US blockade on Cuba
How Cuba is dealing with the devastation of Hurricane Ian

The day before Hurricane Ian hit Cuba, 50,000 people were evacuated and taken to 55 shelters. By October 1, less than five days after landfall, 82% of the residents of Havana had their power restored with work ongoing for the western part of the island

Sanctions won’t stop Latin American leaders from dialoguing with US workers

Leaders from Cuba and Venezuela will speak at an event organized by social justice activists, held parallel to the United Nations General Assembly in New York City

Daily Round-up | Murdered Palestinian journalist’s family rejects Israeli probe & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the probe into the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh, the elevation of Liz Truss as PM, stranded migrants in Europe, and Cuba’s condemnation of the US blockade

“Cuba is our neighbor!” campaign urges Biden to lift sanctions

Prominent figures across the US left have signed an open letter demanding that Biden lift sanctions on Cuba to facilitate humanitarian aid after Matanzas fire