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Feminist mural in Madrid vandalized on International Women’s Day

The faces of the 15 pioneering women depicted in the artwork, including Rosa Parks and Frida Kahlo, were covered with black spray paint in what was the third act of vandalism in just a few hoursThe mural, titled La unidad hace la fuerza (or Unity through strength) had recently drawn

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Green Living

What is the Fabulous Cuban Cuisine?

Havana, Mar 7 (Prensa Latina) Cuban culinary professionals work hard to include the island’s cuisine as a cultural and tourist attraction, and to do so, they promote the idea of creating a gastronomic route and giving visibility to local ingredients. Cuban cuisine has been largely influenced by its native people,

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Green Sports

Cuban baseball is being considered to be declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation.

The presence of baseball as an inseparable part of our culture is indisputable, reflected in music, literature, poetry, and the everyday language of Cubans After years of waiting, continuous petitions and unfinished dialogues, Cuban baseball today celebrates the possibility of being declared a National Cultural Heritage. An indissoluble part of

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Asia

China says hopes U.S. will remove ‘unreasonable’ curbs on cooperation

BEIJING (Reuters) – China urged the United States on Sunday to remove “unreasonable” curbs on cooperation as soon as possible and work together on issues like climate change, while accusing Washington of bringing chaos in the name of spreading democracy. Last week U.S. President Joe Biden singled out a “growing

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Latin America

Cuba, one of the homelands of Colombian Gabriel García Márquez

Journalist and writer Gabriel García Márquez, was born a day like today of 1927, in Aracataca, Colombia. Havana, Mar 6 (Prensa Latina) Before the triumph of the Revolution, on January 1, 1959, Cuba was for Nobel Prize in Literature, Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez, an exotic and picturesque setting in

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Science & Technology

Microsoft hack: White House warns of ‘active threat’ of email attack

The US is expressing growing concern over a hack on Microsoft’s Exchange email software that the tech company has blamed on China. “This is an active threat,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Friday. “Everyone running these servers – government, private sector, academia – needs to act now

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