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Cuba: Bolivian students of the Faculty of Medical Sciences Juan Guiteras in Matanzas, expressed their support today for their constitutional president, Evo Morales, who suffered a coup plot that forced him to resign, Prensa Latina reports.

Havana: Their Majesties, the King and Queen of Spain, Don Felipe and Doña Letizia, will arrive in Cuba Monday night, November 11, on an official visit, Radio Habana Cuba publishes.

Bolivia: Bolivian leader Evo Morales thanked today for the solidarity in his country and the world after the coup that led him to resign, and accused Carlos Mesa and Luis Fernando Camacho of conspirators and discriminators, Radio Reloj reports.

Bolivia: After hearing the news of the coup d'etat in Bolivia, leaders from differeny countries of the world condemned those events in that Andean nation, Radio Reloj reports.

Mayabeque, Cuba: The hand-cut and mechanized platoons that will participate in the next sugar harvest received the flag that accredits them. The leader of the platoon 6 Front 1, Yunior Cartaya Bello, read the commitment on behalf of the participants: “We presented the flag to 7 mechanized platoons, 4 of land preparation and two brigades of cane cutters, all ready for the sugar harvest 2019-2020”.

Mayabeque, Cuba: The journalist María Elena Fernández Ruiz, of Radio Mayabeque, received the Caracol award, granted by the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC) in the radio-documentary genre.

Mayabeque, Cuba: The youth debate intensifies in Madruga a few days before the municipal assembly Eleventh Congress of the Young Communists League (UJC by its Spanish initials), scheduled for next November 16.

La Paz: The siege around the embassies of Venezuela and Cuba in La Paz by extreme opponents to the government of President Evo Morales was denounced on Sunday by those diplomatic missions.

Havana, Cuba: In just four days, from Thursday 7 to Sunday, November 10, the American humanitarian organization Operation Walk carried out 56 prosthetic hip and knee replacements to 44 Cuban patients, of which 12 needed double interventions, Cubadebate publishes.