Ramallah - Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh criticized the Israeli decision today to ban entry of US congresswomen Rasihda Tlaib and Ilhan Omar before their planned visit to the occupied West Bank.
Shtayyeh declared through the Twitter social network that the Tel Aviv decision implies fear of exposing the oppression of Israeli occupation against Palestinians to the American and international public.
Israel fights all those who oppose its policy of maintaining the occupation and tries to silence the voices calling for peace and the realization of the rights of the Palestinian people, the prime minister added.
The official said the ban on entry to the West Bank for Congresswomen Tlaib and Omar reaffirms the fact that democracy and racism are incompatible.
Havana, Cuba - The multidisciplinary project of the Cuban Art Factory (FAC), led by musician X Alfonso, was nominated for the fourth consecutive time at the World Travel Awards (WTA).
This event, which recognizes, rewards and celebrates excellence in all key sectors of the travel, tourism and hotel industries around the world, is the most important award in the global tourism industry.Read More
The Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC) issued a statement on Tuesday rejecting recent remarks by Peruvian-Spanish writer Mario Vargas Llosa, in which he blamed social outbreaks in the continent on Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua and promoted an internal uprising in Cuba.Read More
One of the actions, in correspondence with this objective, is aimed at exchanging ideas on the current perspectives of contemporary Cuban animation, which takes place at the International Film and Television School (EICTV) in San Antonio de los Baños, from 9 to December 13th.Read More