United Nations, Aug 8 - The unilateral economic sanctions imposed on countries such as Cuba and Venezuela today cause greater suffering and limitations during the Covid-19 pandemic, warned independent UN rapporteurs.
Baku, Aug 8.- The Cuban ambassador to Azerbaijan, Alfredo Nieves, spoke with the general management of the capital's Hospital Number one, in an appointment in which the work of the island's medical brigade was highlighted here, diplomatic sources indicated today.
Caracas, Aug 7 - Venezuela's Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza condemned on Thursday the US punitive actions against Zimbabwe.
Beirut, Aug 6.- Economist Jad Chaaban compared the losses caused by the two explosions on Tuesday in the capital's port with those caused by the 2006 war between Lebanon and Israel.
Washington, Aug 5 - The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) warned that Covid-19 is having a devastating effect on health care in the region, in reference to the appearance of measles outbreaks in Brazil and diphtheria in Haiti and Venezuela.
Santiago de Chile, Aug 5 - Cuban doctors´ humanisn was highlighted today by Congresswoman Karol Cariola, when she joined the global campaign for the Nobel Peace Prize for the Henry Reeve medical brigade.
Paris, Aug 4.- The association Cuba Coopération France (CubaCoop) called today to strengthen solidarity with the island from initiatives to support its economic development and the campaign for the delivery of the Nobel Peace Prize to its internationalist doctors.
Caracas, Aug 3.- Venezuela remembered today the 214th anniversary of the raising of the national flag for the first time in that nation, a fact starring General Francisco de Miranda with his liberating expedition.
London, Aug 1st.- Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone denounced today the United States' onslaught against Cuban medical aid to other countries affected by Covid-19, and assured that the island deserves admiration, not sanctions.
Bueno Aires, Jul 31.- Former Bolivian President Evo Morales, denounced here today the double standard policy of the de facto government of that country that criticizes social claims and turns a blind eye to corruption.