August 7, 2022

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Cuba: No symptoms of change in US policy towards Cuba

An academic confirmed today that the reopening of some consular services at the US Embassy here is not a symptom of a change in that government’s policy toward Cuba.

Cuba: “I love you, Cuba” after two years of solidarity gesture

Cuba wrote a new page of solidarity two years ago when today it allowed the docking of the British cruise ship MS Braemar and the subsequent evacuation of its passengers, including five who were confirmed to be infected with the Covid-19 virus.

Brazil: Lula returns to the Brazilian city where he served in prison

Former Brazilian President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva will return, for the first time today, to Curitiba, the capital of the southern state of Paraná, where he was released in November 2019 after spending 580 days in political prison.

Costa Rica: The League of Spain and Costa Rica is highlighted in the tripartite cooperation

The International Cooperation Program between Spain and Costa Rica today allows the implementation of projects in other Latin American and Caribbean countries through triangular cooperation, and the participants in a virtual meeting agreed to highlight this.

Guatemala: Guatemalans asked to support children’s vaccination against COVID-19

The Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance (Mspas) today asked Guatemalan families for their support to speed up vaccination against Covid-19 for children aged 6-11.

Ecuador: Ecuadorian teachers demand salary equalization and teachers affiliated with the National Union of Teachers (UNE) will mobilize today to demand the government approve the salary equalization enshrined in the reforms passed by the National Assembly (parliament).

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Peru: harsh legal criticism of the ruling that released Fujimori in Peru

Criticism of the ruling of the Constitutional Court (TC) that ordered the release of former Governor Alberto Fujimori tends to intensify today, after serious statements by Peruvian Foreign Minister Cesar Landa and Constitutional Court Judge Eloy Espinosa.

Venezuela: They will provide evidence of a criminal linked to the Venezuelan right

The President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Jorge Rodriguez, announced that today they will present evidence of the link between the far-right and drug dealers, Biagio Benito Garofalo, detained in Colombia.

USA: Biden will speak with the Chinese President about the crisis in Eastern Europe

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, is scheduled to speak today with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, about the crisis in Eastern Europe.

USA: US Republicans intensify their criticism of Biden on inflation

Today, Republicans in the United States are taking advantage of public frustration with inflation to intensify their criticism of President Joe Biden and Democrats.

UN: Ukraine conflict remains at the center of UN discussions

The conflict in Ukraine remains at the heart of the United Nations Security Council, although a vote on a draft resolution proposed by Russia on this issue will not take place today.

France: Comfortable in opinion polls, Macron launches project for re-election

The independence of energy, agriculture, defense and employment are some of the promises made by French President Emmanuel Macron for a possible second term, a project launched just weeks before the elections in which he appears to be an obvious candidate.

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Russia: Crimea celebrates reunification with Russia

Today, the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol celebrate the eighth anniversary of their unification with Russia, a decision that President Vladimir Putin has shown was correct.

Russia: The European Union will lose more than 554 billion dollars due to the sanctions imposed on Russia

The Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) said today that European Union countries will lose at least $554 billion due to the implementation of punitive measures against this nation.

UK: UK revokes RTTV’s broadcast license The British office responsible for media regulation (Ofcom) today announced the “immediate” revocation of the broadcast license for Russia’s state television channel RT in the UK.

Ethiopia: Ethiopia has increased its humanitarian aid to Tigray Regional State

Ethiopia has increased the transportation of food and other products to Tigray to alleviate the humanitarian emergency plaguing millions of citizens in that regional state today, according to the National Disaster Risk Management Committee.

Iran: Iran will export an anti-Covid-19 vaccine to Nicaragua

Iranian health authorities are preparing the first export batch, as a donation, of the Covid-19 vaccine, Coviran Barekat, destined for Nicaragua.

Syria: Syrian President says the war exposed the West

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said today that the West, led by the United States, talks a lot about democracy and humanity, but is committing more crimes against the people of the world every day.

Palestine: Palestinian prisoners in Israel demand solidarity before the next strike

Today, Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons called on residents of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank to support the hunger strike that begins next Friday to demand their rights.

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Palestine: Palestine condemns the Israeli campaign to Judaize East Jerusalem

Today, the Palestinian government denounced the Israeli campaign to Judaize East Jerusalem, recalling that it violates international agreements and UN Security Council resolutions.