US sanctions against Cuba
El “sancionador en jefe” Bob Menendez, acusado de corrupción

Piden a Bob Menendez, que encabeza el brutal régimen de sanciones de Estados Unidos contra varias naciones soberanas, que renuncie después de que se presentaran cargos de corrupción contra él

“Sanctioner-in-Chief” Bob Menendez indicted on corruption charges

Bob Menendez, who spearheads the brutal US sanctions regime against several sovereign nations, was asked to resign after corruption charges were filed against him

People’s movements across the world say: Cuba is not a state sponsor of terror!

Movement organizations collect signatures for the “Let Cuba Live” campaign to demand that Cuba be removed from the US state sponsors of terrorism list

Activists demand US Representative Jim McGovern take action against sanctions

Solidarity activists continue to press US representatives to demand the end of deadly sanctions against Venezuela and Cuba.

Mexican president AMLO to lead international campaign against US blockade of Cuba

During Cuban President Díaz-Canel’s official visit to Mexico, President AMLO announced an international campaign against the US blockade

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

Speaking of the Real Cuba: statement by Casa de las Américas

Casa de las Américas, an iconic Cuban cultural institution, writes about the forces which are using the recent hurricane as a pretext to attack the country’s revolutionary process

Cuba leads heroic recovery effort

Containment operations have been ongoing in Matanzas with the critical on the ground assistance and aid provided by Mexico and Venezuela.

Cuba solidarity activists declare “sanctions fuel the fire!”

Biden has been silent on the issue of lifting US sanctions that make Cuba solidarity work nearly impossible, and sending humanitarian aid to help fight the Matanzas blaze

US sanctions are blocking life-saving relief to Cuba

A fire in a Cuban oil storage facility has killed, injured, and displaced Cubans and exacerbated the country’s energy crisis. Crucial aid efforts have been impeded by US sanctions

International solidarity pours in as Cuba copes with major fire at oil facility

Three oil storage tanks at the Matanzas Supertanker Base have collapsed after a fire broke out at the site on August 5. Thousands have been evacuated as emergency efforts continue with critical on-ground help from Mexico and Venezuela.

Summit of the Americas Latin American and Caribbean leaders condemn the US at Summit of the Americas

Leaders of at least 10 Latin American and Caribbean countries condemned the US government’s decision to exclude Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela from the Ninth Summit of the Americas