Travels without destination

Neither the recent tragedies that have cost dozens of lives, nor the harsh measures against migrants in the United States, or the very high costs of this adventure, have discouraged the departure of tens of thousands of people in search of the dream of a better life in the northern power.... More

As growing groups of Cuban-Americans express their opposition to the Washington administrations' blockade against Cuba, powerful interests and factions are hindering that trend. ... More

Cuban pharmaceutical industry workers are working hard to recover some of the medicines in deficit in stores and hospitals, after receiving the raw materials for their production.... More

A carelessness from hell

The Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, assured that "humanity is one miscalculation away from nuclear annihilation" due to the current crises and the dissemination of atomic arsenals all over the planet.... More

Pirates of the XXI Century

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom denied the legitimate government of Venezuela, headed by President Nicolás Maduro, access to the gold reserves deposited in London, an act described by some as unusual, but which in reality constitutes a vulgar example of piracy.... More

Cubans are entering one of the hottest months of the sweltering summer very alert to the rise of dengue fever, without giving up caution because of COVID-19, a pandemic under control here, but with slight upturns.... More

Sweltering July

The now almost-ended month of July will be remembered in Europe as one of the hottest and driest in history, with temperatures that sent thermometers soaring to unprecedented levels, as well as dreadful fires that consumed hundreds of thousands of hectares of forests.... More

On the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations, Cuba and Belarus are revitalizing their contacts, promoting joint projects and executing signed agreements.... More

Dirty money

An investigation carried out by the U.S. House of Representatives has determined that over one decade, arms manufacturers and dealers made a juicy profit of one billion dollars from the sale of AR-15 rifles alone.... More

The return

This week, the former president of the United States, Donald Trump, returned for the first time to Washington since he left the White House, to participate in an event organized by his followers, where he hinted about his intention to run again in the 2024 elections and return to power.... More

A hopeful cabinet

The president-elect of Colombia for the progressive coalition Pacto Histórico, Gustavo Petro, will take office next August 7 together with his government team, which is already half formed, and where several highly respected personalities inside and outside the country stand out.... More

No matter how much governments like the United States and the hegemonic press question the efficacy and values of young people trained in Cuba in medical specialties, their contributions to the world are unquestionable.... More

The forgiveness of sins

Pope Francis is visiting Canada this week on what he himself called "a pilgrimage of penance" to ask forgiveness from the victims of the horrors perpetrated by representatives of the Catholic Church who collaborated in an ethnocide against indigenous peoples in that country.... More

Cuban revolutionaries today invoke the perseverance of those young men who in July 1953, led by the lawyer Fidel Castro, assaulted two of the main military fortresses, to unleash the struggle against the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista.... More

The first group of Cuban doctors hired by Mexico to provide services in areas where poverty reigns, far from urban areas, is already in the northwestern state of Nayarit, where more than 69,000 people over three years old speak some indigenous language.... More