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Por Rosmerys Bernal Piña

Havana, May 15 (Prensa Latina) While several countries are making progress in the immunization against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, scientists, business executives, health authorities and world leaders are debating whether or not to temporarily eliminate the patents on anti-Covid-19 vaccines.

Por Osvaldo Cardosa

Brasilia, (Prensa Latina) Convinced that unity leads to victory, former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva began a five-day visit to Brasilia on May 3 to re-establish ties with different political tendencies in the run-up to the 2022 elections in Brazil.

Havana, (Prensa Latina) The staying in power of over 240 coercive measures imposed by Donald Trump on Cuba make it seem that the Joe Biden administration is hard-pressed for its own policy towards the Caribbean nation.

8 de mayo de 2021, 0:20

Por Néstor Marín

London, (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.

Por Wilfredo Alayón

Matanzas, (Prensa Latina) The city of Matanzas, also known as the Athens of Cuba since the 19th century, will celebrate its 328th anniversary on October 12, 2021. The city was founded by about 30 families from the Canary Islands, Spain, who were specially sent by the crown to settle in the area.

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.

Por Cira Rodríguez César

Havana, (Prensa Latina) Cuba recently approved 63 measures to increase food production in an effort to meet the needs of the population. Thirty of those measures are top priority and some have been already been applied.

20 de abril de 2021, 0:37

Por Roberto García Hernández

Havana, (Prensa Latina) The Peter Pan Operation, one of the US cruelest actions that violated human rights against Cuba, deceived parents to send their children to the United States by alleging they would lose their parental rights. Over 14,000 boys and girls ended up alone in Florida.

New government, same crisis in HaitiPort-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 GoalsVatican 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.

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.