The recent murder of Palestinian boy Mohamed Shehadeh, after being shot by Israeli soldiers, runs the risk of being quickly forgotten, as the use of force by Zionist regime troops is not followed up by the corporate press.... More

Blinken's disoriented

Without commending himself to God or the devil, U.S. Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken published on social networks a criticism of the Mexican government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador for the number of journalists murdered in the Latin American nation.... More

The world once again took part in a new day against military bases, which are spread over a hundred countries and constitute a permanent threat to peace, sovereignty and self-determination of the peoples.... More

The mantle of drug trafficking gained new space in Paraguay with the dismissal of the Minister of the Interior, Arnaldo Giuzzio, after the revelation of connections to an alleged criminal detained in Brazil.... More

Walls and shamelessness

In a world that is increasingly interconnected by new technologies that seem to erase distances and borders, the tendency to build walls to separate peoples with arguments based on ancestral fears, hatreds and selfishness is increasing.... More

With the endorsement of a fruitful relationship that began in 1963, Cuba and Algeria are exploring ways to increase cooperation in health.... More

Everything indicates that the battle at the polls next October in Brazil will be between former president Luis Inácio Lula Da Silva and the current president, the ultra-right-wing Jair Bolsonaro. This is confirmed by the polls conducted so far in the run-up to the general elections.... More

A whole story has been woven in these months by relatives, defense attorneys and political opponents about the lack of attention to the health of the former de facto president Jeanine Añez, who is in preventive detention in the Miraflores prison, in La Paz, for the case of the 2019 coup d'état in Bolivia and its unconstitutional seizure of power. However, reports from different agencies have disproved the whole plot devised.... More

Avoidable tragedies

More than 175 dead, a hundred missing and around 200 injured is the provisional balance of the landslides that affected the mountainous city of Petrópolis, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, according to a count published on Monday by authorities.... More

Hit by the vicissitudes of the U.S. blockade and the impact of the pandemic on the public treasury, Cuban industry is nevertheless seeking to respond to a series of the country's requirements, such as high-voltage pylons.... More

Malcolm X was one of the most prolific leaders of the African-American freedom and human rights movements, said Dr. Rosemari Mealy as she remembered the 57th anniversary of his assassination in New York on February 21st.... More

In recent years illegal mining has expanded vertiginously throughout Latin America and has become another cause of the destruction of the Amazon.  Deforestation, loss of ecosystems and contamination of water, soil and atmosphere are some of the impacts of this phenomenon, which endangers the health of local populations, mainly indigenous.... More

The visit of a high-ranking Russian leader to Latin American and Caribbean countries reaffirmed the cooperation ties, although the hegemonic press ignored it.... More

The chant

All the dates that U.S. President Joseph Biden and his highest officials announced as the starting point of an eventual military invasion by Russia against Ukraine expired, without a single soldier or tank from Moscow having crossed the demarcation line.... More

Risky elections

The most important electoral processes scheduled for this year in the United States will be strongly marked by the issue of migrants, especially on the side of the candidates and voters of the Republican party where the influence of Donald Trump is almost determinant.... More