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On Ninonska Pérez's two-hour Spanish language program on Radio Mambi, callers couldn't stop talking about the midterm elections. Topic Numero Uno: The defeat of two... [Read More]
Cuban scientific investigators visiting Washington to meet with State Department officials, scientists and members of Congress have challenged whether 26 diplomats at the U.S. Embassy... [Read More]
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Like so many stories about Cuba, the sea and its inexorable pull north play a major role in a new PBS documentary that makes its... [Read More]
Nearly a year after the U.S. State Department advised Americans not to travel to Cuba, it has downgraded its travel advisory for the island to... [Read More]
With the help of U.S. prosecutors, a young Cuban man accused of shooting a Palm Beach County doctor in the head in 2015 and fleeing... [Read More]
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Since the United States withdrew all but a bare-bones staff from its embassy in Havana last September after mysterious incidents that affected the health of... [Read More]
Cuba's looming constitutional referendum and nagging structural economic problems mean it's unlikely the island's leaders will take on the much-need unification of Cuba's two currencies... [Read More]
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Congress on Thursday he intends to suspend a section of the Helms-Burton Act that allows former owners of... [Read More]
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... [Read More]
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... [Read More]
Almost three-quarters of the population of Latin America and the Caribbean live and work in cities, which traditionally have been hubs of economic activity, entrepreneurship... [Read More]
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... [Read More]
The State Department has set up a task force that will direct a multi-agency response to mysterious health incidents that have caused symptoms ranging from... [Read More]
When Cuban leader Miguel Díaz-Canel arrived in Caracas for an official visit to Venezuela on Wednesday, the woman in the purple and black dress with... [Read More]
United Nations members have recommended that Cuba establish an independent national human rights institution, immediately release prisoners of conscience and end the harassment of human... [Read More]
Soon after a passenger plane crashed near Havana's airport last week, killing 111 people, Cuba's new president Miguel Díaz-Canel arrived at the scene as the... [Read More]
Cuban officials are still identifying the 111 people who died in last Friday's crash of a Cubana Airlines 737 on takeoff from Havana. Two surviving... [Read More]
Cuban authorities are working 24 hours a day to identify the remains of the 110 people who lost their lives in the fiery crash of... [Read More]
As Cubans grieved over one of the worst air crashes in the island's history, investigators hoped that the recovery of one of the black boxes... [Read More]
Flags flew at half staff across Cuba on Saturday as authorities began the grim task of identifying more than 100 victims of a fiery crash... [Read More]
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