Havana, May 11 (Prensa Latina) Those in charge of the document legalization office at the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MINREX) currently work on new alternatives to speed up the process, given the increase in requests.
Moscow, Apr 22 (Prensa Latina) The vice-president of the Government of the Crimean peninsula, Irina Kiviko, informed that next Monday an exhibition on the relations between that territory and Cuba will be inaugurated in the city of Simferopol.
Caracas, Apr 3 (Prensa Latina) The Government of Venezuela today categorically rejected the remarks made by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Karim Ahmad Khan KC, in his response to observations presented by Caracas.
Moscow, Mar 20 (Prensa Latina) Russia and China are defending a world order based on international law and the United Nations Charter, Chinese President Xi Jinping said in an article published in the Rossiiskaya Gazeta newspaper on Monday.
Washington, Nov 6 (Prensa Latina) The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol, released a statement Friday giving former President Donald Trump more time to turn over documents it subpoenaed but offering little explanation as to why the extension was granted.
Montevideo, Sep 30 (Prensa Latina) The investigations into the accused and detained former head of the security detail of the President of Uruguay, Alejandro Astesiano, found thousands of forged documents, including identity cards and passports.
Washington, Aug 29 (Prensa Latina) Disclosures on former President Donald Trump's handling of some most sensitive documents of the U.S. government has increased Republicans´ fear for possible losses in coming November midterm elections.
Washington, Aug 13 (Prensa Latina) The raid of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on the residence of US former President Donald Trump (2017-2021) in Florida, the Mar-a-Lago estate, increased speculations on his legal danger and if he hides something from justice.
Washington, Feb 11 (Prensa Latina) A secret program at the Central Intelligence Agency relied on a form of mass surveillance activity that involved the collection of an unknown data set and included the gathering of some records belonging to Americans, according to a newly declassified letter from two Democratic senators.