Oscar López Rivera arrives in Puerto Rico

The imprisoned independence fighter, whose unjust sentence was reduced after 35 years and eight months in U.S. penitentiaries, was transferred to his native country yesterday

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National coordinators of the countries of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC by its Spanish acronym) continue the analysis of the documents that will be presented to the leaders during the 5th Summit of the bloc.

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Oscar Lopez Rivera: Awaiting An Embrace

US President Barack Obama pardoned on Tuesday Puerto Rican independence leader Oscar Lopez Rivera after being unjustly imprisoned for over 30 years.  This news multiplied with the speed of modern times.

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The year 2016 ends for Israel and Palestine the same as it started, with regular incursions by Israel in Palestinean territories, towns and cities, frequently ending adding civil victims to a long list that started counting over 50 years ago.

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Chinese National Defense Minister Chang Wanquan expressed China''s interest in increasing military links with Bolivia to a new level, the government reports today.


Cuban former boxing star Adolfo Horta dies in Camaguey

Camagüey´s Adolfo Horta, triple world boxing champion, died on Monday night as a result of a cerebral hemorrhage for which he had been hospitalized since last Wednesday at the Intensive Care Unit of the Manuel Ascunce Doménech University Hospital. 


Funeral rites for Fidel Castro kick off in Havana (+ Photos)

Since 9 AM this Monday November 28 tens of thousands of Havana people have arrived at the Jose Marti Memorial to pay tribute to Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro, who died last Friday at 90.


Daniel Ortega, the favorite candidate in Nicaragua´s Sunday presidential elections, won 71.3 percent of the votes and made it to his first term as President of the Central American nation.


President Obama issues directive consolidating changes to Cuba policy

On Friday, October 14, U.S. President Barack Obama issued a presidential policy directive aimed at consolidating changes adopted with regard to Cuba, and making the new policy toward the island irreversible, reports Prensa Latina.