At the Maurice Bishop International Airport in Granada, a monument has been erected to the Cuban internationalist workers who were killed during the 1983 US invasion of the country.
Argentine Cinema Mourns Federico Luppi Translated and Edited by Walter Lippmann. Buenos Aires, Oct 20 (Prensa Latina) He was 81 years old but for those who knew him up close, he had a young, cheerful heart and an enviable capacity for work, today the Argentineans say goodbye to one of their greatest actors, the […]
Bernie Sanders undercut the movement to create a broad left-alternative to the Democratic Party by his refusal to run as an independent, limiting his goals to reforming the hopelessly-corrupt Democrats.
National Baseball Directorate reports on a penalty being levied against Industriales manager Victor Mesa.
A loving tribute to Estela Bravo, the US-born cinematographer who has been documenting the Cuban Revolution and much more for over fifty years.
Puerto Rico's infrastructure was devastated by a campaign to convert everything from roads and public services to the education system into private for-profit companies.
Oct 29, 2017Walter Lippmann Source :Un cuento de espías sordos e innombrables
The leadership of the Cuban revolution accepted the installation of the rockets as a measure to make Washington relinquish its plans for extreme violence against Cuba. They were convinced that in doing so they complied with a principle of internationalist solidarity with the socialist camp and, in particular, with the USSR.
Ramón Labañino explains that the changes being made in Cuba today learn from the experience of the fall of the USSR and aim at strengthening Socialism, not returning to capitalism.
Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin Airways, etc., visits Habana Vieja with City Historian Eusebio Leal.