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Cuba Denounces Genocide in Palestine

Article and photos by Yaimi Ravelo on October 18, 2023 from Havana

A powerful denunciation was made from the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP), against the genocide perpetrated by the Zionist army of Israel in the Gaza Strip today in Havana. (more…)

An Unforgettable Crime in Cuba’s Historical Memory

By José Luis Méndez Méndez on August 9, 2023

photo: Prensa Latina

The fascist groups within the terrorists of Cuban origin immediately allied with the September 1971 Chilean coup plotters and set out to serve them with the knowledge acquired from their CIA training and the skill achieved in decades of exercising terror as a method of achieving their objectives. (more…)

The Truth about the US: A Counter-hegemonic Proposal for this July 4th

By Anisia Castro Morera on July 4, 2023 from Havana

photo: Bill Hackwell

As a great protest against this U.S. offensive at the global level, the Network in Defense of Humanity-Cuba (REDH) joins the initiative launched on June 15 in Moscow, to celebrate the first International Day of Independence from U.S. Influence this July 4, 2023. (more…)

Greetings from the Network in Defense of Humanity to the Sao Paulo Forum

Jun 30, 2023

The Network of Intellectuals and Artists in Defense of Humanity greets with great fervor this new edition of the Sao Paulo Forum. May this sisterly greeting reach all the social fighters gathered here, the organizations and peoples they represent, women and men who day by day build a better and possible future. To you who write history day by day together with the most humble, we send our embrace. (more…)

Washington DC City Council Passes Resolution to End the Blockade of Cuba

May 16, 2023, Breaking News! The Washington DC City Council has just passed a resolution that adds its voice to the growing chorus of more than 80 city and state legislatures calling on President Biden and Congress to end the blockade on Cuba and remove the country from the State Sponsor of terrorism list.


Cuba: What We learned Visiting Viñales

By José Ramón Cabañas Rodríguez on April 18, 2023

Vinales, photo: Bill Hackwell

Since 2022 there was a family plan to go all the way to Viñales, Pinar del Río, to take a few days of vacation. Anyone who has visited it knows that it is one of those places (many) in Cuba that has special charms, which remain in the memory as a permanent debt. (more…)

CELAC vs OAS, the Rebirth of Anti-imperialist Thinking

By Marcos Roitman Rosennman on January 22, 2023

Simon Bolivar

The dreams of those who fought for political independence in Latin America at the beginning of the 19th century not only sought to put an end to the domination of the Spanish empire, but were also the bearers of a proposal for regional integration. However, their hopes clashed with a reality: the birth of imperialism. (more…)

Ana Montes: American Super Spy who Worked for Cuba

By Owei Lakemfa on January 2, 2023

Ana Belen Montes

The United States, had during the Banana War, occupied Nicaragua in 1912. This gave rise to the Somoza political family, which ruled the country from that period until its overthrow by Nicaraguan youths under the banner of the Sandinista Movement in 1979. The popular Nicaraguan Revolution threw many youths across the world into a frenzy. (more…)

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