Brazil has opted for change.  Former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, of the Workers' Party, won the second round of the general elections this Sunday, the most polarized and tense in recent times and which showed a highly divided country.... More


In the heat of a holiday that is completely alien to our cultural identity, although increasingly implanted in sectors of the population, a group of young people have provoked outrage, especially in social networks, by taking to the streets dressed in Ku Klux Klan hoods, asking: "Where are the Blacks?"... More


An important process that is part of our participatory democracy is taking place in Cuba these days. Cubans throughout the length and breadth of the territory nominate their candidates for delegates to the Municipal Assemblies of People's Power.... More


Violence hits U.S. politicians

The brutal aggression against Paul Pelosi, husband of the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, sends a startling signal of the extent of violence in that country, also exercised against politicians.... More


A man of one hundred battles

A man of the people, humble, kind and supportive, but also intrepid. That was Commander Camilo Cienfuegos, whom Heroic Guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara described as the comrade of one hundred battles.... More


The excited voice of the young hero Camilo Cienfuegos Gorriarán resounds every year in the popular memory calling to defend the Cuban flag as he expressed in the last public speech in October 1959.... More


Israel intensified repression in the West Bank this year, in the face of what it interprets as an increase in Palestinian protests against the occupiers and resistance actions.... More


Throughout the so-called "October Crisis," Cuba had a dignified, transparent and intransigent stance, which it maintained upon learning of the negotiations, from which it was excluded, between the United States and the then Soviet Union on the withdrawal from Cuban soil of Soviet missiles, placed as a form of deterrence against the aggressive U.S. policy and to eliminate the advantage that the neighboring nation had with its armament in Turkey, Italy and the United Kingdom.... More


Censorship accelerators

After banishing Russian media outlets such as Sputnik and Russia Today from their platforms with the argument of Moscow's strategic operation in Ukraine, actions along the same path are repeated, such as the one that took place on Twitter against Cuban media.... More


The date of the Population and Housing Census has been, this time, the pretext chosen by the Bolivian right wing to try to destabilize the constitutional government of President Luis Arce, which revives the ghost of a coup d'état in the South American nation.... More


The Cuban literacy method "Yo sí puedo" returns to Honduras, whose government presided by Xiomara Castro has set as a priority to reduce the illiteracy rate which, according to the authorities, is between 14 and 17%.... More


Cubans, especially residents of Matanzas province, are confident that the supertanker base, which was the target of an accident, will recover, although the magnitude of the damage and the ongoing investments are considerable.... More


The focus is on Brazil

The second round of the general elections in Brazil next Sunday is the focus of attention this week in Latin America and the world. Former president Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva and current president Jair Bolsonaro will be the contenders in Sunday's appointment at the polls.... More


October 22 marked an aggravation of the so-called "October Crisis".  On that day, sixty years ago, in an openly aggressive act, the United States decreed a military naval blockade of Cuba, which made many fear an imminent confrontation.... More


By pleading guilty to several crimes, Bolivia's former de facto minister Arturo Murillo confirmed the moral character of many of the members of the team of self-proclaimed president Jeanine Áñez, occupant of power after the coup d'état against Evo Morales in 2019.  ... More


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