Thursday, 19. January 2017

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  1. Homs, SANA – A person was killed on Thursday in terrorist sniper shootings by Jabhat al-Nusra in al- Shaniyeh village in the northwestern countryside of Homs. SANA reporter in the province said Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist groups positioned in al-Tiba al-Gharbiyeh village in al-Houla area opened sniper rifle fire at farms in al- Shaniyeh village, located...
  2.   Palmyra, SANA- ISIS terrorist organization committed a massacre against the residents of Palmyra city in Homs Province, claiming the lives of 12 people. SANA reporter in the province quoted local sources as saying that the Takfiri organization on Wednesday night killed 12 persons, among them 4 state employees and two teachers whom it had kidnapped earlier. The sources added that the...
  3. Tahran, SANA_ Iranian Foreign Ministry’s press service said that Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Jaberi Ansari will head the Iranian delegation to Astana talks on the crisis in Syria scheduled next week. ” Iran as one of the initiators of the talks in Astana sees it as an opportunity to establish a dialogue between the government and...
  4. We must prove to our people that these negotiations will indeed bring about genuine change. They are tired of broken promises from politicians and the failed policies of previous GRP regimes.

    The post Opening Speech For The Third Round of Talks in Rome appeared first on NDFP.

  5. The GRP and NDFP should be truly interested in social, economic and political reforms. The Filipino people want to end the oppressive and exploitative ruling system dominated by foreign monopoly capitalists, domestic landlords and capitalist bureaucrats.

    The post Statement at Opening Ceremonies of Third Round of Talks in Rome appeared first on NDFP.

  6. Hama, SANA – The Criminal Security Department in Hama confiscated amounts of narcotic pills prepared to be pushed in Jibrin neighborhood in the city of Hama. A source at Hama Police Command told SANA Thursday that the personnel of Hama Criminal Security Department raided a hideout in Jibrin neighborhood in Hama city and confiscated 1000 pills of Captagon prepared to be pushed....
  7. Torrential downpours and a high tide left many areas under water in the Southern Philippines. The tragic consequences of the floods are that 7 people lost their lives and nearly 7000 people were forced to leave their houses as the water rose waist-high in Mindanao. Rainfalls rate during January has been more than twice the average of this period and around 300km to the east Cagayan De Oro has been left under water. For one more time the workers and the poor habitants are paying the price of the lack of adequate protective measures. The ineffective protective measures result from the capitalistic way of production that ignores peoples’ needs and cares only for the profits. The workers must realize this reality and move on to class oriented militant struggles in order to put pressure on...
  8. Damascus, SANA- Temperatures remain above average from 2 to 4 degrees in most areas as the country is affected by a high air pressure in all layers of the atmosphere. The Meteorology Department expected in its Thursday bulletin that the skies will be clear to partly cloudy in general, warning against the formation of frost...
  9. C.P.I. Candidates Names List - 2017


    Amritsar Lok Sabha                                     Com. Bibi Daswinder Kaur


    Punjab Vidhan Sabha – 2017


    1.  Gidderbaha                                       Com. Jagrup Singh

    2.  Nabha
    ...
  10. Chinese President Xi Jinping said here Wednesday that the United Nations, the most universal, representative and authoritative inter-governmental organization, should play a central role in global governance.
  11. China will maintain the basic tone of seeking progress while maintaining stability this year, said Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.
  12. China and the World Health Organization (WHO) pledged here Wednesday to step up health cooperation under the framework of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative.
  13. Chinese president eyes shared, win-win development for mankind's 
futureChinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday called for building a community of shared future for mankind and achieving shared and win-win development amid growing challenges and risks.
  14. By: Stansfield Smith / Source: counterpunch.org / The Dawn News / December 30, 2016 George Ciccariello-Maher, author of We Created Chavez, has come out with a short book on Venezuela, Building the Commune (Verso, 2016 Verso, 138 pp). Here the grassroots struggle  to build a new society, focusing on the cooperatives, the […]
  15. By: Carlos Aznárez / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / January 18, 2017 The Puerto Rican people are celebrating with love for their motherland. And I bet that, from a distant star, that great independentist revolutionary called Filiberto Ojeda Ríos, who was murdered in cold blood by the […]
  16. Moscow, SANA – Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks on phone with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande about the Russian-Turkish-Iranian agreement on the ceasefire in Syria and preparations underway for the upcoming Astana talks to end the crisis in the country. The Kremlin was quoted by Russia Today website as saying...
  17. The agreement includes the organization and realization of courses, joint exercises, training, information exchanges and reciprocal visits between relevant regulatory authorities and other experts

