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Emancipatory Paradigms Workshop kicks off (+Photos)

The 12th International Emancipatory Paradigms Workshop “Berta Cáceres Vive” (Berta Cáceres lives) was inaugurated January 10

Not one woman less!

The phenomenon known as femicide has been spreading across the world and become part of daily life in Latin America

A decade of progress in Ecuador

On January 15, 2007, a new era began in Ecuador. Economist Rafael Correa took office with his sights firmly set on a deep restructuring of the state, proposing an inclusive process under the premise of “socialism of good living.”

Venezuela is sacred and to be respected

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro requests Anti-imperialist Enabling Law to confront threats from the United States, and thanks historic leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro for his support.


Collaboration to benefit the people

CARACAS.— The Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement Cuba-Venezuela is based on solidarity, mutual support and respect for sovereignty and complimentarity, stated Cuban ambassador to Venezuela, Rogelio Polanco.


Diverse views on a tense scenario

A tense calm. That is how the political panorama in Brazil at the moment could be described following the beginning of an impeachment process against President Dilma Rous­seff


U.S. President defends normalization process

A new package of measures with a very limited scope was adopted, in view of the continued economic, financial and commercial blockade. Cuba remains committed to civilized relations despite our profound differences

Temer to "tighten belts" in Brazil

Fully installed in Brazil's Planalto executive headquarters, interim President Michel Temer has launched the neoliberal plan he promised.

Raúl’s attendance at UN General Assembly confirmed

Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez confirms President Raúl Castro’s plans to travel to United Nations headquarters in New York, during a press conference in Havana, while also addressing other issues