US sanctions on Cuba
Sanctions fuel the fire at Cuba’s Matanzas oil storage

The US blockade of Cuba fuels the fire that rages on in the country, despite denials by authorities in the United States.

The Cuban people will not be defeated

Yuri A. Gala López addressed solidarity activists on the anniversary of the storming of the Moncada Barracks on July 26, 1953, commemorated as the beginning of the Cuban revolution

Cuba describes easing of US sanctions as “a limited step in the right direction”

US President Joe Biden has finally announced the easing of some of the 243 sanctions imposed on Cuba by former President Trump

Cuba defeats US destabilization attempts

The anti-governments protests fell flat as they were overshadowed by massive demonstrations organized by groups in solidarity with the government.

18 countries suffering under unilateralism unite in defense of UN Charter

The 18 countries, many of whom face unilateral sanctions by the US or EU members, have called for respecting the principles of the UN charter such as multilateralism, peace, and respect of national sovereignty

US begins mass deportations of thousands of Haitian migrants in Texas and other stories

Today we look at the deportation of thousands of Haitian migrants in the US, protests in Gaza as Israeli forces recapture all Gilboa escapees, and more

Leftists solidarity with Cuba-North Macedonia North Macedonian Left party slams govt. for endorsing US aggression against Cuba

Foreign ministers of 20 nations including North Macedonia have endorsed a document by the US secretary of state towards supporting the ongoing US efforts to destabilize the communist regime in Cuba

Cuba’s National Rebellion Day celebrated with acts of solidarity and in defense of the revolution

On the day, Cubans paid tribute to the heroes of the rebellion that marked the beginning of the Cuban revolution. Meanwhile, as a part of the global “Let Cuba Live” campaign, organizations mobilized in solidarity with the Cuba and to demand an immediate end to the US blockade

Cuba’s journey of developing vaccines while battling US blockade

Two new vaccines, both developed in Cuba, have shown remarkable efficacy in clinical trials. It is crucial to remember that Cuba developed these vaccines even as it continues to suffer under the crippling blockade imposed by the US.

Israel and Saudi coalition absent from UN CAAC Report’s ‘list of shame’ and other stories

Today we look at the UN’s annual report on Children and Armed Conflict, the final trials of Cuba’s Abdala and Soberana 02 vaccines, and more

Cuba’s Abdala and Soberana 02 vaccines near the finish line

The Abdala vaccine showed 92.28% efficacy with three doses during the third phase of clinical trials and the Soberana 02 vaccine showed 62% efficacy with just two of its three doses

At World Health Assembly, urgent need to lift sanctions comes to the fore

During the 74th session of World Health Assembly, several countries emphasized the need to end unilateral coercive measures which end up serving as a collective punishment by restricting access to basic necessities