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Presidents Rafael Correa and Dilma Rousseff meet in Quito

Prior to the inauguration of the IV CELAC Summit, this afternoon January 27 in Quito, Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa and his Brazilian counterpart, Dilma Rousseff, met to review bilateral relations

G-77 plus China to condemn U.S. blockade before the UN

UNITED NATIONS.— During the UN General Assembly, the Group of 77 plus China, consisting of 134 southern nations, will once again reject the U.S. blockade imposed on Cuba, reported Bolivian ambassador to Cuba, Sacha Llorenti.

No-fly zone is prelude to invasion of Syria

Since September 22, U.S. fighter jets have been carrying out missile strikes and drone attacks against targets surrounding Raqqa, a northern Syrian city which serves as the headquarters of the Islamic State. The attacks have not been authorized by the Syrian government or the UN Security Council.

Cuban Foreign Minister meets U.S. Secretary of State

Rodríguez Parrilla insisted that the definitive lifting of the blockade is essential to the normalization of relations, and emphasized that, in the meantime, President Obama can continue using his executive powers to significantly reduce the blockade’s impact.

Fidel Castro Ruz

When Fulgencio Batista staged a coup March 10, 1952, Fidel was one of he first to denounce the reactionary, illegitimate nature of the regime and call for its overthrow

Raúl arrives in New York

The Cuban President will attend the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Summit and participate in the General Debate of the 70th session of the UN General Assembly