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ALBA prepares recovery program for Haiti

Foreign Ministers of the Bolivarian Alternative for the People of Our America (ALBA) analyzed in Caracas, Venezuela, the best ways to increase the group’s humanitarian aid in Haiti. Read More

Evo Morales receives Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdes

Bolivian President Evo Morales met on Wednesday with Commander of the Revolution and also Vice President of the Cuban councils of State and Ministers Ramiro Valdes, who is in the South American nation heading the island’s delegation to the swearing-in ceremony of Morales, who was re-elected for a second term in office. Read More

Ramiro Valdes arrives in La Paz

Commander of the Revolution and also Vice President of the Cuban councils of State and Ministers  Ramiro Valdes, arrived on Tuesday night in La Paz, the Bolivian capital, after visiting several places linked to Cuban-Argentinean guerrilla Commander Ernesto Che Guevara in this South American nation. Read More

Over 1 million patients have recovered sight in Venezuela

Venezuela’s government reported on Tuesday that since the beginning of the social program Operation Miracle one million 38 patients have undertaken free surgical treatment. Read More

Ramiro Valdes Pays Tribute to Che Guevara in Bolivia

Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdes, vice-president of the Cuban councils of State and Ministers, paid tribute on Monday to Commander Ernesto Che Guevara and the other members of the guerrilla led by the Cuban-Argentinean fighter in this South American country. Read More

Cuban Cyclists in San Luis Tour

Arnold Alcolea is currently leading six Cuban cyclists that are competing, starting on Monday, in the Argentinean San Luis Tour, their first international event of the 2009-2010 seasons. Read More

Cuba Vice President to Evo Morales' swearing-in ceremony

Cuban Vice President Ramiro Valdes arrived in this city on Monday to participate in the re-inauguration ceremony of President Evo Morales, for a second consecutive mandate.<br /> Read More

Splendour and weakness of the Latin American Cinema

The Latin American film is in good conditions, states Frank Padrón in this interview, despite crisis and other problems. It is expected to enjoy even greater success in the recently started year of 2010.<br /> Read More

More Brazil Soldiers Die in Haiti

Brazil's Defence Minister Nelson Jobim reported on Friday that the number of dead soldiers in Haiti, due to the devastating earthquake that affected the Caribbean nation, could rise to 18.<br /> Read More

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