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President Nicolás Maduro sent doctors door-to-door to warn the ill and elderly that care would be cut off unless they voted for the governing party, said 16 Cuban physicians who worked in Venezuela. Continue reading
The United States is casting Cuba and Russia as enablers to President Nicolás Maduro, and penalized a Moscow bank accused of helping his government evade American sanctions. Continue reading
Evangelicals, artists and other groups have pushed back against official decisions in recent months, forcing the government to negotiate. Continue reading
A controversial new decree imposing limits on artistic practice threatens to derail a thriving cultural scene in Havana. Continue reading
A controversial new decree threatens to derail a thriving cultural scene in Havana. Continue reading
The illness, known as Havana Syndrome, has affected dozens of American and Canadian diplomats posted to Cuba. The Canadians say their government failed to protect them. Continue reading
It will withdraw up to half of its staff in Havana after a 14th person was found to be suffering from the strange symptoms that have afflicted dozens of diplomats. Continue reading
“It took everything,” one Havana resident said after a tornado hit Cuba’s capital. Another described cars tumbling down streets and roofs falling off buildings. Continue reading
Photographs posted on Twitter by Cuban news outlets and residents of the capital showed cars crushed by fallen lampposts and cars trapped in floodwaters. Continue reading
The revolutionary was popular here, until Americans realized he intended to free Cuba from the United States, as well. Continue reading
Censorship still stifles speech in Cuba, but new connectivity and growth in social media are bound to accelerate dissent and activism. Continue reading
No one, particularly ordinary Cubans, is benefiting from the 60-year feud. Continue reading
Many Americans would welcome some traits of the island’s free, universal health care system. Continue reading
Many Americans would welcome some traits of the island’s free, universal health care system. Continue reading
Sixty years after the revolution, a Communist stalwart may be moving closer to democracy. Continue reading
An exodus to Major League Baseball and other countries’ leagues has depleted the ranks of strong players, as Cuba and M.L.B. strike a deal to regulate trades. Continue reading
Baseball officials were stunned by the swift and vehement objections to the agreement in a White House statement, but they believe they are on safe legal ground. Continue reading
Wednesday’s agreement — by Major League Baseball, the players’ union and the Cuban baseball federation — would allow many Cubans to play in the United States without defecting. Continue reading
An agreement involving M.L.B. would allow many Cubans to play in the United States without defecting, but the Trump administration threatened to scuttle the plan. Continue reading
After pushback from evangelical churches and citizens, the commission revising the Constitution said it would eliminate the language “as a way of respecting all opinions.” Continue reading
The agency that oversees Voice of America and other government broadcasting has endured a series of recent scandals. Soon, a Trump appointee will take over. Continue reading
A report by the first doctors to examine Americans who suffered mystifying symptoms after hearing a high-pitched sound at the embassy in Cuba confirms that their condition is real. Continue reading
Our public health system is a jewel. Can it survive four years of recklessness? Continue reading
Until now, Cubans have had access only to state-run email accounts on their mobile phones. Continue reading
A division of the World Health Organization made about $75 million off the work of Cuban doctors who earned substandard wages in Brazil, a lawsuit alleges. Continue reading
Brazil’s far-right president-elect, Jair Bolsonaro, said a program that sends thousands of Cuban doctors to underserved regions of his country amounted to “slave labor.” Continue reading
After meeting with their American counterparts, Cuban medical experts say there is no evidence that American diplomats were attacked in Cuba. Continue reading
Doctors and scientists say microwave strikes may have caused sonic delusions and very real brain damage among embassy staff and family members. Continue reading
Doctors and scientists say microwave strikes may have caused sonic delusions and very real brain damage among embassy staff and family members. Continue reading
A new constitution under discussion is a necessary reform that can set an example in L.G.B.T. rights. Continue reading
The draft document, which still must be approved in a referendum, encourages foreign investment, opens the door to same-sex marriage, strengthens the judicial system and creates a prime minister role. Continue reading
The U.S. president seems to view Latin America as the ground to impose his will, regardless of the costs. Continue reading
At least 11 Americans have been moved out of the country after “abnormal” sounds were reported by consulate employees in Guangzhou. Continue reading
The case was the first confirmed in Cuba since August and could suggest that whatever caused the earlier illnesses had started again or was continuing. Continue reading
The strange continuity in their foreign policy gambits and ambitions. Continue reading
The illnesses in China have broadened a crisis that started in 2016, when American Embassy employees and their family members in Cuba began getting sick after hearing strange noises. Continue reading
The illnesses have broadened a crisis that started in 2016, when American Embassy employees and their family members in Cuba began getting sick after hearing strange noises. Continue reading
Venezuela’s economic debacle might impact Cuba and ignite widespread discontent. Continue reading
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday that diplomats stationed in Guangzhou, China, suffered same ills as those attacked in Havana. Continue reading
The State Department said a U.S. government employee posted in Guangzhou had signs of possible brain injury. But it has not identified a cause. Continue reading
The 39-year-old plane is a powerful symbol of the troubled aviation industry. As tourism surges, Cuba’s national airline struggles to buy planes and maintain its fleet. Continue reading
The 39-year-old plane is a powerful symbol of the troubled aviation industry. As tourism surges, Cuba’s national airline struggles to buy planes and maintain its fleet. Continue reading
Cuba state television said the plane, a Boeing 737, went down moments after departing Havana’s international airport. Continue reading
Cuba state television said the plane, a Boeing 737, went down moments after departing Havana’s international airport. Continue reading
The plane, a nearly 40-year-old Boeing 737, went down moments after departing Havana’s international airport. Continue reading