A highly sensitive issue

The Cuban government has urged all state agencies to actively search for solutions to face the very revealing demographic variables.... More

Social programs resumed in Brazil

Brazil has begun to reactivate social programs aimed at the most vulnerable sectors of society, implemented during the governments of the Workers' Party, which in the last four years, during the administration of the ultra-right-wing Jair Bolsonaro, have been dismantled.... More

A special visit

Although brief, President Miguel Diaz-Canel's visit to Belmopan has been especially significant. It is the first ever by a Cuban head of state to Belize, two nations that have supported each other in all these years and have fought common battles.... More

The face of Cuban surgeon Julio Durán shone when at a meeting in the Mexican state of Campeche of high authorities of his country and Cuba, his performance in the local hospital was praised, when he successfully performed an emergency cesarean section.... More

Things have gotten complicated for President Guillermo Lasso. In his election campaign he emphasized the fight against corruption in Ecuador, and now he finds himself in the crosshairs of accusations of illegal acts in public companies, based on a scheme allegedly led by his brother-in-law Danilo Carrera.... More

Peru between pellets

It may be from bullets or pellets, but the bulk of the deaths during the protests of the last two months in Peru correspond to a form of violence, fundamentally institutional, while the appointed ruler, the political class and the economic elite hold on to their posts.... More

Panama has been the scene this week of debates on HIV/AIDS estimates and projections in Latin America and the Caribbean. Discovered in the early 1980s, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus that causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome has been a major challenge for public health.... More

Colombia is the guest of honor at the Havana International Book Fair, an opportunity to strengthen existing ties with Cuba, a path that has been traced since the arrival last August to the presidency of Gustavo Petro.... More

To the delight of the Cuban family, the Havana International Book Fair, one of the most awaited cultural events in Cuba and which every year is well attended by the population, especially by young people and children, has begun.... More

With a minimum of formalities and a great desire to listen, candidates for deputies walk through Cuban streets and communities to learn more about the expectations, shortages and achievements in the occupations of their constituents.... More

A government of life, based on peace, social and environmental justice is the commitment of Colombia's president, Gustavo Petro, who has paid special attention to the peasantry, one of the sectors hardest hit by state neglect and armed conflict.... More

Ecuadorians punish Lasso

Guillermo Lasso's results turned out badly. The preliminary results of the regional elections and the popular consultation he promoted, carried out this Sunday in Ecuador, are already a hard blow for the government he presides, when he barely has a 15% approval rating.... More

Cuba and Iran are independent, sovereign nations, they reject U.S. impositions and seek to strengthen their economic ties, excellent in the political sphere. ... More

Peru never ceases to be in the news. Once again thousands of people demonstrated peacefully this weekend in the streets of Lima, the capital, and once again they were violently repressed by the police who beat them up and threw tear gas.... More

A winter of labor actions in UK

When the British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has passed his first one hundred days in office, the United Kingdom is facing a winter with high temperatures on the social plane, in contrast with the icy temperatures that characterize the European nation at this time.... More