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The Central Committee of the Communist Party of Viet Nam yesterday conveyed condolences over the death of revolutionary Cuban heroine Melba Hernandez Rodriguez del Rey.
This year marks the centennial of the outbreak of World War I. What started as a beef between the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Serbia unleashed a clash that brought in Russia, Italy, France, Germany, England and eventually the United States.
In 1980, after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, President Jimmy Carter came up with a way to retaliate: stopping grain sales to Moscow.
The National Association of Broadcasters announced today that Jorge Ramos, renowned broadcast television journalist for Univision and now Fusion, will receive the NAB Distinguished Service Award during the 2014 NAB Show.
A lot of people were baffled -- although it's not clear why the befuddlement -- that Cuba's Castro brothers were caught red-handed smuggling fighter jets, radar and missile components, and other weaponry to Kim Jong-un and North Korea in violation of the U.N. Security Council's arms embargo.
By the time Marco Rubio arrived in Washington in 2011, his story was legend. Here was the 39-year-old son of a bartender and a maid, refugees from Castro's communism, who had risen to the covers of national magazines.
Crank out that cocaine with the aid of state-sponsored factories and pretty soon no one will be unhappy, anywhere.
This ideal, however, is ignored -- even intentionally sabotaged -- far too often.
Following a standing ovation at his address to the standing-room-only crowd, Dr. Ben Carson said that the current state of our government and institutions are "very much like Nazi Germany."
MICHAEL JANSEN: PARANOIA OVER UKRAINE March 10, 2014 Print Send to Friend Exclusive to The Gulf Today The US would be outraged if Russia were to propose a military alliance or free trade agreement with Canada while Britain would be on the defensive if Russia promoted such ties with a breakaway Scotland.
The Cuban Communist Party said heroine Melba Hernandez, a member of the party's Central Committee and parliamentary deputy passed away March 9, from complications linked to Diabetes Mellitus, a disease she had suffered from during years.
Fidel Castro courts newly elected Venezuelan President Romulo Betancourt in Jan. 1959.
As the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee she has, for instance, been a stalwart public defender of the National Security Agency's controversial bulk collection of phone data in the United States.
In one way or another, Cuba is taking note of the street protests occurring these days in Venezuela.
Fidel Castro's daughter Alina Fernandez will share her insight into Cuba's elite during a talk Tuesday at Georgian Court University.