  18. This, according to Dominican intellectual Silvio Torres-Saillant during the inauguration of the 58th edition of the prestigious literary competition

  19. Source: Colombia Informa / The Dawn News / January 17, 2017 Emilsen Manyoma and her partner Joe Javier Rodallega were murdered Tuesday morning. Manyoma was the leader of the network of Communities Building Peace in the Territories (CONPAZ)  in the Cauca Valley, Bajo Calima region. Manyoma worked for the defense […]
  20. Damascus, SANA – Under the patronage of Mrs. Asmaa al-Assad, the final competitions of the Syrian Science Olympiad to select the winners for 2016-2017 season will kick off next Sunday in Damascus with the participation of 327 students. “In the run-up to the finals, 49165 10th grade students from all provinces competed on schools level,...
  21. After serving 35 years in jail in the United States, Puerto Rican independence fighter Oscar López Rivera’s sentence is set to expire on May 13, 2017, after it was commuted by President Barack Obama, yesterday, January 17

  22. Tehran, SANA-Prime Minister Imad Khamis affirmed that the Syrian leadership is determined to combat terrorism, make the political process a success and to reconstruct what have been destroyed by the unjust war on Syria. During a meeting with foreign policy advisor to Leader of the Islamic Revolution in Iran Ali Akbar Velayati, Khamis said that...
  23. Source: Consortium News by Robert Parry / The Dawn News / January 7, 2017 Repeating an accusation over and over again is not evidence that the accused is guilty, no matter how much “confidence” the accuser asserts about the conclusion. Nor is it evidence just to suggest that someone has a […]
  24. Moscow, SANA-Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announced that the representatives of the Syrian government and the opposition, which signed the cessation of hostilities agreement during the last December, will be invited to the Astana talks on January 23. In a press conference with his Austrian counterpart Sebastian Kurz on Wednesday, Lavrov said that opposition will...
  25. Tehran, SANA – Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister Fayssal Midad said that the participation of the Qatari and Saudi regimes in Astana talks on resolving the crisis in Syria can be discussed when they stop supporting terrorism. In a statement to al-Mayadeen TV on Wednesday, Mikdad said that the United States must show honest intentions...
  26. The NDFP Negotiating Panel has formally raised with the GRP Negotiating Panel its complaints over the continuing violations by the GRP of the Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL) and the Joint Agreement on Safety and Immunity Guarantees (JASIG).

    The post NDFP protests GRP violations of CARHRIHL and JASIG appeared first on NDFP.

  27. A Chinese historian has criticised a Japanese hotel for placing in its rooms a book denying the Nanjing Massacre and the forced recruitment of comfort women.
  28. China welcomed U.S. President Barack Obama's decision to ease sanctions on Sudan, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said at a routine press briefing on Wednesday.
  29. A sound China-India relationship is important to BRICS and developing countries at large, a spokesperson said Wednesday.
  30. China hopes Britain and the European Union (EU) can reach a win-win agreement through negotiation, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said on Wednesday.
  31. Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Belgian King Philippe here on Tuesday, expressing support to the European integration process and opposition to trade protectionism.
  32. Chinese president meets IOC president, pledges to make 2022 Winter Olympics an excellent 
eventChinese President Xi Jinping met with International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach here on Wednesday, and pledged to make Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games a "remarkable, extraordinary and excellent event."
  33. Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday laid out his plan to lead global efforts in charting the course of economic globalization.
  34. Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a "very accurate" keynote speech on Tuesday, at the opening of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, a Mexican expert said.
  35. China will maintain the basic tone of seeking progress while maintaining stability this year, said Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.
  36. China is willing to play a constructive role in the political settlement of the Ukraine crisis, Chinese President Xi Jinping said here Tuesday.
  37. Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday sent condolences to Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev over a deadly cargo plane crash in the Central Asian country.
  38. Some 400,000 families, or 1.4 million people, living in areas known to be geological disaster hot spots will be relocated, according to a government plan released Wednesday.
  39. Xi addresses Davos forum for first time to advance global growth, 
governanceChinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday called for joint efforts to chart the course of economic globalization and forge new models of global growth, cooperation, governance and development.
  40. Visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping called the World Economic Forum (WEF) the "weathervane" of global economy during a meeting with WEF founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab here on Tuesday.
  41. The Communist Party of China (CPC)'s top disciplinary agency on Wednesday named and shamed officials in eight cases of violations as part of a major anti-decadence campaign.
  42. China will take proactive employment policies from now to 2020 to create more jobs and support economic growth, the country's cabinet, the State Council said Wednesday.
  43. The panel of judges, presided by Carlos Celdrán, decided to award this year’s prize to Fátima Patterson who, for years, has brought various works dealing with issues of gender, marginalization and death to the stage

