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Venezuela

The broken “unity” of the opposition

Almost a year after the parliamentary elections, opposition forces have not advanced at all in terms of the coup they promised for this year, and have been thwarted in their attempts time and again by the resistance of the Bolivarian government and its popular support.

Granma expanding renewable energy

The first fully operational solar park in this eastern province and the ongoing construction of three new ones, are set to see Granma’s contribution to the national electric grid increase six fold by mid-2017

Granma province to see a six-fold increase in solar power this year

With the first photovoltaic park installed in this eastern province already fully operational, and the construction of three new similar sites underway, Granma province will see a six-fold increase in its contribution to the Cuban National Electric System by mid-2017

62 YEARS SINCE THE BIRTH OF CHÁVEZ

His roots grew deep and can still sprout

Hugo Chávez, the Eternal Comandante of Venezuela, was a great man, and his greatness is reaffirmed today as the roots he left pulsating just inches below the ground

A helmsman’s historical legacy

A driver for the Cuban medical brigade in Venezuela, the son of the Granma yacht’s skipper in 1956, recalls Captain Norberto Collado

Venezuelan Vice President inaugurates tributes to Fidel

“We are experiencing a time of threats, attempts at re-colonization, in which the people of the continent must have their morals and a strong spirit of resistance at the ready, for which we must look to the example of Fidel,” stated Vice President of Venezuela Aristóbulo Istúriz

VENEZUELA

“What they attack and what we stand for”

Veteran activist, Jesús Martínez Barrios, Venezuela’s Minister of Labor and Social Security, speaks with Granma International regarding the implications of a repeal - announced by the bourgeois opposition – of the revolutionary, inclusive Labor Law

CUBA IN AMAZONIA

Radiologist Niky: Jack of all trades

"I don't know about here, but in Cuba, dominoes are not just for men. Let's go, two more, let's see if some one can beat us! We have to go back to work soon," the two doctors call out playfully, joking with the typical rivalry the game generates in their native country