Since 2001, the World Science Day for Peace and Development has been celebrated on November 10, an initiative of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, to raise awareness of the need to put knowledge to the benefit of society as a whole.... More

At the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which is taking place in Egypt, the voice of the leaders of the nations of the South is being heard loudly, demanding compliance by the industrialized countries with their commitments, both in terms of reducing polluting gases and in the funds promised to the less developed countries to face this problem.... More

Democrats or Republicans?

The United States celebrates today its mid-term elections, which are seen as a measure of the management of the first two years of the incumbent president, in this case Democrat Joe Biden, and constitute the most important event of the electoral cycle in the country after the race for the presidency.... More

The affluents of the recovery

Residents of the Cuban province of Pinar del Rio, with the support of the rest of the country, are working in three huge tributaries to recover from the devastating hurricane Ian, a phenomenon that devastated the western end of the archipelago.... More

It is not possible to talk about the history of humankind without mentioning a tracescedental event that in the 20th century changed the world.  105 years ago, the great October Socialist Revolution in Russia placed power in the hands of the workers and peasants, and created the essential conditions for the victory of a new system: the socialist system.... More

The ECOJOVEN event is an opportunity for the new generations of Cubans to learn more about a problem that affects the world today, climate change, and from their knowledge they can contribute to its confrontation, to the care of biodiversity and to achieve cleaner and more resistant productions.... More

Forty-seven years ago, a singular action linked Havana with Luanda, the respective capitals of Cuba and Angola, in the face of attempts by South Africa, the United States and mercenaries to thwart the independence of the Portuguese-speaking African nation.... More

Cuba commemorates the beginning of Operation Carlota through which the Caribbean island collaborated in the struggle for the independence of the current Republic of Angola and other South African nations.... More

Today is the International Day of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, with which Cuba has maintained a close and fruitful relationship for more than seven decades.... More

Speech by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, at the United Nations General Assembly, presenting the draft Resolution A/77/L.5, entitled: "Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba."   November 3, 2022.... More

New victory for Cuba at the UN

For the thirtieth time, the UN General Assembly condemned the criminal economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed against Cuba, which threatens the human rights of an entire people and has caused losses to the country in sixty years amounting to more than 154 BILLION dollars.... More

Neither hurricanes nor the adverse campaign of opponents and the international corporate press were able to slow down the preparations in Nicaragua for the municipal elections, set for next Sunday.... More

In January of this year, Peru registered the worst environmental disaster in recent times. Nearly 12 thousand barrels of oil were spilled by the Spanish company Repsol on the Peruvian coast, causing serious damage to biodiversity and leaving thousands of people without work.... More

Cuba's highly qualified personnel, technicians and workers perform daily tasks, in some cases astonishing ones, to overcome the negative effects of the U.S. blockade, a scourge that also forces teachers to resort to creativity.... More

The period linking relations between the United States and Cuba has been long and stormy, and has so far been filled with shocks.... More