  44. Source: Oxfam / The Dawn News / January 15, 2017 The gap between rich and poor is far greater than had previously been estimated, with big business and the super rich fueling the inequality crisis by dodging taxes, driving down wages, and using their power to influence politics. According to […]
  45. On January 15, 2007, a new era began in Ecuador. Economist Rafael Correa took office with his sights firmly set on a deep restructuring of the state, proposing an inclusive process under the premise of “socialism of good living.”

  46. Source: Granma / The Dawn News / January 13, 2017 An important step forward in improving bilateral relations occurred this January 12 with the signing of an agreement between the governments of Cuba and the United States, which entered into effect this same day, intended to guarantee regular, safe, and […]
  47. Almost half a million children currently benefit from the Cuban program. Regional Vice President of the World Organization for Early Childhood Education to give a lecture in Cuba

  48. Bolivia is preparing to celebrate 11 years since the inauguration of President Evo Morales as the first indigenous president of this Andean nation, and the beginning of the country’s democratic and cultural revolution

  49. By: Ricardo Orozco / Source: Rebelion.org / The Dawn News / January 6, 2017 The lack of coverage that South African student movements have received by Latin American mass media is a clear indicator of the ways in which the racial hierarchies are replicated around the globe, besides revealing the […]
  50. Personalized care offered to patients from around the world distinguishes La Pradera International Health Center, well known for its cancer treatments

  51. The agreement was met with a positive reaction from governments of countries affected by the irregular emigration of Cubans to the United States

  52. Source: Movimento dos Trabalhadores Sem Teto / The Dawn News / January 17, 2017 Earlier today, the Sao Paulo Military Police showed up at the San Mateo Colonial Occupation and evicted the area, in which 700 families lived. The first operative of reintegration of positions, overseen by Joao Doria, had the characteristics of a military operation. […]
  53. The U.S. Treasury Department has imposed fines on the nonprofit organization Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy and the Canadian bank Toronto Dominion (TD), for $10,000 and $955,750, respectively

  54. The Memorandum was signed by Vice-Admiral Julio César Gandarilla Bermejo, Interior Minister of the Republic of Cuba, and Ambassador Jeffrey DeLaurentis, Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Havana

  55. During a visit to the province of Pinar del Río, First Vice Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez took interest in the rotation and care of soils, as well as a novel system for the cultivation of high quality seedlings

  56. Source: TeleSUR / The Dawn News / January 17, 2017 The former member of Alvaro Uribe’s government is accused of accepting US$6.5 million in bribes from the Brazilian construction company. A former Colombian minister became the first person to accept charges linked to the multi-million dollar corruption scandalin involving Brazil’s largest construction company, […]
  57. Source: TeleSUR / The Dawn News / January 17, 2017 Gustavo Castro, Caceres’ colleague and the only eye-witness, has denounced that he still has not been asked to identify Rodriguez. Former Honduran soldier Henry Javier Hernandez Rodriguez, the eighth person arrested in connection to the murder of renowned Honduran Indigenous […]
  58. Around 20 Haitian youths – members of the 4th Antenor Firmin Voluntary Work and Solidarity Brigade – visited Cuba January 4-11 and undertook various activities, while reaffirming the ties of friendship between the two peoples

  59. Representatives from Cuba and the United States held their fourth bilateral meeting on trafficking in persons in Washington, the Cuban Foreign Ministry reported today, January 16

  60. Press conference with Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, MINREX Director General for the United States, at the International Press Center, Havana, January 12, 2017, “Year 59 of the Revolution”

  61. She was a girl from Suriname who lived under the radar in French Guiana for 10 years before finally being granted residency papers last March. This is the story of her struggles, her dreams and her nightmares.
    Anastasia, a young Bushinengue mother, is seated at the back of a little shop in the La Charbonnière neighborhood of Saint-Laurent-du-Maroni, savoring her new life. After 10 years as an illegal immigrant, this woman from Suriname was finally granted residency papers last March. (...)

