"...A people that did not tremble in the October Crisis, that people can never be defeated."   That is how the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro referred to the courage of the Cubans in those days of 1962, when one of the most serious incidents of the Cold War period took place.... More

Brazil's presidential candidates, campaigning for the October 30th runoff election, are touring the country in a frantic crusade to attract followers.... More

Guaranteeing health services

In the recovery work being carried out in western Cuba, after the severe damage caused by Hurricane Ian, great efforts have been made in health infrastructure to guarantee services to the population.... More

Cubans and Venezuelans, trained to cooperate with available resources even in the midst of material hardships, have reasons to worry and encourage each other, by virtue of two disasters that have occurred in both countries.... More

The Comprehensive Rural Reform is a neuralgic and unfulfilled point of the peace agreement, signed in 2016 in Havana between the government of then President Juan Manuel Santos and the once guerrilla Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People's Army (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia-Ejército del Pueblo).... More

Ecuador has been experiencing new violent events in its prisons for days. The last one took place in the Penitenciaria del Litoral, in the coastal city of Guayaquil, where several detainees were killed and others were injured.... More

The commemoration in Cuba of the 154th anniversary of the beginning of the independence struggles has a deep symbolism, at a time when hundreds of thousands of the inhabitants of this archipelago are trying to repair the severe damages caused by a hurricane, under material circumstances of shortages.... More

The 52nd OAS General Assembly took place in Lima, Peru, between the attempts of the United States to impose its vision on Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba and the war in Ukraine, and the scandal over what a journalistic investigation describes as Luis Almagro's ethical misconduct.... More

Che among the youth

Fifty-five years have passed since the physical disappearance of a man who shared part of his short life with the Cuban people, together with whom he fought for their independence and stood shoulder to shoulder in the beginning of this transforming work that is the revolution.... More

No rest for recovery

Intense and tireless work is being done in Cuba.  With everyone's effort, progress is being made in the recovery after Hurricane Ian hit the western part of the country last week.  Damages were considerable, especially in the province of Pinar del Río, but a change in the situation is already visible in many places.... More

In a whirlwind visit, U.S. President Joseph Biden promised to manage aid to Puerto Rico, afflicted by the damage caused a fortnight ago by Hurricane Fiona, five years after the scourge of another of those phenomena, Hurricane Maria.... More

October 6 is a date that hurts. Cuba does not forget its children, victims of terrorism. On that day in 1976, a Cubana de Aviación plane exploded in mid-flight, taking the lives of the 73 people on board. ... More

A new hope for peace in Colombia

Colombia has taken a new step towards the much needed and longed-for peace. The government of President Gustavo Petro and the rebel National Liberation Army agreed in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, to reactivate the talks.... More

Recovery and order

It turned out to be a short time to praise the work of the Unión Eléctrica workers from Cuban provinces who helped to repair the damages caused by the intense hurricane Ian in Havana.... More

More voices in favor of Cuba

At the same time that the request to the United States to lift the blockade on Cuba to advance in the recovery after the devastating passage of Hurricane Ian through western Cuba is growing, another demand is also gaining ground: to remove Cuba from the illegitimate list of countries sponsoring terrorism.... More