Natalie Kitroeff

New York Times correspondent for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean

Reporter for the New York Times.

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Scientists in Cuba say they’re close to developing a coronavirus vaccine of their own. It’s called “ Sovereign 2 ,” and it’s in its final trial stage.

Cuba is close to producing a COVID vaccine and hopes to draw tourists with it

Scientists in Cuba say they’re close to developing a coronavirus vaccine of their own. It’s called “ Sovereign 2 ,” and it’s in its final trial stage.

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U.S officials say they’re confident that an Iranian missile accidentally brought down a Ukranian plane.

US says Iran accidentally shot down a Ukranian plane, but Iran says no

U.S officials say they’re confident that an Iranian missile accidentally brought down a Ukranian plane.

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Kylie Jenner, Cardi B, and Amber Rose have all been paid promoters for Fashion Nova, a fast fashion company based in LA.

Instagram-famous fashion company is under investigation for underpaying workers in LA

Kylie Jenner, Cardi B, and Amber Rose have all been paid promoters for Fashion Nova, a fast fashion company based in LA.

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