Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Canal RSS de la Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina The Economy, a Victim of the Sociopolitical Crisis in Nicaragua By Francisco G. NavarroManagua, Apr 18 (Prensa Latina) The sociopolitical crisis that started a year ago today in Nicaragua has the economy among its main victims, although several approaches try to hide that reality. US Sanctions Affect Venezuelans' Security and Wellbeing By Wiliam Urquijo PascualCaracas, Apr 18 (Prensa Latina) The economic sanctions implemented by the United States affect the security and wellbeing of the Venezuelan people, the Government charged in response to the new unilateral measures announced in Washington on Wednesday. US Organizations Criticize New Measures against Cuba Washington,  (Prensa Latina) US organizations favorable to the rapprochement with Cuba today criticized the new measures announced by the administration of Donad Trump against the Caribbean country and warned of its negative consequences for the people of the island. Canada Consideres US Hostility against Cuba Dangerous Ottawa, April 17 (Prensa Latina) Two Canadian experts have warned over the serious consequences the coming into force of a questioned US measure might have for Canadian companies with investments in Cuba. Mexico Ratifies Its Unchanging Position Regarding Venezuela Mexico,  (Prensa Latina) Mexico's position on the situation in Venezuela remains unchanged, said Undersecretary of Finance Arturo Herrera in Washington, according to a report published on Sunday by La Jornada in its digital version. Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Describes Visit to Mexico as Excellent By Luis Manuel Arce IsaacMexico, Apr 13 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra Diaz on Saturday described his official visit to Mexico, which he started last Wednesday until today, as excellent. Cuban Lawmakers Pay Tribute to Outstanding Revolutionary Havana, Apr 13 (Prensa Latina) Cuban lawmakers paid tribute on Saturday to the outstanding revolutionary Jose Ramon Fernandez, who passed away on January 6, 2019. Díaz-Canel Calls to Redouble Efforts in Housing Plan (+Photos) FotosPL/Vladimir MolinaHavana, Apr 11 (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel called today in this capital to redouble efforts in the housing construction program, under the premises of order, legality and transparency. Human trafficking is a crime against humanity, Pope Francis Says Vatican City, Apr 11 (Prensa Latina) Pope Francis expressed on Thursday that human trafficking is a crime against humanity, which constitutes an unjustifiable violation of the freedom and dignity of the victims. Cuba Denounces US Attack on Agreement with MLB Havana,  (Prensa Latina) The Cuban Baseball Federation (FCB) on Monday denounced US President Donald Trump''s decision to annul the agreement with the Major Leagues of Baseball (MLB), which was aimed at eradicating human trafficking and normalizing the contracts of Cuban baseball players in the Major Leagues. Behind Trump's 'Style' is a Real Threat, Cuban Academic Santiago de Cuba,  (Prensa Latina) Behind the aggressive ''style'' of U.S. President Donald Trump, there is now a real threat of onslaught against Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua and Bolivia, said Cuban scholar Hebert Perez Concepcion, recently awarded the National History Prize. UN Calls to Reform World Financial Architecture   United Nations,  (Prensa Latina) The United Nations Undersecretary General Amina Mohammed on Friday called to reform the world financial architecture; otherwise, the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development may not be achieved. EU Leftwing Deputies Ask to Strengthen Relations with China Brussels, April 5 (Prensa Latina) The group Leftwing Unitarian-Northerly Green Group - left (GUE/NGL) of the European Parliament urged the community block Friday to change its attitude on China and favor the cooperation with this nation. Infighting, Defections, Pre-electoral Mutations in Uruguay Opposition Montevideo, Apr 4 (Prensa Latina) Infighting in Uruguay''s National Party (PN) to win the presidential nomination modifies today the electorate''s preferences while other opposition groups are swarm with defections and mutations in the electoral process. Cessation of immunity Leads Guaido to Trial Caracas,  (Prensa Latina) Venezuela's National Constituent Assembly (ANC) approved the decree to raid the parliamentary immunity of Juan Guaido, which currently paves the way to the prosecution of the opposition legislator. Spain rejects escalation of US blockade against Cuba Madrid,  (Prensa Latina) Several media outlets today highlighted the rejection expressed by Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, to the strengthening of the US economic blockade on Cuba during a visit to Washington. People's Discontent Increases in Chile By Rafael Calcines ArmasSantiago, Chile,  (Prensa Latina) Although March marks summer''s end in Chile and the beginning of autumn refreshes the environment, the thermometer that measures people''s discontent showed high temperatures that may remain in April. Normal Relations with Cuba is in US Interest; Congressman Says Havana, Mar 30 (Prensa Latina) US Congressman James McGovern (Democrat for Massachusetts) said in Havana that a scenario of normal relations with Cuba is part of his country's interests. US Domestic Disputes Trigger Hostility to Cuba Havana ( Prensa Latina ) The United States tightens its blockade on Cuba, using it as a spearhead against the island, a hostile policy that generates rejection among Cubans. Russia warns Curacao's used in plans against Venezuela Moscow, March 28 (Prensa Latina) Russia warned on Thursday about the United States'' intention to use the island of Curacao in order to implement plans against Venezuela under the pretext of humanitarian aid.