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Protests Over Corruption in Guatemala

In Guatemala, outrage over two corruption scandals has fueled marches since the end of April, when an international prosecutors’ panel, backed by the United N... More

Who is Simon Trinidad? Profile of a Senior FARC Leader

Ricardo Palmera, aka Simon Trinidad, has spent 11 years in complete isolation in a U.S. "supermax" prison: a violation of the United Nations Conventio... More

UNESCO Breaks Silence on Slavery

Given the tenet that concealment or ignorance of major historical events constitutes an obstacle to mutual understanding, reconciliation and cooperation among p... More

Shake the Tree and Collect its Fruits

For over 40 years, there was no a single food shipment between the US and Cuba, but in 2000 the Bill Clinton administration allowed exports produce to the islan... More

Viva la radio!

Today Radio Havana Cuba joins the celebration of World Radio Day, proclaimed four years ago by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural O... More

Farmers Discuss Need to Increase Production

As part of the discussions of the Ninth Congress of the National Association of Private Farmers, Cuban farmers are currently undergoing a debate on the need to ... More

Editorial Says Obama Doesn’t Need Congressional Permission to End Blockade on Cuba

Petrolia, January 12 (RHC) -- When U.S. President Obama announced on December 17th that he would direct his administration to start normalizing relations with C... More

U.S. Expert Says Cuba Could Rejoin the IMF

Sanibel, January 8 (RHC)–- The restoration of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States unlocks new prospects for the island’s economy. Some s... More

Harvard Academic Conveys Views on Economic Sanctions

Cambridge, January 2 (RHC)-- With Western economic sanctions against Russia, Iran, and Cuba in the news, it is a good time to take stock of the debate on just h... More

U.S. Laws Has Always Been Designed to Suffocate Cuba

On February 9, 1995, a year before the Helms-Burton Act of 1996, House Representative, and New York Democrat Charles Rangel introduced a bill, the Free Trade wi... More

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