The leaders of the Latin-American popular movements are to meet next week on Monday to discuss the need to join to fight against the mutations caused by the Washington-sponsored so-called Free Trade agreements for the Americas (FTAA). The meeting has taken the name: Hemisphere Meeting against Free Trade and for Integration. Read More
The ending was not a happy one for Yuderci Abralantes García, the Cuban woman who spent the last two weeks living in the Juan Santamaría (San José) airport terminal, as the Sala Constitucional ruled in favour of immigration officials, who immediately deported her. Read More
The 2008 International Book Fair has just ended and the Cubans already started to work in the next one with Chile as guest of honour and two icons of their culture in the centre of the tribute, Violeta Parra and Víctor Jara. Read More
The Operation Miracle health program sponsored by Cuba and Venezuela to help Latin Americans with poor eyesight and low income has benefited 140 inhabitants of the Panamanian city of Colon in 2008. Read More
The group is made up of researchers from Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina and Cuba. The association found the support of the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO), other international institutions, plus Canada, Britain and Germany.