Thirteen international lawyers and lawyers call former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva a political prisoner and call for his conviction to be annulled.
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South Africa considers as unfair, illegal and aimed at failure the upsurge in U.S. actions against Cuba, as they will be unable to achieve Washington’s long-held change of government in Cuba.
Cumana city, in Sucre state, will host the Tenth Venezuela-Cuba National Meeting of Mutual Solidarity, to take place on September 20 and 21, movement coordinator Yhonny Garcia, announced.
Brazilian judge Gabriela Hardt, a replacement for former judge and current Justice Minister Sergio Moro in the Java Jato anti-corruption operation, would have assured that if any of her private conversations were disclosed, she would criminally prosecute those responsible.
Cuban collaborators of the health sector support more than a dozen services in the Venezuelan capital through a program of actions to improve the quality of life of the people.
Employment in the People’s Republic of China has remained stable, mainly thanks to the strength of the services sector last year, according to statistical reports that local media and international news agencies highlight today
Venezuelan Minister of Communication Jorge Rodriguez revealed more details about a web of corruption linking the envoys to Colombia by deputy opposition Juan Guaido to address the issue of humanitarian aid.
The Pyramids Egyptian newspaper highlighted Cuba’s stance in its fight against the U.S. economic and financial blockade on the island.
The restrictions imposed by the Trump Administration to limit Americans’ travel to Cuba are rejected in one of America’s main scenarios: the federal Congress.
The British Minister of the Interior, Sajid Javid, announced that he signed the order of extradition presented by the United States against the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, although he clarified that the last word will be that of the judges tomorrow.