Special Reports

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Brussels.- The final declaration of the Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and the European Union (EU), to be concluded today here, rejects the blockade on Cuba and its extraterritorial effects.

Camagüey.- Neither Fidel Castro nor Cuba were wrong when on October 6th, 1976 came to the island the sad news about the criminal demolition of the Cuban's plane in front of the coasts of Barbados. The killers did not conceal the macabre pleasure that reaped the life to 73 passengers, among them, 24 sportsmen of the juvenile national team of Fencing.

Camagüey.- Although the big media of the transnational companies of the press do not mention the executive order of the president Barack Obama declaring Venezuela a threat for this country, they do implement one of its postulates, destabilizing the bolivarian nation by means of public opinion that reduce the authority and prestige of its principal leaders.

Havana.- Serbia's President Tomislav Nikolic begins today an official visit to Cuba, in which he will hold talks with the island's Head of State, Raul Castro.

Cairo.- Egypt proposed that the UNESCO Convention includes the total theft of the historic heritage of the Arab countries, it was released during the conference on Cultural Property that ended today here.