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Cuba Promotes Environment Friendly Power Generation

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While polluting emissions increasingly contaminate the world environment, Cuba promotes the rational use of energy and environmental protection as part of its power generation process.

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Affectionate Brazil Plan to Bring Two Million Families Out of Poverty

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Brasilia, Jun 4 (Prensa Latina) President Dilma Rousseff asserted on Monday that the Affectionate Brazil Plan will bring two million families with children under six years old out of extreme poverty. The federal government seeks to help two million poor Brazilian families with actions to benefit them in their rents, health and education.

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Cuba Celebrates World Children’s Day

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Havana, Jun 1 (Prensa Latina) Cuba celebrates the World Children’s Day with commendable results and the international recognition for protecting minors, at a time when childhood in the world is uncertain. Health, education, culture, sports, laws… in these and other areas the Cuban government and institutions have combined efforts to guarantee infants’ enjoyment.

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‘Free the Cuban 5′ Campaign Ireland Calls for More Action

Free the Cuban 5 Campaign Ireland Calls for More Action

A CALL has gone out for more people in Ireland to become active to `Free the Cuban 5′, the five men jailed in the United States for monitoring right-wing exiles plotting terrorist acts against the Caribbean island.

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Assange´s Mother Criticizes Australian Government Position

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Canberra, May 31 (Prensa Latina) Christine Assange, mother of the founder of Wikileaks, criticized the Australian government for keeping away from her son´s extradition to Sweden, who was accused of committing alleged sexual offenses in that country. Julian Assange´s mother said the authorities have been absolutely useless and have discredited the journalist from Australia.

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Vietnam: Intense Legislative Activity

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Hanoi, May 31 (Prensa Latina) Vietnamese parliament declared that it is in favor of the control of advertising, among a wide range of issues of national interest, in its last week of deliberations in the current session. During a debate on the issue most of the parlamentarians agreed on granting to the Ministry of Culture a regulatory performance of that activity, to prevent frequent violations.

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Russian President Begins First International Official Tour

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Moscow, May 31 (Prensa Latina) Russian President Vladimir Putin begins on Thursday his first international tour in Belarus, Germany, France, Uzbekistan, China and Kazakhstan, to discuss strategic ties, trade and the situation in Afghanistan, said the Kremlin. The first stop will be in Minsk, for a two-day official visit, where he will analize with his Belarus counterpart Alexander Lukashenko.

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British Supreme Court Approves Assanges´s Extradition

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London, May 30 (Prensa Latina) British Supreme Court approved on Wednesday the extradition of the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, to Sweden, where he is accused for alleged sexual assault. Assange, of Australian origin, was not in the court room when the decision was communicated in a hearing that lasted 10 minutes.

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Western Actions Complicate Syrian Crisis Solution

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Damascus, May 30 (Prensa Latina) Actions by western countries on Wednesday complicate a political solution to the crisis in Syria, as the current events reflect. Despite the calls made by UN and Arab League special envoy for Syria Kofi Annan, to put an end to violence “now and not tomorrow,” as he stated in this capital during a news conference.

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UNESCO Hosts International Meeting on Palestine

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Paris, May 30 (Prensa Latina) A two-day international UN meeting on the situation in Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories started sessions today at the headquarters of the UN Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization in this capital. The meeting, organized by the Committee for the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People and with Cuba as deputy chair.