Five young people from different countries cycled through towns and cities in the east of Cuba, braving the intense August sun to demand that the U.S. government release Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino and Antonio Guerrero, unjustly imprisoned 16 years ago.
All those who visit Bogotá’s central Plaza Bolívar in Colombia, on a Sunday afternoon, will come across Orlando Jaramillo Hernández, tireless fighter in support of the Cuban Revolution and for the release of the Cuban Five imprisoned in the United States.
The political work of a communist within a capitalist, neoliberal system constitutes a sacrifice, according to Maximo Schnebely, speaking to Granma International, at the Julio Antonio Mella International Camp, located in the municipality of Caimito, Artemisa province
Extreme vigilance and measures to combat mosquitoes are defining recent efforts by Cuban health authorities in the campaign to prevent the spread of viruses transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito (including Zika, dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever).
The Third Days of Action Against the Blockade will take place in Washington D.C., September 11-16, with activities centered on denouncing damage caused to the island’s healthcare system by the hostile policy, with the participation of U.S. students pursuing medical degrees on the island and renowned Cuban doctors
In Cuba, women’s gynecological healthcare is fully guaranteed, Dr. Ana Margarita Solares Asteasuanizarra, a member of the Cuban Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Assistant Professor at Havana’s University of Medical Sciences, told Granma International
Shortly after the March floods in Chile, which left 30,000 homeless, a small contingent of 17 Cubans arrived to support those affected - doctors, epidemiologists and nurses from the Henry Reeve Brigade, specially trained in responding to disasters and serious epidemics.
In late 2013, organizers proposed to extend the initiative to poorer and more vulnerable communities, and in particular marginalized youths lacking in opportunities as a result of neoliberal policies
Advances in the comprehensive recovery of patients and research into bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitic infections were the focus of debates during the Seventh International Rehabilitation and Ninth Microbiology and Parasitology congresses held recently in Havana
The wealth of knowledge that Argentine journalist and writer Stella Calloni expresses in her conversations is difficult to summarize, but it is worth considering her concerns and ideals