Marchers head from Miami to DC, say ‘End US embargo on Cuba!’

July 16, 2021

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Carlos Lazo, center, in Miami on first day of march to Washington, D.C. Join protesters at rally near White House July 25, or at caravans at cities across the United States.

Source: The Militant

by BY SETH GALINSKY

An RV-load of protesters against the U.S. economic war on Cuba are walking more than 1,000 miles over the next month to win support for ending Washington’s embargo.

Carlos Lazo, a Cuban American high school teacher from Seattle and founder of Puentes de Amor (Bridges of Love), which seeks to knock down barriers between working people in Cuba and the U.S., kicked off the trip in Coral Gables, in suburban Miami, June 27. The protest will end with a July 25 rally in Lafayette Park, across the street from the White House, in Washington, D.C. The group plans to hand over petitions with more than 25,000 signatures calling for an end to…

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Venezuela Immunizes Its Population Against COVID-19 with Cuban Vaccine

July 15, 2021

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Venezuela Immunizes Its Population Against COVID-19 with Cuban Vaccine

Source: Black Agenda Report

Venezuela signed an agreement with Cuba for the purchase of 12 million doses of Abdal after the country announced and celebrated the success of its locally developed anti-COVID-19 vaccine.

Both Cuba and Venezuela have announced to vaccinate their entire population of over 11 million and 28 million people, respectively, for free.”

Venezuela began immunizing its population against COVID-19 with Cuba’s Abdala vaccine on June 28. The first batch of 30,000 doses of the vaccine arrived in the country’s capital, Caracas, on June 24. The same day, duringthe XIX Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America – People’s Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP), President Nicolas Maduro reported that his government signed a contract with the Cuban government for the purchase of 12 million doses of Abdala.

Abdala, one of Cuba’s five anti-COVID-19 vaccine candidates,

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Cuban FM: America is directly involved in organizing unrest

July 15, 2021

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Source: en.ypagency.net

SANAA, Jul. 14 (YPA) – Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez accused the United States of being directly involved in organizing the protests and unrest in Cuba since last Sunday.

Bruno Rodriguez

Rodriguez stressed that “Washington bears great responsibility for the events” in which those who said they “receive funding and instructions from abroad, and who travel in cars with diplomatic status, and who meet with American diplomats” participated.

An unconventional war in which social networks promote destabilization in Cuba

The Cuban minister stressed that his country is exposed to the effects of an unconventional war, in which social networks are used to promote destabilization operations in Cuba, explaining in this context that “Washington funded a campaign to promote riots on the Caribbean island, through the Twitter application, which is based in California.” .

Bruno Rodriguez also pointed out that this strategy “includes calls for violence, attacking the authorities…

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Blockade disrupts production of medicine for Cuba’s national health system

June 6, 2021

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Source: Granma

The U.S. government’s financial persecution of Cuba, added to the economic, commercial and financial blockade, limits the industry’s operations and development

Author:Susana Antón|informacion@granmai.cu

April 27, 2021 08:04:24

Directors of Cuba’s Biotechnological and Pharmaceutical Industries Enterprise Group (BioCubaFarma) denounced the impact on their research and production of the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed on Cuba by the U.S. government.

They reported that the criminal policy specifically affects the industry’s ability to acquire raw materials, spare parts and supplies to guarantee medicines for the National Health System, and limits the progress of research projects.

The directors noted that the cost of inputs needed to manufacture candidate anti-COVID vaccines has increased. They must now be purchased through third countries, since usual suppliers have declined to continue doing business with Cuba for fear of U.S. reprisals.

The industry is affected every year in terms of research, manufacturing and…

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África vive en Cuba

May 30, 2021

Hoy es el día de África, un continente lejano en la geografía, pero indisolublemente ligado a Cuba y a los cubanos.

Nuestros criollos y nuestra cultura surgen de la fusión entre los indígenas que habitaban la isla, los esclavos traídos desde ese continente y los colonizadores.

La sangre de sus habitantes corre no solo por nuestras venas, sino, además por nuestros campos libertarios.

Su arribo a las costas del Nuevo Mundo se produjo, según refieren algunos estudios, para ser utilizados como fuerza de trabajo en las plantaciones de caña y en tareas domésticas.

En los países del hemisferio occidental el comercio negrero fue acompañado, en la mayoría de los casos, por una fuerte ideología racista: los negros eran considerados seres subhumanos, jurídicamente sin derechos. Nuestras instituciones patrimoniales aún guardan con celo instrumentos de tortura que testimonian este hecho.

Grilletes empleados para transportar negros esclavos en las caravanas provenientes de África/Museo…

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Las mentiras de Donald Trump.

February 8, 2021

A documentary on Cuban cancer vaccines to be shown in Canada

September 23, 2020

Por un verano sin riesgos en Playa Florida (+Audio)

July 11, 2020

Radio Florida, noticias y actualidades de Florida, CUBA

Florida, 11 jul.- Deseosos de disfrutar del aire libre, el sol y el agua de mar muchos floridanos se encuentran ya como veraneantes en Playa Florida o van a pasar el día en esa comunidad ubicada en la costa sur del municipio de Florida.

Pero a simple vista se observa que queda mucho por hacer todavía en ese asentamiento, para que la estancia de los visitantes constituya una verdadera celebración por la vida en esta segunda fase de recuperación post COVID-19, tema que aborda el periodista Yunier Soler Castellanos en el siguiente reporte para la programación informativa de Radio Florida.

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Recibe Cuba desde hoy a visitantes extranjeros

July 1, 2020

223967 Cayo Coco, uno de los destinos para el turismo internacional en esta etapa post COVID-19.

Desde hoy Cuba recibe nuevamente al turismo internacional, luego de que las fronteras del país estuvieran cerradas por más de tres meses debido a la crisis sanitaria causada por la COVID-19.

Según dio a conocer el ministro de turismo, Juan Carlos García, la reapertura comenzará por instalaciones hoteleras ubicadas en Cayo Largo, Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo, Cayo Cruz y Cayo Santa María, por tratarse de algunos de los principales polos del turismo de playa en Cuba y por encontrarse en zonas aisladas.

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Presidente cubano: libro de Bolton revela cuán cínica es la política de Estados Unidos

June 25, 2020

Cuba por Siempre

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El Presidente Miguel Díaz-Canel aseguró hoy que el tratamiento del tema Cuba en el libro La habitación donde sucedió, del exasesor de Seguridad Nacional de Estados Unidos John Bolton, revela cuan cínica e inmoral es la política del imperio.

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