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  62. Villa Clara saw tributes to Fidel, recognized as the father of Cuban scientific development

  63. The people united will march the night of January 28, on the eve of the anniversary of José Martí's birth, from San Antonio to Maisí, with Fidel as always

  64. Every day, early in the morning, groups of women dressed in vividly colored overcoats, gather in two locations in Kokand, a city in Uzbekistan’s Ferghana Valley. During the morning, they are picked up, either alone or in small groups, by people looking for extra hands to do some construction work or farming. The women work in various difficult and hard works for the whole day and they are usually paid about $5, payment which corresponds to one kilogram of beef. The women in Uzbekistan are forced to this daily routine by the adverse living conditions, the poverty and the lack of the alternative options or state aid. The World Federation of Trade Unions struggles in order to create and ensure decent work with conditions and wages based on the contemporary needs of the working class. The...
  65. Editorial by Sébastien Crépel:“ Behind the illusion looms a future of extreme insecurity for each of us, a future which holds the destruction of collective rights in favour of outmoded “tough measures”, deregulation for the profit of others, and a series of cuts to taxes and contributions on the wealth and on the income and property of the wealthiest in the name of prioritising “investment” in the so-called innovative sectors.”
    Like every technological revolution, the digital revolution has this (...)

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  66. "Communist parties across the world play a unique role in demonstrating that capitalism, because of its commitment to marketisation and profit, cannot provide lasting reforms and that a socialist alternative is the only solution to capitalist crisis. The Communist Party can play this unique role in Britain and its programme Britain's Road to Socialism is a key tool in support of this. It is the role of the Communist Party to give the working class and its allies a vision of an alternative society, a socialist society, by taking into account our own country's history and conditions."

    The full report of the Main Resolution of the Communist Party of

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  67. The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) and its allied revolutionary organizations including the Communist Party of the Philippines and the New People’s Army, extend warmest militant greetings of solidarity and congratulations to the Red Block Jugendwiderstand on the occasion of the weekend activities including the Cultural Event and Demonstration this January 2017.

    The post Message of solidarity to the Red Block Jugendwiderstand on the occasion of the 2017 Lenin-Liebknecht-Luxemburg Weekend Commemoration, 15-17 January 2017 appeared first on ...

  68. With great success concluded the WFTU seminar in Niger on the topic of “Health and Safety in the Workplaces”. The seminar was hosted by the Federation of WFTU Affiliates in Niger FONA-FSM Niger. The participants discussed about the situation of the workers in Niger and the struggle of the trade unions in the country for measures of health and safety.
  69. The continuous imperialistic attacks in Yemen, causing the death of thousands of civilians, among whom little children, on a daily basis, provokes the anger and indignation of all the workers. Since the imperialistic intervention of Saudi Arabia in Yemen, almost two years ago, for the interests of the western and the eastern monopolies, several attacks have taken place against hospitals, schools, factories, heavily populated areas, open markets, with 1.400 children dead, over 2.140 children injured and over 1.300 children recruited by the two main rival forces, i.e. the Shia Houthis, supporting the interests of Iran on the one side, and the President Hadi and his allies of Saudi Arabia and the USA on the other. Moreover, more than 2.200.000 children have died of malnutrition in the...
  70. 200 workers from “Hallmark” garment factory were striking during last week, demanding their unpaid wages. Their wages should have been paid on 5th January, the official factory pay day. During the last days the workers agreed to accept a written promise that wages would be paid no later than January 12. Until yesterday the employers instead of paying the wages, they announced that they will cut the wages for the days of the strike. The situation in the Myanmar garment factories reflects the common strategy of the owners of the factories and the government of Myanmar of reducing the production cost in order to attract foreign capitals to the garment sector. The World Federation of Trade Unions, representing 92 million workers in the 5 continents, stands on the side of the workers of the...
  71. The World Federation of Trade Unions, representing 92 million workers, struggles against the exploitation of non-regular and flexible forms of employment. The employers and the bourgeois class use the workers with fixed-term contracts as low cost working force. The majority of these workers work full time and with the same working conditions with the permanent workers but with fewer rights. Because of the fixed-term contract they face reduced wages, reduced overtime payment, fewer benefits regarding the permit days and more work insecurity. The World Federation of Trade Unions demands equal rights for equal work regardless the gender, the age, and the status of the workers. In this direction, the WFTU supports the demands of the Postal Workers in Japan and all workers affected by the...
  72. Prospects look encouraging for cruise ship tourism in the city of Cienfuegos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site whose historical values are attracting an increasing number of visitors

