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The Five around the world

Innumerable demonstrations of solidarity continue in a huge variety of locations around the world, as part of the international campaign to free Gerardo, Antonio and Ramón, unjustly imprisoned in the U.S. for 16 years.

A multipolar world

The most important shift in contemporary history came with the end of the Cold War, as it had been known, when one camp in the bipolar world disappeared, opening the door to the hegemony of U.S. imperialism.

World votes on blockade

The global call will once again be clearly heard, when the twenty-third UN General Assembly vote is held today on the need to lift the blockade imposed by the U.S. on Cuba.

New York Times journalist visits Granma

 Ernesto Londoño, a member of the New York Times’ editorial board, visited Granma’s offices and conversed with staff, during the afternoon of November 24

A model of management to improve efficiency

GUISA, Granma.— There are magnificent examples that shatter the myth that banking is restricted to a woman or man in uniform, separated from the public by a glass counter and computer screen.

President of Angola arrives in Cuba

President of the Republic of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos, arriving in Havana on the evening June 17 to begin his official visit, emphasized the fraternal ties and the long tradition of struggle shared between his country and Cuba.

Ministry of Foreign Relations Statement

On June 30, the United States Departments of Treasury and Justice, and the state of New York levied a record 8.97 billion dollar fine against the French bank BNP Paribas, for not abiding by the unilateral U.S. government sanctions on several countries.