Christian K. Caruzo

Articles by Christian K. Caruzo

Communism: Cubans Living in Partially Collapsed Building Fear They Will Die Next

Five Cuban families residing in a crumbling building in Old Havana sent a letter to the news website Cibercuba expressing fear that their derelict building, which suffered a partial collapse in October that claimed the life of a five-year-old, will face another collapse that will end their lives.

A resident views a building with severe structural damage following Hurricane Ian in Havana, Cuba, on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022. Cuban officials said they had begun to restore some power Wednesday after Hurricane Ian knocked out electricity to the entire island, reports the Associated Press. Photographer: Natalia Favre/Bloomberg via Getty …

Report: Cubans Held Nearly 4,000 Anti-Communist Protests in 2022

Cuban citizens held 692 recorded protests against the communist Castro regime during December 2022 – bringing the total for the year to 3,923 protests, according to the latest report published by the Cuban Observatory of Conflict civil society organization on Monday.

People rally in front of Versailles, a Cuban restaurant in the Little Havana neighborhood, in support of the protests in Cuba on July 11, 2021 in Miami, Florida. Thousands took to the streets across Cuba to protest pandemic restrictions, the pace of Covid-19 vaccinations and the Cuban government. (Photo by …

Cuban Activists Protest New Group of ‘Slave Doctors’ Sent to Mexico

A group of Cuban activists and health professionals criticized the communist Castro regime’s plans to send an additional 119 Cuban slave doctors to Mexico, at a time when the nation’s precarious and understaffed healthcare system faces its worst crisis in more than six decades of communist rule.

Cuban doctors form up during a farewell ceremony as they get ready to leave for Italy to help with the new coronavirus pandemic, in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, April 12, 2020. (AP Photo/Ismael Francisco)

Venezuela and North Korea to Deepen Ties Against ‘Common Enemies’

Venezuela’s socialist regime and North Korea pledged to deepen their bilateral relationship after diplomatic representatives of both authoritarian regimes held a meeting in Caracas on Monday to address “issues of common interest to both nations,” according to the Venezuelan foreign affairs ministry.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro gives a press conference at Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

Reports: Venezuelan ‘Opposition’ to Demand End of Guaidó Government

CARACAS — Three of the major Venezuelan “opposition” political parties belonging to the Unitary Platform alliance allegedly formed against the socialist regime of Nicolás Maduro have begun talks to put an end to the nation’s legitimate interim government led by Juan Guaidó, Venezuelan newspaper El Nacional reported on Monday.

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido (AFP)

Peru Says Leftist Pro-Coup Riots Costing up to $26 Million a Day

The ongoing riots in Peru by leftist supporters of communist ex-president Pedro Castillo and their disruption of the nation’s supply chain are causing losses of upwards of 100 million Peruvian sol ($26 million) per day to Peru’s economy, Peru’s Economy and Finance Minister Alex Contreras announced on Tuesday.

Riot police run during clashes with supporters of ousted President Pedro Castillo in front of Congress in Lima, Peru, Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022. Peru's Congress voted to remove Castillo from office Wednesday and replace him with the vice president, shortly after Castillo tried to dissolve the legislature ahead of a …

Cuba’s Castro Regime Gives Warm Welcome to Congressional Democrats

A delegation of three Democrat U.S. Congressmen — Reps. James McGovern (D-MA), Mark Pocan (D-WI), and Troy Carter (D-LA) — traveled to Havana over the weekend to meet with several members of the communist Castro regime and their puppet president Miguel Díaz-Canel.

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