight

0 La Paz, Dec 10. -Bolivia´s Vice President Alvaro Garcia said that the government will reinforce mechanisms to make more effective the fight against drug trafficking in the country.Questioned by press reporters about a report of the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), which mentioned operations of Mexican and Colombian drug cartels in Bolivia, Garcia referred this Friday to the statements

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Cuban Students Ratify Support to LatAm Youth

2 Havana, Nov 24. -President of the University Students Federation, Carlos Rangel said that Cuban students support the demands and mobilizations of Latin American young people for their educational rights."Cuban students will express their solidarity with the demands of the young people of those countries when we stage a march on November 27 in homage to the eight Medicine students

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Five Hundred Journalists to Cover Elections in Nicaragua

1 Managua, Oct 29. -The Nicaraguan Electoral Supreme Council (CSE) accredited 500 national and foreign journalists to cover the presidential elections in this Central American country, said CSE spokesman Félix Navarrete Friday as told by local magazine Bolsa de Noticias. Two hundred reporters correspond to press media from several countries of America, Asia and Europe, Navarrete said. Such an accrediting

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U.S. Congresswoman Describes Cuban Children as Dangerous

1 Havana, Oct 19. -U.S. Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, known for her ties with Cuban-American terrorist groups based in Miami, said that the presence in the United States of the Cuban children's theater company La Colmenita undermines "U.S. foreign policy priorities and national security interests". In a letter dated 17 October to Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, the chairwoman of the

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Workers in EPISUR work hard to boost production

2 Ferrocement boat 117 is on the vanguard in the emulation being carried out by the boats of EPISUR Fishing Industry in Santa Cruz del Sur, said Maria Emilia Ferrales, secretary general of the Union’s Bureau.Six base sections participate in this struggle where shrimp, lobster, fish lines are included. The main objective is to achieve the goals set, which represents

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Cuban Rower Seeks Pan-American Podium

0 Guadalajara, Mexico, Oct 19. -Cuban rower Angel Fournier, open weight single scull, on Wednesday said he was able to compete for the gold medal on the final day of the rowing competition to be held in the city of Ciudad Guzman.In statements to Prensa Latina, Fournier said he was relaxed and motivated to perform a task that will provide

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Caricom Focuses Expectations in Summit with Cuba in December

0 New York, Sep 28. -Foreign Ministers of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) said that the summit between Cuba and the regional bloc in December will be an opportunity to strengthen cooperation, economic relations, and to increase investment. Cuba is special to the Caribbean and there are many expectations for the meeting, said the foreign ministers of the Community, who met

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