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Venezuela achieves nationwide health coverage

After Cuba, Venezuela is the second country in the world to provide complete health coverage for its almost 32 million inhabitants

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

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

The anniversary of an immense task

This April 16 was commemorated in Venezuela for more than one reason. The date marks the realization of a dream of Fidel and Chávez: the Barrio Adentro Mission, whose 14-year history makes it a unique achievement


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

We are Fidel, we are Chávez

This August 13, Cubans and Venezuelans paid tribute to the Comandante en Jefe’s exceptional career, as well as to another extraordinary fighter: Hugo Chávez

A family’s missions

Defined by their resistance and hope, six Cuban professionals at a Comprehensive Diagnostic Center share their experiences of working in Venezuela

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