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The US Blockade Hinders Cuban Food Imports

The US economic war against Cuba has a direct impact on the island’s food imports destined for schools, nursing homes, hospitals, day-care centers, and the ge... More

Cuba Looks forwards to a Decentralized Socialist Model

The update of the Cuban economic model experienced advancement in 2013 on the firm grounds and in search of local solutions to domestic problems and to the effe... More

Cubans Have Enough Reasons to Celebrate

Cubans celebrate the 55th anniversary of their Revolution on January 1 as they advance the social project they chose that same day in 1959 and this while involv... More

The World Remembers 1989 U.S. Invasion of Panama

On December 20th, 1989, millions of working people throughout the Americas and the world awoke to the news that the United States had invaded Panama during the ... More

Special care for pregnant women, a priority in Cuba

Pregnant women with diabetes are at high-risk and need special care before, during and after pregnancy. Optimal attention for these women has been a priority at... More

Mandela: Cuba had a Place in the Heart of Africa

Nelson Mandela maintained close links with Cuba. Recall his words when he visited the western Cuban province of Matanzas in 1991 when he said, “Cuba has a spe... More

Human Rights: The acknowledgement of Cuba’s Dignity

The visionaries who drafted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the hope of achieving a better world, were far from imagining that some time later the ... More

The Undeclared but Open US War on Venezuela

A large electric outage that took occured Venezuela this week has been interpreted by the Bolivarian government as another action by the US-sponsored opposition... More

Bolivia now has its own Satellite Too!

Talking about a Bolivian telecommunications satellite was perhaps a cause for laughter for some in the past. But the fact is that Bolivia, a country considered ... More

Latin American Children Look for Sustenance in Agricultural Work

Inequalities prevailing in Latin America have a direct impact on children, with a large number of them trying to contribute to their poor families’ income by ... More

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