  73. Cuba and the United States have signed an agreement intended to guarantee regular, safe, and ordered migration, eliminating the "wet foot-dry foot" policy and the parole program for Cuban medical professional

  74. This January 12, the governments of the Republic of Cuba and the United States of America agreed to take a major step toward the normalization of their migration relations, in order to ensure a regular, safe and orderly migration

  75. This January 12, theWhite House issued a statement on the ending of the so-called “wet-foot/dry foot” policy and the Cuban Medical Professional Parole Program

  76. The Second International Symposium on Gender Violence, Prostitution, Sex Tourism and Trafficking in Persons “Berta Cáceres in memoriam” aims to promote the implementation of national strategies in response to these issues

  77. Jeremy Corbyn's speech in Peterborough earlier this week offers a united way forward for the labour movement on Britain's exit from the EU, according to the Communist Party.

    CP general secretary Robert Griffiths said that his 'incisive and important' remarks should not be forgotten in a 'mediafog of misreporting and distortion'. While most news coverage concentrated on the Labour Party leader's comments about a maximum salary cap, the Peterborough speech set out how, in Mr Corbyn's words, 'Labour will build a better Britain out of Brexit'.

  78. Dr. Orlando Perdomo, Cidem director of Research and Development, explained that the Center’s portfolio of research projects includes innovative new chemical, medicine and molecular lines

  79. On January 11, plans were announced for this year’s anniversary celebrations which, as is customary, will be dedicated to José Martí on the 164th anniversary of his birth

  80. A high level delegation of ODT-Morocco headed by its General Secretary Ali Lofti met with the WFTU Representative George Bazionis. During the meeting they discussed about the resolutions of the 17th World Trade Union Congress and the Iniatives of WFTU in the Region of North Africa.
  81. Press Release



    The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India (CPI) has issued the following statement condemning the vituperative outburst against Muslims by a BJP MP:

                    

      The CPI Central Secretariat notes with strong indignation and severe contempt the statement of BJP’s controversial MP Sakshi Maharaj, that those with four wives, forty children and three talaqs are responsible for the increase in population.
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  82. CUBAN science, an indisputable product of the Revolution and Fidel’s visionary thinking, today faces the challenge of more swiftly linking to the production of goods and services, based on obtaining high-tech and innovative results and always closing the research-manufacturing-marketing cycle.

  83. By Inge Kuijper. Published on January 8, 2017. Originally published at http://www.greenunfolding.com In the last 3 months in Greece I have seen resilience, creativity, collaboration and kindness beyond belief. I enjoyed […]
  84. Dear Comrades and Friends,


                Our Party and other left parties in particular and the Nation at large are facing an unprecedented challenge from the Rightwing forces spearheaded by Sangh Parivar and its affiliates with the total blessings of Prime Minster Narendra Modi. They are trying to destroy the secular-democratic fabric of the country by attacking the universities, all educational and cultural institutions student leaders,
    ...
  85. Photo by Marko Drobnjakovic 9 January 2017 originally published at http://www.msf.org A man stands inside a disused railway warehouse used by refugees and migrants as shelter in Belgrade, Serbia, 5 January […]
  86. Heavy floods afflict the southern provinces of Thailand since the begging of the New Year 2017. The poor people who live in the lowest Southern part of the county are helpless during the disasters that are caused by the floods. At least 11 people lost their lives and about 15 billion baht is the cost of the flood damages. The lack of adequate protection measures also contributed to the losses. The World Federation of Trade Unions representing 92 million workers in the 5 continents stands on the side of the workers and the poor citizens of Southern Thailand, demanding the immediate implementation of adequate security measures in order to guarantee the security of the citizens’ lives. At the same time, the authorities should be ready to start the recovery of the southern country with the...
  87. During the last days, the wave of bad weather is affecting Balkan and other European countries. Several people died of cold in Bulgaria, Italy and Poland, while in other countries like Turkey and Croatia, people are seriously affected by the low temperatures and snowstorms. In Greece, we all remember the tragic death of a 13 year old girl from Serbia, who died in Thessaloniki few years ago, because of the fumes of the brazier that they used in order to keep their house warm, as it was the case for two students who died from the same reason in Larissa. All workers in Balkan and the rest European countries, must fight through their trade unions for protection measures of the working class against adverse weather conditions. Otherwise, the poor, the homeless, the refugees will continue...
  88. Sprawling beneath the Acropolis, modern Athens is commonly viewed in negative terms: congested, ugly and monotonous. A Mediterranean version of ‘informal’ urbanism prevalent throughout the so-called developing world, Builders, Housewives […]
  89. The WFTU Headoffice General Coordinator Anda Anastasaki is taking part in the AIBEA 28th National Conference in Chennai, India representing the WFTU. Today January 8th she addressed the following speech: “Dear Colleagues, Brothers and sisters, On behalf of the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) and the 92 million workers it represents in 126 countries of the world, I would like to greet the 28th  Conference of AIBEA and express my best wishes of success to your Confderence.  We cordially wish to thank the AIBEA India for the invitation addressed to the WFTU General Secretary comrade George Mavrikos, who has tried very hard to change his schedule and to be with you today but he couldn’t do so due to other important  commitments. Before I proceed with my greeting speech, I especially...
  90. In this interview with L'Humanité newspaper, the chief economist of the French communist party (PCF) Denis Durand argues that replacing the criteria of profitability that guides banks today by that of social effectiveness implies not only legislation such as nationalization, but also underpinning from social movements.
    On 1 January, several French banks increased their charges by an average of 13%, despite generating large profits. The banks say the increases are to compensate for the lower (...)

