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The Havana Reporter

The Havana Reporter No.11/ NOV 10, 2020

The November edition of The Havana Reporter includes different issues on Cuba’s socio-economic strategy; the fight against COVID-19, and the progress made on vaccine candidates' clinical trials. Economic issues linked to the industry and nickel production; the 90th anniversary of Omara Portuondo – the diva of the Buenavista Social Club – and other sport and cultural topics, are also included in THR11. In relation to the international scenario, we publish an article on Luis Arce’s victory in Bolivia; the decision of the Chilean people to change the Constitution established during the Augusto Pinochet dictatorship, and the U.S. elections, in which Democrat candidate Joe Biden is considered the winner.

 


The Havana Reporter No.11/ NOV 10, 2020

The November edition of The Havana Reporter includes different issues on Cuba’s socio-economic strategy; the fight against COVID-19, and the progress made on vaccine candidates' clinical trials. Economic issues linked to the industry and nickel production; the 90th anniversary of Omara Portuondo – the diva of the Buenavista Social Club – and other sport and cultural topics, are also included in THR11. In relation to the international scenario, we publish an article on Luis Arce’s victory in Bolivia; the decision of the Chilean people to change the Constitution established during the Augusto Pinochet dictatorship, and the U.S. elections, in which Democrat candidate Joe Biden is considered the winner.

 


The Havana Reporter No.10/ OCT 5, 2020

The October edition of The Havana Reporter includes details on the virtual speech given by Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel at the United Nations, as well as the measures adopted by Washington to tighten up the blockade against the island, and the constant threat of COVID-19 in the world. Economic issues such as the progress made in monetary unification and the measures related to employment and salary in Cuba, are also included in THR 10. Other topics deal with the forthcoming elections in the United States; progress on the clinical trial of the vaccine candidate Soberana 01; world request in favor of the granting of the Nobel Prize to the Cuban medical brigades that render their services in numerous countries of the world to fight the pandemic, and cultural and sport issues.

 


The Havana Reporter No.9/ Sep 2, 2020

Progress made in the first stage of clinical trials of the Cuban vaccine candidate "Soberana 01" (Sovereign 01), developed by the Cuban Finlay Institute to fight Covid-19, stands out in this 9th edition of The Havana Reporter, alongside other stories on the pandemic in the U.S.A. and Latin America. There are also stories on efforts Cuba is
making to sustain its economy amidst the global economic crisis and an intensified U.S. blockade, as well as news items on culture, sports and other relevant issues.

 


The Havana Reporter No.8/ 5 Agosto, 2020

 

The Havana Reporter No. 8 issue of 2020 offers articles about the new measures adopted by the Cuban government to boost the national economy, as well as details about projects in the rice and coffee sectors and the 60th anniversary of U.S. aggressions against the island and the revolutionary government’s decision to confiscate major U.S. companies operating in the country at that time.
This edition includes a special article about the life and work of Havana's Historian  Eusebio Leal,  who died on July 31, together with tributes paid to honor him.
The Havana Reporter also highlights Cuba’s achievements in fighting COVID-19,the international recognition of the Cuban medical brigades rendering their services in many parts of the world, together with other topics of interest about the international panorama, culture and sports.


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.