Cuba will designate on March 12 the 605 members of its National Assembly, an electoral process without surprise since there are as many candidates as seats.
The 68-year-old son of Cuba's former leader Fidel Castro has died in Havana after taking his own life, according to Cuban state media, quoted by BBC.
Fidel Ángel Castro Díaz-Balart was found on Thursday morning and is said to have suffered from depression.
The first-born son of the late president was nicknamed "Fidelito", or Little Fidel, because of the family resemblance.
The 64-year-old Serb politician died in the local hospital, where he was taken after the incident.
A post mortem carried out in this town in northern Kosovo on Tuesday afternoon showed that the as yet unknown killer shot Ivanovic six times in the chest and upper abdomen. According to this, the murder weapon was a Zastava M70A pistol.
According to the Serbian government, the two officials "noted that there is a mutual positive impulse for further strengthening of cooperation between the two countries."
During his meeting, Vulin expressed his gratitude for Cuba's support to Serbia's fight to preserve its sovereignty and territorial integrity.
The Democratic Party (DS) is in coalition with the New Party (NS) for the city ballot. All three parties are in opposition at the state level.
Tadic, a former DS leader and Serbia's former president, explained that the SDS decision "stems from another decision - to move towards a reunification of the DS."
He urged former DS leaders to "sit down" after the elections.
An earthquake of magnitude 7.6 on the Richter scale shook the Caribbean. The epicenter was near the islands belonging to Honduras. There is no information yet about casualties and damages. However, there is a danger of tsunami in the territories of Mexico, Cuba, Belize, Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.