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Cuba challenges historical manipulation and media war

Our adversaries persist in presenting the 1940s and 50s in pre-revolutionary Cuba as a “golden age,” while the reality was one of sharp inequality, deep contradictions, and economic crisis

There are those who persist in presenting the 1940s and 1950s in pre-revolutionary Cuba as a time of prosperity and abundance. This vision appears frequently on digital platforms, in articles directed toward a Cuban audience, or in videos and photo galleries, produced for social media. On this and other media strategies, Granma shared a digital dialogue with Dr. Fabio Fernández Batista, professor of Cuban History at the University of Havana’s department of Philosophy and History*

“We have an inspiring history to take into the fight”

Cuba, the President said, "is again being challenged by the world context and aggressive imperialist policy. This is not what we seek, but we do not fear it. We have an inspiring history to take into the fight. Added to this is the talent of our scientists and health personnel that has placed us among the countries that have managed to control a terrible pandemic"

The national strategy presented to strengthen the economy in the post-COVID period is "a plan that defends an ideal, not an idea of perfection but the sum total of objectives to be met," President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez stated during his remarks at yesterday’s Council of Ministers meeting, broadcast on the Mesa Redonda Cuban television program.

First 500 Cuban-made ventilators coming soon

By October, the national health system should have on hand the first ventilators built In Cuba

By October, the national health system should have on hand the first 500 ventilators built In Cuba, reported Dr. Mitchell Valdés Sosa, director of the Cuban Neuroscience Center (CNEURO), affiliated with the BioCubaFarma enterprise group.

Trump takes hostility toward Cuba to new heights

Cuba has denounced the terrorist attack on the country’s embassy in Washington, and demanded a thorough investigation from the U.S. government. Photo: MINREX

Washington’s current foreign policy toward Cuba - featuring the vile imperial obsession of destroying the Revolution, following a script of more than six decades of aggressions and failures - is part of the reactionary global projection of a government that the U.S. press itself describes as desperate and inept, with a cornered, defensive leader, prone to self-destructive behavior.

Another Helms-Burton lawsuit fails

Another Helms-Burton lawsuit fails

Miami federal judge James Lawrence King has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Florida citizen, under Title III of the illegal Helms-Burton Act, against Carnival Corporation, the world's largest cruise operator which includes Cuba among its destinations.

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