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Solidarity with the Cuban Five in Washington

Washington DC is experiencing some lively days. The US capital is, for the third time in a row, the theatre of public expressions of solidarity with the three C... More

RHC's Viewpoint May 28 - Elections in Colombia

Many Colombian citizens have voiced their fear that following the first round of the presidential elections the hatred that signaled the conclusion of the first... More

Latin American Unity - RHC's Viewpoint May 15

South American countries recently have been conducting intense diplomatic activity confirming the will to advance towards fluid and friendly links between the n... More

Big Challenges Ahead for New Panamanian President-Elect

A huge task awaits the President-elect of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, following his victory at Sunday’s widespread elections that also chose the vicepresident... More

The Sexual Traffic of Children

Trafficking in other human beings is a world-wide problem. Its best known facet is sexual exploitation, but all too many other victims are subjected to forced l... More

Aging in Cuba

Petronila Ernat is the name of the oldest living Cuban, a resident of Las Tunas province, Petronila has just turned 113. The confirmed information was disclosed... More

Martí and May Day

In 1886, four anarchist leaders were hanged in Chicago. Two hundred thousand people took part in the funeral procession, either lining the streets or marching b... More

A Very Special May Day Celebration

It was on May 1st 1961, 53 years ago today, that Radio Havana Cuba was officially launched, although it began transmitting a few weeks earlier as an experimenta... More

Cuba and Russia Broaden Trade Relations

Cuba has been restructuring its debts to jump start it's economy and attract investment. Three years ago it restructured $6 billion of its debt with China, and ... More

The Fight Against Hunger in Latin America

Argentinian economist Raúl Benítez, head of the FAO, the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations office for Latin America and the Caribbean, ... More

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