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The victorious Cuban people continue to resist the blockade

Yesterday, on his Twitter account, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, demanded an end to the economic, commercial, and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by the U.S. government for almost 60 years

Cuba is counting on all, for the good of all

Addressing Cubans resident in the United States, during his visit to New York last month, President Miguel Díaz-Canel emphasized that émigrés around the world make a decisive contribution supporting the nation’s struggle and interests

Fidel and Cuba in the heart of Vietnam

Vietnam’s Ambassador to Cuba, Nguyen Trung Thanh, discusses the two countries’ special friendship in an interview with Granma

López Obrador: No time to lose

Andres Manuel López Obrador has announced the first 13 reforms that he will send to Congress when he assumes the Presidency of Mexico on December 1

The death of a President who lives on

Forty-five years have passed since the September 11 when Chilean President Salvador Allende died in a military coup led by General Augusto Pinochet

The war against democracy in Latin America

“Lawfare” is being waged with increasing intensity in the region, accompanied by neoliberal forces that define the new strategy against leftist political movements

What does the XXIV Sao Paulo Forum propose?

The XXIV annual meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum (FSP) began yesterday in Havana, with the participation of 400 delegates from member parties and guests

As long as there is injustice, there will be revolutions

During the closing session of the Sao Paolo Forum yesterday, an international campaign to demand “Freedom for Lula now” was launched, with a worldwide twitter effort planned for this coming August