Pope Officiates First Mass in Mexico

Pope Benedict XVI on Saturday officiated his first mass in Mexico, held at the chapel of the Miraflores College and only attended by the Papal entourage, other priests and nuns from the local congregation.»

ALBA to Demand End of Blockade against Cuba

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro said that the member countries of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Peoples of the Americas (ALBA) will require the immediate cessation of the U.S. blockade against Cuba in the Summit of the Americas, to be held in the city of Cartagenas, in Colombia.»

US University Professor not Allowed to Lecture in Cuba

Alan S. Hoffman, an American professor from Washington University was unable by the Treasure Department of the United States (US) to give classes in a course on biomaterials in Cuba, the website of the Foreign Ministry denounced. As consequence of the blockade of the U.S against Cuba, Professor Hoffman may …»

President Hugo Chavez Back in Venezuela

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced on Friday afternoon by way of the Twitter social network that he’s back in his country from Havana, where he underwent surgery and rested following medical recommendations.»

Evo Morales Arrived in Colombia to Meet with Santos

Bolivian President Evo Morales, arrived to Bogota on Thursday to meet his first state visit to Colombia, where he will meet with his counterpart, Juan Manuel Santos, to endorse the commitments of friendship and cooperation of both parties.»

Syrians Stage Peace March

On the first anniversary of the crisis that has affected Syria due to armed violence and terror, in addition to foreign reprisals, hundreds of thousands of Syrians across the country joined the March for Peace on Thursday.»