Latin America & Caribbean
Amid uncertainty, Haitian movements seek to build a democratic transition

While police and government authorities seem to be withholding key facts in the investigation into the assassination of de-facto President Jovenel Moïse, Haitian organizations are working to build a transition to rebuild democracy and institutions

Tricontinental Institute launches call for art in solidarity with Cuba

Amid the imperialist onslaught against Cuba, the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research has called on artists across the world to make art in solidarity with the Cuban Revolution

It’s official: Left candidate Pedro Castillo declared winner of presidential elections in Peru

Pedro Castillo of the left-wing Free Peru party won the run-off elections with 50.126% of the votes, receiving 44,263 more votes than his opponent Keiko Fujimori of the far-right Popular Force party

If you grew up with the US Blockade as a Cuban, you might understand the recent protests differently

The six-decade US blockade of Cuba was made worse under the administration of Donald Trump. Joe Biden can lift these measures and immediately improve the lives of the 11 million living in Cuba

ELN believes 2022 elections in Colombia will “likely favor peace”

At 211 years of independence and six decades of armed conflict, Colombia remains mired in violence. ELN commander Aureliano Carbonell discusses the challenges to building peace

COVID-19 in Brazil: Over half a million deaths and a tale of political incompetence

The inadequate approach of Jair Bolsonaro’s administration has strongly contributed to the horrific death toll in Brazil due to COVID-19. Support for his policies has hit a record low, as he faces an inquiry for deliberately spreading the virus

Ecuadorian teachers on hunger strike to demand implementation of Intercultural Education law

The law seeks to increase the budget for the education sector, guarantee inclusive and quality public education, increase the basic salary of teachers, re-employ teachers fired or dismissed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, among other measures

What they don’t say about Cuba

Cuban journalist Rosa Miriam Elizalde reflects on the international multimedia disinformation campaign launched against Cuba

Complaint filed against former Argentine president Macri over ammunition supply to Bolivian coup regime

Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri and nine former officials of his government have been accused of aggravated smuggling of weapons and war ammunition, embezzlement of public funds, abuse of authority and crimes that compromise the peace and dignity of the Nation

Cubans take to the streets in rejection of destabilization attempts

In response to the anti-government protests that took place in different parts of Cuba hundreds of Cubans hit the streets to express their support for the government and the Cuban Revolution.

What we know about who is behind the assassination of Haiti’s president

Investigations reveal that the US and at least one of its regional allies, Colombia, are implicated in the assassination of Haiti’s de-facto president Jovenel Moïse.

The United States tries to take advantage of the price Cubans are paying for the blockade and the pandemic

Cuban government officials and activists have reiterated their demand for an end to the blockade imposed by the US which over six decades has cost Cuba $147.8 billion in damages

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