GRANMA reports on mass violations of Covid-19 mandated sanitary restrictions in France, and the resulting arrests of some of those responsible.
GRANMA looks at the most dangerous professions in the world in 2020: Journalism and health-care workers. Unsurprisingly, none of them are Cuban.
CUBADEBATE reports on state-mandated food prices announced by the Havana city government in January 2020.
RADIO MIAMI TV: Dr. Salvador Capote, a Cuban-American living in the US, answers the all-too-familiar question, "If you like Cuba so much, why don't you go and live there?"
JUVENTUD REBELDE: Graziella Pogolotti reminds readers of the impact of the Cuban revolution on the political culture of the United States, starting from the earliest times after its triumph.
JUVENTUD REBELDE looks at Trump's impact on the US and its politics, and what awaits Biden as he enters the US presidency.
GRANMA: Abel Prieto, head of Casa de las Americas looks at Fidel Castro's role as leader of victories over the Impossible. This article fills the front page of today's GRANMA print editon.
GRANMA reports on the paid foreign websites targeting Cuba in attempts to influence local and foreign perceptions of the island.
GRANMA looks at price-gouging in the city of Cienfuegos during the process of monetary reordering in 2020.
GRANMA explains how Washington's escalation of its blockad