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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.




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News on the dot January 16

News on the dot January 16

News on the dot January 16

Today we cover information on the preparations underway in Cuba to elect provincial governors, Cuba’s continued efforts in fostering links with it emigrants , the new Cuban economy strategy aimed at greater development in the country, the violence against indigenous people in Brasil, and the coordination of tasks and strategies for 2020 by ASEAN foreign ministers.




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News on the dot January 15

News on the dot January 15

News on the dot January 15

Today we cover information on a look into Cuba’s Life Task Program to counter climate change, the call to increase exportations as vital component of Cuban economy, the censure of Cuban migrants for the desecration of busts of Cuban Hero in Havana, the call by Venezuelan president to increase national productions, and the blocking in France of five ports in protest for the pension reform.




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News on the dot January 14

News on the dot January 14

News on the dot January 14

Today our headlines refer to Cuba’s commitment with multi-literalism and peace, the proximate arrival in Cuba of the 27th South American Brigade of Solidarity with Cuba, Cuban doctors extended work in rural Suriname zones, the illegal tracking and wiretapping denounced in Colombia, and the failure of a truce signed by Libyan general in Moscow.




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News on the dot January 13

News on the dot January 13

News on the dot January 13

Today we cover information on the voting trial in Cuba for the proximate governors elections, the affirmation by second secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba that the Cuban Small Farmers Association must count on women for their work, the living legacy of José Martí in Santiago de Cuba, statements by Evo Morales urging to restore the Rule of Law in Bolivia , and the proposal by Putin for the Syrian president to invite Trump to Damascus.




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News on the dot January 11

News on the dot January 11

News on the dot January 11

Today we cover information on the memory of Cuban heroine Celia Sánchez as evoked by the presidency of Cuba, the energetic rejection to new flight restrictions to the Island announced by the Trump administration, the presence of the Chicago legendary jazz style in the Jazz festival of Havana, the further consolidation of business prospects between Indonesia and Cuba, and the opposition expressed by Germany to the US call to withdraw from Iran nuclear deal.




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News on the dot January 10

News on the dot January 10

News on the dot January 10

Today we cover information on the opening of the judicial year in Cuba with the presence of Cuban President, the dirty maneuvers to create a sense of insecurity and violence in Cuba, the continuation of the Fifth Encounter of Women Artists in Cuba,  the main challenges for the Caribbean Community for 2020, and the reiterated call by EU to avoid escalation of tensions in the Middle East




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News on the dot January 9

News on the dot January 9

News on the dot January 9

Today we deal with Cuban President’s commitment in defending regional integration, the book of condolences opened in Havana for the death of General Qaseem Soleimani, Cuban workers meetings to discuss Economic Plan for 2020,  hampering of further US military actions against Iran , and the call by EU for an end to violence and Iran-US talks
 




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News on the dot January 8

News on the dot January 8

News on the dot January 8

Today we cover information on the presence of Cuban FM in Mexico to attend Celac meetings, the Twitter message by Cuban president reiterating the illegal nature of the Helms-Burton Act, the support given by an international project in fighting cancer in Cuba, the presence of Cuban jazz in New York’s Jazzfest, and the call by the head of Iraqi parliament to unite against the US.

 




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News on the dot January 7

News on the dot January 7

News on the dot January 7

Our headlines today reports on the proximate elections of provincial governors  in Cuba, the analysis of the 2020 economic plan and budget by Cuban workers, the importance in substituting imports of the NPK Cienfuegos Factory, tensions in Chilean schools due to students protests, and France’s urge to save nuclear deal with Iran