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Ecuador denies end to Latin American left

On February 14, several Latin American intellectuals refuted claims that the recent defeats of progressive governments on the continent represents the end of the leftist era in the region

Cuban and U.S. banks sign agreement

Cuba’s International Commerce Bank and the U.S. Stonegate Bank reached the first important financial accord to be signed since the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries July 20.

CELAC to analyze regional challenges

The 21st Meeting of National Coordinators of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) is scheduled to be held in El Salvador, March 23-24

Cuba emphasizes the significance of the Great October Socialist Revolution

José Ramón Balaguer, a member of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) Central Committee Secretariat and head of its International Relations Department, laid a floral wreath on behalf of the Cuban people at Lenin’s Mausoleum and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, in Moscow

Experts warn of the impact of climate change on central Cuba

The Caribbean Sea is penetrating the southern Cuban coastline at a rate of 1.3 meters per year, as a result of climate change, authorities from the Ministry of Science and Technology (Citma) in Sancti Spíritus warned

Obama presents plan to close Guantánamo prison

The New York Times stated, in an editorial, that Republican opposition to closing the detention center marked “one of the most shameful chapters in America’s recent history.” John Kerry also announced a possible trip to Cuba in the coming days.

Fidel honored in Washington

The willingness of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, to improve relations with the United States while preserving the island’s sovereignty, was highlighted during a panel discussion in honor of the first anniversary of the revolutionary leader’s death, November 25, 2016

Cuba calls for multilateral response to terrorism

On February 13, speaking before the UN Security Council, Cuba called for a multilateral and combined response to terrorism, which moves away from unilateral actions and double standards