Fidel Castro Greets Cuban Workers in Haiti

1 Havana, Dec 25. -Leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro sent regards to Cuban health workers who arrived on Friday to Haiti, where they will help fight cholera. Deputy Health Minister Marcia Cobas conveyed Fidel Castroâ�Ös message expressing his certainty that they will fulfill their mission in the sister nation. A total of 40 nurses, 17 physicians and three

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U.S. Recalls Energy Drinks from Markets

2 Washington, Dec 16. -Drinks containing a mixture of caffeine and alcohol were recalled from the U.S. market because they cause addiction and increase risk behaviors. Its fruit taste masks the alcohol whose concentration is 12 percent stronger than normal beer. A can of 694 ml can have as much caffeine as a cup of coffee, said U.S health officials.

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Raul Castro Meets South African President

3 Havana, Dec 7. -Cuba's President Raul Castro held official talks with his South African peer Jacob Zuma at the Palace of the Revolution, in which they dealt with bilateral and international issues. Cuba and South Africa for Better Economic Links The visitor was awarded with the Jose Marti Order, the highest decoration given by Cuba. After the protocol ceremony,

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Working efficiently in Cultisur in order to fulfill anual plan

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, Oct 14. –Workers from the Shrimp-Breeding Enterprise in Santa Cruz del Sur plan to increase the shrimp productions in order to get close to the year benchmarking, and to achieve this, they are working harder in the final four-month period of the year. Cultisur (name of the enterprise), which has been running for 23 years,

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I Am Optimistic On Rational Grounds

1 ACN, Ago 21. -The days pass. One after another, they go by quickly. Some people are getting anxious. I, on the other hand, am calm. I share with our workers the results they are achieving in their work, in the midst of the blockade and the other accumulated necessities. Our country is one of those which is most prepared

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Correa: Ecuador Would React to Future Attacks

0 Quito, Apr 20  Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa warned that they do not rule out the possibility of using their military forces, if Colombian army attack them again, as in Angostura, Ecuadorian media highlights on Tuesday. In Caracas, Venezuela, Correa rejected flatly the statements of the Colombian presidential candidate, Juan Manuel Santos, who was the Minister of Defense when the

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