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U.S. envoy wants pope to attend climate conference, sway debate

Pope Francis has the moral authority to sway public opinion over global warming and might attend the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Scotland, U.S. President Joe Biden’s climate envoy John Kerry said on Saturday. COP26 is being held in Glasgow in November and could accelerate measures by the…

Agile Leadership for the new Green World

Agile Leaders are inclusive and democratic leaders who show greater openness to new ideas and innovations. They are passionate about learning and focusing on developing people. They possess solid abilities to redefine and communicate the new vision and helping their institutions or countries become agents of change.Traditional leadership practices are…

Vassos Lyssarides, a respected Cypriot Social Democrat Politician, dies at 100

Social Democrats worldwide mourn the passing of Vassos Lyssarides, founder of the Movement of Social Democrats of Cyprus, EDEK, who worked tirelessly for peace and democracy in his nation. In a post on his official Twitter account, Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades said the country lost “one of its historical leaders…

Raul Castro leaves office with a controversial legacy

Army General Raul Castro left the post of First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), leaving a controversial national and universal history legacy. For the first time in more than five decades, the move means that the party – which has ruled the island since the party’s formation…

China’s historic success inspires global poverty relief, says experts

BEIJING, April 7 (Xinhua) — China’s historic success in poverty reduction, as shown in a newly released white paper, is worth learning for other countries still troubled by poverty, foreign experts have said. China’s poverty reduction is a remarkable contribution to the global poverty relief endeavor, said Muratbek Imanaliyev, former…

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…

Spanish palace restores the lost tradition of sending Seville oranges to the queen of England.

A Spain-UK tradition that was lost in the early 20th century is making a comeback. A crate of bitter oranges from the gardens of the Real Alcázar of Seville, Europe’s oldest functioning royal residence, will be made into marmalade and sent to Buckingham Palace as a gift to Queen Elizabeth…