Chile Keeps Digging for Quake Survivors

The search for survivors goes on today in Chile as this South American country copes with the aftermath of an 8.8 magnitude earthquake that has killed over 700 people according to the latest count available

Venezuela Open to Talks with Colombia

Venezuela's Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro has voiced his country's willingness to enter a dialogue with Colombia based on respect to sovereignty and national integrity

Argentina President to Meet Hillary Clinton

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez will welcome US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday night, according to the presidency of the Republic

Death Toll for Earthquake in Chile Increases

The figure of deaths has already reached over 100 in Chile after the earthquake of 8.8 degrees on the Richter scale that hit the country in the early hours of Saturday, which shook the country’s central and southern areas and caused severe material damages. The earthquake, that lasted one and a half minutes and that took place at 3:34 hours, is considered by experts as extraordinarily intense, with a series of strong aftershocks of 6 and 5 degrees, according to international media outlets

Authorities from Alencon, France, express their Solidarity with Cuba

French authorities have expressed their admiration and solidarity toward Cuba, present as Guest of Honor country at the 81st Ornexpo Fair underway in the French city of Alencon

Cuba Elected Vice-President of UN Decolonization Committee

Cuba was elected this Friday, unanimously, to hold a vice presidency of the Special Committee on the United Nations Organization

Brazil and Haiti Sign Cooperation Agreements

Several cooperation agreements between Brazil and Haiti were signed in this capital, in the presence of the presidents of both nations, Luis Inacio Lula da Silva and Rene Preval, respectively

French Businessmen Interested in Expanding Bonds with Cuba

Entrepreneurs from the French city of Mortagne-au- Perche and its mayor Jean-Claude Lenoir held several meetings today with a Cuban representation to expand business ties with the island

Miami New Times Newspaper Calls Posada Carriles a Killer

Miami’s newspaper New Times called Luis Posada Carriles a killer and a terrorist in an article about his case before the US justice and the support he has received from Washington

Health Prevention Work Needed in Haiti

“We have to carry out a comprehensive work of health prevention and manage to have the population cooperate with us”, affirmed Jacouni Nema Poudiougou, a member of the Henry Reeve Internationalist Brigade now offering its medical services in Haiti


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