At the 60th session of the Directing Council of PAHO, Pan American Health Organization, in Washington, the discordant note was once again the United States, determined to attack Cuba's medical collaboration with other nations, recognized and qualified as invaluable by governments and peoples.... More

The United States is proud to stand with all those who seek free, open and democratic governments in Africa, said U.S. Defense Secretary Llyod Austin during his visit to Angola.... More

Without losing the purpose that gave them life, the defense of the Homeland and its conquests, the CDRs, Committees for the Defense of the Revolution, have been immersed in a process of revitalization and strengthening of the grassroots structures to adapt them to current times.... More

Criminals in a porous region

Organized crime is vying for control of territories and has exacerbated unrest in the border region between Mexico and Guatemala.... More

A current of international condemnation is growing against the terrorist attack on the Cuban embassy in the United States, an event that fortunately did not cause loss of human lives.... More

Several Peruvian governments have tried to implement the controversial Tia Maria copper mining project and all of them, without exception, have clashed with the resistance of the population of the Tambo Valley, in the province of Islay, department of Arequipa, in the south of the country.... More

Nine years ago, Mexican society was shocked. Forty-three normalista students from Ayotzinapa disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero state. A case in which local, federal, police, army and organized crime authorities joined forces to hide the truth.... More

Brazil took an important step in the defense of the prerogatives of indigenous peoples. In a historic ruling, the Federal Supreme Court reaffirmed the constitutional right of these communities to make use of the lands they have historically and traditionally occupied.... More

Cuba in New York

The high-level Cuban delegation, headed by Head of State Miguel Díaz-Canel, present in New York brought to the world the voice of Cuba and the Group of 77 and China, of which Havana is president pro tempore, on core issues of the difficult international situation and the internal situation of the Caribbean archipelago.... More

China reaches out to Syria

In the midst of serious difficulties after 12 years of war, compounded by the impact of an earthquake, Syria is making enormous efforts for survival and the government is slowly and gradually rebuilding foreign relations.... More

From the middle of next month until November 30, a genuine act of our participatory democracy will take place in Cuba: the rendering of accounts by the delegates of the People's Power of their management to their electors, an exercise supported by the current Constitution.... More

Mexico City, September 22 (Prensa Latina) -- When hopes of an orderly and safe migration were reborn with President Joe Biden's visa plan for a limited number of countries, these days the opposite is happening in Mexico.... More

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world and it is estimated that by 2040 there will be 30 million new cases. The fight against this disease has united scientists from Cuba and the United States, determined, even in the midst of obstacles, to increase bilateral cooperation for the benefit of patients in both countries.... More

The poison of its own greed

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa joined the long list of personalities and international organizations demanding respect for Africa's riches, plundered by colonial powers, transnationals and armed groups.... More

The trip to Cuba last weekend by Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to participate in the Group of 77 Summit was also an opportunity to boost bilateral ties, which under the Workers' Party governments have been characterized by their dynamism, but experienced a setback with the coming to power in 2019 of the far-right Jair Bolsonaro.... More