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FBI finds no evidence of “sonic attacks” in Cuba

Following months of investigations and four visits to the island the FBI has uncovered no evidence of the alleged “sonic attacks” against U.S. diplomatic personnel in Cuba

ALBA denounces regional intervention

On Monday March 5, member states of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People’s Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP)

ECLAC: Blockade impedes economic growth in Cuba

Despite the easing of restrictions in some areas, “The truth is that the blockade continues to increase costs,” according to the organization’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena.

New round of talks between Cuba and EU

According to a press release by the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Relations (Minrex) November 27, representatives from the EU and Cuba will meet in Brussels, December 1-2

The blockade is a senseless policy, according to former U.S. presidential advisor

“Cuba is not a threat to the national security of the United States, so none of this; the sanctions, the blockade, the embargo, make any sense,” stated Malley in response to a question by Prensa Latina, during a meeting with members of the Foreign Press Association in France

Sao Paulo Forum has impacted Latin America’s history

During discussion at the important regional event, Cuban leader José Ramón Balaguer affirmed that, if the Sao Paulo Forum had not been created, Latin America’s fate would have been different.

Almost 10 million learn to read and write with Yo sí puedo

Cuba is helping people around the world to learn to read and write through the Yo sí puedo (Yes, I can) literacy method, with 9.8 million having benefited to date, reported Ena Elsa Velázquez, Cuban minister of Education at UNESCO