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The Havana Reporter

The Havana Reporter No.7/ 4 Julio, 2020

 

The 7th edition of 2020 The Havana Reporter features articles on Cuba’s

 

Rebelliousness Day on July 26, the tribute paid to late Cuban artista Rosita Fornés, the return of the first medical brigade of the more than 30 that are rendering services all over the world and on the tense relations between the United States and Cuba, which have worsened due to increasing U.S. action sagainst Havana.

 

 

 

The measures taken by the Cuban government to boost national economy and the great response of its humanist and social justice model against the unexpected contingency caused by COVID-19 are also headlined in the July issue, together with new treatments against thepandemic and culture, sport and tourism topics.

 


The Havana Reporter No.7/ 4 Julio, 2020

 

The 7th edition of 2020 The Havana Reporter features articles on Cuba’s

 

Rebelliousness Day on July 26, the tribute paid to late Cuban artista Rosita Fornés, the return of the first medical brigade of the more than 30 that are rendering services all over the world and on the tense relations between the United States and Cuba, which have worsened due to increasing U.S. action sagainst Havana.

 

 

 

The measures taken by the Cuban government to boost national economy and the great response of its humanist and social justice model against the unexpected contingency caused by COVID-19 are also headlined in the July issue, together with new treatments against thepandemic and culture, sport and tourism topics.

 


The Havana Reporter No.6/ 8 junio, 2020

 

 

The 6th edition of The Havana Reporter monthly newspaper offers its readers articles about the attack against the Cuban embassy in Washington and the inclusion of Cuba on the list of countries that do not fully cooperate with the counter-terror fight, another hostile move by the Donald Trump government aimed at discrediting the island and tightening its illegal blockade.

 This issue also features an insight into the situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the continuing fight waged against the disease by Cuba’s health staff and scientists.

 The beauties of Cayo Saetía and the work of Cuban artists these days are covered by this edition as well.

 


The Havana Reporter No.5/ 8 Mayo, 2020The fifth edition of the monthly newspaper The Havana Reporter provides its readers with updated information on the fight, in Cuba and the world, against the pandemic of Covid-19, a disease caused by the Sars-Cov-2 coronavirus. It also contains an analysis on the first anniversary of the activation by U.S. President Donald Trump of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act and how that measure, in addition to corroborating the irrational and extraterritorial nature of the legislation, causes a negative impact not only in Cuba but also on US companies. The Havana Reporter edition of May also contains other articles on culture, sports, tourism and the international economy, all marked by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.


The Havana Reporter No.4/ Apr 15, 2020The strenuous struggle of Cuba, within the country and in solidarity actions abroad, in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, amid the severe economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States against the Caribbean island, the impact of this disease caused by SARS-Cov2 in the international economy, particularly in tourism, are some of the main informations provided by the April issue of The Havana Reporter.

Also highlighted is the 59th anniversary of the battle of Playa Girón, the first defeat of imperialism in Latin America, the situation in Bolivia and Chile, in addition to various topics on the cultural and sports field that will be liked by our readers at a time when all of us fight the Covid-19 from isolation in our homes, in telecommuting in homes or in our workplaces.


The Havana Reporter No.3/ Mar 4, 2020The 60th anniversary of the brutal sabotage of the French Ship La Coubre on March 4, 1960, the demands made by Cuban residents in the United States against the limitations imposed by President Donald Trump on their right to freely travel to their country of origin, as well asan analysis of the importance of an event that will take place in New York on March 21 and 22 on Cuba-United States relations are some of the articles published by The Havana Reporter on the March 2020version.

This edition also includes, among other topics, the Baseball Pre-Olympic Tournament that will take place in Arizona, United States, from March 22 to 26; the results of Cuba at the World Weightlifting Championships, as well as an analysis of the International Book Fair of Havana held in February in the Cuban capital.

 


The Havana Reporter No.2/ Feb 4, 2020The second 2020 issue of the Havana Reporter monthly published by Prensa Latina contains several articles of great interest to our readers, including one on the consolidation of changes in the administrative and government system in Cuba; an overview of the process of digitalization of Cuban society, an exclusive interview offered by the first dancer and General Director of the National Ballet of Cuba, Viengsay Valdés, as well as an overview of the electoral process in the United States.

We also address in this edition the failure of some of the lawsuits filed in the United States under Title III of the Helms Burton Act; as well as the situation in Bolivia after the November 2019 coup against President Evo Morales.

We also offer a look at the tobacco industry in Cuba, its perspectives and challenges for tobacco production, as a top quality product in the international market; in addition to an article on the Caribbean Baseball Series in Puerto Rico and another about the 59th National Baseball Series of Cuba.

 


The Havana Reporter No.2/ Feb 4, 2020The second 2020 issue of the Havana Reporter monthly published by Prensa Latina contains several articles of great interest to our readers, including one on the consolidation of changes in the administrative and government system in Cuba; an overview of the process of digitalization of Cuban society, an exclusive interview offered by the first dancer and General Director of the National Ballet of Cuba, Viengsay Valdés, as well as an overview of the electoral process in the United States.

We also address in this edition the failure of some of the lawsuits filed in the United States under Title III of the Helms Burton Act; as well as the situation in Bolivia after the November 2019 coup against President Evo Morales.

We also offer a look at the tobacco industry in Cuba, its perspectives and challenges for tobacco production, as a top quality product in the international market; in addition to an article on the Caribbean Baseball Series in Puerto Rico and another about the 59th National Baseball Series of Cuba.