Second list of the main topics of the day of Prensa Latina

Editors: Manuel Guerrero and Manuel Vázquez

CUBA: Cuba will continue fighting for its dreams of peace, affirmed Díaz-Canel

The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, affirmed today that the country will continue to fight tirelessly until it achieves its dreams of peace, development, equity and social justice for all.

CUBA: Pinar del Río attracts tour operators in Cuba

The westernmost province of Cuba, Pinar del Río, today fills the senses of the experts who participate in the 13th edition of the International Nature Tourism Event (Turnat 2022).

CUBA: Family Code embraces people with disabilities in Cuba

The new Family Code today in Cuba is written with pages of humanity, and although many try to manipulate the matter, the case of the young man with a disability, Roger Díaz, narrates it that way.

PANAMA: Incident in the Panama Canal attributed to human error

The Panama Canal Administration (ACP) today attributed the overflow of water in the Gatun lock, in the Atlantic, to human error, an incident that occurred last Tuesday.

PANAMA: Odebrecht case in Panama, it is the turn of the defense

The preliminary hearing for the Odebrecht case, considered the biggest robbery of public funds in Panama, continues today with the arguments of the defense attorneys.

MEXICO: Foreign Minister accuses MIKTA of good reception of peace proposal

The MIKTA countries, Turkiye, Indonesia, South Korea, Australia and Mexico, welcomed today the peace plan that will be presented by the Mexican representation at the UN, said Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard.

USA: US DOJ allowed to continue review of Mar-a-Lago files

A federal appeals court has allowed the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) to continue analyzing classified documents recovered from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence, media outlets reported today.

SPAIN: Spanish government will increase taxes on large incomes

The controversy of eliminating wealth taxes in regions led by the right is still boiling in Spain, where the Government advanced the rise on large incomes.

UNITED KINGDOM: UK resumes hydraulic fracturing for shale

The British Government today lifted the moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, a controversial method of extracting gas and oil from shale, banned in the United Kingdom in 2019, due to its possible relationship with earthquakes.

LEBANON: Lebanese President confirms conclusion of maritime dispute

The President of the Lebanese Republic, Michel Aoun, confirmed the conclusion of the issues in the demarcation file of the southern maritime borders with Israel, tarscended today in the political-social scene of the country.

SPORTS: Nations League returns with an eye on Qatar 2022

The sights point to the 2022 Qatar World Cup, but the return of the European League of Nations will allow the potential of the teams to be gauged from today.



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