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Posts published in April 2021

Vassos Lyssarides, a respected Cypriot Social Democrat Politician, dies at 100

Social Democrats worldwide mourn the passing of Vassos Lyssarides, founder of the Movement of Social Democrats of Cyprus, EDEK, who worked tirelessly for peace and democracy in his nation. In a post on his official Twitter account, Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades said the country lost “one of its historical leaders…

What you need to know if you are thinking of cruising this summer

After more than a year without cruises, it looks like vacations at sea may finally become available for U.S. residents in the Caribbean and elsewhere this summer as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. But unlike before COVID-19, cruisers won’t be able to hop on ships in U.S. ports just yet. Instead,…

Ideological and Political Diversity is critical for the prosperity of any nation.

Socialist ideology, like so many others, has two main dangers. One stems from confused and incomplete readings of foreign texts, and the other from the arrogance and hidden rage of those who, in order to climb up in the world, pretend to be frantic defenders of the helpless so as…

UN calls for commitment to restoring the planet in a message on Earth Day.

United Nations, Apr 22 (Prensa Latina) United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday (April 21) called for commitment to restoring the planet and to making peace with nature, in his message to mark Earth Day on Thursday. As posted on UN´s official website, climate change and speedy environmental changes caused…

Meet the Jews of Havana: The Small but Thriving Cuban Community You Didn’t Know Existed

A tightly-knit Jewish community (1200 people) whose members escaped the Spanish Inquisition and survived Castro’s revolution is there to stay, despite the challenges and uncertain future on the island. There is no Antisemitism in Cuba. The Cuban government celebrated Hanukkah, in December 2010, the Festival of Lights for Jews, every…