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Keiko Fujimori proclaims her party the leading political force in Peru

Neoliberal candidate Keiko Fujimori, who won the first round of the presidential elections in Peru on April 10 with a wide majority, according to an unofficial quick count of ballots, told her supporters that the result establishes her party as the leading political force in the country

U.S. House of Representatives votes to intensify blockade of Cuba

A series of amendment were included in the draft fiscal year 2017 Financial Services and General Government Appropriations bill, which was approved in the lower house of Congress, including a prohibition on travel to Cuba for certain educational exchanges

Efforts to maintain dialogue in Venezuela continue

Efforts to advance in maintaining a dialogue in Venezuela continue despite little interest on the part of the opposition, and calls from abroad in support of intervention, Prensa Latina reported

Hiroshima commemorates atomic bomb horror

The Mayor of Hiroshima referred to the need to create security systems that exclude military might and called for the total elimination of nuclear arms

Cuba criticizes inaction by Security Council over Palestine

The Island’s permanent representative to the United Nations criticized the Security Council’s failure to adopt a single resolution demanding Israel end its aggressive policies and colonial practices against the Palestinian people

Japan demands end to U.S. blockade of Cuba

In a letter sent to U.S. President Barack Obama, the Japan-Cuba Friendship Association demanded and definitive end to the blockade imposed on the Caribbean island and the return of the illegally occupied Guantánamo Naval Base territor

Colombian government and FARC-EP draw closer to peace

Delegations from the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People's Army (FARC-EP), announced today, June 22, that they have reached agreement on a ceasefire, the laying down of arms, and a definitive end to hostilities

Spain and the phantom Republic

Felipe VI began his reign in Spain amid difficult economic circumstances and a turbulent citizens movement calling for a referendum, to decide between a monarchic State and a Republic.