Author Archives: Anthony Brenner

Venezuela Warns Mike Pompeo to Avoid Tillerson’s Mistakes

March 17 (teleSUR) Venezuela’s Minister of Defense Vladimir Padrino Lopez is warning new U.S. Secretary State Mike Pompeo to avoid repeating his predecessor’s mistakes: there will be no coup in Venezuela. “If Mike Pompeo comes with the same policy that Tillerson initiated, with the same line of attack – of aggression – against sovereignty, … Continue reading

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Nicaragua Reiterates Support to Cuba in Campaign against Blockade

Managua mar 15 (Prensa Latina) The National Assembly of Nicaragua reiterated its support for Cuba in the international campaign to condemn the economic, commercial and financial blockade that the United States Government has maintained for more than half a century. … Continue reading

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Cuban Health Collaborators in Bolivia Hold Scientific Event

La Paz, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban Health Collaborators’ Clinic in Bolivia held today its 10th Scientific Conference, at which 36 papers were presented by experts on the main pathologies treated last year. All clinical specialties were represented in … Continue reading

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Cuba to Develop Six Projects with Chinese Assistance

Havana, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) Cuba received a Chinese fund worth 36 million dollars to carry out six projects to benefit key sectors such as livestock, renewable energies and hydraulic infrastructure, both governments confirmed. Cuba’s first deputy minister of Foreign … Continue reading

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Cuba Hosts Rural Women’s Learning Fair

Havana, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) The first fair on rural women’s learning and experiences in Cuba was held here with the aim of confirming the progress of women”s empowerment in rural areas. Presidents of cooperatives, farms, successful producers, all members … Continue reading

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Cuba: National Award of Music to José Luis Cortés

Havana, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) The flautist and professor José Luis Cortés, artistically known as El Tosco, will receive the 2017 National Music Award of Cuba today, as an acknowlegdment of his vast career and contributions to the country”s culture. … Continue reading

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U.S. Prepares Operation Pliers to Attack Venezuela Militarily

Caracas, Mar 16 (Prensa Latina) The United States is preparing the so-called Operation Pliers to attack Venezuela using forces from the countries of the region ruled by right-wing governments, Adan Chavez, a member of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), said … Continue reading

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Arreaza: Cooperation, Dialogue ‘Unite’ Venezuela with the Caribbean

“Enough with the threats. We must avoid imposition and achieve multilateral forums in harmony,” Arreaza said, referring to attempts by the United States to ban Venezuela from the upcoming Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru. March 16 (teleSUR) Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza presided Friday over … Continue reading

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Exchange of journalists with agricultural producers in Camagüey, Cuba

Sierra de Cubitas, Camagüey, March 16 (Radio Cadena Agramonte) – A tour of the Cooperative of Credits and Services (CCS) Juramento de Baraguá was conducted by media professionals in this municipality, as part of the program of the delegation of … Continue reading

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Havana is home to the most African embassies in Latin America

With the opening of the Kenyan Embassy in the Cuban capital, there are now 22 nations from Sub-Saharan Africa with diplomatic missions in the country. March 16 (Granma) Despite the geographical distance and economic limitations, regionally Cuba is home to … Continue reading

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