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Behind the Enemy, Everywhere

By Ana Hurtado on February 20, 2024

Journalist José Manzaneda, coordinator of Cubainformación. Photo: Cubaperiodistas

In October 2020, the independent media outlet in Spain Cubainformación, published a very accurate article written by a great companion of causes, journalist José Manzaneda. (more…)

Nicaragua Leads the World: Holding Countries Accountable Without War or Sanctions

By Becca Renk on February 21, 2024

Palestine Park in Managua, photo: Becca Renk

I was 13 years old the day I got braces on my teeth and the United States bombed Baghdad, launching the “first” Iraq war. (more…)

The Network of Interference against Cuba that Goes from the United States to Spain, Passing through Mexico

By Katu Arkonada on February 21, 2024

Katu Arkonada

Following the latest investigations on the network that operates against the Cuban Revolution in different parts of the world, but always under the cover and financing of the United States, we have to write a new chapter of the interference against Cuba using the Cuban American National Foundation (CANF). (more…)

Cuba: Estaban Lazo Hernandez Travels to Kenya for Clarification on 2 Kidnapped Doctors

February 20, 2024

kidnapped Cuban doctors, Dr. Assel Herrera Correa y Dr. Landy Rodríguez Hernández,

Esteban Lazo Hernández, president of the Cuban National Assembly and its Council of State, has traveled to the Republic of Kenya as a High Level Special Envoy, to carry out urgent negotiations with the highest authorities of that country in the search for cooperation and clarification, in light of the recent news published about the possible unconfirmed death of doctors Assel Herrera Correa and Landy Rodríguez Hernández, (more…)

Why the World Needs Julian Assange’s Freedom

By Alejandra Garcia on February 20, 2024

Stella Assange calling for her husband’s freedom outside the High Court in London. photo: EPA

Australian journalist Julian Assange is living a decisive week in the United Kingdom as legal efforts are being exhausted to avoid his extradition to the United States, where he could face life imprisonment. The health of the Wikileaks founder, responsible for publishing war crimes perpetuated by Washington in Iraq and Afghanistan, has deteriorated to the extreme. (more…)

Leave Cuba Alone

By Atilio Borón on Feb 19, 2024

‘true to their ideas’ , photo: Bill Hackwell

I have just arrived in Cuba, and I feel, once again, the same emotion that entered me the first time I visited it on the occasion of the International Seminar on the External Debt of Latin America and the Caribbean that Fidel convened in the first days of August 1985. (more…)

Colombia’s Right Is Trying to “Soft Coup” Gustavo Petro

By Carlos Cruz Mosquera on February 19, 2024

photo: Leon Hernandez

It was expected that Colombia’s elites, who had enjoyed a monopoly over the state for two hundred consecutive years up until twenty months ago, would attempt to obstruct the left-wing President Gustavo Petro’s administration. (more…)

Brazil: Lula Compares Israel’s Genocide in Gaza to Hitler’s Killing of the Jews

February 18, 2024

Lula in Addis Ababa

The President of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, has denounces the Israeli genocide in Gaza and compares it to Adolf Hitler’s campaign during World War II.

The Brazilian president, in a meeting held this Sunday with journalists in Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia, where he is attending as a guest at a summit of the African Union (AU), said that “what is happening in the Gaza Strip is not a war, it is a genocide. (more…)

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