Cuba

Syracuse Student From Cuba Works To ‘dismantle The Socialist Deception’

"What struck me the most at first was the number of people who had a distorted idea of what it was really like to live in Cuba." The post Syracuse Student From Cuba Works to ‘Dismantle the Socialist Deception’ first appeared on Le·gal...

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Global Conspiracy To Impurify Bodily Fluids? Snowden Mocks Media Hype Around Havana Syndrome

Earlier, several media reported that the CIA investigation came to a preliminary conclusion that the Havana syndrome experienced by some American diplomats was not the result of a coordinated global campaign by a foreign state. This conclusion...
Related topics: Edward Snowden, Havana, CIA

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From Hitler To Beyond: The Russian T-34 Tank Is Still Fighting

Peter Suciu Tanks, Eurasia According to IISS, nine countries still have the WW2 Russian T-34 in their inventories. Here's What to Remember: It is unclear how many of the World War II Soviet Red Army tanks remained in service in Cuba or North...
Related topics: North Korea

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Havana Syndrome Not Result Of Deliberate Campaign By Hostile Country, Cia Interim Finding Says

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US Central Intelligence Agency says it does not consider Havana syndrome to be the result of a deliberate global campaign by any hostile power, while allowing the possibility of foreign involvement in some cases, according...
Related topics: Havana, CIA

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'russian Missiles In Cuba & Venezuela': What's Behind Moscow's Hardball Rhetoric?

The Kremlin remarks about the possible deployments of Russian military assets in Cuba and Venezuela are highlighting the seriousness of the unfolding situation to Washington, says former Reagan administration official Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, adding...
Related topics: Venezuela, Russia, Moscow, Kremlin, Military

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The Us Government Just Allowed An Icelandic Airline To Offer Flights Between The Us And Cuba. But...

An Icelandair Boeing 757-200.Malcolm T Walls Photo's/Shutterstock.com Icelandair will soon fly between the US and Cuba thanks to a Department of Transportation ruling.  US airlines objected to Icelandair's presence in the market but lost...
Related topics: Boeing, World Photos

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Another 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis? As Talks Over Ukraine Stall Russia Threatens Military Deployment...

US says ‘drumbeat of war is sounding loud’ as talks with Russia over Ukraine head towards dead end Russia threatens
Related topics: Ukraine, Russia, Military

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Russia Remains Open About Military Deployment To Cuba And Venezuela Amid Security Guarantee Impasse

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Thursday that he will not confirm or deny anything regarding the possibility of the deployment of Russian military infrastructure in Cuba and Venezuela.
Related topics: Russia, Military, Venezuela, Moscow

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Biden Administration Clears Five Guantanamo Bay Detainees For Transfer

The US government has granted the transfer of five detainees from the military base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The facility turned 20 years old on Tuesday, and still houses 39 detainees, with 21 yet to be cleared for transfer.
Related topics: Joe Biden, Guantanamo, Military

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Meet The Muslim Army Chaplain Who Condemned Torture Of Guantánamo Prisoners & Then Was Jailed...

Twenty years ago today, the U.S. military began imprisoning Muslim men at Guantánamo Bay in Cuba. We speak with the prison’s former Muslim chaplain, James Yee, who was jailed and held in solitary confinement for 76 days after being falsely...
Related topics: Military

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Us Imposes Visa Restrictions On Eight Cuban Officials

In July, large-scale violent protests took place in Cuba due to poor living conditions, caused partly by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the protesters were arrested and the US has imposed sanctions against a number of Cuban police and military...
Related topics: Protests, Police, Military

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Bombardments, Glamor And Gangsters Mark History Of Cuba's Hotel Nacional

In its 91 years, Havana's majestic Hotel Nacional has borne witness to some of the biggest events of Cuban history. It was once bombed as part of a conflict between rival units of Cuba's military, hosted a summit of mafia dons, was a key site of the...
Related topics: Havana, Military

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Biden’s Defense Bill Includes $30 Million To Support ‘havana Syndrome’ Victims

Intelligence agencies have avoided drawing too many conclusions about the mysterious illness, but this money will support those affected. This week, President Joe Biden signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act, his $768 billion defense...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Havana

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Officials: Nearly 25% Of Navy Warship Crew Has Covid-19

A U.S. Navy warship remains in port at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, with about two dozen sailors — or nearly a quarter of its crew — testing positive for COVID-19, according to U.S. defense officials
Related topics: Guantanamo

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Plans Move Forward For 2022 Pope, Russian Patriarch Meeting

Plans are progressing for a meeting next year between Pope Francis and the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church following their historic encounter in Havana in 2016
Related topics: Pope Francis, Religion, Havana

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Is There Still Hope For A Free Cuba?

Cuba’s communist regime has done almost everything in its power to put an end to pro-democracy protests there. Now, the movement for freedom is fighting to stay alive even as many of its leaders and others have been imprisoned.  Last...
Related topics: Protests

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New Docs Reveal Us Government Asked The Mafia For Help In Killing Fidel Castro: Cnn's Tim Naftali

New documents reveal that the United States worked on a deal with members of the Mafia to assassinate Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in Cuba. President Joe Biden released 1,500 pages of information from the assassination investigations surrounding...
Related topics: Fidel Castro, CNN, Joe Biden

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White House Hangs Up On Rick Scott When He Called To Complain About An Activist In Prison In Cuba

Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) is furious because President Joe Biden's White House hung up on him when he demanded action on a Cuban human rights activist arrested in Cuba. While the United States has no power to control the Cuban legal system, Fox News...
Related topics: White House, Activism, Joe Biden, Human Rights

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Cuban Family Finds Welcome, Refugee Status In Distant Serbia

A Cuban couple and their daughter have resettled in a small Serbian town after fleeing Cuba five years ago
Related topics: Serbia

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Us Diplomat Affected By ‘havana Syndrome’ Reportedly Sues State Department

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A US State Department officer has filed a lawsuit against the agency and State Secretary Antony Blinken, accusing them of discriminating against the victims of so-called Havana syndrome on the grounds of disability, US media...
Related topics: Havana, Lawsuits

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