Author Archives: Greta Jean

Venezuela’s UN Ambassador Hits Out at US Double Standards

Ramirez also condemned the U.S. attempts to use the U.N. Security Council to promote an intervention in Venezuela The Venezuelan ambassador to the United Nations Rafael Ramirez has said the United States is consistent with its aggressive attitude on a unilateral basis, but contradictory within the Security Council. … Continue reading

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Cuban Dance Troupe to Open Dancing Festival in Russia

Havana, Sep 18 (Prensa Latina) Cuban ballet troupe Danza Contemporánea de Cuba (DCC) confirmed Monday that it will open the 2017 edition of the Russian International Dance Inversion Festival in Moscow on September 25, by an invitation by prestigious Russian … Continue reading

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Dominican Ship Arrives in Cuba with Humanitarian Aid Irma’s Victims

Havana, Sep 18 (Prensa Latina) A ship from the Dominican Republic’s Navy arrived in this capital today laden with a humanitarian aid to help Cubans during the recovery works after Hurricane Irma hit the country. According to Frigate Captain MacDonal … Continue reading

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Restoration of Water Supply Benefits 25,000 Cubans Affected by Irma

Sancti Spíritus, Cuba, Sep 18 (Prensa Latina) More than 25,000 residents in this central Cuban city benefit today from the restoration of the pipeline that supplies water to the southern part of the city, interrupted after Hurricane Irma hit the … Continue reading

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Cuban Vice-President Highlights Recovery after Irma Hurricane

Matanzas, Cuba, Sep 18 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Vice-President Ramiro Valdés said today that the country is advancing in the recovery phase, after being severely affected by Hurricane Irma along the north coast of the country. Valdes noted during a meeting … Continue reading

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Global Social Movements Boost Solidarity with Venezuela

“We have tried to see the reality through the encounter with the people and their leaders,” Nino Pagliccia. Members of the international social movements taking part in the “We are all Venezuela” solidarity summit in Caracas have being seeing the reality of life in the country with their own eyes rather … Continue reading

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U.N. provides Cuba with food aid after Irma rips up coast

HAVANA (Reuters) – The United Nations’ World Food Programme said on Saturday it was launching a $5.7 million operation in Cuba to help feed nearly 700,000 people in areas most affected by Hurricane Irma. The monster storm ripped last weekend … Continue reading

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Cuban Hero Urges to Strengthen Use of Networks to Fight for Venezuela

Caracas, Sep 17 (Prensa Latina) The president of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP), Fernando Gonzalez, noted here the contribution that social networks can make today to defend the countries” truth. The Cuban social activist, who is … Continue reading

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WFP Presents Food Aid for Cuba for Those Affected by Hurricane Irma

Havana, Sep 17 (Prensa Latina) World Food Program (WFP) Executive Director David Beasley has announced the donation of 1.5 million dollars in food, and a food aid valued at 5.7 million dollars for those affected by Hurricane Irma. After visiting … Continue reading

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French Organization Renews Support for Cuba and Venezuela

Paris, Sep 17 (Prensa Latina) The Cuba Yes France solidarity organization has renewed its support for the Caribbean island and Venezuela in the wake of the current complex situation in Latin America, at the L”Humanite festival, which ends today. The … Continue reading

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