JUVENTUD REBELDE reports on the Cuban foreign ministry's denunciation of malicious sources in the United States again talking about the "Havana Syndrome" of supposed attacks on US diplomats.
GRANMA looks at the ways modern technology on the Internet is used to try to generate hate against progressive political figures, Cuba and more.
GRANMA looks at the Central Intelligence Agency and its role in efforts to generate self-hatred in the people it can reach on the Internet
BOHEMIA magazine reports on Havana's first food truck, modeled on the styles of the 1940s, and brought in by the Parque Central hotel.
JUVENTUD REBELDE looks at the TV series "Men's Things" which examines the importance for men of understanding feminist issues.
JUVENTUD REBELDE on the Netflix series Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker, the first Black female millionaire in the US, and recommends it highly.
Memoria Electoral processes and political elites. Cuba in the Third Millennium By Domingo Amuchastegui April 2005 Number 194 Translated and edited by Walter Lippmann for CubaNews The regime that Fidel Castro has headed for 44 years, suggests we make a careful study of the electoral processes and political elites, as one object of study, among […]
CUBADEBATE looks at the popular TV series about chess, THE QUEEN'S GAMBIT.
EL CAIMAN BARBUDO presents an interview and video of Natalia Bolívar, author of Los orishas en Cuba, born to a family of privilege who became an activist in the Cuban Revolution.
CUBADEBATE reports on Heberferon, a new Cuban drug which has proven effective against skin cancer.