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Mexico Convenes 23rd National Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba

Mexico, Sep 19 (Prensa Latina) The 23rd National Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba was convened for September 22 and 23 in Toluca, capital of Mexico state, it was reported today. The Cuba-Toluca Solidarity Committee, of the Mexican capital, launched yesterday … Continue reading

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Cubans Believe in Improving Country with New Constitution

  Sept 16 (Redacción ¡ahora!) Cubans who are participating in the popular consultation on the Draft Constitution consider that the country will improve in several aspects if the new magna carta is approved. The debates on the Draft Constitution proposed … Continue reading

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Cuban President to teleSUR: ‘The Blockade is Inhumane’

Referring to policies implemented so far, Diaz-Canel highlighted their inspiration based on Raul Castro’s speech including the phrase “for the people, by the people” as a motto. In other words, “a government for the revolution.” Sept 16 (teleSUR) Commenting on … Continue reading

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Venezuela’s Government to Denounce Luis Almagro to UN

Caracas, Sep 15 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez announced today that they will denounce the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, before the UN for promoting a military intervention against the country. On … Continue reading

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Cuban Province Starts Beer Production

Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, Sep 14 (Prensa Latina) The factory-tavern of the Austrian beer Salm, based in Trinidad, in this central Cuban province, today began the manufacturing tests with the production of three types of beers (light, medium and dark) and … Continue reading

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Former Spanish PM Zapatero: US-led Sanctions Behind Venezuelan Migration

Zapatero explained the increase in citizen migration is due to the United States economic sanctions and showed support for Venezuela’s recovery plan. Sept 15 (teleSUR) Former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero said Saturday that the surge in Venezuelan … Continue reading

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Vietnam Inaugurates Fidel Castro Square

Hanoi, Sep 15 (Prensa Latina) As a symbol of the friendship between Vietnam and Cuba, forged in times of war and peace, a square that bears the name of Fidel Castro was inaugurated in the city of Dong Ha. Senior … Continue reading

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Cuban Workers Comment on New Constitution Draft

Havana, Sep 14 (Prensa Latina) Cuban workers involved in passenger transport today held a meeting in this capital to issue criteria on the draft of the new Constitution, supporting the amendment to the new Magna Carta. Employees of taxi companies … Continue reading

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Cuba: Economists Forum Proposes Integration without Neoliberalism

Havana, Sep 14 (Prensa Latina) Economists of Latin America and the Caribbean considered the region must go forward with an economic development project that provides social equity and economic integration, excluding neoliberal policies. Over 230 economists of 10 countries and … Continue reading

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Venezuela, China Sign Security, Energy, and Finance Agreements

President Maduro said the agreements “are perfectly aligned” with the country’s economic recovery plan. Sept 14 (teleSUR) China and Venezuela signed 28 bilateral strategic cooperation agreements in the areas of oil, mining, security, technology, finance, and health during the closing … Continue reading

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