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Adding fuel to the fire

The latest tightening of the economic and financial sanctions against Venezuela follow on from the decree issued by Barack Obama, which referred to this sister nation as an unusual and extraordinary threat to U.S. national security


Original sin: A rich country that loves freedom

Eminent Venezuelan intellectual Luis Britto García joins the debate and sheds light on issues of importance in his country today

Most important today is to resist being discouraged

A conversation with Cuban Minister of Culture, Abel Prieto Jiménez, reminds us, "The battle of consciousness and ideas must be won," in a world in which some insist that revolutionary thinking belongs in a museum

Striving to maintain advances in Venezuela

A Cuban internationalist doctor heading a medical center in Miranda talks about the achievements of the Bolivarian Revolution which, despite facing a non-conventional war, continues to resist

Cuban President visits Google’s NYC office

Meeting at Google’s headquarters in New York, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez highlighted Cuba’s human resources potential to advance in the technological field

An exemplary victory in Venezuela

The First Vice President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, expressed gratitude and appreciation to the Venezuelan people, who continued to queue to exercise their right to vote in the late hours of this Sunday, July 30

Testimony from a sister country

Day after day, in dissimilar points within Venezuelan territory, Cuban health professionals, along with those from the country, show that solidarity can change the fate of humanity


An unprecedented trial run

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro emphasized that broad participation in the trail run for the upcoming Constituent Assembly election was a sure sign of the resounding victory that will be won in the actual vote July 30

Díaz-Canel meets with U.S. congress members

The President noted that the recent setback in relations, and in particular the blockade, harm the interests of both peoples and pose further obstacles to the economic development to which Cuba is entitled