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Washington, Nov 3 (Prensa Latina) President Joe Biden showed on Friday the U.S. interest in redirecting its gaze towards Latin America and the Caribbean by opening a summit on prosperity in this capital.
Washington, Oct 22 (Prensa Latina) President Joe Biden, whose disapproval ratings are persistently high, today faces vulnerabilities ahead of the United States elections in 2024 that put Democrats on guard.
Tel Aviv, Oct 20 (Prensa Latina) Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas refused to speak over the telephone with his US counterpart, Joe Biden, due to Washington's support for Israel in its war against the Gaza Strip, the public radio station Kan revealed on Friday.
Ramallah, Oct 17 (Prensa Latina) The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) condemned on Tuesday the visit US President Joe Biden will make to Israel on Wednesday, October 18, to show his support for that country in its war against the Gaza Strip.
Brasilia, Oct 17 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Ambassador to Brazil Adolfo Curbelo received the guest book corresponding to the Cuba Lives and Resists international campaign, which is demanding the Caribbean island's removal from Washington's State Sponsors of Terrorism list.
Washington, Oct 5 (Prensa Latina) President Biden's German shepherd is no longer at the White House in the wake of multiple documented reports of aggressive behavior against Secret Service staff members. Elizabeth Alexander, a spokesperson for first lady Jill Biden, confirmed in a statement Wednesday evening that the family dog, named Commander, "is not presently on the White House campus while next steps are evaluated."
Managua, Sep 15 (Prensa Latina) The president of the National Assembly of Nicaragua, Gustavo Porras, on Friday condemned the blockade that the United States has maintained against Cuba, a measure extended this week by President Joe Biden.
Washington, Sep 9 (Prensa Latina) At least five names are today among the potential candidates for the nomination of the Democratic Party in the United States for the 2024 elections as an alternative to its current standard-bearer, President Joe Biden.
Washington, Aug 23 (Prensa Latina) President Joe Biden and Donald Trump, major presidential candidates for upcoming 2024 elections, seem to have some issues with the Latino vote, according to The Economist-YouGov which found Biden registered a 32% "very unfavorable" opinion among Latino voters, while Trump scored 53%.