Venezuela and Exxon Mobil’s Land Grab

By Maria Paez Victor on November 24, 2023

photo: Justin

Attacks on Venezuela by the US and its allies include 930 illegal sanctions that shut the country out from international finance blocking it from buying medicines, food or producing or selling its oil. (more…)

Fidel Castro and Those Moments that Leave a Mark

By Daylén Vega Muguercia on November 25, 2023, the 7th anniversary of Fidel’s passing

There are moments in life that mark us forever. They influence us. And there are people with equal power, over one and over thousands. Over millions. Fidel Castro is such a man. He is, and I do not say was, because we do not see Fidel in the past, but in the present. Vital as the young man who broke down the walls imposed by imperial interference on Cuba. Dreamer like the man who stood one day in the Havana Country Club and envisioned art schools there for the children of the peasant, the worker, the housewife. (more…)

New Mood In The World Will Put An End To The Global Monroe Doctrine

By Vijay Prashad, on November 24, 2023

By Tagreed Darghouth (Lebanon), Tree Within, a Palestinian Olive Tree, 2018.

Every day since 7 October has felt like an International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, with hundreds of thousands gathering in Istanbul, a million in Jakarta, and then yet another million across Africa and Latin America to demand an end to the brutal attack being carried out by Israel (with the collusion of the United States). (more…)

Cuba: March for Palestine Floods Havana’s Malecon

article and photos by Yaimi Ravelo on November 23, 2023 from Havana

Today thousands of Havana residents marched along the Malecon of the Cuban capital to denounce the war crimes of the Zionist state of Israel against the people of Palestine in the Gaza Strip.

“It is heard, it is felt, the Palestinian people in Cuba is present”;

“Alert, alert, alert that walks, the voice of Palestine in Latin America”;

“The people united, will never be defeated, Long live the Palestinian cause“. (more…)

The Price of Freedom

By Ana Hurtado on November 23, 2023

photo: Al Mayadeen

The dictatorship of the multinationals. We can call it by various names. Also of capital. Of the civilized world. If Luis Buñuel were to come back to life and take a look at the world we live in today, he would have material for thousands and thousands of films. He would not have enough life to write so many scripts. (more…)

Longest-lasting Blockade in World History: “Cuba Is not Alone, this Tribunal Proves It”

By Katrien Demuynck on November 21, 2023

Brussels Tribune on the Blockade of Cuba

On Nov. 16 and 17, 2023, a tribunal against the U.S. blockade of Cuba took place in the buildings of the European Parliament in Brussels Belgium. 263 attendees from 21 countries attended. It concluded with a strong condemnation of one of the biggest scandals of the 21st century through a firmly based legal verdict. (more…)

BRICS Group Calls for Israel to End its Aggression in Gaza Strip

November 21, 2023

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa

The BRICS countries, including some of those that joined after the recent enlargement of the group, called Tuesday for an end to Israel’s aggression in the Gaza Strip, which is now a month and a half old. (more…)

Cuba: Echoes of the IV Nation and Emigration Conference

By José Ramón Cabañas Rodríguez on November 21, 2023 in Havana

2023 Nation and Emigration Conference

During November 18 and 19, 371 Cubans residing in 56 countries attended the sessions of the IV Nation and Emigration Conference in Havana. Hundreds of relatives, officials, friends and acquaintances welcomed them and shared time with them, as many arrived several days before the formal schedules of the event, and even several days later many of them will walk around the Cuban geography in a thousand purposes. (more…)

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