Author Archives: Anthony Brenner

International Meeting of Dance Academies to be Held in Cuba

Havana, Mar 18 (Prensa Latina) The 3rd International Meeting of Exchange between Dance Academies opened Monday in Havana, with the participation of artists from Mexico, Colombia, Nicaragua and Cuba. Workshops, master classes and conferences by specialists such as Fidel Pajares, … Continue reading

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Honduran Organizations Reject Meddling in Venezuela Internal Affairs

Tegucipalga, March 18 (Prensa Latina) On Monday, the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (Copinh) rejected any type of participation in Venezuela”s internal affairs, including a military intervention. In an act of solidarity, Copinh expressed his fraternity … Continue reading

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Subsidiaries Praise Cuban Project ‘Psicoballet’ in Other Nations

Havana, March 18 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban psychoballet therapeutic project strengthens its presence in Latin America, the Caribbean and European nations, stressed Monday the creator of this treatment method for people with special needs, Georgina Fariñas. The special dancing therapy, … Continue reading

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Havana Film Festival to Show Film on Star Cuban Ballet Dancer

“Yuli” a film on the celebrated Ballet dancer from Cuba, Carlos Acosta will be showed in Havana Film Festival in New York. March 18 (TeleSUR) “Yuli”, a film inspired by the life of Carlos Acosta, the famous Cuban ballet dancer … Continue reading

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Venezuela Denounces Unlawful Seizure of Diplomatic Premises in the US

The forcible occupation of diplomatic premises is a clear violation of the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. March 18 (TeleSUR) The Venezuelan Foreign Affairs Minister Jorge Arreaza denounced Monday that the country’s diplomatic premises in the United States have been forcibly … Continue reading

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Cuban-Venezuelan Program Returns Eyesight to 700,000 Bolivians

The program offers 100 percent free optometry consultations, exams, surgeries and medications to low-income people. March 18 (TeleSUR) Operation Miracle, the free Cuban-Venezuelan eyecare program has brought back sight to more than 700,000 Bolivians in the last 12 years. RELATED:Bolivia … Continue reading

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President Maduro to Carry out Deep Government Restructuring

The Venezuelan leader will begin a restructuring of the ministerial cabinet to optimize the government’s management. March 17 (TeleSUR) Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro will carry out a restructuring of the executive cabinet to protect the operation of the national government … Continue reading

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Russia Calls US Intervention in Venezuela ‘Unacceptable’

Russian officials will meet with the U.S. special envoy to convey the unacceptability of the U.S. actions against both Venezuela and Russia.  March 17 (TeleSUR) The Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Sergei Ryabkov announced a meeting with the United States special envoy to Venezuela Eliot Abrams, in … Continue reading

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Cuba’s Importance in Ethiopia’s History Highlighted

Addis Ababa, Mar 16 (Prensa Latina) What we are today we owe it to the courage and solidarity of the Cuban Revolution and leader Fidel Castro at a crucial time in our history, said Abebe Ayalew, a representative of the … Continue reading

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More Than 20 Countries Attend Fiagrop 2019 in Cuba

Havana, Mar 18 (Prensa Latina) With attendance of delegations from 22 countries, the 22nd International Agribusiness and Food Fair, FIAGROP 2019, has opened on Monday at Rancho Boyeros fairground in Havana. In addition to the exhibition and marketing of large … Continue reading

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