The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, always fought for the future of our country to be linked to science. And women have undoubtedly played an essential role in the progress made along this path.... More


The Fourteenth International Congress on Higher Education, University 2024, an event that brought together more than 2,000 delegates from around the world to exchange experiences and opinions on the role that higher education is called to play in the transformation of society, closed its doors in Havana.... More


Biden shipwrecked in the Senate

The President of the United States, Joseph Biden, received a hard setback when the Senate rejected an agreement negotiated for months by Democrats and Republicans aimed at toughening conditions for migrants at the southern border, as never seen before.... More


In a consumer society like Puerto Rico, under the influence of the United States, the exercise of violence is gaining ground.... More


It is widely known the fruitful collaboration between Cuba and China in several areas, especially in biotechnology, a branch in which the Caribbean nation shows substantial advances and in which it continues to contribute to the health of Cubans and citizens from different latitudes.... More


As evidence of the highest level reached by relations between Cuba and Mexico, representatives of the education sector signed a cooperation agreement in Havana.... More


President Javier Milei went on tour to Israel, Italy and the Vatican, while in Argentina his unpopular reforms that imply the weakening of the state are being implemented and popular unrest is growing.... More


Although in December 2022 his presidential mandate ended, Jair Bolsonaro has not ceased to be at the center of controversy in Brazil, which also characterized his tenure at the Planalto Palace.... More


Tragedy in Chile

The Chilean people are living these days the worst catastrophe suffered since the earthquake of February 2010, due to a series of forest fires in areas of the Valparaiso region that suddenly increased their power and devastated densely populated areas in four communes.... More


In the midst of a state of emergency, Salvadorans went to the polls this Sunday to elect the new president of the country and the members of the Legislative Assembly, in an electoral process marked by controversy over the candidacy of the current president Nayib Bukele, although the Constitution does not allow reelection.... More


During the same week in which Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador asked his U.S. counterpart, Joseph Biden, to end the blockade against Cuba, intolerant people in Miami attacked an activist opposed to this coercion.... More


The president's Gaza policy is isolating the United States internationally and threatening his reelection prospects.... More


With the legacy of Hugo Chavez, Venezuelans continue to resist the adversities derived from U.S. sanctions, now in the process of reactivation.... More


ECOJOVEN has become an ideal space for young Cubans to debate and contribute solutions aimed at environmentally friendly economic and social development, in line with the government's strategy to encourage the participation of the entire population in this endeavor.... More


Cuba has a clear goal to transform its energy matrix and by 2030 generate 24% of electricity from renewable energy sources, in order to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, the cost of foreign currency derived from their import and environmental pollution.... More


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