World News

Cuban foreign minister speaks in Harlem

NEW YORK – Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs Felipe Pérez Roque made a powerful indictment of the United States’ role in harassing and blackmailing the Cuban people and government throughout the last 40 years when he spoke at the Church of the Intercession in Harlem on Sept. 27.

More setbacks for Bush on Iraq

The Bush administration’s effort to get international cover for its Iraq occupation suffered a serious setback at the United Nations last week when Secretary-General Kofi Annan said the UN must be given a leading role in restoring Iraqi sovereignty or it would not be involved in Iraq at all.

International notes

Cuba: U.S. charges of bioterrorism a ‘lie’ / South Africa: ‘Red October’ focuses on farm workers / India: Unions vs. oil privatization / Italy: General strike looms over pensions