Thursday, September 25, 2008

Cuba Demands New World Order at UN General Assembly

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Cuba VP blames US, others for world food crisis
International Herald Tribune, France - 18 hours ago
AP UNITED NATIONS: Cuba's vice president tore into the United States and other industrial countries on Wednesday, blaming them for skyrocketing oil prices ...
Cuban first vice president speaks on first day
Granma International, Cuba - 23 hours ago
JOSÉ Ramón Machado Ventura took part in the inaugural session of the high- level segment of the 63rd session of the UN General Assembly this Tuesday. ...
Cuba Reiterates Call For End To US Blockade
CARIBWORLDNEWS.COM, NY - 9 hours ago
CsribWorldNews, United Nations, NY, Thurs. Sept. 25, 2008: Cuba has once again reiterated its call for a lifting of the decades old US embargo against the ...
Cuba slams US for imposing decades-long blockade
Balita.org, UK - 12 hours ago
UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 25 — Cuba slammed the United States on Wednesday for imposing a decades-long blockade against the Caribbean state. ...

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Cuba Demands New World Order at UN General Assembly
Cuba News, Cuba - 14 hours ago
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept 24 (acn) Cuban First Vice-President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura demanded a new and fairer world order as he addressed the 63 Period of ...
Rich countries abuse power at expense of the poor, Cuba says at UN ...
UN News Centre - 17 hours ago
24 September 2008 – Poor countries continue to bear the brunt of “the irrationality, wastefulness and speculation” of some wealthy nations that wield unfair ...
Cuban First VP to Address UN Assembly
Prensa Latina, Cuba - 21 hours ago
United Nations, Sep 24 (Prensa Latina) Cuba´s First Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, who will address the UN General Assembly on Wednesday, ...
Cuba Participates in 63rd Period of Sessions of UN General Assembly
Cuba News, Cuba - 22 hours ago
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept 24 (acn) Cuban Fist Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura participated on Tuesday in the opening day of the High Level Meeting of the ...

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