Smells of danger

A meeting of ultra-conservatives on the rampage, prone to publicly display their hatreds, was organized under the screen of CPAC, acronym in English for the Conservative Action Political Conference, created in the United States in 1974.... More

Fruitful cooperation

The cooperation between Cuba and the IAEA, the International Atomic Energy Agency, goes back several decades and has materialized in the application of nuclear technologies in vital areas such as human health, agriculture and environmental conservation.... More

Today concludes throughout Cuba the nomination process of candidates for delegates to the Municipal Assemblies of People's Power, described by authorities as the basis of the Cuban electoral system.... More

Eight billion prosperous beings?

Analysts of the hegemonic press prefer to bask in the milestone for Humanity represented by the arrival of eight billion inhabitants, but other experts take advantage of the occasion to issue alarms about the deep inequalities that exist.... More

Algeria is one of the nations included in the tour that President Miguel Diaz Canel is making through Asia, Africa and Europe.   Cuba has maintained excellent historic relations with Algeria, marked by friendship and cooperation.  Algeria is also Cuba's main trading partner on the African continent.... More

When the flames challenge us

Cubans have reasons to reaffirm -- as they do this week -- respect, admiration and gratitude to the Fire Department, made up of people with courage, technique and humanity to overcome flames and other contingencies.... More

Honduras against gender violence

The government of President Xiomara Castro has turned its attention to an old problem, Honduras is one of the countries in Latin America with a high rate of gender violence. From 2002 to 2021 more than seven thousand femicides were registered.... More

In Bali, Indonesia, the presidents of China, Xi Jinping, and the United States, Joe Biden, met for the first time face to face, a meeting on which all eyes were focused because of its international repercussions.... More

In six weeks of hard work due to the magnitude of the devastation left by Hurricane Ian, the Cuban province of Pinar del Rio has managed to restore services, mainly electricity, although impact problems such as housing remain.... More

Petro's first 100 days

Gustavo Petro completes one hundred days of his arrival to the presidency of Colombia, and although his time at the helm of the country is still short, his performance has the acceptance of a good part of the citizenship.... More

The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether or not to dismantle Native sovereignty.  The case will determine the fate of the 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), which was passed with the aim of halting cultural genocide by requiring, among other things, that if a state court determines that certain Native children must be removed from their homes, a Native family or tribal member be given priority placement and tribes have the right to be involved in the process.... More

Within days of coming to power, Italy's far-right government has become embroiled in a bitter dispute with France, and eventually with other countries, by refusing to allow a ship carrying vulnerable migrants to dock.... More

After two years of COVID 19 pandemic, the Havana International Fair is back, an opportunity to show Cuba's potential and promote business in important branches between national and foreign companies.... More

Projects are promising in agriculture and trade between Cuba and Argentina, two nations that have maintained over time historical relations of friendship and cooperation in various branches.... More

Questioned about spiraling inflation and for leading the country into an acrimonious confrontation with China and Russia, U.S. President Joseph Biden was uneasy about a predicted Republican red wave in the midterm elections, but the assault fell short.... More