U.S. puts “shameful pressure” on Italy for hiring Cuban doctors
In a statement released this Thursday, the Italy-Cuba Friendship Association (ANAIC), also stated that it is an “absurd interference by the United States in the internal affairs” of Italy, by “asking for explanations” on this issue from the sanitary authorities, as revealed by Corriere della Sera newspaper.
Neruda was assassinated with a biological weapon, nephew denounces
Rodolfo Reyes, a lawyer and nephew of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, charged on Tuesday that the reports from two laboratories in Canada and Denmark confirm the assassination of the Nobel Prizewinner for Literature with a biological weapon.
Russia attacked warship and arms depot in Odessa port
The Russian Defense Ministry today confirmed the recent attack by the Russian armed forces on the port of Odessa, an action that directly hit military targets.
Russians support the idea of relaunching Soviet-era brands
A survey by the Moscow Sinergiya University Analysis Center confirmed that eight out of 10 Russians support the idea of relaunching brands from the Soviet period, such as the Moskvich.
Miami’s ultra-right and its coercion against Cuban artists
Havana, Nov. 4 (Prensa Latina) The Communist Party of Cuba highlighted today the methods of pressure that the extreme right of Miami, U.S., exerts on Cuban artists to take sides against the government of the island.
Cuba begins days against homophobia and transphobia
Cuba is celebrating from Tuesday to May 30 the 14th edition of the Conference against Homophobia and Transphobia, under the slogan ‘All rights for all people.’
Displaced persons return home in Latakia, Syria
Thousands of people displaced in the last eight years have returned to their towns liberated from terrorism in the coastal region of Latakia province, 337 kilometers north-west of Damascus.