Representing the inhabitants of the archipelago, residents in Santiago de Cuba gave a warm and friendly farewell to the president of the National Assembly of Vietnam, Vuong Dinh Hue.... More

The government of President Xiomara Castro aspires to declare this year more than one hundred Honduran municipalities free of illiteracy, an endeavor in which it counts on the help of Cuba, with great experience in this work, due to its advice to some thirty nations.... More

Washington's useful pawn

Despite a private law firm's report concluding that Luis Almagro violated norms on what it called "common sense" and "good judgment," the questioned OAS secretary general will continue in office.... More

A close friend 

Personalities from various nations have traveled to Cuba these days, a sign of interest in deepening and expanding existing ties and supporting the efforts of the Cuban people to continue advancing in the midst of a complex economic situation, aggravated by the tightening of the U.S. blockade.... More

Probably the former de facto president of Bolivia Jeanine Áñez longs to regain the petulance of the days after the coup d'état of 2019, to now face charges for crimes committed during her administration.... More

Another historic April 19

As 62 years ago when Cubans defeated the mercenary invasion of Playa Girón, this April 19 was also a historic day, when the Tenth Legislature of the National Assembly of People's Power was constituted, combining experience and youth, but above all commitment and desire to work for social welfare.... More

More than 15 million Colombians are in a situation of moderate or severe food insecurity, a scenario that Gustavo Petro encountered upon his arrival to the presidency last August and which has focused the attention of the new government.... More

Historical ties

The president of the National Assembly of Vietnam, Vuong Dinh Hue, is on an official visit to Cuba until the 23rd, which reinforces the ties between the two nations, described by both sides as historic and endearing.... More

A mercenary invasion

Throughout the country, Cubans have evoked the criminal bombings of exactly 62 years ago against three airports, before the mercenary invasion of Playa Girón, supported and financed by the United States and defeated in less than 72 hours by the people, under the accurate leadership of the historic leader of the revolution, Fidel Castro.... More

The world’s debt to children

Recent data from the International Labor Organization (ILO) reveal the sad reality faced by millions of children around the world, who are subjected to various forms of exploitation.... More

Cuba has always advocated for an orderly, regular, and safe migration to protect the life of migrants, a position reiterated in international forums and talks with the United States on the subject.... More

Heberprot-P continues to demonstrate its efficacy in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers, improving the quality of life of people suffering from this ailment not only in Cuba but also in other nations of the world.... More

The hero of his own story

The crisis in Ecuador seems unstoppable as President Guillermo Lasso is on the verge of impeachment and the country is bleeding from violence.... More

Paraguay marks the beginning of this year's electoral cycle in Latin America, where Guatemala and Argentina will also go to the polls, in that order, amid a complex situation in the region, defined by an economic crisis and high inflation.... More

Cubans received with dismay the news of the accident at a thermoelectric power plant in the west of the country, where almost one thousand specialists and workers were carrying out maintenance work.... More