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THE FIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Gerardo Hernández: “We will also celebrate the end of the blockade”

Gerardo Hernández, Hero of the Republic ofCuba, stated his firm belief that an end to the U.S. blockade of Cuba will be seen soon,duringthe tributepaid by the Fivetoanti-apartheidleaderOliverTamboon their arrival inSouth Africa

ASIA IN 2017

The world looks to the East

The impressive development achieved by the countries of the Asian continent in recent years has resulted in a greater global influence, thus allowing us to envisage a change in the international power balance

CELAC SUMMIT

President Raúl Castro speaks to Third CELAC Summit in Costa Rica

President Raúl Castro insisted, “To develop unity within diversity, cohesive action, and respect for differences will remain our primary purpose and an inescapable necessity,” speaking January 28, during the Third CELAC Summit in Costa Rica.

FBI finds no evidence of “sonic attacks” in Cuba

Following months of investigations and four visits to the island the FBI has uncovered no evidence of the alleged “sonic attacks” against U.S. diplomatic personnel in Cuba

THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

War as a common denominator

Today, it is not uncommon to hear about conflict in the Middle East, especially when it comes to the war in Syria or Iraq, or when coverage includes North African or Asian nations

CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY IN VENEZUELA

The Revolution is staking everything on peace

Interview with Venezuelan constitutional lawyer Hermann Escarrá Malavé, member of the National Constituent Assembly Presidential Commission

War and colonialism in the Central African Republic

Conflict continues to reign in the former French colony, as various forces struggle for control of its vast gold, diamond, wood, uranium, and oil reserves

Is a trade war looming?

With the announcement that the United States is set to raise taxes on steel and aluminum imports, the Donald Trump administration might has just launched the first bomb of a trade war with unpredictable consequences

Australia and Britain Step Up Iraq War Involvement

Australia's government announced that Australian troops will be deployed in Iraq, as Britain's Prime Minister said he will send two more Tornado planes to participate in air strikes against the Islamic State group.