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  91. Following Monday's clashes and clashes in Bejaia, the police arrested about a hundred young protesters. After the adoption of an austere 2017 budget law, the government has accused the protesters of wanting to "stir things up " to "destabilize the country".
    Calm has returned, public transport services have tentatively resumed, but the feeling of revolt against the austerity measures decided in Algiers remains intact. Yesterday, for the second day in a row, most businesses dropped the (...)

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  92. National Commission of Support and Follow-up of the unjust trial of the Saharawi political prisoners of Gdeim Izik held a meeting yesterday chaired by the Saharawi coordinator with MINURSO, Mr. Frente POLISARIO, Mr M’hamed Khadad to assess the situation of Saharawi prisoners after postponing their unfair trial. The meeting was attended by the Vice-Chairman of
  93. The President of the Republic, Secretary-General of the Frente POLISARIO, Brahim Ghali, sent a message of congratulations his Cuban counterpart, Raul Castro Ruz, on the 58th anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban revolution. “I am pleased to express, on my own behalf, on behalf of the Saharawi Government and people, to Your Excellency and
  94. Spanish Popular Party has affirmed its support for a just and lasting political solution acceptable to the parties to the conflict in Western Sahara, under the principles of the charter of the United Nations, according to Spanish media. This comes in the framework of the preparation for the 18th conference held in February in Madrid,
  95. The A.S. Onassis Program in Hellenic Studies wishes you happiness and health in the New Year! We are looking forward to welcoming you back to the Hellenic Studies Program in […]
  96. What sadness this brings, this tragedy for Russia and for the world. Our condolences to the Choir of the Red Army, a choir that enchanted me in my youth.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6M...

    - Blog of Hervé Fuyet
  97. Dear readers
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    The two paintings by Picasso ("Guernica" above and "La Colombe de la Paix" at the bottom of the message) represent the tragedies of war and the hope for peace. Those two paintings are extremely relevant to the historical period in which we live today. In this respect, our work is very important in moving toward a better understanding of the world and in pursuing a world of peace.
    We would like to thank all of you (...)

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  98. Press Release



    The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India issued the following statement on December 27, 2016 highlighting the contradictions within the government over ways and means to ensure higher national revenues:

     

    The Central Secretariat of the CPI feels that the cat is out of the bag as Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley contradicts Prime Minister Narendra Modi just 24 hours after he highlighted on December 25,
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  99. Resolution on Write off interest on Women Self Help Groups loans

    (Adopted by N.C.)


            The demonetization has pushed common people into unprecedented miseries and sufferings. The daily wage employment has lost because of the refusal of the small and medium employers to engage the workers for lack of money for wages.


    The unorganized sector engages around 80% of the total workforce of our country is a cash based
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  100. RESOLUTION ON FORCED REDUCED RETURNS ON EPF

    (Adopted by N.C.)


          The national council meeting at Hyderabad vehemently condemns the continuing attack on our workers by the Narendra Modi government, the latest being its decision to reduce the interest rate on the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) accumulations lying with the government and to curtail the prevailing benefits assured by the Employees State Insurance (ESI) to the employees and workers. It may be recalled here that the workers
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