Highly valued and respected is the work carried out by Cuban doctors in Gambia, which for almost 30 years has received the solidarity aid that Cuba provides in health matters to numerous countries around the world and which has been recognized by governments, people and international organizations.... More


The international community hopes that the resignation of the questioned Prime Minister Ariel Henry and the inauguration of a Transitional Council will allow the violence to end in Haiti, devastated by a humanitarian crisis.... More


In 2016, Cuba and the European Union signed the Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement, which put an end to the so-called Common Position, a discriminatory and interfering behavior dictated by the United States and implemented against the Caribbean nation in the 1990s. .... More


Reversed conflict

The complicity of President Joseph Biden's government with the genocide perpetrated by the Zionist State of Israel against the Palestinian civilian population in the Gaza Strip is beginning to be reversed on American soil itself, particularly on university campuses.... More


On the twentieth anniversary of its creation, ALBA, Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People's Trade Treaty, seeks to gain new air, a difficult endeavor due to the situation that some of its members are going through and the international tensions. .... More


Cuba was the first country in the Americas to eliminate polio since 1962, an achievement of the Cuban revolution thanks to the political will of the authorities, committed to protecting its child population from this contagious, disabling and potentially fatal disease.... More


The pension system in Colombia is unequal and inequitable, with a high fiscal cost. Currently, some 4 million so-called senior citizens do not have any protection in their old age.... More


At the same time that U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken presented with a doctoral accent the report on what he describes as the exercise of human rights in 200 countries, his ardent ally, Israel, surpassed 34,000 civilians killed in Gaza.... More


Disapproval of the management of the self-proclaimed president of Peru, Dina Boluarte, has reached a record level. Ninety-three percent of citizens describe her performance as head of the country as inefficient, according to a latest survey by IpsosPerú.... More


Cultural genocide

A group of United Nations humanitarian law experts recently denounced the systematic and, by all indications, intentional destruction of the Palestinian educational system in the Gaza Strip that will affect children, adolescents and young people in the short term.... More


With a mixture of joy and calm at seeing their relatives back home, Cubans reacted -- regretting the presence of relatives in Haiti, where a wave of violence made staying there risky.... More


Six months after electing Daniel Noboa as the new president of Ecuador, in early elections, Ecuadorians returned to the polls in a referendum and popular consultation on security, justice, employment and international arbitration for investments and commercial matters, questioned by various sectors of society and in the midst of a difficult situation.... More


USA:  The trails of war

The United States House of Representatives approved with unusual speed a bulky military aid bill for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, which was held up for almost a year in the twists and turns of legislative negotiations between Democrats and Republicans.... More


Venezuela's signing with Vietnam of new energy cooperation agreements reaffirms Caracas' plans to reactivate its main native industry, hit by US sanctions.... More


Solidarity is the word that defines the relationship between our country and CubaCoop, a French group that since its creation in 1995 has stood by the Cuban people and accompanied their struggle against the criminal economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States.... More


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