Author Archives: Anthony Brenner

Cuba Settles Exchanges, Signs Agreements at Colombian Fair

Bogota, July 20 (Prensa Latina) Meetings with businessmen and signatures of agreements have highlighted Cuba”s participation in the Agroexpo 2019 fair, closing its doors in Bogota on Sunday. The Agrarian University of Havana (UNAH) and the University of Cundinamarca, Colombia, … Continue reading

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Martinique Theater Crams to See Lizt Alfonso Dance Company

Havana, July 20 (Prensa Latina) The company Lizt Alfonso Dance (LADC) and the Failde Orchestra crammed the Great Carbet Aimee Cesaire in Martinique, with capacity for about 900 people. At the closure of each of the three shows offered there, … Continue reading

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Cuban Parapan Athletes Ready for Lima-2019

Havana, July 20 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban national flag already accompanies this Saturday the fifty athletes who will defend the colors of the Caribbean Island in the 6th Paralympic American Games in Lima, to be held from August 23 to … Continue reading

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Catholic Priest Urges End to Sanctions against Nicaragua

Managua, July 20 (Prensa Latina) Nicaraguan Catholic priest Antonio Castro called for the end of external sanctions that affect his country, which are considered by the government of President Daniel Ortega illegal and in violation of human rights. Priest Castro … Continue reading

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Diaz-Canel Welcomed Vice President of Ghana

Havana, July 19 ( Prensa Latina ) Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel welcomed Ghanaian Vice President Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia at the Palace of the Revolution this Friday. Diaz-Canel and Bawumia reviewed the bilateral relations and expressed their willingness to continue expanding … Continue reading

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120 NAM States Condemn US Intervention, Promote Multilateralism

Cuba, Venezuela, Iran and Bolivia say the U.S. foreign policy of unilateralism is destabilizing world peace, they call for dialogue among many nations. July 20 (teleSUR) The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) condemned Saturday the United State’s continued hostile policies toward Venezuela — this year’s host … Continue reading

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Cuba Ratifies Commitment to Multilateralism at MNOAL Meeting

Caracas, July 20 (Prensa Latina) Cuba will ratify its commitment to multilateralism at the ministerial meeting of the Coordinating Bureau of the Non-Aligned Movement (Mnoal), Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said Saturday. The Cuban Foreign Minister, in Twitter, stressed the willingness … Continue reading

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Russian Foreign Minister’s Latin American Tour Confirmed

Moscow, Jul 19 (Prensa Latina) The Foreign Ministry on Friday confirmed that the head of Russian diplomacy, Sergei Lavrov, will make a Latin American tour that will take him to Cuba, Surinam and Brazil, where he will participate in the … Continue reading

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40th Anniversary of the Sandinista Victory—But So Much More

By: Jorge Capelán and Stephen Sefton  July 19 (teleSUR) The 40th anniversary of Nicaragua’s Sandinista overthrow represents victory over Zamoza dictatorship in 1979 and U.S. imperialism today.  For all Nicaragua, and especially the capital of Managua, July 19 of this year, more than … Continue reading

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Chilean MP Condemns Worsening of US Blockade against Cuba

Santiago de Chile, July 19 (Prensa Latina) As one of the last desperate shots of a ruthless economic war against Cuba, the Chilean politician Hugo Gutierrez described the activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act. The lawyer and MP … Continue reading

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