Argentine President Slams Banks' Speculative Practices

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez has gone on her Twitter account to slam figures in the banking and financial industries, which she said used speculative practices to send Argentina into default in 2001.

UN Secretary General Highlights Cuba’s Sustainable Development

Peace and security, sustainable development and human rights are on the agenda at the second summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), which opens in Cuba today and where United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is delivering a wide-ranging address.

Castro, Maduro Vow to Strengthen Economic Cooperation

During the meeting between the Cuban and Venezuelan presidents, Venezuelan Minister of Petroleum Rafael Ramírez and Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Investments Rodrigo Malmierca initialed agreements related to the projects to be performed in 2014 under the Cuba-Venezuela Agreement.

Chinchilla Becomes First Costa Rican President to Visit Cuba

The president of Costa Rica, Laura Chinchilla, is attending the Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) underway in Cuba, in what is the first official visit by a Costa Rican president to the island.

Cuba Challenges Latin America to Make Strides on Health, Education

Cuban President Raul Castro challenged Latin American and Caribbean leaders on Tuesday to improve health care and education, telling a regional summit they have the natural resources to eradicate poverty but may lack the political will.

UN Secretary General Gets Haircut in Havana

The Secretary General of the UN Ban Ki-moon has played tourists Monday in Old Havana, where he got his picture taken with children, joked with tourists and had his hair cut by a local hairdresser.

OAS Head at Cuba Summit in Unusual Encounter

The secretary-general of the Organization of American States arrived in Cuba on Monday to attend a regional summit, in an unusual encounter 52 years after Cuba was kicked out of the regional bloc. Hugo Zela, Insulza’s chief of staff, said the OAS, which was formed in 1948, has no record of a secretary-general visiting Cuba.

CELAC Declares Latin America a “Peace Zone”

The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) approved a document in Havana, Cuba, that declared the region a peace zone. The announcement was made at a press conference by Abelardo Moreno, Cuba’s deputy foreign minister.

29, Jan, 14

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez has gone on her Twitter account to slam figures in the banking and financial industries, which she said used speculative practices to send Argentina into default in 2001.

29, Jan, 14

Peace and security, sustainable development and human rights are on the agenda at the second summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), which opens in Cuba today and where United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is delivering a wide-ranging address.

29, Jan, 14

During the meeting between the Cuban and Venezuelan presidents, Venezuelan Minister of Petroleum Rafael Ramírez and Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Investments Rodrigo Malmierca initialed agreements related to the projects to be performed in 2014 under the Cuba-Venezuela Comprehensive Coope

29, Jan, 14

The president of Costa Rica, Laura Chinchilla, is attending the Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) underway in Cuba, in what is the first official visit by a Costa Rican president to the island.

29, Jan, 14

Cuban President Raul Castro challenged Latin American and Caribbean leaders on Tuesday to improve health care and education, telling a regional summit they have the natural resources to eradicate poverty but may lack the political will.

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