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President Miguel Diaz-Canel said the new period would be characterized by "modernization of the economic and social model." Full Story

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An estimated 4,500 Chilean academics, researchers and scientists will march simultaneously with colleagues in over 500 cities around the world.
Large purchase orders made during the course of a day were conducted by the 'corrupt network,' flying under the radar of the maximum limit allotted to contractors.
"The aggression against the former Brazilian leader is a continental movement directed by the intelligence services of the United States," the National Assembly said.
In the past few weeks, protests have been held against the sodomy laws, with several religious groups simultaneously campaigning in their favor.
"This is in the interests of everyone, of the whole of humanity. It's a sphere of activity that can unite us," the Russian president said.
Reports of the murders of El Comercio journalist Javier Ortega, photographer Paul Rivas and driver Efrain Segarra have yet to be confirmed.
President Donald Trump says an airstrike on Syria is imminent, but the United States has yet to find any evidence confirming the chemical attack.
Researchers at Colorado State University predict seven hurricanes, as well as 14 named storms, will form this year.
The scandal broke in March after a teenaged Independiente soccer player told a club psychologist that he had been encouraged to sell himself for sex.
One of Argentina’s top soccer teams is being investigated for running a pedophile ring of minor-aged players.
"In Carlos Fuentes, we have a writer that took in the social and cultural phenomena of his time that looked in the mirror of society and proposed possible worlds."
Dylan is among several musicians and singers reimagining classic love songs as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender songs for the album.
The filmmaker said racism is very pronounced in New Zealand, explaining he faced blatant discrimination as a Te Whānau-ā-Apanui youth.