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13 December, 2019 More than 50 Migrants Expelled from Chile

The authorities reported that a total of 56 Peruvian, Venezuelan and Colombian citizens were expelled from Chile for committing crimes or violating immigration laws.

13 December, 2019 Cuba to Ratify Commitment to Peace at ALBA-TCP Summit

Cuban Chancellor Bruno Rodriguez said this Friday that Cuba will ratify the commitment to cooperation, solidarity and peace, on the 15th anniversary of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of our America – Trade Treaty of the Peoples (ALBA-TCP).

12 December, 2019 Lula Will Take to the Streets to Face Bolsonaro

Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva announced he will return to the streets from January to talk with the people, with the poorest and to oppose the government of ultra-right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro.

12 December, 2019 Raul Received Diaz-Canel after His Return from Argentina

The First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, Raul Castro Ruz received at Jose Marti International Airport the President of the Republic of Cuba Miguel Diaz-Canel and his entourage after his trip to Argentina, for the inauguration of the President Alberto Fernandez and Vice-President Cristina Fernandez.

12 December, 2019 Cuba-Argentina, Historical Ties that Consolidate

The President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel began his third day of activities in Buenos Aires with a meeting, in the Eva Peron Hall at Casa Rosada, with Argentine President Alberto Fernandez.

12 December, 2019 Cuba Completes 4 Million Tourists

Cuba’s Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz announced in his profile on Twitter that this Wednesday the number of 4 million international visitors to the country has been reached so far this year.

11 December, 2019 Cuba and Venezuela Conquer Brotherhood

The Sectoral Vice-President for Social and Territorial Development of Venezuela, Aristobulo Isturiz Almeida, emphasized that Cuba and Venezuela consolidate the union for the rights of the people.

11 December, 2019 Bolivia’s De Facto Government Is a Terror Regime

This Wednesday, Amanda Davila, former Minister of Communication of former President Evo Morales called Bolivia’s de facto government, led by self-proclaimed Jeanine Anez, a terror regime.