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Cuba makes the Castro side with a new president, Diaz-Canel

Miguel Diaz-Canel, a 57-year-old civilian, became the new president of Cuba on Thursday, and made the country a historic transition in line with the Castor regime. Appointed single candidate on Wednesday Diaz-Canel was, as expected, elected by the deputies for a renewable period of five years, "with 603 votes in 604 possible or 99.83% of the vote", announced in the …

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Miguel Diaz-Canel succeeds Raul Castro in Cuba

Miguel Diaz-Canel, 57-year-old civilian, became Thursday the new president in Cuba, and began a historic transition after nearly six decades of Castro's bread while promising to "continue the revolution." [19659002] Nominated single candidate on Wednesday, Diaz-Canel was expected to be elected by deputies for a renewable period of five years, "with 603 votes out of 604 possible or 99.83% of …

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CEO of UTICA says he is "happy" with Tunisian skills abroad

While the Secretary of State for Scientific Research Khalil Amiri expressed the state's affairs prior to the flight of Tunisian skills abroad, was the president of the Tunisian Union for Industry, Science and Technology Trade and Crafts (UTICA), Samir Majoul said he was "happy" for these young people who could leave the country. "It's better to leave the country and …

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Cuba: Miguel Díaz-Canel, New President

This is a historic Thursday for Cuba. For the first time in almost six decades, the island is no longer driven by a Castro, Raúl officially gives up the presidency to his dolphin, Miguel Díaz-Canel. The appointment of the second two, 57 years old, was approved by the Assembly on Wednesday. Miguel Díaz-Canel is the new president of the State …

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New European report points to Polisario's involvement in terrorist acts in the Sahel-Sahara region

Polisian participation in terrorist acts in the Sahel-Sahara region is reaffirmed by a report, this time funded by the European Commission, confirming cooperation between separatists with terrorist groups in the region. According to this study of "Project Safte", an international research project investigating terrorists' access to illegal firearms and forwarded on Wednesday by the Flemish Institute for Peace, the Sahel-Sahara …

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The police find the senate's ceremonial stick "under a bridge" in Nigeria

The Nigerian police said Thursday that they "under a bridge" found the senate's ceremonial stick without which legislators can not meet, stolen the day before in full plenary, which caused a national scandal. The object, the symbol of the government's upper house, was stolen by "thieves" who landed in front of the dumbfounded senators and seized the object, leading to …

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South Korean President Moon wants a peace treaty

South Korea's President Moon Jae-in demands a peace treaty to officially end the Korean War before a summit with Kim Jong Un, leader of Korea The war (1950-53) ended with a violence support rather than a treaty so that both parties still is technically in conflict. The demilitarized zone, which divides the peninsula and where the Inter-Korean summit will take …

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House of Lords influence a blow to Theresa May at Brexit

The gentlemen approved an amendment enabling the United Kingdom to remain in the Customs Union, while the Conservative Government undertook to leave it. World | 18.04.2018 at 21:31 • Updated 19.04.2018 at 10.51 | At Eric Albert (London, Correspondence) Behind her obsolete language, obscene working and hereditary members, the mansion becomes a bastion of true rebels, at least at Brexit. …

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LATEST WEATHER GOES TO FACE OVER 3,000 MALIANS IN BURKINA FASO

Conspiracy violence in central Mali has led to nearly 3,000 people moving to Burkina Faso in recent weeks. United Nations UN Refugee Bureau (UNHCR) is concerned about the new outbreak of conscience violence in central Mali, which has resulted in nearly 3,000 people flying to neighbor Burkina Faso in recent weeks. "In these relationships between Dogon and Fulani communities dozens …

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