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The Popular Victory in Defense of the Homeland in the Latest Election

By Adán Chávez Frías on November 30, 2021

Adán Chávez, photo: Bill Hackwell

Venezuelan men and women have expressed once again through our latest  elections on November 21, the strong determination to preserve the stability and peace of the country; a democratic exercise with which we also strengthen the participating and protagonist process we have been building since 22 years ago for the benefit of all (more…)

More than 5 Thousand Venezuelans Have Returned Home from Ecuador

By Ariadna Eljuri on  December 3, 2021

Photo: @CancilleriaVE

More than 5,363 Venezuelans, coming from Ecuador, have returned to date to the country through the “Return to the Homeland” plan, promoted by the National Government, after the constant xenophobic attacks against the compatriots who are in other nations. (more…)

Fidel and Cuba in Africa

By Tatiana Coll on December 4, 2021

Cuban and Angolan soldiers. courtesy of Gerardo Hernandez

“How far our intelligence services must have deteriorated that we did not find out that the Cubans were going to Angola, until they were already there!”, Kissinger commented to Carlos Andrés Pérez, president of Venezuela, after the official announcement of the news on November 24, 1975 (more…)

Cuba’s Granma Yacht: 65 Years since its Historic Voyage

By Alejandra Garcia on December 2, 2021

photo: Juvenal Balán

On December 2, 1956, the Granma yacht arrived in Cuba at Las Coloradas beach, in the eastern part of the island, after a seven-day voyage that began in Mexican waters. On more than one occasion during the trip, the 82 Cuban expedition members, led by Fidel Castro, believed that the small ship would not reach its final destination. (more…)

The Bretton Woods of Democracy

By Gustavo A. Maranges on December 2, 2021 from Havana

graphic: Lu Rui/GT

A huge event is about to happen in Washington on December 9th and 10th. The Summit for Democracy was announced in late August, and just a few days ago, the United States President Joe Biden announced the invitees to this virtual meeting. (more…)

Kyle Rittenhouse, a new “American Hero”?

By Dalia González Delgado on November 29, 2021

Kyle Rittenhouse is the new hero of the radical right in the United States. The acquittal of the young man, accused of killing two people and wounding another during protests in Wisconsin, has provoked mixed reactions and fuels the long debate on racism, violence and gun ownership in this confused country. (more…)

Brazil Is Becoming Increasingly Devastated

By Eric Nepomuceno on November 28, 2021

photo: Bruno Kelly, Green Peace

New images released in the last few days reinforce what is already known; the total impunity with which illegal miners operate in the Amazon region, including in environmental reserve areas and demarcated territories of indigenous communities, and it is growing more and more. (more…)

November 21 Elections Showed that Chavismo Remains Solid and United

By Ana Perdigón on November 29, 2021

On Sunday, November 28, the First Vice President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, stated that the November 21 elections demonstrated that Chavismo remains solid and united, while the opposition remains divided in the short and long term. (more…)

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