Stolen childhood

One of the problems that Gabriel Boric will inherit when he assumes the presidency of Chile, a ceremony scheduled for March 11, will be the lurid issue of the thousands of children who were stolen from their families during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, between 1973 and 1990.... More


A number of Cuban emigrants abroad have responded, in their own way, to a solidarity movement in different parts of the planet to help the Cuban population in hard times of hard shortages.... More


Silence is betrayal

The 93rd anniversary of the birth of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was celebrated on Monday.  The African-American religious leader was one of the most important men in the modern history of the United States who led the fight for all human beings to be equal, regardless of their race or social and economic condition.... More


Since the triumph of the Revolution, the United States has tried to force a change of government in Cuba, a purpose accentuated during the pandemic, in the hope of taking advantage of a sensitive moment such as the scourge of COVID-19.... More


The year 2022 began with very discouraging news for Latin America and the Caribbean. The prospects for economic growth and job recovery are not as expected, together with a rebound of the COVID 19 by the Omicron variant, which has led to a considerable increase in cases, impacting the economic activities of a region considered the most unequal on the planet.... More


Cubans praise Japan's cooperation

Japan's cooperation with Cuba is very useful and the Cuban people are grateful for it, especially when 84 buses were sent for urban transportation, at a time of difficulties with that service.... More


Necessary truths

The United States is drifting towards a very dangerous form of fascism by the hand of former President Donald Trump, who is already in full struggle to return to the White House, which represents a serious threat to the whole world, warned academic and linguist Noam Chomsky.... More


The Salvadoran president, Nayib Bukele, seems determined to change history and ignore events that marked a transcendental change in the Central American country, such as the peace agreements signed in 1992 that put an end to 12 years of civil war, with a toll of some 75 thousand victims.... More


Winds of change

I said in a previous commentary that the winds of progressive change are blowing in Latin America and the Caribbean, after the successive victories of Luis Arce in Bolivia, Pedro Castillo in Peru, Xiomara Castro in Honduras and Gabriel Boric in Chile, in addition to the reelection of Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua.... More


Cuban science makes history

Every day the Cuban scientific community makes history. Its total commitment to the welfare of citizens and the construction of a more prosperous and just society honors the thought of Cuba's National Hero, José Martí, who expressed that through true science one goes to human equity.... More


Victims and aggressors

The mainstream media and its resonance apparatuses have planted in the popular imagination of Western Europe, and also in a good part of the American continent, the false idea that Russia is preparing an imminent military invasion against its neighboring Ukraine.... More


Preserving Caribbean biodiversity

Cuban scientists will be present in an initiative promoted by France to preserve the environment in the Caribbean, a region with a rich biodiversity, but highly vulnerable to climate change, which threatens life on the planet.... More


Piñera's in a hurry

Before his departure from power in March, the Chilean president, Sebastián Piñera, deepens his unpopularity, as the government informed about a millionaire award to two private companies for the extraction of lithium, enough to generate criticism from the opposition.... More


The president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, forcefully rejected the intention of the International Monetary Fund, IMF, to impose on his country an adjustment program in exchange for rescheduling the payments of a credit granted during the administration of Mauricio Macri.... More


Venezuela has been the target of sanctions and attacks harmful to the economy, security and welfare, as is the case with sabotage to the energy industry.... More


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