Cuba

State Department Dodges Helping American Diplomats Attacked By Microwave Sound Devices In China:...

Diplomatics were pulled from the Havana, Cuba embassy after several State Department employees ended up with brain damage similar to a traumatic injury. Not top Americans doing work in China are coming forward to say they too have had problems, but...
Related topics: China, Havana

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Us’ Anti-russian Budget; Us To Be Top Oil Exporter; Cuba & Russia In Venezuela

The over half a billion dollars allocated in the US’ 2020 budget to countering “Russian malign influence” is part of America’s Hybrid War against its rival’s information, military, energy, and trade interests.
Related topics: Russia, Venezuela, Military

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In Cuba, Obama’s Detente Becomes History As Trump Threatens

Cuba has jettisoned rhetorical restraint toward the United States and is broadcasting footage of military defense exercises in the face of threats and new sanctions from the administration of President Donald Trump. The island nation had turned the...
Related topics: Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Military

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Pompeo Accuses Cuba And Russia Of Propping Up Venezuelan Ruler

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.
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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Print Column: If We’re Already Socialists, Why Are The Socialist Activists So Angry?

MINOT, N.D. — Modern proponents of socialism have become so desperate to divorce their ideology from its ugly realities – North Korea under the Kims, Cuba under the Castros, Venezuela under Chavez and Maduro – they’ve taken...
Related topics: Activism, North Korea, Venezuela, Hugo Chavez

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Us-funded Cuban Propaganda Outlet Fires Eight For ‘deeply Offensive’ Soros Story

A US government-funded radio and TV station in Miami directed at Cuba has fired eight staff members it says are responsible for a program that aired last year calling George Soros a “non-practicing Jew of flexible morals” who was the...
Related topics: George Soros

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Trump’s Cuba Sanctions Are A Solid Step In Cracking Down On Maduro Regime’s Enablers

The Trump administration on Monday took the historic step of implementing Cuba sanctions. Specifically, the administration is temporarily permitting U.S. citizens whose property was stolen by the Castro regime to pursue legal action. From...

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Hands Off Venezuela

H. Patricia HynesVenezuela, like Cuba and the social democrat countries of Europe, dramatically lowered child poverty, infant mortality, illiteracy, and homelessness when compared to the wealthier US. (Photo: Franco Fasuli/Getty Images)
Related topics: Venezuela, World Photos

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Did Pakistan Just Blink?

Zack Brown Security, Asia Things did not go as Islamabad planned. On the morning October 24, 1962, as the JFK administration debated options for the removal of Soviet missiles in Cuba and nuclear war seemed imminent, a note delivered by a staffer...
Related topics: Pakistan, Islamabad

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Regime Change Is Urgently Needed... In Washington

Authored by Andre Vitchek via Off-Guardian.org, I am surprised that no one else is saying it, writing it, shouting it at each and every corner: It is not Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, and Iran that are in dire and crucial need of ‘regime...
Related topics: Venezuela, Nicaragua, Iran

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“keep On Truckin'”: Texas Wwii Veteran Posts Important Birthday Wish, And Thousands Respond

Screen grab of Joe Cuba via KFDX. A 99-year-old World War II veteran who resides in Wichita Falls, Texas has a special request for his upcoming birthday. WFMY reports: When you’re lucky enough to turn 100 and you served your country during...

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Wwii Vet Asks For 100 Birthday Cards For His 100th Birthday. Then Something Amazing Happens.

Joe Cuba, a World War II veteran living in a Texas senior living center, will celebrate his 100th birthday on Saturday. His only birthday wish was to receive 100 birthday cards — but he got a lot more than he bargained for. What happened?...

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End Maduro's Regime By Blocking Its Oil Supplies To Cuba

The time has come to cut off Maduro from his Cuban enablers. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential

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Cuba Expands Rights But Rejects Radical Change In Updated Constitution

Cuba has rejected a proposal to legalize same-sex marriage in its new and revised constitution, a move that disappointed some gay rights activists. An article that would have redefined marriage as a “union between two people” – rather than a...
Related topics: Gay Marriage, Activism

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Trump Threatens Havana With A New Embargo

Opening the litigation floodgates would harm U.S. companies and punish the Cuban people even more, writes Marjorie Cohn. By Marjorie Cohn Truthout The Trump administration is threatening to unleash a flood of lawsuits involving Cuba, which no U.S....
Related topics: Havana, Lawsuits

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Us Claims On 'maduro's Days Numbered' Mean Cuba, Nicaragua Will Be Next - Lavrov

Earlier, a number of high-ranking US officials, as well as senators, insisted that the Venezuelan legitimate president should step down in favour of the Western-backed opposition leader. Particularly, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said last week...
Related topics: Nicaragua, Mike Pompeo

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Donald Trump Threatens A ‘second Embargo’ Of Cuba

The Trump administration is threatening to unleash a flood of lawsuits involving Cuba, which no U.S. president has ever done. It has set a deadline of March 2 to announce whether it will create, in the words of the National Lawyers Guild, “a...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Lawsuits

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Cuba Accuses Us Of Preparing For Military Action In Venezuela 

At a Havana press conference Tuesday, the Cuban government accused the Trump administration of preparing a military operation against Venezuela, suggesting that humanitarian aid is a pretext for intervention. "You're starting to see American...
Related topics: Military, Venezuela, Havana

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Cellphone Internet Access Bringing Changes Fast To Cuba

After a tornado slammed Havana in late January, Mijail Ramirez complained on Twitter that authorities were threatening to evict him from his damaged home. A week later he said the government had changed its mind and would help him rebuild the house.
Related topics: Havana, Social Media

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How Coral Bleaching Threatens Caribbean Communities

Climate change has fueled coral reef bleaching throughout the tropics, with negative consequences for reef ecosystems and the people who depend on them. A new study finds that in the Caribbean, independent island nations such as Cuba and Jamaica are...
Related topics: Jamaica

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