Sri Lanka Bombings Kill 290, Govīt Detains 24, Blames Islamist Group

Sri Lanka Bombings Kill 290, Govīt Detains 24, Blames Islamist Group

The Sri Lankan police have arrested 24 suspects on Sundayīs terrorist bombings at several churches and hotels, while death toll rose on Monday to 290 and there are over 500 injured.

Bolivian President Thanks European Legislators for Their Recognition

Bolivian President Thanks European Legislators for Their Recognition

The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, thanked the words of members of the European Parliament (EP), who highlighted the reduction of poverty and sustained economic growth in this South American nation in recent years.

Cuba and Angola strengthen collaboration with a view to the future

Cuba and Angola strengthen collaboration with a view to the future

Cuba and Angola strengthened collaboration in various sectors with a view to the future at the closing of the XIV session of its Intergovernmental Joint Commission

UN General Assembly to Mark International Multilateralism Day

UN General Assembly to Mark International Multilateralism Day

The United Nations General Assembly summons next April 24 a high level event to commemorate the International Multilateralism Day and Diplomacy for Peace, it was announced at UN headquarters.

EU provides protection to its entrepreneurs against Helms Burton Act

EU provides protection to its entrepreneurs against Helms Burton Act

In the event that Title III of the Helms Burton Act is applied, the European Union has endowed itself with antidote legislation, a Council regulation that ensures the protection of its citizens and entrepreneurs

Angola and Cuba to expand economic ties

Angola and Cuba to expand economic ties

Cuba and Angola need to expand their economic and trade relations to the level of those existing in the political and diplomatic fields, senior officials of the two countries said in a meeting held in Luanda, capital of the African country.

Italian Banking Firm fined by U.S. for transactions with Cuba

Italian Banking Firm fined by U.S. for transactions with Cuba

The Italian banking company UniCredit Group joined the entities of several countries punished by the U.S. government for allegedly violating sanctions imposed by Washington against Cuba and other countries.

Cuban VP starts official visit to Angola

Cuban VP starts official visit to Angola

The Vice President of the Council of Ministers, Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz, started this Monday an official visit to the Republic of Angola, on the occasion of the celebration of the XIV Session of the Intergovernmental Commission Cuba- Angola

U.S. sanctions British Group for violating Cuba blockade

U.S. sanctions British Group for violating Cuba blockade

The United States announced that the British Acteon Group, a provider of submarine services in the oil and gas industry, will have to pay 227,500 dollars for alleged violations of the blockade on Cuba.

European ministers reiterate rejection of U.S. blockade against Cuba

European ministers reiterate rejection of U.S. blockade against Cuba

European Foreign Ministers reiterated in Brussels, Belgium, their strong rejection of the US blockade against Cuba.


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