Wacky adventure in the networks

Judicial wars against political personalities and the poisoning of social networks with distortions and false news are becoming more and more common nowadays, with members of left-wing and progressive parties as favourite targets.... More

Cuban women are preparing for the 11th Congress of their umbrella organisation, the FMC, which for more than 6 decades has represented the interests of this important segment of the population and supported their full integration into society.... More

Trade delegation visits could be frequent between Cuba and the United States given their geographic proximity, although the blockade prevents this.... More

Two weeks after the presidential and legislative elections in El Salvador, the composition of the new Legislative Assembly, which will have 60 members, is now known.... More

Poverty in Argentina stands at over 57%, a rate that many fear could continue to rise, given the measures adopted by the government of President Javier Milei, which are leading to a rapid deterioration in the living conditions of many Argentinian families.... More

Can it be any clearer?

Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva recently expressed a series of blunt truths about what is really happening in the Middle East, in particular in the martyred Gaza Strip, subjected to intense Zionist bombardment and ground attacks.... More

Thousands of Peruvians continue to be unable to access their livelihood, fishing, just over two years after the oil spill by the Spanish multinational REPSOL on the coast of the district of Ventanilla, in the province of Callao, considered the biggest ecological disaster in the history of the Andean country.... More

Remember 2003

Although 21 years have passed since those events, it is appropriate for the world to keep in mind the months prior to the so-called Gulf War II, when the United States blatantly lied to justify the attacks and bombings against Iraq.... More

The imposition of harsh prison sentences on foreign and national citizens for drug trafficking was striking in Cuba, as such cases are rare.... More

The transition to clean energy is essential, but it must be fair and inclusive for the benefit of all.... More

Cuban health professionals are carrying out commendable work in the region of Calabria, which has had a profound impact on the people of this southern Italian region with a high shortage of health workers that threatened the closure of health facilities.... More

With all its diversity and cultural richness, Brazil arrives at the 32nd Havana International Book Fair, where for the second time in the history of this important literary event it is the guest of honour.... More

The German Nazi regime's Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, is credited with the phase: "If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it" -- although everything indicates that he was just one more of those who uttered it and that it is now being imitated by his Zionist peers to justify the killing of Palestinians.... More

After months of lying in wait, a U.S. judicial body seized a Venezuelan airplane, purchased from Iran, by means of unprecedented procedures.  ... More

The visit to Havana of Bolivian Foreign Minister Celinda Sosa Lunda reaffirmed the good state of existing relations between the two nations, strongly resumed after the return to power of MÁS, Movement Towards Socialism, and which had been interrupted after the 2019 coup d'état against then President Evo Morales.... More