Machado Ventura receives delegation of Communists from Cyprus

The Second Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee yesterday received a delegation from the Working People’s Progressive Party of Cyprus chaired by Giorgos Loukaides, member of the Political Bureau and head of this political formation’s parliamentary caucus

The births of Maceo and Che

The births of Maceo and Che.

The two legendary leaders were both born on June 14; chance could not have devised anything more appropriate

The empire’s double standards


The Federation of Cuban Workers expresses its commitment to continue representing self-employed workers and condemns the growing hostility of the United States and its obsessive efforts to subjugate the Cuban people, activating all sections of the notorious Helms-Burton Act.

Díaz-Canel receives Angolan foreign minister


During the fraternal meeting, discussed were the excellent state of bilateral relations, based on the historic ties of friendship shared by the two peoples, and the mutual desire to strengthen political, economic-commercial, and cooperation ties was reaffirmed

Digital totalitarianism?


The U.S. State Department has announced that anyone requesting a visa to travel to the country must submit their social media profiles, email addresses, and telephone numbers used in the last five years

Japan-Cuba, beyond baseball

Cuban players Alfredo Despaigne and Livan Moinelo are successfully competing in Japan’s national league.

The president of Japan’s Sports Agency, Daichi Suzuki, congratulated the Cuban sports movement for its efforts, during a recent visit to the island

We will stand by El Salvador


Gladys Bejerano Portela, a vice president of Cuba's Council of State, attended the June 1 inauguration of Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele

The country we want

The housing program was one of those analyzed by the President in a meeting with administration vice presidents from all provinces and the Isle of Youth special municipality.

President Díaz-Canel met with administrative vice presidents from all provinces and the Isle of Youth special municipality and advocated for a sovereign, participatory, socialist nation, based on balanced, sustainable development, that defends its identity

From the band of those who love and create

The Cuban people demand an end to the economic, commercial, and financial blockade imposed by the United States.

As international condemnation of the latest U.S. sanctions continues to grow, three cruise lines operating on the island began to withdraw and apologize to their guests for changes in itineraries, with some 800,000 passengers affected

Cuba with Venezuela in the struggle for life


Four Venezuelan children in need of bone marrow transplants will be treated in Cuba, since their health is being affected by escalating U.S. sanctions on this sister country

Fraternal ties reaffirmed

Azerbaiyán 2

Azerbaijan’s national holiday and the 101st anniversary of its independence were celebrated at the Havana headquarters of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples