Latin America: Change of Concept in the Face of Crisis

Although the developed capitalist countries continue to insist that market is the best regulator of economies, they do it for greed, despite the blows received by the current economic crisis where there are currently some 80 million people on the verge of the poverty level

Santiago in América: ICAIC Newsreel

Standing in front of the Malecon Seaside Drive he looked at the waves hitting against the wall during the winter months

ALBA: Example of a True Alliance

Experts in the hemisphere have recently debated in Havana the characteristics and performance of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) created in 2004 in the Cuban capital by the leader of the Revolution Fidel Castro and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez

FAO Warns: World Hunger Affects Children The Most

A terrible warning has been recently launched by the United Nations Agriculture and Food Organization (FAO): in Latin America and the Caribbean millions of children are seriously threatened by hunger and malnutrition

World Children’s Day: Think of the Future

Humanity has been celebrating June 1st as World Children’s Day since 1982. After 28 years, the date has become a warning signal as the rest of the 364 days demand an action plan from those that have the responsibility of building a better future

Jose Marti Warned on the Dangers of Smoking

Cuba’s National Hero Jose Marti commented and wrote many times on the dangers of smoking and felt the need to inform people on the health problems that could be avoided. Smoking causes over half of smokers to die and 50 percent of those deaths occur from 30 to 69 years of age

Silvio Rodríguez: "I Do Not Feel Like a Stranger in Puerto Rico"

Cuban singer and songwriter Silvio Rodriguez was 32 when sitting in a US theater enjoying a Coca Cola and popcorn while watching “Superman”, staring Christopher Reeve. It was February 1980, and Jimmy Carter was president of the United States and only a bomb threat startled the artist’s last tour to the United States until now

Rita Longa: "Work is What Counts"

Rita Longa (Havana, June 14th, 1912-May 29th, 2000) was known for her talent, humbleness and tenacity constituting one of the top figures of Cuban culture and her work is recognized as a reference of national identity

Energy Savings: Crucial for Cuba

With the beginning of the summer in Cuba, people are debating on ways to cut down on the energy consumption in order not to affect the national economy.

May 20, 1902: Cuba; Independent Republic or Neo-Colony of the United States?

Before 1959, Cuba celebrated May 20th as Independence Day. We were told in school that an independent republic had been born, that Spanish domination had ended and we had full freedom. All this of course, thanks to the “generous help” of the government of the United States, whom we should eternally be grateful to


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