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Low Pressure Area in Eastern Caribbean Could Develop into Tropical Depression

Low Pressure Area in Eastern Caribbean Could Develop into Tropical Depression

A low pressure area with showers and thunderstorms about 300 miles of the Lesser Antilles is expected to develop over the next two days with possibilities to turn into a tropical depression at it moves west-northwestwards at 15 to 20 miles per hour towards the eastern Caribbean sea.

Kaspersky Exposes Intelligence Project against Latin American Governments

The director of the Investigation and Analysis Team with Kaspersky Lab, Dmitry Bestuzhev, denounced an espionage campaign aimed at military institutions, government agencies and embassies of Latin American countries, which kicked off in 2010.

Cuba Rejects Statements by Portuguese Official against Medical Cooperation in that Country

Cuban ambassador to Portugal Johana Tablada strongly rejected critical statements against the Cuban medical cooperation in that country by the president of the Bastonario da Ordem dos Medicos, or Portuguese Medical Association, Jose Manuel Silva by describing them in a disrespectful and irrational manner.

Panama Resumes Literacy Program with Cuban Assistance

The Panamanian government has resumed a national literacy program to lower current illiteracy levels estimated at 5.5 percent down to 3.0 percent in five years, an effort that will count on Cuban assistance.

Cuban Delegation Recalls Fidel's Visit Dominican University

Cuban Delegation Recalls Fidel's Visit Dominican University

The rector of the Santo Domingo Autonomous University (UASD) in the Dominican Republic, Ivan Grullon, welcomed a Cuban delegation to attend the presentation of the book entitled "Fidel Castro, Trujillo, USA" by writer Hamlet Hermann.

Palestine's Ambassador says This is not a War but an Invasion by Israel.

Palestine's Ambassador says This is not a War but an Invasion by Israel.

Palestinian ambassador to Venezuela Linda Sobeh Ali told Telesur TV during the current Israeli invasion on Gaza Strip, which has left nearly 2 thousand deaths, that Palestine does not want to have enemies but only peace.

US Navy on Doubtful Operations in Latin America

US Navy on Doubtful Operations in Latin America

HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 12 (acn) Washington has launched a new initiative to Latin America called America Visits the Americas, which consists of expeditions, in what it calls cooperative maritime security operations to enhance inter-operational activities and build partnership to foster regional security.

Rafael Correa Highlights Cuba's Cooperation with other Nations

Rafael Correa Highlights Cuba's Cooperation with other Nations

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa said that Cuba is a champion of international collaboration in relation to its economic sector.

Evo Morales Says Fidel Castro is an Eternal Leader

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Bolivia’s Evo Morales described Fidel Castro an eternal and ever-present world leader and he stressed the support he received from the Cuban leader when he took power in 2006.

No Cases of Ebola in the Caribbean and Risk of Infection is Low

No Cases of Ebola in the Caribbean and Risk of Infection is Low

The Trinidad-based Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) says the risk of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) being imported to the Caribbean is low, while there have been no confirmed cases of Ebola in the region.

Cuban Five Granted Nelson Mandela Prize by Philly Geller Foundation

Philadelphia's Geller Foundation granted its Nelson Mandela Prize to the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who were given unfair prison sentences in the United States after they infiltrated US based violent organizations that planned terrorist actions against the Cuban people.

Another French Bank Could Bite the Dust of US Blockade

Another French Bank Could Bite the Dust of US Blockade

After imposing a record fine on the Paris' Bank BNP Paribas, US authorities are now pursuing to punish another French bank for an alleged violation of US sanctions of several countries, including Cuba.

Uruguayan President Grateful to Cuban Medical Support

Uruguayan President Grateful to Cuban Medical Support

Uruguay's president Jose Mujica thanked Cuba for its medical support over the past years, which included over 50 thousand free eye surgeries and for what he called a great lesson of ethics.

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