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"My parents never took part in elections. There were no elections here because Nicaragua remained occupied by the Yankees," President Ortega recalled.

"We are walking to be able to send remittances...to reestablish the family reunification plan, and for Americans to travel freely to Cuba," activist Carlos Lazo said.

Santa Lucia, Quebrada del Medio, El Quindio, Santa Barbara, and El Cedral are among the most affected areas.


President Said's actions appear to be aligned with the political aspirations of those citizens who want a secular State.

It seems as if by making China an "imagined enemy," a national sense of purpose would be reignited in the United States.

As of Sunday noon, Typhoon In-Fa felled over 1,000 trees and caused waterlogging in several places in Shanghai.

The joint WHO-China study on COVID-19 origin tracing clearly draws the conclusion that a laboratory incident is "extremely unlikely" as the cause of COVID-19, and the international scientific community also has broad consensus on this.


Venezuela's Attorney General announced the arrest of eight people, including officials within the Ministry of Economy.

This summer, competitors from more than 200 territories around the world will descend on Tokyo, and the possibility of a new "Olympic" strain is high, the head of the Japanese Doctors Union has warned.

 South African emergency workers rescued people from at least three 17-story residential buildings after the blaze expanded due to strong winds. Other structures such as Cape Town's historical library and a restaurant were devastated.


Filmmakers, actors, and actresses from all over the world are gathering on the banks of the Nile River to present their latest work.

Until February, crowds and meetings of over ten people will be banned, which implies the prohibition of all cultural presentations until then.

UNESCO Director Azoulay stressed that this fundamental human right must be protected defend every day, especially in the face of new forms of digital exclusion.

The international ballet festival in Cali, Colombia celebrates the life and legacy of Cuba's prima ballerina assoluta, Alicia Alonso (1920-2019) in the context of the hundreth anniversary of her birth this year. 

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