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Blue Diamond Hotel Chain Is Committed to The Development of Tourism in Cuba

During a tour of Varadero on Monday, November 15, on the occasion of the opening of the Hotel Mystique Casa Perla by Royalton, Mr. Mohamad Fawzi González, CEO of Blue Diamond Cuba, offered his impressions on the development that the hotel chain has had in the country and the opening of tourism planned for this …...

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Nicaragua leaves the OAS

Nicaragua’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Denis Moncada, announced today the definitive exit of the Central American nation from the Organization of American States (OAS), after the continuous signs of interference of the regional forum. From the headquarters of the Foreign Ministry in this capital, the diplomat communicated that,...

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Mexico hosts Ecclesiastic Assembly of Latin America and Caribbean

México. The Latin American meeting, with the presence of delegations from the 22 episcopal conferences of Latin America and the Caribbean, and also some invited cardinals from Europe and Asia, was inaugurated yesterday by Miguel Cabrejos, president of the Latin American Episcopal Council (Celam). In the meeting he called for courage and...

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Honduras distributing electoral documentation

Guarded by the Armed Forces and destined to 18,293 polling stations, the transfer operation will carry around 2,220 electoral containers to the Atlantic, Colon, Ocotepeque, Copan and Yoro jurisdictions in the first route. The army will also ensure the permanence of those containers, the technological package and the biosecurity equipment...

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Mexican Authorities Find 600 Migrants Transported in Trailers in Veracruz

Mexican authorities found 600 migrants hidden in two trailers traveling in the state of Veracruz, the country’s National Migration Institute said. The migration agency said in a statement Friday that 145 women and 455 men were found in boxcars moving toward Mexico’s border with the United States. About 400 of the migrants...

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Biden Welcomes Trudeau And López Obrador To the White House in Revival Of US-Mexico-Canada Summit

President Joe Biden, reconvening a summit of North American leaders at the White House on Thursday, sought cross-border agreement on migration, Covid-19 and economic integration, even as his guests voiced concerns over what they say are protectionist trade policies left over from Biden’s predecessor. “We can meet all of the...

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Mystique Casa Perla By Royalton, A Jewel of The Blue Diamond Chain in Cuba

Cuba. At the time Cuba reopens borders for international tourism, this Monday, November 15, the Mystique Casa Perla Hotel by Royalton was inaugurated in the Varadero seaside resort managed and marketed by the Blue Diamond hotel chain, hand in hand with the Gran Caribe Hotel Group. Ivis Fernández, delegate of the Mintur in Varadero and...

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Feature: Cuba Reopens Most Schools for In-Person Classes

Mercedes de la Caridad Jimenez, a 14-year-old adolescent living in Havana’s El Vedado district, returned to “Guerrilleros de America” secondary school on Monday as the island nation bounces back to normal. Nationwide, some 612,000 sixth graders, secondary school pupils and high schoolers came back to classrooms for...

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Cuba To Welcome Back Tourists as Home-Grown Vaccine Drive Takes Hold

Cuba will open its borders next month and make it easier for most of its people to enter the country after being vaccinated with home-made CoVID-19 drugs, allowing it to welcome visitors from abroad. Permission will be granted and its ailing tourism industry will be shot in the arm. Sanctions due to epidemics, a sharp …...

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Nicaragua’s Ortega seeks re-election in questioned vote

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega seeks a fourth consecutive term in elections Sunday against a field of little-known candidates while those who could have given him a real challenge sit in jail. The opposition has called on Nicaraguans to stay home in protest of an electoral process that has been roundly criticized as not credible by...

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