St Vincent Elections Fair, Says Intl. Observers

0 Kingstown, Dec 15. -The observing mission of the Organization of American States concluded that the general elections in St Vincent and the Grenadines, in which Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves, won a third consecutive term, were fair and well organized. The ten delegates of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission visited all of the 229 polling sites on election day on

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Committees for the Defense, an important bastion of the Revolution

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, Sep 28. –The row-materials collection, cleaning and beautification of neighborhoods, and the active participation in the blood donation were part of the actions developed by the members of the CDR from the Cándido González Popular Council, located in Santa Cruz del Sur, on behalf of the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Committees for

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Young Hondurans Condemn Eviction from UNAH

0 Tegucigalpa, Sep 10. -The national youth front against the coup condemned the violent eviction of union workers who were on a hunger strike at the National Autonomous University of Honduras (UNAH). Last weekend hundreds of members of the security forces entered the UNAH campus to evict dozens of workers from that center who were protesting, since April, against the

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Reflections of Comrade Fidel: The Opinion Of An Expert

6 If I were to be asked who best knows about Israeli thinking, I would answer that without question it is Jeffrey Goldberg. He is an indefatigable journalist, capable of having dozens of meetings to ascertain how some Israeli leader or intellectual may think. He is not neutral, of course; he is pro-Israeli, no ands ifs or buts. When one

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