Juan Garau nominated for the National Prize for Journalism of the CNP of Cuba in Exile

On this occasion, we had the honor of speaking with Juan Garau Diego, and we wanted to publish in black and white some moments of the interview that Garau gave us, which you can see extensively on our channel.

Ortega and Murillo, Without Masks

Ortega came to power the last time in 2007 and everything seems to indicate that he intends to die exercising it just as Fidel Castro did, his teacher in organized crime.

South Press Interviews: Venezuelan Academic Eduardo Guzman Pérez

Stay Tuned on Urbis et Libris. We interviewed Professor Eduardo Guzmán, who presented his book: What I Saw on 3rd November 2020.

South Press interviewed Pablo Medina

Interview with Pablo Medina Carrasco, Venezuelan congressman, a fighter for democracy, and writer, who summarizes his political life and Venezuelan history.

Marco Rubio Asks FBI To Investigate Activities Of ‘Puentes De Amor’ Organization

“Puentes de Amor held a demonstration in Coral Gables, Florida, as part of a coordinated effort by the Cuban regime to sow division, incite conflict, and influence the foreign policy of the United States”, Rubio said.

The Duel Burr-Hamilton: July 11th, 1804

The death of Hamilton led to the permanent weakening of the Federalist Party and its demise in American domestic politics.

United States “continues to recognize Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela”

President Joe Biden called Juan Guaidó from Air Force One on his way to Los Angeles for the Summit of the Americas on Wednesday after declining to invite the Venezuelan opposition leader to participate.

The New Tower of Babel

The Press and TV have ceased to be the fourth power, since citizens make use of their right to inform and give opinions, especially on social networks.