Monthly Archives: November 2012
Holguin, Cuba, Nov 28 (Prensa Latina) The 8th International Colloquium for the Release of the Cuban Five convicted in the United States is the most impressive of all held here, due to the amount of participating delegates and countries, said activist Graciela Ramirez.
In an interview with Prensa Latina after the start of the forum today, running until Saturday, December 1, the coordinator of the International Committee to Free the Five stated that this edition brings together more than 320 delegates from nearly 50 nations, with the aim of articulating new strategies, campaigns, and initiatives to achieve the return of the antiterrorists. Continue reading
Saint John, Nov 28 (Prensa Latina) The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) asserted on Wednesday that it is possible to eradicate hunger and poverty in Antigua and Barbuda in a two-year period.
FAO Representative to Latin America and Caribbean Raul Benitez asserted that reaching that goal is possible as long as all the actors involved join together to work for that objective. Continue reading
Washington, Nov 28 (Prensa Latina) Starting on Wednesday, President Barack Obama will implement the style of his election campaign to try to solve the fiscal abyss that is threatening the United States and has brought the bipartisan debates in Congress to a standstill.
Instead of meeting with lawmakers, the Democratic president has planned meetings with executives from large corporations, heads of medium-size companies, and community and trade union leaders to modulate public opinion against the Republicans. Continue reading
Havana, Nov 28 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez arrived in Cuba early today to continue the medical treatment plan he has been following, as part of the process for strengthening his health.
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According to Granma newspaper, the newly reelected statesman will undergo here several sessions of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Chavez underwent surgery in June 2011 to remove a malignant tumor, an ailment that required corrective surgery and chemotherapy sessions in this capital.
On Tuesday, the Venezuelan National Assembly approved a request for approval from the president to travel to the island.
According to the president, after six months of completing the last therapy, he was recommended to initiate a special treatment designed to strengthen his health.
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