A UN Security Council vote authorized the deployment of 1,000 Kenyan police officers to Haiti, a move seen by some Kenyans as a violation of sovereignty and part of the United States’ neo-colonial agenda.
Cuban president Miguel Díaz-Canel also joined the rally and chanted along with the people, “Cuba, yes! Blockade, no!”
A rally will be held at Grand Central Station amid the UN General Assembly week to demand that the US take Cuba off of the State Sponsors of Terrorism list
In this interview, Vijay Prashad points out how summits on sustainable development goals often end with only calls for increasing funding which serves merely as band-aid. Ending hunger, poverty, and the other crises of our time requires greater political will and structural changes
Ahead of his address at the UN General Assembly, Cuban president Miguel Díaz-Canel paid tribute to Malcolm X in Harlem. The ceremony marked 63 years since the historic meeting between Malcolm X and former Cuban president Fidel Castro.
Speaking at the UN General Assembly session, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel stressed the need for “changes that can no longer be postponed in the midst of the unjust, irrational and abusive international economic order”
The summit in Havana ends with document that also highlights the role of technology for development
Citing lack of funds, the World Food Programme (WFP) has announced the scaling down of its aid operations in the country starting from September. The decision will affect millions of people in the blockaded country
For the first time, the United Nations marked Nakba and the forced displacement of tens of thousands of Palestinians during the founding of Israel in 1948. However, the US, Canada, and some EU countries chose not to participate on Israel’s request
Civilians have been forced to hole up in their homes for days with no supply of water or electricity, as the fighting rages on with increasingly heavier weapons
Braving the rain, a group of Peruvians rallied outside the UN to demand an end to the violent repression of the government of Dina Boluarte
Además de imponer restricciones de viaje al Ministro de Asuntos Exteriores palestino, Riyad al-Maliki, Israel ha confiscado 39 millones de dólares del organismo, que se transferirán al fondo de “víctimas del terrorismo” para ciudadanos israelíes.