Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Canal RSS de la Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Confusion Reigns in Ethiopia Due to Attack (+Photos) By Richard Ruíz Julién Addis Ababa, Jun 23 (Prensa Latina) While the uncertainty takes over the residents of this capital after an explosion that terrified today a demonstration in support of the Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, the reports now put the figure of injured in 164. Venezuela Deplores US Withdrawal of Human Rights Council Caracas, Jun 20 (Prensa Latina) The government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro deplored the abrupt withdrawal of the United States from the Human Rights Council (HR) of the United Nations (UN). In a statement, released by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jorge Arreaza, the executive stated that the U.S. administration''s decision responds to its inability to recognize ''the results of the scrutiny of an international democratic body, which did not conform to its claims of control and subordination ''. Turkey Hosts Most Refugees in the World Ankara, Jun 20 (Prensa Latina) Turkey is for the fourth consecutive year the country hosting the largest number of foreign migrants worldwide, with 3.5 million, according to a report published today on the occasion of World Refugee Day. U.S.-Cuba: Between Backing Down and the Willingness to Better Links By Martha Andres Roman Washington (PL) One year after President Donald Trump's decision to reverse much of the rapprochement with Cuba, two realities finally emerge: the backward step in links and the interest of many sectors to improve them. Colombia is Definitely Another Country By Tania PeñaBogota, Jun 18 (Prensa Latina) Despite the return of Uribism to the government, Colombia Humana's result at the polls is historic. Trade War in the Making: China Returns U.S. Tariff Blow By Yolaidy Martinez Ruiz Beijing, (Prensa Latina) The automatic reaction of China to U.S. protectionism again raised tensions between the first and second world powers, risking a trade war now shadowed by the lack of confidence. Che Has Not Died, Says Cuban Hero Antonio Guerrero By Maylin Vidal Rosario, Argentina, Jun 13 (Prensa Latina) Che has not died, he is present among us, said today the Cuban hero Antonio Guerrero on his arrival in the hometown of the Heroic Guerrilla Man, who would turn 90 tomorrow. Cuba Ratifies Commitment to the Caribbean Historic Struggles Georgetown, Jun 12 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Rogelio Sierra ratified today his country's commitment to the struggles of the Caribbean Community in the international arena. New Survey for Obrador Reveals 27.8 Percent of Undecided Mexicans Mexico, Jun 12 (Prensa Latina) A new survey, this time commissioned by the bosses, confirms today the advantage of presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador for the July 1st election although it also registered 27.8 percent of undecided. A Call to Cubans to Perpetuate Che Guevara's Legacy Havana, Jun 12 (Prensa Latina) The commitment to daily work, ethics and honesty are part of Argentine-Cuban guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara''s legacy, an example that must be perpetuated, assured today the professor and researcher Santiago Rony Feliú. Kim-Trump Summit: Declaration First, Actions Later Singapur, Jun 12 (Prensa Latina) Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un signed Tuesday a joint declaration after their summit in Singapore, in which the North Korean leader commits to complete denuclearization of Korean Peninsula while the US President to halt military drills, but the latter said sanctions against Pyongyang will remain in place. China Expects Positive Results from Kim-Trump Summit Beijing, Jun 11 (Prensa Latina) China said today it expects positive results from the summit meeting in Singapur between the leaders of the People''s Democratic Republic of Korea (PDRK) and the United States, considered a key factor in the denuclearization of the Korean península. Iran Warns of Destructive Outcomes If Nuclear Pact Fails Beijing, Jun 10 (Prensa Latina) Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned today in China about the destructive outcomes for the global community if the nuclear pact fails and it does not respond to the unilateral decision of the United States to abandon it. U.S. Congressman Highlights Need for Agricultural Trade with Cuba By Martha Andres Roman Washington, Jun 7 (Prensa Latina) Republican Representative Tom Emmer considered necessary today a bi-directional agricultural trade between Cuba and the United States, at a time when the North American agricultural community faces great challenges. PRI Bets on Indecisive Voters in Mexican Elections Mexico, Jun 7 (Prensa Latina) The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) is betting on indecisive voters to reduce the distance between its presidential candidate, Jose Antonio Meade, from the favorite winner of the July 1 elections, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. OAS is U.S. Imperialism's Greatest Lackey, says Venezuela By Luis Beatón Caracas, Jun 7 (Prensa Latina) After failing once more this week in promoting the aggression against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the Organization of American States (OAS) was confirmed as 'the greatest lackey of U.S. imperialism'. Saratov: a Bridge in the Volga River for Russian Development (+Photos) By Antonio Rondón GarcíaSaratov, Russia, Jun 7 (Prensa Latina) Saratov, on the banks of the Volga River, is today a bridge to unite Russia''s development with China and other economies of the region, both as a way of transit of goods and due to its technological contribution to that process. Criminals Intimidate Free Zone Workers in Nicaragua Managua, Jun 5 (Prensa Latina) Alleged criminal groups entered today the Astro Carton Nicaragua SA Industrial Park and intimidated the workers of the free zone with firearms and mortars, without reporting fatalities. Masaya, from Prosperity to Chaos By Yanet Llanes AlemanManagua, Jun 5 (Prensa Latina) Known as the city of flowers, Masaya has gone from prosperity to chaos, after being hit by the wave of violence that broke out in Nicaragua more than 40 days ago. School Bullying Takes 21 Youngsters' Lives in Costa Rica San Jose, (Prensa Latina) The Professional College of Psychologists presented today the campaign ''Stop School Bullying'' to put a curb on this scourge in Costa Rica, which this year has already claimed the lives of 21 children and young people.