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 The United States and sonic attacks: from microwave to crickets Havana (Prensa Latina) A declassified report of the Department of State ratified a truth that the US government cannot admit: there were no such sonic attacks against its diplomats in Havana.

Cairo, Sep 30 (Prensa Latina) The Suez Canal on Wednesday recorded its highest daily transit rate in its history with 87 ships in both directions, carrying a cargo net weight of 4.8 million tons, an official source reported on Thursday.

Russia demands rules against ICT interference in electionsMoscow, (Prensa Latina) State Duma Chairman Viacheslav Volodin on Wednesday urged to extend all countries and telecommunications companies a ban on interference in the States' elections.

Outlines on Colombia´s panorama for 2022Por Odalys Troya Flores

Bogota, Sep 26 (Prensa Latina) Colombia is currently showing an apparent calm after stress-load national strike days that forced hundreds of thousands of people to take to the streets for over two months.

19 de septiembre de 2021, 0:17 

Por Xin Ping*

Beijing._ Ernesto is a Cuban farmer. Twenty-five years ago, he lost his left leg. Every day, he works in the field with a prosthesismade of aluminium and plastic fibres, rough and rigid. Ernesto wants a specialized prosthesis of good quality so that he can work better. However, due to the U.S. embargo, the rigid prosthesis is all he could get.

18 de septiembre de 2021, 0:5

Por Luis Beatón

Havana, (Prensa Latina) Fraud, squandering and abuse were constant problems.

Tel Aviv, Sep 12 (Prensa Latina) If six Palestinian prisoners managed to escape from an Israeli prison, then the millions of inhabitants in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank can end the occupation, lawmaker Ayman Odeh said on Sunday.

Nairobi, (Prensa Latina) Amid a new wave of Covid-19 contagions, African scientists on Tuesday denounced what they described as vaccine apartheid by developed countries to the detriment of this continent.

Havana, (Prensa Latina) The progress of Covid-19 vaccination, President Miguel Diaz-Canel's meetings with sectors of society and Hurricane Ida made headlines in Cuba during the week that is concluding on Saturday.

US Blockade denies Cuba access to Internet Technologies, ServicesWashington, (Prensa Latina) The United States blockade today went beyond the imposition of economic restrictions, preventing Cuba from using certain Internet technologies and services, said an article in digital media.