Havana, Jul 29 - A donation of 12 thousand tons of rice made Vietnam today to Cuba, as help in facing the food difficulties derived from the economic, commercial and financial blockade applied by the United States and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mexico, Jul 27 - The multipurpose ship Arm Libertador Bal-02 set sail the day before from the port of Veracruz with aid to Cuba, the second to leave from this state and this Wednesday a third will set sail, the Arm Papaloapan A-41 amphibious warfare ship.
Panama, Jul 27.- The local press today silenced that a group of people besieged the Cuban Embassy in Panama shouting offenses against the Cuban Revolution, and they were neutralized by Panamanians in solidarity with the island's cause.
Washington, Jul 26.- YES to Cuba and NO to the blockade! This was the unanimous claim this Sunday of those who with one voice in front of the White House demanded the President of the United States, Joseph Biden, the end of this unilateral siege against the island.
Mexico, July 24.- The Mexican newspaper La Jornada reproduced this Friday the letter of 400 intellectuals of the world to the US president, Joseph Biden, published in The New York Times to lift the blockade on Cuba.
Washington, Jul 23.- A poster against the blockade of Cuba lit up the night in a building located at the emblematic intersection of Union Square in New York, United States.
Moscow, July 22.- The Russian Society of Friendship with Cuba today expressed its rejection of the attempts of US interference in the internal affairs of the Island and denounced the impact of the Washington blockade on the nation.
United Nations, Jul 21.- The UN General Assembly will hold a plenary meeting today on the occasion of the International Day of Nelson Mandela, a South African leader who made history in his anti-apartheid struggle.
Washington, July 20.- The US government today maintains its policy of double standards towards Cuba, by urging other nations to take sides against the island, while ignoring the call of the international community to eliminate the blockade.
Washington, Jul 19 - At least 56 people were shot in Chicago over the weekend, leaving 11 dead, The Hill newspaper reported today, marking an increase in violence in the country.