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Cuba and U.S. sign cooperation agreement on meteorological and climate issues

The agreement, signed by the Institute of Meteorology (Insmet) affiliated with Cuba’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment; and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, will address issues related to weather forecasting

Book Fidel Castro: Guerillero del Tiempo presented in Shanghai

The launch of the Mandarin edition of the book is just one of the many activities being carried out this year by the Cuban embassy in China to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two nations


Post-2015 education agenda analyzed

LIMA.— On October 31, Cuba’s contribution to eradicating illiteracy in various Latin American countries was highlighted during the first event of the Regional Meeting of Latin American and Caribbean Ministers of Education.

Syria, six years of manufactured war

Despite pretexts about fighting terrorism and human rights, the conflict in Syria is about the imposition of an economic and political order which protects the interests of Western powers and their regional allies

FARC-EP suspends arms and munitions purchases

FARC-EP Senior Commander, Timoleón Jiménez, confirmed today that he ordered the suspension of arms and munitions purchases by all factions of the main guerilla organization involved in the longstanding Colombian conflict

May Day around the world

International Workers Day marked by protests across the globe


Trafficking in persons: Life is not a commodity

Trafficking in persons, considered to be a “21st century form of slavery,” is a phenomenon that transcends borders and demonstrates that in many parts of the world, human rights are still not guaranteed

Maduro: Venezuela demands respect

Nicolás Maduro criticized the interventionist attempts of certain nations that have allied with Venezuela’s domestic extreme right to destabilize the government