The author of this article is one of many journalists who have been “Witnesses and Protagonists” in the history of several countries where they have produced social and political change. Pedro Rioseco In those days, in 1987, because of the confrontation between the Sandanista Popular Army (EPS) waged […]
Slander and unfounded accusations, especially towards Cuba’s international medical cooperation, are part of the growing hostility shown by the US government towards the Caribbean island. Deisy Francis Mexidor A week after the terrorist attack on the Cuban Embassy in Washington on 30 April, the seriousness of this incident […]
Starting on 18th May, an online course will focus on these three topics, covering aspects such as the organisation of the working class, its role in the globalised economic system and its impact on political transformations. Nicolas Romero García Over and above the adverse impact of Covid-19 on […]
It was 27 hours of anguish that resulted in death, torture and disappearance in the lives of many. It happened in the Palace of Justice, between 6 and 7 November 1985, and stained the history of the Colombian people with blood. Years later, relatives of the disappeared are still asking where the disappeared are and who will punish those responsible for it?
Many researchers, doctors and psychologists are kept busy with the onerous task of explaining all the rumours – spreading like the coronavirus itself, on social media especially – that have no basis in facts or authorised sources on the topic. Becquer Paseiro One of the most widespread falsehoods […]