[:es]Vote against blockade in UN: 191 in favor, 2 against[:]

36 [:es]Havana, Nov 1.- For the 26th time in a row the majority of the UN member states voted in favor of a Cuban resolution on the need to lift the over 50 years long US economic, financial and economic blockade against the Caribbean nation. After a number of representatives from nations throughout the world, including the United States and

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[:es]Santa Cruz del Sur people alert to United Nations vote against blockade[:]

28 [:es]The old and genocide politics of the United States government against Cuba will never change the incorruptible revolutionary ideology of Santa Cruz del Sur people. In this land the spirit is strong to do tasks for production, education, public health, trainning for defense of the country, popular vigilance in Commitees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) and racional

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[:es]Foreign Ministers of Cuba and Venezuela Meet in New York [:]

34 [:es]New York, Nov 1.- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla and Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza Monserrat held a fraternal meeting this Tuesday afternoon in New York. During the fruitful exchange, they addressed issues of mutual interest on the regional and international agenda, and discussed the forthcoming vote in the United Nations(UN) General Assembly on the resolution condemning the

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[:es]The world united in great twitting against the blockade to Cuba[:]

20 [:es]Washington, Oct 31.- The International Committee Peace, justice and dignity to the people convened today to people in solidarity with Cuba in the world, especially those who live in the United States, to participate this morning in a great twitting against the blockade. A note of the group are based in California recalled that on November 1st, for the

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[:es]Cuba Announces New Migration Regulations[:]

16 [:es]Washington D.C., October 30.- New migratory regulations will go into effect in Cuba starting January 2018, according to an announcement made in the US capital by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla. They include the admission of Cuban citizens who left the country illegally, with the exception of those who left the island via the U.S. Naval Base in

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Cuba and the US Discuss Diplomatic Relations

0 Havana, Cuba, Jan 22.- The round of talks at the highest level in the past decades between Cuba and the United States to restore diplomatic relations will start in less than two hours in Havana city. Josefina Vidal, director-general of the US department at the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs, leads the Cuban delegation, while Roberta Jacobson, Assistant Secretary

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Cuba-USA Talks Advance in a Respectful and Constructive Manner

3 Havana, Cuba, Jan 21.- The talks between the delegations of Cuba and the United States on migration issues are taking place in respectful and constructive manner, Gustavo Machin, deputy director of the United States Department at the Foreign Affairs Ministry, declared to the press. He said that the round that began at nine o'clock today at the Conventions Palace

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PRESS RELEASE OF THE CUBAN DELEGATION TO THE ROUND OF MIGRATION TALKS BETWEEN CUBA AND THE UNITED STATES. HAVANA, JANUARY 21, 2015.

3 On January 21, 2015, a new round of migration talks was held between US and Cuban delegations, which were headed by Edward Alex Lee, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, and Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, Director-General of the US Division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, respectively. During the meeting, which was held amidst a constructive environment,

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Josefina Vidal Will Head the Cuban Delegation in Talks with US

0 La Habana, 18 Jan .- The Director of United States Affairs at the Cuban Ministry of Foreing Affairs, Josefina Vidal will head the caribbean delegation for the coming round of conversations with the United States. These mettings will take place on the 21 and 22nd of January at the Convention Palace in this capital, according to a press release

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US Jail in Guantanamo Provokes World Contempt: New York Times

1 Washington, Jan 18 .- United States should close the prison at Guantanamo naval base, causing international contempt, and prosecute detainees in US territory, noted today an editorial of The New York Times newspaper. The White House held since January 2002, a detention center in wartime in that military facility, located on Cuban territory, against the will of the Government

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