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A group of 18 Brazilian legal experts presented on Wednesday before the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies a new impeachment petition against President Jair Bürüesonaro, based on everything he would have committed during the management of the covid-19 pandemic.

U.S lawmakers Patrick Leahy and Ron Wyden called on Wednesday for the White House to change the hostile policy imposed on Cuba all these years. 

The former Brazilian soccer player underwent a series of tests to check the evolution of the tumor that was detected in September.


America's democracy is run by an oligarchy, former United Nations independent expert on the promotion of a democratic and equitable international order Alfred-Maurice de Zayas said recently.

On Wednesday, the Libyan State Council proposed postponing the presidential elections until February next year for fear of their failure due to the process of validation of the candidacies presented.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said Wednesday that the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus has already been detected in 57 countries and the number of patients requiring hospitalization is likely to increase as it spreads, which is only a matter of time, they warn.

India's Chief of Army Staff Bipin Rawat and 12 others were killed in a helicopter crash on Wednesday in the state of Tamil Nadu, the country's Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said.


Underneath Washington's groundless accusation against China is its intention to serve its self-interests at the expense of the athletes.

"The Winter Olympics are a great event for athletes from around the world... They are not a platform for political manipulation," Chinese diplomat Wang Wenbin said.

The U.S. has organized disinformation and political campaigns to disrupt the holding of the Olympic Games in countries that do not obey Washington's commands.

This Venezuelan woman, who holds the world record for women's triple jump, is an Olympic champion, a two-time World Champion, and two-time World Indoor Champion.


In a meeting postponed since 2020, the International Book Fair of Argentina announced today its return to life in person in April of next year, with Havana as the guest of honor.

Dozens of people attended the premiere of the documentary "Cuba's Life Task, Combating Climate Change," exhibited at the University of Glasgow as a collateral event to the Conference of the Parties (COP26).

From 1976 to 1983, al least 5,000 people were abducted, imprisoned, and tortured in one of the clandestine facilities of the Argentine Navy.

The National Ballet of Cuba (BNC) will participate in the "Danza Solidaria" Encounter of Bolivarian and Caribbean Countries, an event that unites 15 Latin American companies through the art of movement.

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