Diaz-Canel Arrives in Venezuela for Official Visit.

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Díaz-Canel fue recibido por el vicepresidente venezolano Tareck El Aissami.

The during the visit Diaz-Canel will meet with Maduro to discuss strengthening the brotherhood between the two countries.

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel arrived in Venezuela Wednesday in his first visit to the South American country since he became President in April.

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China to Increase Defensive Power Due to US Provocations.

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Beijing,(Pl). China’s military announced that it had dispatched warships to challenge two United States Navy vessels that sailed through waters in the South China Sea that China claims as its own.
The Chinese confronted the North American ships and warned them to leave, the Ministry of National Defense said in a statement posted on its website, but other details of the encounter were not immediately clear.

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CUBA CELEBRATES AFRICA DAY

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Africa and Cuba are united by historical ties of brotherhood and solidarity.result of the cruel Atlantic Slave Trade, nearly one million 300 thousand Africans arrived in our Island centuries ago. Their presence made a huge mark on our country. Africa is part of the very essence of our nation. Cubans are a Latin-African people, and we feel extremely proud of our African roots.

Since the triumph of the Revolution in 1959, Cuba has practiced a consistent and ethical policy of internationalism, being faithful to our principles of solidarity towards our African brothers and sisters.

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Who has more endorsement of votes? Trump, Macri, Santos, Piñera … or Maduro?

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In the most adverse conditions that could be imagined, the brave Venezuelan people represented in the millionaire Bolivarian and Chavez militancy and other forces integrated to the Broad Front of the Homeland, has granted the president once again elected, Nicolás Maduro, an endorsement of votes regarding to the other contenders and to the electoral roll superior to the one obtained in their respective elections by the rulers who are today the most critical of Venezuela.

The electoral figures of Venezuela are compelling:

67.78% of the voters ratified Nicolas Nicolás as president.

6 million 157 185 voters supported the candidate of the Broad Front of the Fatherland-

45.99% of the voter registry went to the polls this Sunday.

9 million 261 839 electors attended the official meeting.

1.9% of the votes were null.

21.01% of the votes were obtained by the opposition candidate Henrique Falcón (Advanced Progressive, Movement to Socialism and the Committee of Independent Political Organization.

10.82% of the votes reached Javier Bertucci (Hope for Change)

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Diaz-Canel: US Hostility to Cuba Won’t be Eternal

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Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel.

The recently inaugurated Cuban president praised art as a way of building bridges.

Cuban President, Miguel Diaz-Canel, does not believe that the current hostile attitude of the United States toward Cuba can last forever, and believes that they can find the “will” and “points of contact” to move forward from a position of respect.

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Healing beyond borders

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The love, ethics and humanist values shared by Cuba for over half a century of medical cooperation, were commemorated May 23 on the 55th anniversary of the launch of its international humanitarian missions, with over 400,000 health professionals serving in 164 nations worldwide.Fidel Castro speaking before the first 1,586 doctors of the Henry Reeve Contingent, on September 19, 2005. Collaborators were equipped with 36 tons of medicines and diagnostic materials to treat victims of Hurricane Katrina in the United States.
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Ten attempts to destabilize the recently re-elected Venezuelan government.

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Granma outlines ten of the destabilizing actions made public in the last 48 hours against the legitimate government of Nicolás Maduro.

 

Maduro received three-times as many votes as his closest rival for the presidency, Henri Falcón. Photo: El Confidencial

While thousands of people gathered around Miraflores Presidential Palace to greet the re-election of President Nicolás Maduro, opposition sectors, the United States, the European Union and the Latin American right launched a predictable destabilization plan against the most recent democratic electoral process undertaken on Sunday, May 20, in Venezuela.

The Venezuelan people, victims of one of the most brutal economic wars of recent times, only comparable to the blockade imposed on Cuba for more than 50 years, re-elected Nicolás Maduro as their legitimate President with more than six million votes.

Meanwhile, the “protectors of democracy” in the region and the world reactivated their hostile agenda against the homeland of Bolívar, and ignored the clear message emitted at the polls.

The Venezuelan government, accustomed to this type of action since taking a different path to that dictated by Washington in 1998, once again faces a wave of interference in its internal affairs.

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Collective Resignations by Chilean Bishops after Meeting with Pope

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All 34 Chilean bishops who participated in the reflection with Pope Francis about abuses submitted their resignations in writing so that the Holy Pontiff can decide freely what to do with them, representatives of the groups said here today.
The decision was announced in a press conference through a communiqué handed over by Fernando Ramos Perez, one of the seven auxiliary bishops of Santiago and secretary of the Episcopal Conference, and Juan Ignacio Gonzalez Errazuriz, bishop of San Bernardo.

After thanking Pope Francis for ‘listening as a father and for his fraternal correction’, the prelates also ‘asked for forgiveness for the pain caused to the victims, to the Pope, to the people of God and to our country for the serious mistakes and omissions committed.’

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Syria and Russia Share Will to Face Terrorism.

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The press highlights today the meeting in the city of Sochi between the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, in which they ratified the will to confront terrorism and develop this country.
Publications from Syrian TV, Sama TV and the News Agency Sana, reflected that in the meeting held yesterday the two leaders highlighted the successful bilateral collaboration in the fight against terrorist groups in Syria.

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UN High Commissioner Criticizes Israel, Calls for End to Occupation.

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United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra”ad al-Hussein, denounced Israel”s crimes against protesters in the Gaza Strip and demanded an end to the occupation.
When speaking during an emergency session of the Human Rights Council, he supported the call for an international, independent and impartial investigation, ‘with the hope that the truth about these issues lead to justice.’

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