Experts predict an active cyclonic season that extends from June 1 to November 30. In view of this perspective, Cuba is preparing to minimize possible human losses and material damages.... More

Money and politics

Incredible as it may seem in the United States, the richest country and the first military power on the planet, these days millions of families are living in anguish due to the absence on the shelves of a basic food -- the milk formula intended for the nutrition of babies.... More

Only those who have or support imperialist pretensions over Cuba see a reason to celebrate May 20 as the day of our independence. They manipulate history, distort the truth of that date and offend our independence heroes, those who dedicated their lives for the true freedom and sovereignty of our land.... More

The global security proposal launched by Chinese President Xi Jinping last month generates interest in several latitudes and confirms the Asian giant's desire for peace.... More

Return to Somalia

The U.S. government announced the permanent return of a group of military personnel to Somalia, under the pretext of contributing with the authorities of that African country to fight extremist groups, as well as guaranteeing stability in an area plunged into chaos and plagued by hunger.... More

Chile already has the draft of what should be the new Constitution of the country, replacing the one in force until now, questioned for endorsing a State of inequality, as a legacy of the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.... More

An essential man

In times of confrontations, economic and social inequalities, sanitary emergency and environmental crisis, it becomes more and more necessary to turn to the ideology of an exceptional Cuban as the National Hero José Martí, who was killed in combat in eastern Cuba, in Dos Ríos -- 127 years ago.... More

The inauguration in Iran of a production plant for the PastoCorona vaccine, as a result of the technological transfer of the Cuban immunogen Soberana 02, illustrates the wide possibilities of cooperation between Havana and Tehran. ... More

Farewell to peace?

Rarely in its history has humanity known such a frenetic race towards war, a kind of hysteria for the expansion and consolidation of military structures, as the one we are seeing these days after the conflict in Eastern Europe.... More

Brazil is one of the countries in the world most affected by COVID-19.  Since the appearance of the disease caused by the new coronavirus, the management of the government of President Jair Bolsonaro has been widely questioned.... More

The U.S. State Department haa issued a statement announcing the relaxation of some of the measures that tighten the blockade against Cuba, which were dictated during the administration of former President Donald Trump with the aim of suffocating the Caribbean nation.... More

Conquering all justice

Cuba strengthened the principle of legality inherent to the socialist state when the National Assembly of People's Power recently approved a group of new laws that protect citizens and expand legislation related to security.... More

On May 29, Colombians will once again go to the polls to elect a new president.  It's now only two weeks from this important moment and there is no truce in sight in the violence that every day claims new victims and forces tens of thousands of people to leave their homes, without a response from the government headed by Iván Duque.... More

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