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Opinion

Paris, Sep 14 (Prensa Latina) Cuba took part this week in the first Forum of Unesco Associates, attended by diverse committed actors and interested in the mandate of the organization, mainly the implementation of the Agenda 2030 of Sustainable Development.


Santiago, Chile, Sep 14 (Prensa Latina) The controversy ended today at dawn with the failure of a parliamentary debate in Chile to disqualify three Supreme Court judges who released three criminals against humanity on parole.


Rome, Sep 13 (Prensa Latina) The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) highlighted here today the high index of human development of Cuba (0.775) as the result of the universal and free Access to basic services, the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger.


By Fausto Triana

Santiago, Chile, Sep 12 (Prensa Latina) The last few hours of the night of September 11 went by in silence, save in the vicinity of the National Stadium, the first detention and torture center after the coup d''état in Chile.


By Teyune Diaz Diaz

Havana, Sep 12 (Prensa Latina) The impact of the United States'' blockade on Cuba grows annually and affects the country''s economic structure, causing damages that will last even after those barriers are lifted, an ECLAC official said today.


By Fausto Triana

Santiago, Chile, Sep 11 (Prensa Latina) Salvador Allende entrenched himself in La Moneda Palace under the bombing ordered by putschist General Augusto Pinochet, panic took hold of the people and Chile changed forever.


By Martha Sanchez

Havana.- The Alicia Alonso International Ballet Festival of Havana stands as an exceptional opportunity for ballet lovers from around the world.


By Roberto Hernandez Solano

Luanda, Sep 10 (Prensa Latina) The ruling Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) elected its fifth president in more than 60 years, a situation that has been interpreted here as a rupture with the past, but which past?


By Ana Laura Arbesu

Havana.- With a strong investment program, the Cuban government is fighting climate change through plans considered vital for the country's environmental protection policy.


Por Roberto Salomon

Havana._ Cuba''s economic development is inevitably linked to thedevelopment of agriculture, and in order to develop successfully, the country has to benefit from the available land in order to increase the production of export items and reduce imports - which amount to 1.6 billion dollars a year.


By Roberto Campos

Havana.- The announcement that Cuba welcomed three million foreign visitors this year until August 9, undoubtedly attracts the attention of tour operators and travel agents who see the island as a significant and safe tourist destination.