The Cuban literacy method "Yo sí puedo" returns to Honduras, whose government presided by Xiomara Castro has set as a priority to reduce the illiteracy rate which, according to the authorities, is between 14 and 17%.... More


Cubans, especially residents of Matanzas province, are confident that the supertanker base, which was the target of an accident, will recover, although the magnitude of the damage and the ongoing investments are considerable.... More


The focus is on Brazil

The second round of the general elections in Brazil next Sunday is the focus of attention this week in Latin America and the world. Former president Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva and current president Jair Bolsonaro will be the contenders in Sunday's appointment at the polls.... More


October 22 marked an aggravation of the so-called "October Crisis".  On that day, sixty years ago, in an openly aggressive act, the United States decreed a military naval blockade of Cuba, which made many fear an imminent confrontation.... More


By pleading guilty to several crimes, Bolivia's former de facto minister Arturo Murillo confirmed the moral character of many of the members of the team of self-proclaimed president Jeanine Áñez, occupant of power after the coup d'état against Evo Morales in 2019.  ... More


In November, Cuba's denunciation of the economic damages, but also the suffering caused to Cuban families by the blockade imposed by the United States for the past sixty years, will once again come before the UN General Assembly.... More


By reversing the decision taken by the previous government to recognize East Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the current authorities of Australia stirred the agitated and thorny political scenario towards peace in the Middle East.... More


Cuban culture is also solidarity

Cuban culture is synonymous with patriotic values and emancipation.  It was forged in the struggles against injustice, slavery and for the independence of our country from the yoke of Spanish colonial rule.... More


As it happened since 1983 -- only with the exceptions due to Covid-19 -- Cuba is organizing FIHAV, Havana International Fair, set for its 38th edition in November, which is expected to be attended by dozens of countries.... More


Less than 15 days before the second round of the general elections in Brazil, the streets of the South American giant were filled with young people protesting against the budget cuts to education announced earlier this month by the government presided over by Jair Bolsonaro.... More


Cuba has always attached great importance to science, technology and innovation, and its necessary linkage with the different branches to respond to various problems faced by the country, which are multiplied by the blockade that the United States has maintained for 60 years against our people.... More


Gun violence in the United States

In the United States, gun violence has become a daily tragedy. Mass shootings in schools and public places are registered in any part of the U.S. territory.   And 2022 is shaping up to be a lethal year. ... More


The usual weekend calmness in Pinar del Rio has been relegated by the continuity of the feverish and organized hustle and bustle, in order to heal the deep wounds caused by the intense hurricane Ian in the western Cuban province.... More


The impact of the economic, commercial and financial blockade slows down the country's economy and considerably affects its development in all sectors.... More


Every October 16, humanity celebrates World Food Day with the risk of suffering another year of record hunger due to the global food crisis, which pushes more people to become victims of this scourge.... More


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