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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Raul Castro Describes as Immortal Work of Gabriel García Márquez

Havana, Cuba, Apr 18.- Cuban President, Raúl Castro, described today as immortal the work of Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez, in a message sent to the wife of the deceased Nobel Prize for Literature.

Nobel Literature Prize Winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez Died in Mexico

Havana, Cuba, Apr 18.- Renowned Colombian novelist and journalist Gabriel Garcia Marquez, winner of the Nobel Literature Prize, died on Thursday at age 87 at his house of Mexico City, where he lived.

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Cuban Female Basketball Team to Face China in Friendly Matches

Havana, Cuba, Apr 16.- The Cuban female basketball team will face China in three friendly matches, manager Alberto Zabala said.

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Lab to Test Ebola Opens in Liberia

Monrovia, Apr 18.- The Liberian government opened a special Lab in the Institute for Biomedic Research as one of the measures to protect the people of Ebola.

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Musical and Dance Performance by Peruvian Choreographer Premiered in Camagüey

Camagüey, April 12 .- Local folklore ensemble Camagua premiered yesterday the show “Peru Negro”, by Peruvian choreographer Alex Álvarez Aliaga, which was quite well received by the audience at Camagüey-based Principal theater.

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Cuba Pays Tribute to Garcia Marquez

Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, Apr 18.- A speech in tribute to late Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez was made here today by Orlando Verges, director of the House of the Caribbean, who shared with the Nobel Prize in Literature during his visit here in 1996.

Yemeni Union Delegation to Participate in Cuba's May 1

Sanaa, Apr 18.- A delegation with the Yemeni Confederation of Labor Unions (YCLU) will participate in the May 1 activities in Cuba and will coordinate the strengthening of bilateral links, a diplomatic source announced today.

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Turkish Premier, Putin Analyze Tartar Situation in Crimea

Ankara, Apr 18.- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin analyzed the situation of the Tartar minority in Crimea, the press highlighted today.

Bluefin-21 Goes Back To Sea Again in Australia

Canberra, Apr 18.- The Bluefin-21 deployed in the underwater search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean is considered the best autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) for such an operation.

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Contemporary Cuban Art Exhibition Opened in UNESCO

Paris, Apr 18.- A contemporary Cuban art exhibition was opened in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to mark the end of the 194 Executive Board of that organization.

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Cuban Who Fought Terrorism Urges Freedom for his Fellow

Havana, Cuba, Apr 15.- Fernando Gonzalez, the Cuban who fought terrorist plots hatched from the United States against his country, made an urgent call here for the immediate liberation of his fellow fighters still held prisoner in the United States, a punishment he said was meant as vengeance for Cuba's revolutionary process.

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Mujica Rejects Blockade Against Cuba, Attempts to Sanction Venezuela

Montevideo, Mar 31.- Uruguayan President Jose Mujica today rejected the U.S. economic blockade against Cuba and warned about the attempts to impose sanctions on Venezuela.

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