Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Canal RSS de la Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina The Havana Reporter No.10/ OCT 5, 2021 In this edition, The Havana Reporter features the beginning of the COVID-19 vaccination of Cuban children twoyears old and older, thus turning Cuba into the first country in the world to protect the pediatric population against the disease. The Cuban authorities’ efforts to have the country move on in the middle of the epidemiological situation, economic difficulties and the consequences of the continuing U.S. blockade are also covered by different articles, which include the meetings President Miguel Díaz-Canel held with different sectors of the society and his online speeches at theUN General Assembly sessions. The results of the ECLAC Summit recently held in Mexico, the electionsin Argentina, theJoe Biden government’s ungovernability with regards to Cuba and the gradual normalization of education on the island add to other topics of economic, cultural and sport interest. The Havana Reporter No.9/ SEP 5, 2021 The September edition of The Havana Reporter offers a number of pieces about President Miguel Díaz Canel's meetings with residents of Havana as well as students, artists, women, religious and community leaders, jurists, journalists, scientists and economists, among other representatives. The U.S. campaigns and actions against Cuba, the progress of the vaccination crusade, the COVID-19 behavior in August and other topics of cultural, economic and sport interest are covered by the THR9 edition as well. Also included are the panorama in Haiti, a country devastated by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake shortly after the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse, the fresh outbreak of the pandemic in the United States, with epicenter in Florida, the international solidarity with Cuba in the difficult times of COVID-19 and economic restrictions, as well as the Caribbean country's achievements at the recently closed Olympic Games. The Havana Reporter No.8/ AUG 5, 2021 The August edition of The Havana Reporter publishes the recent U.S.-encouraged aggressions against Cuba, the people’s response to those provocations and the denunciations made by Cuban Foreign Affairs Minister Bruno Rodrìguez in the light of those events. This edition also features theinternational solidarity with the island and signs of support in the United States by the Bridges of Love project, with a walk from Florida up to Washington demanding the end of the blockade imposed for more than 60 years. The progress of the Cuban vaccines, the people’simmunization, the impact of COVID-19 in July and the efforts made in favor of economic development are highlighted as well, together with topics about culture, current world affairs and the beginning of theTokyo Olympic Games, where the Cuban delegation continues to have an outstanding performance. The Havana Reporter No.7/ JUL 5, 2021 In this edition of July 2021, The Havana Reporter (THR) presents information about the voting held at the United Nations General Assembly on the resolution against the U.S. blockade on Cuba and the actions of support all over the world against Washington’s punitive measures, in place for over 60 years.Other topics presented in this THR issue include the success of the Abdala and Soberana 02 vaccine candidates in the fight against COVID-19; the work of the Cuban doctors against the pandemic in South Africa; efforts to boost the national economy; the celebration of the National Rebelliousness Day (July 26), held without public attendance because of the epidemiological conditions in the country; the participation of the Cuban athletes in the Tokyo Olympic Games, as well as others related to culture; the Peruvian elections, and the celebration of the XIX ALBA-TCP Summit held in Caracas. The Havana Reporter No.6/ JUN 5, 2021 In this edition of June 2021, The Havana Reporter celebrates the 62nd anniversary of the Prensa Latina Latin American News Agency; offers details about the international campaign in support of Cuba’s call to end the blockade imposed by the United States for over 60 years, as well as articles on the impact of Washington’s punitive measures on the life of the Cuban people. Other topics include an update on the immunization of the Cuban population with two of its vaccine candidates and the situation of COVID-19 in May; the creation of the National Innovation Council, and the increase of exports and jobs in the country, in addition to other economic, cultural and sport issues. The Havana Reporter No.5/ MAY 5, 2021 In thise dition, TheHavana Reporter provides details about the 8th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba, online May Day celebrations, the new measures implemented in the agricultural sector, the increase in the production of zeolite fertilizers, the COVID-19 behavior in the country and the continuation of the U.S. blockade measures, which werereinforced during the Donald Trump administration.The 50 years of dancer, choreographer and professor Rosario Cárdenas’s professional life, the 56th anniversary of Casa de las Américas cultural institution and the return of Russian tourists to Varadero beach resort are alsofeatured in theMay edition of The HavanaReporter.