Havana, Tuesday 23 de September de 2014 08:19 am
Ban Ki-Moon Meets with Cuban Foreign Minister

Ban Ki-Moon Meets with Cuban Foreign Minister

United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon met on Sunday with Cuban foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez, who is heading the island's delegation to the high-level segment of the 69 Session of the General Assembly, to open sessions on September 24.

Cuban vice-president Winds up Visit to Vietnam

Cuban vice-president Winds up Visit to Vietnam

The first secretary of the Cuban Communist Party in Havana and country's vice-president Mercedes Lopez Acea wound up a working visit to Vietnam, where she met with the general secretary of the Vietnamese Communist Party, Nguyen Phu Trong.

UNESCO Acknowledges Cuba's Contribution to Slave Route Project

Cuba's contribution to the Slave Route Project was acknowledged in Paris by Ali Moussa, head of the UNESCO initiative, the purpose of which is to show the scourge of trade and the African influence in the world.

Uruguayan Senator Describes Guantanamo Prisoners as Kidnapped People

Uruguayan Senator Describes Guantanamo Prisoners as Kidnapped People

Uruguayan Senator Lucia Topolansky said on Sunday that while receiving six prisoners of the Guantanamo Naval Base her country contributes to "take a horrible action to pieces."

Author of "Cuba si, Yanquis No" Dies in Colombia

Author of "Cuba si, Yanquis No" Dies in Colombia

The death of popular Colombian fighter and revolutionary singer-songwriter Alejandro Gomez Roa, creator of the legendary song Cuba si, yanquis no, leaves an unforgettable mark of profound links with the Caribbean island, a vital cycle that will last forever.

Ban Ki-moon Calls Raul Castro, Requests More Intl Aid to Stop Ebola

Ban Ki-moon Calls Raul Castro, Requests More Intl Aid to Stop Ebola

Un Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has telephoned several world leaders over the last few hours to request help for African nations hit by the Ebola fever virus, informed his spokesman on Tuesday.

Tsunami of Letters for the Five at the White House

Thousands of messages are at the doors of the White House on Friday demanding the release of the three anti-terrorist Cubans held in US prisons since 1998.

Colombian Guerrillas Announce Proposals to Advance Peace Dialog

Colombia's Revolutionary Armed Forces-People's Army (FARC-EP) announced new proposals on the issue related to the victims of the armed conflict in an effort to advance the peace process agenda underway in Havana.

Louis Farrakhan Reiterates Admiration for Fidel Castro

The leader of The Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan said in Barbados that Fidel Castro made solidarity among the peoples the reason of his existence.

Cuba says Socialism is Viable amidst Current World Crisis

Cuba says Socialism is Viable amidst Current World Crisis

Cuba defended at the 20th Sao Paulo Forum, in Bolivia, the viability of Socialism amidst the current world crisis, which causes violence, instability, discontent and insecurity in many countries.

Work by Cuban Artist at "We Draw for Gaza" Exhibition

A piece by Cuban artist Fabian Sotolongo is part of the collective exhibition "We Draw for Gaza" on display at the Mahmoud Darwish Museum of Palestine, against the Israeli genocide at Gaza Strip supported by the U.S. government.

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.

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