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News on the dot February 1

News on the dot February 1

News on the dot February 1

Today we report on Cuban president’s call on sensitivity to solve problems, positive results reached in tourism sector , strengthening of early diagnosis to fight cancer, sentencing of Cuban citizen in Miami for illegal trafficking of baseball players and potential increase in hostilities due Trump's peace plan for Palestine




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News on the dot January 31

News on the dot January 31

News on the dot January 31

Today we cover information on Cuban Chancellor’s Twitter message affirming US poses serious threat to the region, Cuba’s need to produce more food to replace imports, Cuban president’s concern over attention to damages caused by earthquake, the visit of Russian FM to Latin America and China’s joint efforts with WHO to protect global health security.  




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News on the dot January 30

News on the dot January 30

News on the dot January 30

Today we refer to the governmental visit to Artemisa province, the importance of contributing to the budget as defined by Cuban Minister of Finance, the holding in Cuba of the International Congress on Health Informatics, the new accusation against Lula , another act of political persecution, and the rejection by European left deputies of US plan for Palestine.




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News on the dot January 29

News on the dot January 29

News on the dot January 29

Today we cover information on the strengthening of relations between Cuba and its overseas community, highlights on Cuban National Hero José Martí  as defined by Cuban historian Eusebio leal, the opening in Cuba of the International Meeting on Contract Law, statements by former Brazilian President Color de Mello defending Cuban health collaboration, and Iran’s definition as the “treason of the century” of Trump’s plan for Palestine.  




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News on the dot January 25

News on the dot January 25

News on the dot January 25

Today we cover information on the suspension of Cuba-Bolivia diplomatic relations by the Bolivian coup government, the offensive Cuba develops to recover the British Tourism Market, women’s role in Cuba’s historic memory as highlighted in the Todas Project, Brazilian former president’s definition as genocide of the mining tragedy in Brumadinho one year ago,   and the expulsion of two Russian diplomats from Bulgaria to which action Russia says it reserves the right to respond.




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News on the dot January 24

News on the dot January 24

News on the dot January 24

Our headlines today deals with the government visit to economic centers in central Sancti Spiritus, the priority given in Cuba to training staff working with renewable energies, the strengthening of 60 years of friendship ties between India and Cuba, Cuba’s willingness to hold talks with the US under respect and equality terms, and condemnation by Russia of interference in Bolivia’s internal affairs.  




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News on the dot January 23

News on the dot January 23

News on the dot January 23

Today we cover information on the designation of mayors to complete the Constitutional reform, Cuban FM’s criticism of Pompeo’s position on the Caribbean, assessment of food production on the island with the participation of Cuban president, Cuban Foreign Minister slamming of Bolivian de facto president’s statements on Cuban health collaborators, and closing of the Forbidden City for pneumonia outbreak in China. 
 




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News on the dot January 22

News on the dot January 22

News on the dot January 22

Our headlines today deal with information on the humanitarian cooperation between Cuba and Venezuela, further details provided by the media about vandalistic acts in Cuba, Cuba’s presence as invited guest at the Brussels tourism fair, Mexico’s concern over foreign pressure on migration issues, and Trump’s rough ride at Davos Forum.




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News on the dot January 20

News on the dot January 20

News on the dot January 20

Our headlines today deal with the elections in Cuba for governors and vice governors, Havana’s recognition among FlightNetwork’s preferences, the successful test of the first bioelectric plant in Cuba, the meeting of CARICOM and EU  to discuss regional trade, and Iran’s second thoughts as to nuclear cooperation in case of other other sanctions. 







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News on the dot January 17

News on the dot January 17

News on the dot January 17

Today we refer to Cuban First Minister’s denunciation of US financial siege against Cuba, the energy generation with sugarcane productions in then Island, the positive results achieved with the Cuban cancer drug, the call by Colombia Strike Committee for social organizations to meet, and the UNCTAC report on impact of trade disputes in the global economic expansion.