Cuban Minister of Economy begins visit to Russia


Cuban Minister of Economy and Planning, Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz, a vice president of the Council of State, is presiding the Cuban delegation to the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, to be held May 24 - 26

What happened in Cassinga?


Forty years after the events at Cassinga, the world cannot afford the luxury of forgetting one of the worst acts of genocide committed by the apartheid regime in South Africa

Cuba solidarity, to Venezuela and beyond

The Henry Reeve contingent was founded on September 19, 2005 by Fidel.

Although there are many positive examples in Venezuela, several Cuban collaborators in the country recall their experiences serving in other parts of the world, with tales of internationalist work straight from the heart

Anti-imperialist march in Lima


Demonstrators demanded the release of former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, and an end to political persecution of progressive leaders in latin America and the Caribbean

Barrio Adentro, restoring hope

The Barrio Adentro program offers healthcare to Venezuela’s most disadvantaged communities.

April 16 marked the 15th anniversary of the launch of this beautiful mission designed to provide healthcare to Venezuela’s historically forgotten communities. Granma International shares the stories of three Venezuelan collaborators and their time with the project

Cuba has a voice and a face in Peru

Cuba has a voice and a face in Peru.

Close to a 100 delegates have, since April 8, given Cuba a voice and a face in Peru, where the 8th Summit of the Americas, and the Peoples' Summit are taking place, in addition to forums of youth, legislators, businesspeople, and civil society, prior to the high level hemispheric meeting

Cuba demands respect in Peru

Billboards insulting our country were ripped and covered with

The Cuban civil society delegation, attending the 8th Summit of the Americas parallel forums, yesterday denounced serious provocations in Lima, where billboards offending our country were displayed on the city's central avenues

Cuban Foreign Minister arrives in Peru

Cuban Foreign Minister arrives in Peru.

Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, arrived in Lima were the Eighth Summit of the Americas is scheduled to be inaugurated this afternoon

China and its challenge, looking to the future

BEIJING, marzo 20, 2018

Changes in the nation's fundamental law should allow Chinese policies to be adjusted to the new times, to update and strengthen the strategic plan for "the nation's grand revitalization."

Can the Monroe Doctrine triumph in the 21st century?


Although many of us would like to answer this question with a resounding "No!" and insist that our region is well prepared to defend itself against the 1823 pretensions of President James Monroe, with his "America for Americans" -which must be understood as "America for the United States"- it would be a serious mistake to underestimate the risks

Is a trade war looming?


With the announcement that the United States is set to raise taxes on steel and aluminum imports, the Donald Trump administration might has just launched the first bomb of a trade war with unpredictable consequences

Venezuela fighting to end corruption


During his visit to Cuba, Attorney General of the Republic of Venezuela, Tarek William Saab, highlighted ongoing efforts by his institution to end corruption

U.S. makes cuts to embassy staff in Havana official

U.S. makes cuts to embassy staff in Havana official.

A wire from Associated Press highlights that the announcement makes the U.S. decision last year to withdraw 60 percent of its diplomats from its embassy in Cuba, under the pretext of supposed “sonic attacks” against its personnel, practically permanent