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Big promises, few doses: why Russia’s struggling to make Sputnik V doses

Transforming the site of what once was a Soviet-era car factory into a state-of-the-art facility churning out Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V was the easy bit. Making doses in bulk, finding qualified staff and getting equipment have been much bigger headaches for Moscow-based biotech firm R-Pharm and other private Russian…

US organizations ask Biden for a change in policy on Cuba

Washington, May 6 (Prensa Latina) A group of US organizations representing farmers, environmentalists, academics, civil society and climate justice movements called on Washington to change its policy on Cuba, according to a report released here on Thursday. In total, 36 organizations from those sectors sent a letter to US President…

Ideological and Political Diversity is critical for the prosperity of any nation.

Socialist ideology, like so many others, has two main dangers. One stems from confused and incomplete readings of foreign texts, and the other from the arrogance and hidden rage of those who, in order to climb up in the world, pretend to be frantic defenders of the helpless so as…

Ibero American films present at Latino Film Festival in US

Washington, (Prensa Latina) Over 80 international films will be screened today at the 37th Chicago Latino Film Festival, whose virtual program is dedicated to moviegoers living in six States of that nation. The event, which includes online screenings through the chicagolatinofilmfestival.org/films website, includes 45 feature films and 36 short films…

Covid-19 deaths in Africa decrease, but famine is a threat

Nairobi, Apr 13 (Prensa Latina) Africa on Monday reported 262 deaths due to causes related to Covid-19, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported on Tuesday, the same average figure reported over the weekend, an arithmetical coincidence. No one will take the risk of formulating a hypothesis, let…

U.S.-China cooperation vital for faster global recovery

WASHINGTON, April 9 (Xinhua) — Cooperation between the United States and China, the world’s two largest economies, would be vital for a faster global recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Thursday. “What we see today is the U.S. and China being…

With Joe Biden, there is an opportunity to normalize relations with Cuba again

The embargo is hurting not Russia but the Americans and the Cuban people. Plainly articulating this subject; jobs for the united states and prosperity for Cuba. On January 3, 1961, the united states cut off diplomatic relations with the Republic of Cuba. In the climax of the deterioration of relations…

Cold War-Era’s relationship with Cuba, 90 miles south of Key West, is coming to an end, but the exile must be part of the negotiations.

President Trump reverted all changes and placed everything back on ice. Now the Biden administration says it will lift some of Trump’s business restrictions and travel between the U.S. and Cuba and renew diplomatic talks.But President Biden’s initial actions will disappoint advocates longing for the more robust relationship that emerged…

Latin American family farming will access digital solutions

United Nations, Mar 26 (Prensa Latina) More than 10,000 family farmers in Latin America and the Caribbean will have access to markets and financing through digital solutions, according to a United Nations agency. The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) announced the Digital Agriculture project, financed with a donation of…