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Cuba condemns U.S. recognition of Israeli occupation

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The U. S. government’s announced intention to recognize the occupied Syrian Golan as Israeli territory constitutes a flagrant violation of the UN Charter and the Security Council’s Resolution 497 of 1981.

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Ten images of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall upon their arrival in Havana

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After arriving at Havana’s José Martí International Airport, the distinguished visitors placed floral wreaths at the base of the José Martí monument in the Plaza de la Revolución.

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There is but one foreign policy of the Cuban Revolution

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As extremely challenging, President Díaz-Canel described the current international situation, on March 18, during the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ (Minrex) annual review, during which the institution’s work in 2018 was fully analyzed.

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Cuban tourism grows despite U.S. obstacles

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Almost 40 hotels, providing 18,000 new rooms to be inaugurated in the medium term, are currently under construction in Cuba, where authorities remain committed to the sustained growth of the tourism industry, as the driving force of the economy.

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Díaz-Canel receives former President of Argentina

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The President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, yesterday afternoon, received the former President and Senator of the Argentine Republic, Cristina Fernández, who is making a private visit to our country.

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Cuba rejects U.S. move to hamper travel by Cuban citizens

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On March 15, the U.S. chargé d’affaires in Havana, Mara Tekach, announced that, as of March 18, the United States would reduce the validity of its B2 visa from 5 years to three months for Cuban citizens, with a single entry, with the supposed purpose of equating these terms with the validity granted by Cuba to U.S. travelers.

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Traces of the CIA in Venezuela’s nationwide power outage

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A memo leaked by WikiLeaks in September of 2010 points to the actions of the CIA in the recent nationwide power failure in Venezuela. The author is Srdja Popovic, founding member of the well-known subversive organization, Center for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS), based in Belgrade that declares the promotion of “democracy”.

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The country we build, the country we defend

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Beginning this year we must begin to reach several milestones in the construction of housing, President Diaz-Canel said, upon summarizing a meeting to analyze the work of the Ministry of Construction (Micons) in 2018 and its short-term projections.

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Juan Guaidó: From self-proclaimed President to sacrificial lamb

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History is full of self-proclaimed kings, presidents and governors. Many are to be found in literature, as well, and some of these real and fictitious figures marked eras, while others end up as protagonists of some hilarious anecdote or after-dinner joke.

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Amongst us all, we must develop a government that works for the people

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The intense working meeting held March 11, with presidents of Provincial and Municipal Assemblies of People’s Power from the entire country, and headed by Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers.