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Opinion

By Livia Rodríguez Delis

Havana, Jan 21 (Prensa Latina) French-Spanish intellectual Ignacio Ramonet warned here today on the need to stick to facts when revealing internartional media campaigns which aim to disinform society.


By Armando Reyes Calderin

Beirut, Jan 21 (Prensa Latina) The Arab Economic and Social Development Summit concluded in Beirut unnoticed, due to the scarce attendance of first figures and an agenda that ignored the burning issues in the region.


By Cosset Lazo Perez

Havana, (Prensa Latina) Debating truth in journalism and new technologies is to fulfill the requirement of modern information, Brazilian journalist Beto Almeida believes while talking about a forthcoming forum on media challenges to be  held in Havana Monday and Tuesday.


By Nestor Marin

London, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) The British Premier, Theresa May, managed to avoid a motion of censure against her government, but it remains to be seen if she will be able to offer supporters and critics a viable agreement for the United Kingdom to withdraw from the European Union ( EU).


By Waldo Mendiluza

Havana, (Prensa Latina) Over nearly six decades, a dozen U.S. governments have relied on hostility, blackmail, and manipulation to try to break Cuba and its Revolution, a policy the current administration is determined to intensify.


By Rafael Calcines Armas

Santiago de Chile, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) After a long journey of voting, Chile's Chamber of Deputies approved on Wednesday by a wide majority, a new law of Migrations that was in debate for months.


By Nestor Marin

London, Jan 16 (Prensa Latina) British Prime Minister Theresa May walks today over a minefield after her agreement with Brussels to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU) suffered a resounding defeat in the House of Commons. .


Puerto Principe, Jan 15 (Prensa Latina) The president of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, said on Monday that 2019 must result in a Haiti with credible, honest, democratic and transparent elections, to have the support of his administration.


La Paz,  (Prensa Latina) Bolivian President Evo Morales criticized the position of the Organization of American States (OAS), not wanting to recognize as legitimate the government of Venezuela, led by Nicolas Maduro.


Mexico,  (Prensa Latina) The fourth transformation as announced by the Mexican government, will be with justice, without a political crisis nor reprisals for the way of thinking of persons, said today president Luis Manuel Lopez Obrador.


Caracas, Jan 7 (Prensa Latina) Venezuela's president, Nicolas Maduro, assured the nation is ready to defend constitutionality of the new mandate term, to begin next January 10.