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Ecuador Begins Decisive Campaign to Elect Correa’s Successor

Until next March 30, the two aspirants to the maximum position will travel throughout the national territory to present their proposals for government

Julian Assange Says Leaks Show CIA ‘Devastating Incompetence’

Assange made the statement in a press conference streamed live from Ecuador’s embassy in London, where he has been living as a since 2012

Oscar López Rivera Will Complete Sentence in Puerto Rico

The Puerto Rican independence fighter was transferred to his native country to complete the sentence which ends next May 17

Jovenel Moise Sworn in as Haiti’s New President

Jovenel Moise was sworn in as the president of Haiti Tuesday morning, following an extended, complicated and violent two-year election cycle

More than 40 Nations to Attend Havana International Book Fair

The international event will be also attended by 61 national and 75 foreigner exhibitors stemming from Peru, Spain, Mexico, Venezuela, Russia and China

AU Summit Ratifies Condemnation of US Blockade against Cuba

The Summit, held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, also called for unity to uphold the maintenance of peace and stability in the continent

Cuba Considers Obama’s Migratory Decision an Important Step

Cuba considers a positive step forward in improving relations with the USA an agreement announced yesterday by President Barack Obama to secure regular, safe and orderly migration between the two countries. Obama’s declaration does away with the so-called ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy that guaranteed any Cuban arriving in US territory, no matter how, to […]

Oceania Visitors Express Admiration for Cuba

The members of the Cruz del Sur Solidarity Brigade have expressed their admiration for the Cuban Revolution and its historic leader Fidel Castro since they arrived in Sancti Spiritus last Saturday

Cuba Mourns Death of Interior Minister Carlos Fernández Gondín

The also Hero of the Republic of Cuba passed away on Saturday due to complications from a chronic disease, according to a press release from the Council of Ministers

Presidential Candidates Begin Campaign in Ecuador

The eight candidates to Ecuador Presidency began a race to gain followers for their government programs, following the start of the electoral campaign for the general election

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