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The Cuban Government Denounces US Support for the Israeli Crimes in Gaza

May 12, 2021

Photo: Bill Hackwell

Cuba has charged the United States with supporting the Israeli regime in their indiscriminate bombings of the Palestinian people. Yesterday Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno issued Havana’s repudiation of the attacks carried out by the Israeli regime in the last two days, which have caused at least 48 deaths in Gaza, 14 of whom were children, according to the Gaza Ministry of Health. (more…)

Zionism’s Alliance with Luis Almagro the Yanacona

By Pablo Joffre Leal on May 11, 2021

Luis Almagro and Zionist President Reuven Rivlin

The policy of “public diplomacy” that the Zionist Government has ordered to carry out, as part of the process of cleaning up the image and make-up of its regime, implies the purchase of wills and the search for support from international organizations, governments, parliamentarians and opinion leaders. (more…)

Those Who Live in Glass Houses …

By Elsa Claro on April 22, 2021

Whenever the United States accuses other countries of spying on them, they hide or justify their extensive world-wide network dedicated to finding out movements, their military installations, and their destabilizing operatives who focus on countries and entire regions. (more…)

Will There Be Wars Over Water?

By Sergio Rodríguez Gelfenstein on April 17, 2021

The Tigris River in Iraq after the invasion of the US. Photo: Bill Hackwell

As reported by the Union de Trabajadores de la Tierra (Union of Workers of the Earth) of Argentina and quoted  by Resumen Latinoamericano, according to the 2010 national census in Argentina there were “5.3 million people who had no access to potable water in their homes, and about 1 million who had no access anywhere on their property.”  This means that about 13% of the inhabitants of Argentina have no possibility of a dependable water supply in their homes. (more…)

Vaccines are a Global Public Good

By Boaventura de Sousa Santos, on April 9, 2021

There is some consensus that the current pandemic will remain with us for a long time. We are going to enter a period of intermittent pandemics (more…)

Ramsey Clark; A Life Well Lived for the People of the World

By Bill Hackwell on April 10, 2021

Samarra Iraq 1996, Ramsey Clark visiting pharmaceutical plant. Photo: Bill Hackwell

Yesterday Ramsey Clark died at the age of 93 in New York and today justice and peace-loving people and movements in the US and around the world are in mourning for a man who (more…)

Social Networks, the New Dominant Media

By Ignacio Ramonet on February 17, 2021

The modern Internet, the Web, was invented in 1989, thirty-two years ago. In other words, we are living the first minutes of a phenomenon that is here to stay for centuries. Let’s think that the (more…)

Cuba is Committed to the First Legally Binding International Agreement For Disarmament that is Now in Effect

By Milagros Pichardo on January 24, 2021

Nuclear test in French Polynesia, 1971. Photo: CTBTO

On January 22, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) has now become international law. (more…)

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