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Colombian rebels, government meet in Cuba

Colombian rebels and the government met in Cuba to discuss the possibility of peace talks, current and former government sources said Monday. Read More

Chavez Ends Radiation Treatment ‘Successfully,’ Optimistic About Results

“We come with great optimism that this treatment will have the effects we aspire to, asking Christ to help us continue alongside all of you,” Chavez said. Read More

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez reappeared on television after an eight-day silence

Chavez said in a live phone call on state television that radiation therapy takes a physical toll and that he will need to recover. Read More

Venezuela and Russia governments agreed to expand strategic alliance

<p style="text-align: justify;">Caracas, (Prensa Latina) The Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez and the Russian deputy Prime Minister, Igor Sechin met at&nbsp; Miraflores Palace and signed agreements on the oil and gas, finance, trade and agriculture fields.They have just decided to expand their strategic alliance which resulted in new bilateral business agreements.The reunion was held at Miraflores Palace. Read More

Cultural agreement reached between Cuba and Peru

<p style="text-align: justify;">Havana, (ACN).- A memorandum for exchanges and cooperation between the culture ministries of Cuba and Peru was signed on Wednesday in this capital. The document was penned by the Deputy Ministers of this sector from the two nations, the agreement will favor the strengthening of relations between the two countries, referred to literary publications, technical and academic cooperation between artistic teaching centers, and the promotion of audiovisuals. Read More

Chancellors from Venezuela- Cuba lead a trip to Syria

<p style="text-align: justify;">By Naharnet Newsdesk.Representatives of Venezuela, Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Bolivia led by Maduro and Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez are traveling to Damascus to "support the Syrian people in their search for stability." The foreign ministers of Venezuela and Cuba are leading a delegation of leftist Latin American countries to Syria to meet Sunday with Syria's President Bashar Assad in a show of support. Read More

Cuban Senior official Ricardo Alarcon says Rene Gonzalez should be sent to Cuba

<p style="text-align: justify;">Mexico City. Associated Press. President of the Cuban parliament chief, Ricardo Alarcón urges Obama to let freed spy ring member and return him to the island. Cuban Parliament President Ricardo Alarcon said that Rene Gonzalez is at risk of attack in the United States, where a judge has ordered him to serve three years probation before he can go to Cuba. Read More

Alarcon to be at the Sixth Regional Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba Forum

<p style="text-align: justify;">2011.10.07 - 12:59:37. radiorebelde.icrt.cu. HAVANA, Cuba.-The regional meeting is attended by representatives from 25 countries, according to ICAP’s president, who announced that the forum will ratify the demand for the freedom of Rene Gonzalez, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando Gonzalez, Gerardo Hernandez and Ramon Labañino, who were unfairly arrested and condemned for trying to prevent criminal plans against the Cuban people, organized from the US. Read More

American Delegation in Cienfuegos province

<p style="text-align: justify;">CIENFUEGOS, Cuba, Oct 7 (acn)The American delegation met with members of the Cuban National Association of Jurists in the province in order to expand their knowledge on the legal system of the Caribbean island. The delegation made up of American students and teachers on criminal justice of the Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) in the U.S. are visiting the central Cuban province of Cienfuegos to exchange with their peers and counterparts. Read More

Namibian species to be sent to a Cuban zoo causes concern in the African nation

<p style="text-align: justify;">Jana-Mari Smith.7 October 2011. Several animal health experts and conservationists have questioned the decision of a mass donation of wildlife from Namibia to Cuba.The translocation of an estimated 150 animals - said to include the 'big five' as well as a large number of other species.There are fears that certain wildlife species could be at serious risk,because of the travel distance and also due to the relocation to a tropical climate. But these concerns were dismissed by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) which is currently in the process of finalising the list of wildlife to be shipped to national parks in Cuba. Read More

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