Talks for Peace in Colombia Continue in Cuba

Havana.- (Prensa Latina) The insurgent Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People''s Army (FARC-EP), and the government of President Juan Manuel Santos, continue today their talks, as part of the peace process that both sides have been developed here since 2012. Read more ...

The Apollo spacecraft landing on the moon, the lifting of the prohibition of alcohol in Mississippi and the end of racial segregation, are the stuff of history books in the United States. However, these three events all postdate the implementation of the economic, political and financial blockade against Cuba. Read more ...

Argentinean President disqualifies hundreds of doctors graduated in Cuba

Havana, Cuba.- (acn) In what has been considered in Argentina another government anti-popular measure, rightist president Mauricio Macri disqualified 380 medical doctors graduated in Cuba disregarding their impact on the people.

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 Guatemala Holds Second SICA Meeting on Cuban Migrants

Guatemala.- Representatives of member countries of the Central American Integration System (SICA, in Spanish) are discussing today in Guatemala possible solutions for the situation around Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica.

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San Salvador.- Technical groups of the Central American Integration System (SICA, in Spanish) examine in this capital the situation of thousands of Cuban migrants who are stranded from mid-November on the border of Costa Rica.

United Nations.- Lack of safe water, and sanitation and hygiene conditions kill daily about 500 children under five in Sub-Saharan Africa, the United Nations Fund for Children (UNICEF) noticed today.

HAVANA, Cuba.- (acn) The accord signed by the Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces and the government constitutes a new and significant step in the advancements of efforts for peace.

Moscow.- Russian news media highlighted today that the discrepancies between the Kremlin and the White House on combating terrorism in Syria originate an information war with senior government figures as actors.

Caracas.- Venezuela and Colombia today move towards the regularization of their common border, as part of agreements reached by the presidents Nicolás Maduro and Juan Manuel Santos last Monday in Quito, Ecuador.