UK Refuses Granting Safe Conduct to Assange

4 London, Aug 20.- The United Kingdom refused today granting a safe-conduct for the founder of the alternative site Wikileaks, Julian Assange, to leave the country, because of the political asylum granted by Ecuador. Under our law, we are obliged to extradite him to Sweden. We intend to comply with that obligation, a spokesman from Prime Minister David Cameron stated

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UK: Violent Riots Spark Crisis

0 London, Aug 9 .- The United Kingdom is facing a serious crisis after three consecutive days of riots in various cities, unleashed after police shot a man to death. Prime Minister David Cameron, who cut short his vacation due to the conflict, affirmed that he would do everything possible to restore order in the capital and elsewhere, as street

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Alicia Alonso Happy about Seville and London Tributes

0 Havana, Oct 19. -The director of the National Ballet of Cuba, Alicia Alonso returned to Cuba with the lingering taste of tributes she received in Spain and the United Kingdom for her 90th birthday. In a brief conference after arriving at Jose Marti International Airport, she gratefully recalled the tributes paid to her in the Maestranza in Seville and

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New Book on Terrorism against Cuba

369 London, Jul 29. – Voices from the other side: An oral history of Terrorism against Cuba is reviewed today by Pluto Press, authored by Keith Bolender, who will be on a book signing tour of the United Kingdom next September. In the introduction to this book, academic Noam Chomsky details the history of US governmentsÂ� violent and often bizarre

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