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UN Highlights Cuban Work in Human Rights Promotion

Havana (Prensa Latina) Thanks to the work done for decades, today Cuba has a wide international support in human rights promotion, which refutes repeated attempts to discredit the island. One of the greatest evidences of respect for Cuba was its … Continue reading

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Cuba to the forefront by respect for the rights of women

By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte Dec 14 – The mere fact of being female condemns women and girls from all over the world to see violated their human rights. Certainly, humanity has advanced in the recognition of the … Continue reading

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Northern Feed and Bean among Colorado groups that traveled to Cuba to discuss agriculture exports

Dec 15 by Samantha Fox – The Fence Post LUCERNE, Colo. — Colorado agriculture took a step toward a trade relationship with Cuba last month, despite the current embargo on the country. Colorado Agriculture Commissioner Don Brown, along with members … Continue reading

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Canada Supports Cuba in Agricultural Projects

Havana, Dec 14 (Prensa Latina) Canada”s international cooperation with Cuba is currently increased by supporting the implementation of three agricultural projects. According to Hilary Syme, head of Cooperation at the Canadian Embassy in Havana, Canada and the World Food Program, … Continue reading

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Cubans will be able to send SMS to the United States

Havana, Cuba, Dec 8.- The Telecommunications Company of Cuba, S.A., ETECSA, announced that, from December 8, 2017, from any mobile phone in Cuba, it will be possible to send international messages (SMS) to any mobile phone in the United States. … Continue reading

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Cuba Defends Role of Public Finance to Fight Climate Change

Paris, Dec 12 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Minister of Science, Technology and Environment, Elba Rosa Perez, defended today at the One Planet Summit in session here the importance of public finance in fighting climate change. The minister told Prensa Latina that … Continue reading

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Cuba represents golden opportunity for ag

Dec 12th, 2017 | By South Platte Sentinel | Editorial  Colorado – If anyone ever drops more lemons in your lap than you think you can handle, call Don Brown; the man has quite the recipe for lemonade. When not-yet- president Donald … Continue reading

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Cuba: Families Hurt Due to US Visa Suspension

“Politics always ends up affecting the poorest, the people,” said Jessica Aguila, a Cuban worker planning to visit her family in the United States. Dec 12 (teleSur) Cuban officials have told their U.S. counterparts that Washington’s decision to reduce its … Continue reading

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Education, One of Cuba’s Greatest Achievements

Havana, Dec 10 (Prensa Latina) The right to education at all levels is one of Cuba’s major achievements, and its gradual development is one of the main components the Caribbean nation”s socialist system. Despite the limitations imposed by the United … Continue reading

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Cuba Ratifies Commitment to Defending Human Rights in Geneva

Geneva, Dec 10 (Prensa Latina) Cuba’s representation before the United Nations in Geneva reaffirmed today the country”s commitment to defending human rights for all, as a fundamental principle of the Cuban Revolution. “Cuba will continue to fight against all forms … Continue reading

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