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Poroshenko - President of all Ukraine?

The new Ukrainian President, Piotr Poroshenko, swore an oath to the unity of a divided country, a country at war, with some inhabitants subjected to bombings and persecution by a government supported by the West.

THE UNITED STATES

Republicans urged to embrace new approach towards Cuba

Carlos M. Gutiérrez, former U.S. secretary of Commerce, indicated in an op-ed published by The New York Times that Republicans should cast aside past positions and join the steps that the White House is taking towards relations with the island

COLOMBIA PEACE TALKS

Guarantor nations express concern over escalating conflict

According to the statement read out at the Havana Convention Center, site of the peace talks, “Progress made at the table, and the important agreements on three points of the conversations agenda, must be preserved.”

Mexico will not allow Ayotzinapa’s 43 missing students to be forgotten

Six months after the forced disappearance of 43 Ayotzinapa students, their families and the people of Mexico continue to fight for justice within the country and internationally, to ensure the case is not forgotten as so many others have been.

COLOMBIA

An administration focused on peace

Peace will be the central axis of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos’ second term, which began August 7, with a commitment to persevere toward the goal of achieving peace as fundamental to the country’s development, via talks underway in Havana between his government and the Revolutionary Colombian Armed Forces-People’s Army (FARC-EP).

VENEZUELA

Initiative launched to expand employment for the disabled

The Venezuelan government is organizing a series of employment fairs to increase the number of disabled persons in formal employment, as part of efforts to guarantee the disabled their full rights as citizens.

Ninth anniversary of mission Barrio Adentro

Caracas.— June 12, Mission Barrio Aden­tro II, launched by Bolivarian leader Hugo Chávez in 2005, celebrated its ninth anniversary with positive results in the medical care it provides to the Venezuelan population.