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Fidel Castro death: Cubans hold mass rally with Latin American, African leaders in Havana

Updated : Nov 30, 2016

By : AFP

Category : World

Fidel Castro death: Cubans hold mass rally with Latin American, African leaders in Havana

Hundreds of thousands of Cubans rallied for late communist leader Fidel Castro with Latin American and African leaders in Havana on Tuesday night before his ashes are taken across the country. #NewsTracker #Latin America #Fidel Castro #Cuba #Mexico #Raul Castro #Havana
Brother-in-arms? Not anymore: Fidel Castro's death a reminder in China of changed communist axis

Updated : Nov 26, 2016

By : AP

Category : World

Brother-in-arms? Not anymore: Fidel Castro's death a reminder in China of changed communist axis

Viewed from the world's largest communist country, Fidel Castro's death is a reminder of how the communist axis has changed beyond recognition since the ideologically charged era when the bearded revolutionary cut a dashing figure on the world stage alongside leaders like Mao Zedong. #World #China #ConnectTheDots #Beijing #Communism #Latin America #Fidel Castro #communist nation #communist #Comrade #Red Salute
Fidel Castro's military forays in Africa: How the leader's move cost Cuba dearly

Updated : Nov 26, 2016

By : AFP

Category : World

Fidel Castro's military forays in Africa: How the leader's move cost Cuba dearly

Cuban leader Fidel Castro, who died late Friday, was convinced that the global stage for the "world revolution" was happening in Africa -- and thus Cuba became the first Latin American nation to go to war outside its own continent. #World #HowThisWorks #Cold War #Africa #Latin America #Fidel Castro #Cuba #Ethiopia #Congo #castro death
Under Fidel Castro, Cubans lived in fear but revolutionary hero put nation on world map

Updated : Nov 26, 2016

By : Bikram Vohra

Category : World

Under Fidel Castro, Cubans lived in fear but revolutionary hero put nation on world map

Fidel Castro once said that if assassination attempts were an Olympic sport he would have won the gold medal. #World #CIA #InMemoriam #USA #Latin America #Fidel Castro #Cuba #South America #Raul Castro #Havana #assasination #Assasination bids
Colombia: After peace deal collapse, analysts forecast economic consequences

Updated : Oct 13, 2016

By : AFP

Category : World

Colombia: After peace deal collapse, analysts forecast economic consequences

Everything was ready: once approved, Colombia's peace deal would trigger a financial windfall, boost the economy and encourage investment. #United States #World Bank #European Union #Latin America #Colombia #Havana #Bogota #Juan Manuel Santos #FARC #National Liberation Army #Nobel Peace Prize 2016 #Cesar Ferrari #Mauricio Cardenas
Baby born with Zika-caused microcephaly in Spain

Updated : Jul 25, 2016

By : AFP

Category : World

Baby born with Zika-caused microcephaly in Spain

The baby's health is being constantly "monitored"; initial tests confirm that "its head circumference is smaller than normal and that it has microcephaly". #NewsTracker #Europe #Spain #Latin America #Zika #microcephaly #Vall d'Hebron hospital
Zika virus warnings raise demand for abortion in Latin America, finds new study

Updated : Jun 23, 2016

By : IANS

Category : World

Zika virus warnings raise demand for abortion in Latin America, finds new study

Health warnings about complications related to Zika virus have significantly increased the demand for abortions in Latin American countries, a new study has found. #NewsTracker #Health #Latin America #Zika Virus #Zika #FPHealth #abortions in Latin America
Fidel Castro, Evo Morales discuss 'imperialist efforts' in Latin America | Reuters

Updated : May 22, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Fidel Castro, Evo Morales discuss 'imperialist efforts' in Latin America | Reuters

HAVANA Retired Cuban leader Fidel Castro and Bolivian President Evo Morales discussed "imperialist efforts" to undo leftist progress in Latin America during Morales' two-day visit to the Communist-ruled island, Cuban state television reported on Saturday. #Middle East #Copyright #Latin America #Cuba #Foreign policy #article
In landmark victory for the LGBT community, Colombia legalises same-sex marriage

Updated : Apr 29, 2016

By : AFP

Category : World

In landmark victory for the LGBT community, Colombia legalises same-sex marriage

Colombia became the fourth South American country to allow same-sex marriage when the constitutional court definitively legalized it on Thursday. #Brazil #NewsTracker #Same-sex marriage #LGBT #Argentina #Uruguay #Latin America #Mexico #Colombia
Brazil lawmakers begin vote crucial to Rousseff political fate | Reuters

Updated : Apr 18, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Brazil lawmakers begin vote crucial to Rousseff political fate | Reuters

BRASILIA Brazil's lower house of Congress began voting on Sunday on whether to back the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff in a fiercely contested ballot that could hasten the end of 13 years of leftist rule in Latin America's largest economy. With 100 votes cast, 73 congressmen voted in favor of Rousseff's impeachment and 27 voted against or abstained. #Politics #Brazil #markets #Crime #United Kingdom #Latin America