Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Canal RSS de la Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Donald Trump in trouble Havana (Prensa Latina) The possibility of former President Donald Trump being sentenced to prison for alleged criminal offenses cropped up on Sunday as a question in the United States, a country where some politicians and wealthy people strongly believe they are beyond the law. James Bond and the Havana Syndrome Por Orlando Oramas LeonHavana, Feb 18 (Prensa Latina) 'Sonic attacks in Havana', it seems to be the title of a fiction film that reality proved to be a stage performance to rarify relations between the United States and Cuba and impose more punishments on the Caribbean island. The CIA was linked to the alleged sonic attacks in Cuba Por Elizabeth Borrego RodriguezHavana, (Prensa Latina) The alleged sonic attacks on diplomats from the United States in Cuba were a pretext with the participation of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to sever relations with the island, retired Division General Fabian Escalante said on Tuesday. US money is the lubricant for campaigns against Cuba Washington, (Prensa Latina) For Cuban-American lawyer Jose Pertierra, settled in this capital, the money coming from the US government is the main 'lubricant' to sustain the subversive campaigns waged against Cuba. Monetary reform, key to updating Cuban economic model Por Cira Rodríguez CésarHavana._ January 1, 1959, marked the triumph of the Cuban Revolution led by Fidel Castro; since then, the island has gone through an endless number of economic, social and political changes, and it was precisely on that date, but in 2021, when the monetary reform began. Cuba: In order to grow By Cira Rodríguez César Havana, (Prensa Latina) It is a complex process that poses several transformations at the same time: elimination of the convertible peso (CUC), a new and unique exchange rate of 24 pesos (CUP) for one dollar, for individuals and the state sector, abolition of the excessive subsidies and undue gratuities, and a change in the distribution of income. Venezuela charges Colombian intelligence with aggression By Wiliam Urquijo Pascual Caracas, (Prensa Latina) Revelations on Friday regarding the so-called Operation Gideon provide new evidence that Colombia's intelligence services were involved in that failed paramilitary aggression against Venezuela. Operation Truth, Fidel Castro's tactic to counter media war Havana (Prensa Latina) The US media war deployed against Cuba began before the triumph of the Revolution on January of 1959 when the story of the death of Rebel leader Fidel Castro in the Sierra Maestra mountains was published. Lebanon ever closer to total collapse Beirut, (Prensa Latina) Lebanon is heading towards an announced total collapse driven by differences between the President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, and the designated prime minister, Saad Hariri, on how to setup a government, according to observers. Chile in quest of definitions Santiago de Chile, (Prensa Latina) Knocking on the door to close the registration of candidacies for the Convention that will draft the new Constitution of Chile, the country began 2021 in the midst of political bustle. Pope Francis salutes those who start 2021 with more difficulties Vatican City, (Prensa Latina) Pope Francis on Sunday conveyed a special salutation to those who start the new year with more difficulties, the sick, the unemployed and those who live in situations of oppression and exploitation. Hard currencies and the monetary overhaul in Cuba Havana (Prensa Latina) As the beginning of the monetary overhaul in Cuba approaches, on January 1, many wonder how the exchange of hard currencies will take place and what the situation of bank accounts in freely convertible currencies (MLC, in Spanish) will be, among other questions. The White Helmets fraud in Syria Damascus (Prensa Latina) The most recent denunciation from Syria confirms the support of Western powers to the alleged humanitarian organization of the White Helmets which is also a fraud of crude media manipulation. Cuba defends its economy prioritizing the welfare of its people Havana,  (Prensa Latina) Incomprehension caused by the hostile campaigns of foreign enemies and some natives, force Cuba to defend itself against false rumors that its economy is becoming dollarized and all its domestic trade will be in freely convertible currency (MLC). Asia-Pacific seals the world's largest FTA Hanoi, (Prensa Latina) The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP), the largest free trade agreement on the planet, was signed on Sunday in Vietnam by 15 countries of Asia-Pacific. The long road to economic recovery Washington, Nov 14 (Prensa Latina) The announcement of the effectiveness of one of the vaccines being developed against Covid-19 stimulated markets this week, although experts predict a slow, unstable and irregular economic recovery. The Origin of a Dream Por By Marlen BorgesHavana._ A history of achievements summarizes the effort of thousands of experts who have placed Cuba on the map of world sciences with passion, will and constancy, due to their results and the high quality of their research. Covid-19 catches up with Trump in Rust Belt states Washington, (Prensa Latina) The US President Donald Trump may lose in this election some territories so-called industrial belts that largely made possible his assumption of the power in 2016, experts have highlighted. Evo Morales, Jallalla Bolivia Buenos Aires, Oct 19 (Prensa Latina) It was a long tense day, but former President Evo Morales was always confident that truth would win and the virtual victory of the MAS (Movement toward Socialism) was the confirmation, bringing hope for a new Bolivia. Trump against Cuba Havana._ The President of the United States, Donald Trump, again followed the script of a policy against Cuba overwhelmingly considered as failed, when he announced new measures aimed at further tightening the blockade.