Cuba

Could Russia Provoke A Second Cuban Missile Crisis In Venezuela?

Michael Peck Security, Americas Venezuela has become a thorn in America’s side. Here's What You Need to Remember: If this sounds familiar, it should. Moscow placed nuclear-armed ballistic missiles in Cuba both to deter the United States from...
Related topics: Russia, Venezuela, Moscow

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Eu Orders Envoy To Cuba Back In Brussels Over Controversial Letter To Us President Biden

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The European Union has summoned its ambassador to Cuba, Alberto Navarro, back to Brussels for explanations over signing an open letter addressed to US President Joe Biden calling on him to stop meddling in Cuba's domestic affairs,...
Related topics: Belgium, Brussels, Joe Biden, Russia, Moscow

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Our Men In Havana

(Scott Johnson) Tim Weiner is a former New York Times reporter and author of Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA (2007). The history of the CIA, according to Weiner, is a history of the failures of the CIA. The CIA chose not to ignore the...
Related topics: Havana, CIA

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Cuba Prioritises Sustainable Water Management In The Face Of Climate Challenges

High-density polyethylene pipe is laid on a street in the Cuban capital, where the Aguas de La Habana water company is upgrading the water supply networks in the municipality of Centro Habana. CREDIT: Jorge Luis Baños/IPS By Luis BrizuelaHAVANA,...

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Cuba Imposes New Restrictions In Havana To Slow Covid-19 Spread 

Cuba's capital city of Havana is imposing a series of streets closures in densely populated areas of the city in an effort to curtail the spread of COVID-19. The move is the latest effort by the island nation to clamp down on the rise...
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An Inside Look At Cuba’s Constant Struggle For Clean Water

Across the country, battling water scarcity requires a vast array of workers, from inspectors and fumigators to truck drivers and pipe layers.

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Albor Ruiz, A Journalistic Voice For Latinos, Is Dead At 80

As a columnist for The Daily News, he wrote passionately about the issues facing immigrants and lobbied for the U.S. to lift its trade embargo of his native Cuba.

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Kgb Spy Equipment From Nyc Museum Collection Sold Out At California Auction

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Hundreds of items from the now-dissolved New York KGB Espionage Museum sold out at an auction on Saturday among a rare collection of Cold War relics from the United States, the Soviet Union and Cuba, Californian-based Julien's...
Related topics: Museum, Russia, Moscow

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White House Says Biden Will Shut Down Guantanamo Bay Prison By The End Of His Term

The Biden administration said that they intended to shutter the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba by the end of the president's term. White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed the intended closure during the media briefing on...
Related topics: White House, Joe Biden, Guantanamo

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How Russian Spies Found A Second Home In Cuba

Sebastien Roblin History, Americas Both Russia and the United States already routinely deploy bombers and spy planes on patrols skirting each other’s airspace for both political and military reasons. Here's What You Need To Remember: The Soviet...
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How Cubans Make Island Internet Work For Them

Enlarge / Jaime Santos-Menéndez, a Havana-based documentary filmmaker, has a much different workflow than creatives in the United States. (credit: Cassandra Brooklyn) As countless Cubans have proudly told me over the years, "Cubans invent." They...
Related topics: Havana, Documentaries

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Cuba Backs Away From Communism

Meanwhile, as the USA plunges headlong toward communism via tax & spend liberalism on steroids, countries that have already achieved the economic end goal of leftism are heading back the other way: Over the weekend the Cuban government said it...
Related topics: Taxes

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Hitler's Man In Havana: German Espionage In The Caribbean

Warfare History Network History, Americas Heinz Lüning, a reluctant spy for the Third Reich, served as inspiration for British writer Graham Greene. Here's What You Need to Know: In the early years of World War II, Latin America became one of...
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Cuba Opens Door To Most Small Business Initiatives

In a major reform of the state-dominated economy, the Cuban government will allow small private businesses to operate in most fields, eliminating its limited list of activities, state-run media reported Saturday.The measure, coming as the Caribbean...

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Transcript: The Unsolved Mystery Of Havana Syndrome

A transcript of Episode 24 of The Politics of Everything, “The Case of the Sick Spies”Tim Weiner: The building that houses American diplomats and spies in Havana is a heavily fortified compound, a big cube, and it sits right off of the...
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Eugenio Martinez, Last Of The Watergate Burglars, Dies At 98

A hero to exiles from Castro’s Cuba, he was the only person other than Richard Nixon to receive a presidential pardon in the scandal.
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Defense Department Pauses Plan To Offer Covid-19 Vaccine To Guantanamo Bay Prisoners After Gop...

In this Wednesday, April 17, 2019 photo reviewed by U.S. military officials, the control tower is seen through the razor wire inside the Camp VI detention facility in Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba. Alex Brandon, File/Associated Press The...
Related topics: Guantanamo, World Photos, Military

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Gitmo Prisoners Will Be Offered Covid-19 Vaccines Next Week — Ahead Of Most Americans

The prisoners held by the United States government at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have been cleared by the Pentagon to receive COVID-19 vaccines as early as next week if they so choose, placing alleged terrorists well ahead of the vast majority of...
Related topics: Guantanamo, Pentagon, Terrorism

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At Least Five Dead After Revolutionary Armed Forces Helicopter Crashes In Cuba, Reports Say

A commission of Cuba's Ministry of the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FAR) is carrying out an investigation into the causes of the accident, according to a ministry statement.

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Cuban Farm Explores Sustainability By Hand

Terraces specially designed to prevent surface runoff during the rains have been key for growing vegetables on the sloping terrain of Finca Marta in the municipality of Caimito, Artemisa province, about 20 km from Havana, Cuba. CREDIT: Jorge Luis...
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