Cuba between lights and shadows

The dystopian Cuba that is sold around the world by the press, social networks and influencers with roots in Miami and cities in Europe, for the most part, falls apart after an objective and unprejudiced look at the reality of the island.... More

The cornered beast

The Zionist State of Israel continues its accelerated race to become a pariah in the world of nations, after the highest body of justice of the UN ordered the immediate cessation of military operations against the defenseless Palestinian population in the Gaza Strip.... More

Speaking about statesmen whose lives were filled with sincere and pure endeavors in God-pleasing service to their nation is a difficult task, as one cannot do justice to it.... More

Neo-Nazism flies over Germany

Politicians and analysts express their concern about the strengthening shown by the far-right party Alternative for Germany, a group that until a few years ago was marginal and currently has 15 percent of voting intentions.... More

The saga regarding the situation of the Australian journalist Julian Assange has now reached 35 years, and has become one of the most scandalous matters in the judicial history of the United States and Great Britain, among other accomplices.... More

Cuba's population is aging

Population aging is today a common denominator in almost all countries in the world and it is considered that it will increasingly influence the design of labor, cultural and social policies of each nation.... More

Legal experts are voicing hope and caution after London’s High Court ruling this week allowed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to appeal his extradition to the United States.... More

Cuba breaking immobility

Today, we will speak succinctly, the time crunch of a journalistic comment, about the critical situation that we Cubans are experiencing right now.... More

Interview with Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel / Conducted by Ignacio Ramonet   ... More

Tell me who you are with …

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, described as scandalous the opinion of the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, who requested an arrest warrant against Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for crimes against humanity committed in Palestine.... More

Milei is unleashed

The disruptive ideas of the Argentinian president, Javier Milei, took shape once again this weekend in Madrid in an anti-socialist and clearly fascist speech formulated during a rally organized in that capital by the far-right Spanish party Vox.... More

A short time ago, I commented on the invisibility of Africa in the media almost all over the world. Nothing has changed, maybe a few points for the worse. And if the state of the continent is no one's business, the situation of the sub-Saharan nations, Black Africa, is worse, rooted in the popular imagination, through novels and stories of the European colonizers.... More

As people around the world mourn the tragic death of President Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash, we look back at his illustrious life and legacy and how he championed the cause of the oppressed.... More

Showing the copper

On Sunday, a meeting of the international extreme right took place in Madrid, capital of Spain, sponsored by the VOX party with the aim of collecting votes for the European Parliament elections on September 9th.... More

Great is the brotherhood that unites the peoples of Cuba and South Africa, a reflection of the friendship, mutual admiration and respect that united their leaders Fidel Castro and Nelson Mandela, who barely a year after his release from prison, where he remained for almost three decades, traveled to Cuba.... More