How refreshing, a top U.S. government official for once speaking the truth about the latest example of Netanyahu’s Israel scant regard for Palestinian lives.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro here Tuesday (July 22) and the two exchanged views on bilateral ties, the international situation and other issues of common concern.
That was the horrified question that Al Sharpton, Afro-American civil rights activist and TV commentator, asked Sunday (July 20) at the Riverside Church in New York City.
President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia talked with some in Miami’s Colombian community. He conversed for political reasons, of course.
During its first 14 days, the war in Gaza has left a toll of over 500 dead, the vast majority of whom civilians, and many more injured. Not taken into account by Western media was that Hamas and Islamic Jihad had meanwhile proposed a 10 year truce on the basis of 10 conditions.
The president of the People’s Republic of China, Xi Jinping, arrived in Havana Monday night (July 21) in an official visit designed to strengthen the traditional relations of friendship and cooperation that bind both countries.
With the midterm election a little more than three months away, a legal battle in Florida has cast uncertainty over the state’s upcoming congressional races.
A piece of advice to anyone considering a run for the U.S. House of Representatives: You better be wealthy or have wealthy friends and benefactors willing to spend money on you.
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