Havana, mar 14 (Prensa Latina) With the opening of Kenya”s embassy in Cuba this week the two countries seek to strengthen their political and cooperation relations, agreed sources from the two nations. Continue reading
United Nations Goodwill Ambassador Danny Glover met with former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio ‘Lula’ da Silva to express support for his presidential candidacy on Thursday. The actor turned political activist said he traveled toBrazil show his “solidarity” and to inform Lula that others in the United Statesalso support him.
This original sin that was committed when our country was colonized must be resolved,” said newly-elected South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Newly-elected South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said he welcomes discussions about the issue of land expropriations to prevent widespread, public alarm. However, he reiterated that his government intends to, “once and for all,” settle racial disparities in property ownership.
The Caribbean Community, or Caricom, has slammed U.S. President Donald Trump for using “repulsive language” to describe Haiti and African countries.
“Caricom condemns in the strongest terms the unenlightened views reportedly expressed,” the 15-nation bloc’s Guyana-based headquarters said in a statement.
“(Caricom) is deeply disturbed by reports about the use of derogatory and repulsive language by the President of the United States in respect of our member state, Haiti, and other developing countries.” Continue reading
Algeria and Iran are exploring the expansion of their economic relations, particularly in the fields of industry and economy, official sources announced today.
The Minister of Energy and Mines, Youcef Yousfi, and the ambassador of the Islamic Republic in this capital, Reza Ameri, stressed in an interview ‘the need to expand total cooperation’ in these fields, according to the statement issued at the end of the meeting.
There is a real – but largely concealed – war which is taking place throughout the African continent. It involves the United States, an invigorated Russia and a rising China. The outcome of the war is likely to define the future of the continent and its global outlook.
Over the course of a week, demonstrations have erupted across Europe as thousands of protesters gathered in Stockholm Saturday holding signs reading, “Stop the slavery now, now, now,” and “Human rights for all.”
Zimbabwe’s ZANU-PF has removed President Robert Mugabe as head of the party, replacing him with Emmerson Mnangagwa, who had recently been ousted as the country’s vice president. Mugabe remains the president of the country.
Grace Mugabe, the president’s wife, as well as Jonathan Moyo, Saviour Kasukuwere, Ignatius Chombo and Patrick Zhuwao, Mugabe’s nephew, were expelled from the party.
The meeting, held by ZANU-PF’s Central Committee, the highest decision-making body in the party, comes one day after a march of tens of thousands of people, in favor of ousting the long-serving leader. Protesters waved Zimbabwean flags and hoisted placards with slogans like, “Mugabe Must Rest Now,” and “No to a Mugabe Dynasty.”