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Cuba invests in its mining industry

Over ONE BILLION dollars will Cuba be investing this year in key sectors of its energy and mining industries in order to increase their efficiency and achieve s... More

Syria: A Cease Fire Sitting on a Mine Field

A cease fire has been agreed upon in Syria by Russia and the United States and accepted by Damascus. But a measure of uncertainty exists on the effective scope ... More

The European Union, not united after all

Following tense days of negotiations, the leaders of the European Union were forced to make hard concessions to the United Kingdom that will ease the way for it... More

Cuba will receive Obama with hospitality and with our dignity intact

Cuba remains in the very center of worldwide interest following the announcement that the President of the United States Barak Obama will visit Havana on March ... More

Recollections on the U.S. president's visit to Cuba

When I recently learned of the request by Nobel Peace laureate Adolfo Perez Esquivel, of Argentina, to U.S. President Barack Obama, a Nobel Peace laureate hims... More

Bolivian and Brasilian presidents, Evo Morales and Dilma Rousseff
Central bioceanic railway corridor: a thrust to South American integration

A major economic breakthrough is springing to life these days that could change the face of South America. The construction of a Central Bi-oceanic Railway Corr... More

Cuban Five Express Appreciation for Solidarity Received in Cuba and Around the World

One year after the remaining three Cuban anti-terrorists –- Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino and Antonio Guerrero -- returned home from unjust imprisonment ... More

Cuban Biotechnology Laying Bridges towards Nations of the World By Roberto Morejón

The advances of sciences in Cuba, which have had a direct impact in the improvement of the nation's healthcare standards, do not go unnoticed by foreign governm... More

Paris Climate Change Summit Still Has Number of Issues to Resolve

The UN Summit Conference on Climate Change in Paris will soon come to an end, but the negotiators have not yet agreed on a text that will meet the expectations ... More

China and CELAC blended in Historic Parnership

China and CELAC –the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States-- have always been able, on the basis of mutual respect, to have an open a space for dia... More

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