Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Canal RSS de la Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina USA depends on NATO support against Venezuela Paris,  (Prensa Latina) The Colombian analyst residing in France Hernando Calvo Ospina considered it highly unlikely that the United States will conduct any military action against Venezuela without the support of NATO. Cuba modifies Olympic schedule due to new coronavirus Por Fausto TrianaHavana, (Prensa Latina) Reality overcomes fiction and in light of the pandemic of the new coronavirus, Cuba has decided to modify its Olympic schedule immediately and be optimistic about the future of sports. Jamaica's Prime Minister appreciates Cuba's support against Covid-19 23 de marzo de 2020, 9:27 Kingston, (Prensa Latina) Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness representing his people, thanked the arrival in his country of a Cuban medical brigade to aid combat the Covid-19 pandemic. Cuban scientists work on design of new vaccine against Covid-19 Por Yosbel BullaínHavana, Mar 19 (Prensa Latina) Cuba's Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Center (CIGB) has the design of a vaccine that could be administered against the new Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes Covid-19. Cuba: between the stranded tanker and the cruise ship of solidarity By Orlando Oramas LeonHavana, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) The news went viral: Cuba authorized the docking of the British cruise ship MS Braemar with five confirmed cases of Covid-19 and dozens of people isolated due to symptoms associated with this pandemic disease. Helms-Burton Law, internationalization weapon to blockade Cuba Por By Elizabeth Borrego RodriguezHavana, (Prensa Latina) The Helms-Burton Act, the main tool for the internationalization of the blockade against Cuba, arrived today 24 years after it was signed by the then President of the United States, William Clinton. Ban on charter flights to Cuba damages Cuban families Havana, Mar 10 (Prensa Latina) The US ban on charter flights to Cuba, except for Havana, as of Tuesday, has severely damaged Cuban families and their relations, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said. The pressure against the ceasefire in Idlib, Syria Por By Pedro Garcia HernandezDamascus, March 7 (Prensa Latina) The agreement reached the day before between the presidents of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and Turkey, Recep Tayyib Erdogan, began to be implemented this Saturday with joint military patrols of those two countries on the M-4 highway between Idlib and Aleppo. Plenty of students stage protests in Santiago de Chile Santiago de Chile, Mar 6 (Prensa Latina) Hundreds of high school students from Chile staged this Friday plenty of protests in this capital for the third consecutive day, in rejection of the government and for improvements in public education. Putin highlights reduction of Russian dependence on oil revenues Moscow, Mar 4 (Prensa Latina) Russia's economy is gradually leaving the dependence on oil industry revenues, but neither can everything change by magic, President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday. Media denounce U.S. double standard in Covid-19 coronavirus case Washington, (Prensa Latina) The United States is practicing a double standard in dealing with the Covid-19 coronavirus epidemic, according to media reports. Ramonet warns about the failure of neoliberal policies FotosPL: Manuel MuñoaHavana,  (Prensa Latina) There is a widespread feeling that the inequalities of neoliberal globalization can no longer be accepted, said Spanish-French journalist Ignacio Ramonet on Thursday at the 12th International Congress University 2020. Cuba ratifies bet on foreign investment for development Por Ivette Fernandez SosaHavana, Jan 29 (Prensa Latina) Despite the suffocating effects of the tightening of the US blockade against Cuba, authorities are negotiating more than 1.2 billion dollars in foreign investment, a reliable source confirmed. Djibouti's summit considered cooperation to be of vital importance Djibouti, Jan 28 (Prensa Latina) Regional organizations here this Tuesday considered international cooperation to be of vital importance, on the second date of the Third International Summit on Balanced and Inclusive Education, which ends tomorrow, Wednesday. Sanders is showing a significant lead in the face of caucus in Iowa Washington, Jan 25 (Prensa Latina) Senator and potential Democratic candidate for the US presidency, Bernie Sanders, is showing today an important lead in Iowa according to a new poll released almost a week before the caucus of that state. Australia experiences the biggest fires of the history Sydney, Australia, Jan 24 (Prensa Latina) The forest fires in southeast Australia have so far affected more land than those in California, USA, in 2018, according to digital media. Punishing travel, a constant goal in Trump's policy against Cuba By Martha Andrés Román Washington, (Prensa Latina) US president Donald Trump and his administration continue their attacks against travel to Cuba, by pushing restrictions on charter flights that will make it even more difficult to visit provinces outside of Havana. French strike against pension reform continues Paris,  (Prensa Latina) The French strike against the government's intended pension reform this Saturday entered its 31st day, with some improvements to train services but without a solution to the crisis. Cuba-US relations 'at a very low point' as 2020 commences Por Ernesto VeraHavana, Jan 3 (Prensa Latina) Relations between Cuba and the United States are 'at a very low point' as 2020 commences, according to the Foreign Ministry, due to the deterioration caused by the tightening of Washington's hostile policy towards the island. ASEAN, UN, Vietnamese New Year's big resolutions Hanoi, Jan 1 (Prensa Latina) Vietnam officially assumed this Wednesday the presidency of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and a non-permanent position in the UN Security Council for the biennium 2020-2021.