Unstoppable hatred

In the country of "freedoms" and "democracy", the United States, in the last few days there were at least ten dead and more than 20 wounded by firearms attacks, a plague that every year mourns hundreds of thousands of families without the government fulfilling its obligation to protect the people.... More


Peru sues Repsol

The government of Peru filed a lawsuit against the Spanish company Repsol for the spill of thousands of barrels of oil last January in Peruvian waters, which caused serious environmental damage and damage to the economy and livelihood of the inhabitants of the area.... More


After the shock caused by the tragic explosion at a Havana hotel, Cubans are regaining strength to continue applying guidelines aimed at continuing what Minister Alejandro Gil described as the recovery of part of the lost ground in economic matters.... More


Havana, May 14 (RHC)-- On the first day of the Fifth Extraordinary Session of the National Assembly of People's Power, in its Ninth Legislature, Deputy Ana María Mari Machado, Vice President of the Cuban Parliament, read a Declaration issued by the International Relations Commission on the Summit of the Americas.... More


From war to war

"The most persistent sound that reverberates throughout the history of man is the roll of war drums."... More


The fifth extraordinary session of the National Assembly of People's Power of Cuba opens its doors with an intense agenda, which includes the discussion of important issues associated with the economic, social and institutional life of the country.... More


Killing the truth

A great indignation is sweeping the world after the brutal murder of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was shot by the Zionist Israeli army, despite wearing all the identification that accredited her as a member of the press.... More


Cuban Prime Minister Manuel Marrero developed an intense work agenda during his recently concluded visit to Venezuela, which has further strengthened the ties of friendship between both peoples and once again evidenced the will of both governments in the joint search for solutions to common problems.... More


A loquacious public servant

Viewers of the show woven in the United States around the forthcoming book by a subordinate of Donald Trump, wonder if the author, Mark Esper, is, as he claims, concerned about democracy in his country or simply trying to sell more copies.... More


A place of immoderation

In his harrowing novel The Plague, a reading apropos of these dark times of war and pandemic, French writer Albert Camus, Nobel Prize for Literature, says that a comfortable way to know a place is to look for how it works, how it is loved and how it dies.... More


The murder of a journalist from the Qatari network Al Jazeera in the middle of a raid by the occupying army in the West Bank, once again projects Israel as a repressive state, without the United States and its allies exerting repression.... More


Next September the UN General Assembly will begin its 77th session, in which the Cuban draft resolution "Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial blockade by the United States against Cuba" will be submitted for consideration.... More


Bitter party

As in several Latin American countries, Mexico celebrated yesterday, May 10, Mothers' Day, a date that for tens of thousands of women in this sister country had a bitter taste because they have not known for several years the whereabouts of their children, victims of enforced disappearances.... More


Nichols did not reap the rewards

When the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Brian Nichols, confirmed that his government will not invite three Latin American and Caribbean countries to the Summit of the Americas, he may have been waiting for approvals, but he has not succeeded.... More


"Earth. Life. Legacy: From scarcity to prosperity", is the motto of the first Conference of the Parties in 2022, the COP15 against desertification, a phenomenon that is advancing worldwide and endangers biodiversity, health, stability and food security of humanity.... More


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