Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Canal RSS de la Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina G7 entangled in promises and threats 8 de mayo de 2021, 0:20 Por Néstor MarínLondon, May 8 (Prensa Latina) The first face-to-face meeting of the Group of Seven (G7) in two years concluded in London with the promise to financially support the World Health Organization's mechanism for a more equitable access to antiCovid-19 vaccines and the usual threats to China, Russia and other countries outside its aegis. US blockade against Cuba negatively impacts on its people's health Havana, May 5 (Prensa Latina) The US economic blockade against Cuba has had a negative impact on the health of the Cuban people for almost six decades, an impact that increased with the Covid-19 pandemic, health authorities denounced here on Wednesday. Raul Castro leaves office with a noteworthy legacy Mexico, (Prensa Latina) Army General Raul Castro left the post of First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) leaving a noteworthy legacy in national and universal history, assures on Monday Mexican journalist Teodoro Renteria. New government, same crisis in Haiti Port-au-Prince, (Prensa Latina) Haiti has a new acting prime minister, the sixth one appointed since Jovenel Moïse's inauguration in February, 2017, and the fourth without being ratified by the National Assembly, all this amid the escalation of the political crisis and insecurity in the country. Pope Francis Alert on Post-pandemic Recovery Goals Vatican City (Prensa Latina) Pope Francis has warned that the post-pandemic recovery cannot be achieved with returning to an unjust and unsustainable economic and social model with half of the world's wealth controlled by a small minority. Countdown for Ecuador's runoff Quito (Prensa Latina) Ecuador is living the final days of the electoral campaign for the run-off of the presidential elections, on April 11, which will be disputed by Andrés Arauz and Carlos Rabascall, for the progressive coalition Union for Hope (UNES), and Guillermo Lasso-Alfredo Borrero, for the center-right alliance CREO-Social Christian Party. Organized crime keeps Mexico under tension 3 de abril de 2021, 0:32  Por Luis Manuel ArceMexico City, (Prensa Latina) In just four months, 64 people have reportedly been killed due to organized crime violence, and 230 attacks on candidates, activists or journalists have taken place since the beginning of the campaign for the June 6th midterm elections. Nuevas Ideas Party has all the power to rule El Salvador 30 de marzo de 2021, 0:17  Por Charly MoralesSan Salvador, (Prensa Latina) With the firm declaration of the electoral results of last February 28, the die is cast for El Salvador for the next three years: the Nuevas Ideas (New Ideas) Party has all the power to rule the country without much opposition. US, its laws against Cuba and UN rejection Havana, (Prensa Latina) Although the Human Rights Council has adopted a resolution on the negative impact of unilateral sanctions, the United States currently continues with the implementation of coercive measures and legislations that make up the blockade to Cuba. Latin America plagued by unemployment, poverty and inequality Havana, (Prensa Latina) The negative effects of the Covid-19 pandemic in Latin America and the Caribbean are evidencing and deepening the large structural gaps in a region plagued by unemployment, poverty and inequalities. Cuba and a unique story on terrorism 18 de marzo de 2021, 12:17Por Karina Marrón GonzálezHavana, (Prensa Latina) On March 19, 1998, Prensa Latina reported an unusual event from Geneva: Cuba, the country that the United States had been describing since 1982 as a sponsor of terrorism, was acknowledged as a victim of this type of actions. New US Government and old blockade against Cuba Por Orlando Oramas Leon(Prensa Latina) President Joe Biden is taking his first steps in office, while Cuba is still under the harmful effects of a long-standing blockade. Damascus and Moscow: Washington suffocates Syrian people Damascus, (Prensa Latina) The United States continues its efforts to suffocate Syria economically and hinder the stabilization of the country, the Syrian-Russian intergovernmental bodies for the return of refugees announced on Friday. Cuba demands in Geneva end to politicization of human rights Geneva, Mar 12 (Prensa Latina) Cuba's permanent representative at the United Nations-Geneva, Juan Antonio Quintanilla, demanded an end to the use of human rights as a political weapon, and advocated for dialogue and cooperation. Neither solidarity nor freedom for Cuba promotes Helms-Burton Act Havana, Mar 11 (Prensa Latina) Although its name is the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act, neither one nor the other promote the US law known as the Helms-Burton Act, which turns 25 on March 12. 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. Peace Adrift in Colombia Por Odalys Troya FloresBogota, Mar 8 (Prensa Latina) The Colombian Peace Agreement seems to be adrift due to its weak implementation, forced displacements, increasing assassinations of social leaders and former FARC-EP members, the surge of armed groups, and the killing of youth. 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.