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Cuba is preparing a new constitution that proposes a division of powers at the top tier of government, an initiative that analysts say is designed to guarantee the preservation of … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Cuban exile group the Assembly for Cuban Resistance railed against cruises to Cuba at a press conference on July 16, 2018. … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Every time Javier Garcia-Bengochea hears about another cruise line calling at the Port of Santiago in southeastern Cuba, his frustration grows. And there are plenty of cruise passengers visiting the … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Amid polarizing sentiments in Miami over changing diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, a congressional candidate and state lawmaker elected to represent Little Havana is visiting, well, Havana. … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Global Air, the Mexican company that leased a Boeing 737-200 involved in a March airplane crash in Cuba, says pilot error, rather than poor maintenance of the aircraft, caused the … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Zayda Hernández and Víctor Cuadras are some of the Nicaraguan university students risking their lives in mass protests against Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo. … Click to Continue » Continue reading
The memory of Celia Cruz is alive 15 years after her departure. On Monday at 8 p.m., the Ermita de la Caridad will pay tribute to the Guarachera of Cuba … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Juan Antonio Blanco — the academic, activist, and executive director of the Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba — recently announced an initiative to unmask and deport Cuban human-rights abusers … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Dear Mr. President: To continue the fight for justice, we write today to ask that you hold former Cuban President Raúl Castro accountable for the murder of three American citizens, … Click to Continue » Continue reading
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has joined the investigation into the sonic incidents that have injured U.S. diplomats and have confounded U.S. officials and scientists since first discovered … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Venezuelan oil production is dropping rapidly and the government has no money to buy food, medicines or consumer goods, but there is one item that the socialist regime of President … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Cuba issued new measures on Monday to limit the accumulation of wealth by Cubans who own private businesses on the island. The provisions stipulate that Cubans may own only one … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Five Evangelical churches in Cuba say they oppose same-sex marriage because the ideology of gender is totally foreign to Cuban culture or “the historic leaders of the Revolution.” The Evangelical … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Satellite imagery shows a less organized Hurricane Beryl as it gets closer to the Caribbean islands on Saturday, July 7, 2018. The latest tracking map shows Beryl approaching Puerto Rico and Haiti by Sunday night or early Monday. … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Satellite imagery of Hurricane Beryl as it makes its way toward the Caribbean islands on Friday, July 6, 2018. At 11 a.m., Beryl was located about 1,045 miles east, southeast of the Lesser Antilles, moving west at 15 mph. … Click to Continue » Continue reading
The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for a Norwegian Cruise Line crew member that went overboard near Cuba. The Coast Guard said the Norwegian Getaway was 28 miles northwest of … Click to Continue » Continue reading
A Cuban exile group is forwarding complaints to federal authorities about alleged human-rights violators in Cuba who now live in the United States, with the goal of deporting people who … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Another U.S. diplomat who was stationed in Cuba has been medically confirmed as suffering from the same mysterious symptoms that have adversely affected the health of 25 other diplomatic personnel … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Frank Alvarez spends his days in this English-speaking nation in South America helping fellow Cubans shop. He uses his Spanish skills at a small store, so steady streams of Cubans … Click to Continue » Continue reading
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Congress on Thursday that he intends to suspend a section of the Helms-Burton Act that allows former owners of commercial property expropriated by … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Some Cuban exile groups and their political allies have begun to sound a steady drumbeat for tougher sanctions against Cuba, including an effort to indict Raúl Castro for the 1996 … Click to Continue » Continue reading
JetBlue is launching weekly service from Boston to Havana on Nov. 10 for a special introductory price of $129 one-way. The Saturday route will be the only non-stop service between … Click to Continue » Continue reading
When she was 3 months old, Alexa Prieto was admitted to the pediatric hospital in the Marianao section of Havana with a fever and diarrhea. Two days later, she contracted … Click to Continue » Continue reading
When she was 3 months old, Alexa Prieto was admitted to the pediatric hospital in the Marianao section of Havana with a fever and diarrhea. Two days later, she contracted … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Several U.S victims of alleged "health attacks" in Cuba have hired a lawyer out of concern over how the U.S. government will handle their long-term medical treatment. "That's not at … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Several U.S victims of alleged “health attacks” in Cuba have hired a lawyer out of concern over how the U.S. government will handle their long-term medical treatment. “That's not at … Click to Continue » Continue reading
“Little bro, hook me up with a refill. It's only 20 little pesos.” That and other similar phrases are regularly posted on the social networks of Cubans who are asking … Click to Continue » Continue reading
“Little bro, hook me up with a refill. It's only 20 little pesos.” That and other similar phrases are regularly posted on the social networks of Cubans who are asking … Click to Continue » Continue reading
President Donald Trump stood before a crowd of Cuban Americans at the Manuel Artime Theater in Little Havana a year ago Saturday and with great fanfare and to the accompaniment … Click to Continue » Continue reading
President Donald Trump stood before a crowd of Cuban Americans at the Manuel Artime Theater in Little Havana a year ago Saturday and with great fanfare and to the accompaniment … Click to Continue » Continue reading
One year after President Donald Trump came to Miami and signed a presidential directive outlining his new Cuba policy, the White House shows little appetite for negotiations of a “better … Click to Continue » Continue reading
One year after President Donald Trump came to Miami and signed a presidential directive outlining his new Cuba policy, the White House shows little appetite for negotiations of a “better … Click to Continue » Continue reading
While Cuban diplomats keep traveling the United States insisting it is time for the U.S. embargo to be lifted and prospecting for support at American universities, city councils and state … Click to Continue » Continue reading
While Cuban diplomats keep traveling the United States insisting it is time for the U.S. embargo to be lifted and prospecting for support at American universities, city councils and state … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Cuba's customs agency is threatening to confiscate packages sent from the United States with people who travel to the island to deliver items under the radar for shipping companies. Havana … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Cuba's customs agency is threatening to confiscate packages sent from the United States with people who travel to the island to deliver items under the radar for shipping companies. Havana … Click to Continue » Continue reading
A crab covered in oil raises its claws as its crawls slowly through the mangroves in the bay of Cienfuegos in south central Cuba. Pelicans with black stains linger on … Click to Continue » Continue reading
A crab covered in oil raises its claws as its crawls slowly through the mangroves in the bay of Cienfuegos in south central Cuba. Pelicans with black stains linger on … Click to Continue » Continue reading
The two black boxes recovered from last month's fiery crash of a Boeing 737-200 leased by Cuba's national airline are now in Washington, D.C., where they are being analyzed at … Click to Continue » Continue reading
The two black boxes recovered from last month's fiery crash of a Boeing 737-200 leased by Cuba's national airline are now in Washington D.C. where they are being analyzed at … Click to Continue » Continue reading
A U.S. journalist interviews a rebellious Cuban leader during a predawn visit to her room at the Riviera Hotel in Havana. Later, she carries his messages to the White House. … Click to Continue » Continue reading
A U.S. journalist interviews a rebellious Cuban leader during a predawn visit to her room at the Riviera Hotel in Havana. Later, she carries his messages to the White House. … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Google is close to reaching an agreement with the Cuban government to expand internet access on the island, Republican Sen. Jeff Flake told el Nuevo Herald. “Yes, I think they … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Google is close to reaching an agreement with the Cuban government to expand internet access on the island, Republican Sen. Jeff Flake told el Nuevo Herald. “Yes, I think they … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Former Miami mayor and veteran journalist Tomás Regalado has been named the new director of the Office of Cuba Broadcasting, which oversees the Radio and TV Martí stations that broadcast … Click to Continue » Continue reading