Author: Odalis Buskaron Ochoa
Cuba: There are no signs of a change in US policy on Cuba
The reopening of some embassy services at the US embassy here is not a sign of a change in the government’s policy on Cuba, an academic said today.
Cuba: “I love you Cuba”, a gesture of unity after two years
Cuba today wrote a new side agreement two years ago that would allow the British cruise ship MS Bremer to dock and evacuate its passengers, five of whom were confirmed with Covit-19.
Brazil: Lula returns to Brazil from prison
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who was released from a 580-day political prison in November 2019, will return for the first time today to the capital of the southern state of Paran, Guerrero.
Costa Rica: The Spain-Costa Rica Association was highlighted in the triangular collaboration
The Spain-Costa Rica International Cooperation Program today allows the implementation of projects through triangular cooperation in other Latin American and Caribbean countries, the participants in the virtual meeting agreed to highlight.
Guatemala: Guatemalans call for support for child vaccination against Govt-19
The Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance (Mspas) today sought the support of Guatemalan families to expedite the anti-Govt-19 vaccination for children between the ages of six and 11.
Ecuadorian teachers demand pay balance Teachers affiliated with the National Council of Educators (UNE) will rally today to demand government recognition of the pay scale established in reforms approved by the National Assembly (Parliament).
Peru: Strong legal criticism of the verdict releasing Fujimori in Peru
Criticism of the Constitutional Court’s (TC) ruling, which ordered the release of former Governor Alberto Fujimori, intensifies today after intense comments by Peruvian Foreign Minister Caesar Landa and TC Judge Eloy Espinosa.
Venezuela: They will present the evidence of an offender related to Venezuelan rights
Venezuelan National Assembly President George Rodriguez has announced that he will present evidence today of links between Biaggio Benito Garofalo, a far-right man arrested in Colombia and drug trafficker.
US: Biden to hold talks with Chinese President on crisis in Eastern Europe
US President Joe Biden is scheduled to speak with Chinese President Xi Jinping today on the crisis in Eastern Europe.
US: Republicans intensify criticism of Biden over inflation
Republicans in the United States today are using public frustration with inflation to intensify their criticism of President Joe Biden and Democrats.
UN: Conflict in Ukraine is at the center of UN discussions
Conflict in Ukraine The Security Council requested that in addition to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s ongoing inspections in Russia, that it monitor Iran’s compliance with “the steps required by the IAEA Board”.
France: Convenient in the referendum, Macron began campaigning for re-election
Energy and agricultural freedom, security and employment were some of the promises made by French President Emmanuel Macron for a possible second term, a project launched just weeks before the election, which he clearly wanted.
Russia: Crimea celebrates reunification with Russia
The Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol are celebrating the eighth anniversary of their reunification with Russia today, a decision that, according to President Vladimir Putin, is on time.
Russia: The European Union will lose more than $ 554 billion due to sanctions on Russia
Russia’s trade and industry (CCI) said today that EU (EU) countries would lose at least $ 554 billion if sanctions were imposed on the country.
United Kingdom: The UK has revoked the broadcasting license of Russia Today’s TV, the British Office for Media Regulation (Ofcom) today announced that it will revoke the broadcasting license of Russian state television Russia Today (RT) ‘with immediate effect’. England.
Ethiopia: Ethiopia has increased humanitarian aid to the regional state of Tigris
According to the National Commission for Disaster Risk Management, today Ethiopia has increased the conversion of millions of citizens in the region into food and other supplies to decree to alleviate humanitarian emergencies.
Iran: Iran will export the Covit-19 anti-vaccine to Nicaragua
Iranian health officials donate the first export package of the Gov. 19 parasite vaccine Gov.
Syria: The Syrian president says the war has unmasked the West
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said today that the US-led West talks a lot about democracy and humanity, but is committing more crimes against the people of the world every day.
Palestine: Palestinian prisoners of war in Israel demand unity before the next strike
Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails today called on the people of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank to support their hunger strike, which begins next Friday.
Palestine: Palestine Condemns Israel’s Campaign to Judaize East Jerusalem
The Palestinian government today condemned Israel’s campaign to Jewish East Jerusalem, recalling violations of international agreements and UN Security Council resolutions.
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