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Vienna, June 27 (Prensa Latina) Cuba, Iran and Venezuela has condemned on Thursday the illegal unilateral coercive measures, for which reason they should be dismissed as an option by the international community.


Vienna, June 27 (Prensa Latina) Cuba, Iran and Venezuela has condemned on Thursday the illegal unilateral coercive measures, for which reason they should be dismissed as an option by the international community.


Vienna, June 27 (Prensa Latina) Cuba, Iran and Venezuela has condemned on Thursday the illegal unilateral coercive measures, for which reason they should be dismissed as an option by the international community.


Vienna, June 27 (Prensa Latina) Cuba, Iran and Venezuela has condemned on Thursday the illegal unilateral coercive measures, for which reason they should be dismissed as an option by the international community.


Vienna, June 27 (Prensa Latina) Cuba, Iran and Venezuela has condemned on Thursday the illegal unilateral coercive measures, for which reason they should be dismissed as an option by the international community.


Havana, July 1 (Prensa Latina) Angolan President João Lourenço has Monday highlighted Cuba''s selflessly support to his nation and others, mainly of the African continent, despite the economic, commercial and financial US blockade.


Havana, July 1 (Prensa Latina) Angolan President João Lourenço has Monday highlighted Cuba''s selflessly support to his nation and others, mainly of the African continent, despite the economic, commercial and financial US blockade.


Havana, July 1 (Prensa Latina) Angolan President João Lourenço has Monday highlighted Cuba''s selflessly support to his nation and others, mainly of the African continent, despite the economic, commercial and financial US blockade.


Havana, July 1 (Prensa Latina) Angolan President João Lourenço has Monday highlighted Cuba''s selflessly support to his nation and others, mainly of the African continent, despite the economic, commercial and financial US blockade.


The Havana Reporter No.8/ May 30, 2019Details of two major events in Cuba, the 2019 International Tourism Fair and Havana´s 13th Visual Arts Festival, are among the highlights of this year´s eighth issue of The Havana Reporter, published May 30.

This edition also offers articles on Cuba´s new economic goals, its informatization program and the island´s participation in the upcoming Pan American Games to take place in Lima, Peru.

Prensa Latina News Agency is also featured on the occasion of its 60th anniversary, which will be celebrated on June 16.

The growing hostility of U.S. President Donald Trump against Cuba, as well as the situation of health care in Latin America and the Caribbean are also discussed in this issue.

Other articles focus on a park dedicated to Caribbean heroes, a monument inaugurated in Havana in late April, and Panama´s political scene following its recent elections.


The Havana Reporter No.8/ May 30, 2019Details of two major events in Cuba, the 2019 International Tourism Fair and Havana´s 13th Visual Arts Festival, are among the highlights of this year´s eighth issue of The Havana Reporter, published May 30.

This edition also offers articles on Cuba´s new economic goals, its informatization program and the island´s participation in the upcoming Pan American Games to take place in Lima, Peru.

Prensa Latina News Agency is also featured on the occasion of its 60th anniversary, which will be celebrated on June 16.

The growing hostility of U.S. President Donald Trump against Cuba, as well as the situation of health care in Latin America and the Caribbean are also discussed in this issue.

Other articles focus on a park dedicated to Caribbean heroes, a monument inaugurated in Havana in late April, and Panama´s political scene following its recent elections.