Special Reports

Washington.- Important personalities from around the world will join the International Conference to be held in Washington, DC from September 16th to the 18th against the U.S. blockade of Cuba.

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Buenos Aires.- Argentinian Cultural Center of Cooperation is displaying a photographic exhibition called "The Chronicle of an Unforgettable Day," taken during a speech in 2003 by the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, on the steps of the Faculty of Law at the University of Buenos Aires.

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Managua.- The existence of economic blockade prevents the true normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States, Venezuela''s ambassador to Nicaragua, Javier Arrue, emphasized.

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Washington.- The reestablishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States and the opening of embassies mark the beginning of a new process of dialogue to achieve normal ties, a complex path that both parties are willing to walk.

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Camagüey.- This July 20th is celebrated in Washington the ceremony that opens at embassy level the diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, after been interrupted for over 54 years, immediately after January 3rd, 1961 when the president of that time Dwight D. Eisenhower declared them broken.

Havana.- The book "Raul Castro, un hombre en Revolucion" (Raul Castro, A Man in Revolution), written by Russian writer Nikolai S. Leonov, will be launched today in this capital.

Santa Cruz, Bolivia.- The Pope of the poor, as millions of parishioners call Francis worldwide, ended his visit to Bolivia today, where he left messages of love, unity and struggle for the common good.

Camagüey.- The Cuban economy of the Republic, specifically, before the triumph of the revolution, was no more than the result of the subjugation policy of the United States and the negative effects of the capitalist division of work for the semicolonial and dependent nations.

Havana.– Cuba and the United States will open embassies in each other's capitals on or after July 20th, Cuba's Foreign Ministry announced on Wednesday, citing decisions by Cuban President Raul Castro and U.S. President Barack Obama.