Cuba

Russia Ready To Study Havana's Offers On Strengthening Cuba's Defence Capacity - Ambassador

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Moscow is ready to study Havana's possible offers on further strengthening the Cuban defence potential, Russian Ambassador to Cuba Andrey Guskov said.
Related topics: Russia, Havana, Moscow

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Forty-two Seconds Of Louie Gohmert On Medicare For All Is All You Need

Do you think the Fox News audience could find Cuba on a map? What about Venezuela? Do they know the Soviet Union doesn't exist anymore? You know what they CAN find? Their Social Security and Medicare benefits. Louie Gohmert is in a tough spot...
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Supercut Video Shows Bernie Sanders Heaping Praise On Communist Regimes

A social media manager for the Daily Caller posted a supercut video on Twitter Wednesday showing clips of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) heaping praise on several communist regimes. "From the Soviet Union, to China, to Cuba, to Nicaragua, to Venezuela,...
Related topics: World Videos, Social Media, China, Nicaragua, Venezuela

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Video Of The Day: Everything You’ve Ever Read Or Seen About Socialist Cuba Is A Lie

Some millennials from Turning Point USA traveled to Cuba to investigate the true realities of what a generation of full socialism has done to the once-thriving Cuban population. Sixty years ago, communists seized power in Cuba and all private...
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In Cuba, Cleaner Rivers Follow Greener Farming

When the Soviet Union collapsed in the early 1990's, food production on the island of Cuba was disrupted—as the supply of Russian fertilizers, pesticides, tractors, and oil dried up. Under the stress of an imminent food crisis, the island quickly...

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Even A Partial Dose Of Democratic Socialism Seems To Be Economic Poison

When Bernie Sanders talks about socialism, he wants voters to think Scandinavia, not Soviet Russia or Cuba. For example: When asked back in 2016 to explain what he meant by “democratic socialism,” he responded, “I think we should look to...
Related topics: Russia

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Miami Buildings Evacuated After Huge 7.7 Quake Hits Near Cuba, "hazardous" Tsunami...

Miami Buildings Evacuated After Huge 7.7 Quake Hits Near Cuba, "Hazardous" Tsunami Possible A powerful 7.7-magnitude earthquake has been detected between Jamaica and Cuba on Tuesday afternoon, reported the U.S. Geological Survey...
Related topics: Earthquakes, Tsunami, Jamaica, Polls

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Powerful Earthquake Strikes Between Cuba And Jamaica

A magnitude 7.7 earthquake hit south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica.
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Bolivia Suspends Diplomatic Relations With Cuba

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla on 23 January described the statements of Bolivian President Jeanine Anez as "vulgar lies" and called her a self-proclaimed and illegal head of state.
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Counter Venezuela's Move To Consolidate Cuba

Cuban security officials are a critical ingredient of Nicolas Maduro's ability to retain power. So, as the Trump administration increases pressure on Venezuela's pretender president, it must also do the same against...
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Cuba Gooding Jr. Groping Trial: Judge Rules 2 More Women Can Testify

Cuba Gooding Jr.'s groping trial will begin on Apr. 21, a judge declared Wednesday. Gooding has been charged with forcible touching and sexual abuse stemming from three alleged incidents. Judge Curtis Farber ruled that two additional women who have...

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Unapologetic Cia Psychologist Defends Torture Before Guantanamo Court

A psychologist who helped design the CIA’s “war on terror” torture program after the September 11, 2001 attacks defended the program this week before its victims at the US military prison in Guantanamo, Cuba. James Mitchell was...
Related topics: CIA, Guantanamo, Terrorism, Military

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Monnery On Hong Kong And Cuba

On our sister website, Law and Liberty, I’ve reviewed Neil Monnery’s A Tale of Two Economies. Monnery was interviewed by Russ Roberts on the occasion of the publication of his previous book, an engaging biography of John Cowperthwaite,...
Related topics: Hong Kong, Biographies

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Psychologist Testifies About Torture Techniques In Sept. 11 Case

At the U.S. military court in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, a psychologist who waterboarded the alleged Sept. 11 mastermind is testifying as part of the case against five accused Sept. 11 terrorists.
Related topics: Military, Guantanamo, Terrorism

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Guantanamo’s Indelible Legacy

In January 2002, the Guantánamo Bay detention facility in Cuba opened its gates for the first 20 detainees of the war on terror. Within 100 days, 300 of them would arrive, often hooded and in those infamous orange jumpsuits, and that would just be...
Related topics: Guantanamo, Terrorism

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Pre-trial Hearings Set To Begin In Case Against Sept. 11 Terrorists

Key testimony in the 9/11 case begins Tuesday at the U.S. military court in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. On the witness stand will be psychologists whose consulting firm developed the CIA's torture program.
Related topics: Terrorism, Military, Guantanamo, CIA

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Indelible Legacy: Or How This Became A Gitmo World

Karen J. Greenberg and Joshua Dratel | – ( Tomdispatch.com ) – In January 2002, the Guantánamo Bay Detention Facility in Cuba opened its gates for the first 20 detainees of the war on terror. Within 100 days, 300 of them would arrive,...
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China’s Birth Rate Hits Its Lowest Point In Decades. Other Nations Face Same Trend.

China, Cuba, Germany, Hungary and Japan are responding differently to their demographic changes.
Related topics: China, Germany, Hungary, Japan

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Let’s Stop Pretending That Bernie Sanders Wants To Duplicate Scandinavia

Bernie Sanders supporters are quick to make clear that their guy doesn’t want to turn America into Cuba or Venezuela or the old Soviet Union. By “democratic socialism,” the US senator from Vermont means Scandinavia, more or less. And what’s...
Related topics: Venezuela

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George W. Bush Has Been Right About Guantanamo Bay For 18 Years

Eighteen years ago this week, the first War on Terror detainees were processed at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. Then-Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Richard Myers described them as the “worst of the worst,” memorably adding that they were the kind of...
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