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Cubans Wait Hours In Gas Lines As Fuel Crisis Bites

A fuel shortage blamed on the Trump Administration has turned filling a tank in Cuba into an ordeal even for a country used to waiting in lines. Around Havana, drivers spend days hunting desperately for gas, calling friends and updating online chat...
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Brain Scans Shed New Light On Mysterious Attacks On U.s. Diplomats And Spies In Havana

Adam Entous writes about U.S. government employees who suffered mysterious brain injuries while working at the American Embassy in Havana, Cuba.
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Cuban Leaders Attend Funeral Of Cardinal Who Fostered Thaw With Us

Cuban leaders on Sunday attended the funeral Jaime Ortega, a cardinal who played a key role in improving ties between Havana and Washington during the administration of Barack Obama. Ortega, who died at the age of 82, worked as an intermediary for...
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Why A Russian Warship In The Caribbean Was Tailed By An American Destroyer

Task and Purpose Security, Americas Tom and Jerry with the Russians. The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Jason Dunham was operating roughly 50 miles north of Havana as of Tuesday morning, USNI News reported, citing ship tracking...
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For Cubans — A Day At The Beach Is No Easy Task

Cuba’s constitution guarantees its people access to its beaches, but many locals are unable to enjoy the island’s pristine white sands and crystal clear blue waters. While foreign tourists flock to such paradisiacal Havana sites as...
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As Sanctions Bite In Cuba, The U.s. — Once A Driver Of Hope — Is Now A Source Of Pain

New Trump administration restrictions, aimed at punishing Havana for supporting Venezuela’s president, are contributing to the island’s worst economic crisis in years.
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Canada Welcomes Cuba's Commitment To End Venezuela Crisis - Report

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Friday that Havana will have a role to play in Venezuela's return to democracy although Ottawa and Havana disagree on whether President Nicolas Maduro should stay in office, Reuters reported.
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Gay Rights Groups Hold Unauthorized March In Havana 

Gay rights activists using social media on Saturday organized an unauthorized march down eight blocks of one of Havana's main thoroughfares before they were stopped by police.  The march was the second by a nongovernmental organization in Cuba in...
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Cubans Dismayed Canada Halting Visa Processing In Havana

Cubans were dismayed on Thursday to learn Canada's embassy in Havana was no longer processing visa applications due to staffing cutbacks over unexplained health incidents among Canadian and U.S. diplomats in the Cuban capital. Canada, which in...
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Eu ‘strongly Condemns’ New Us Policy On Cuba - Ambassador

The European Union's ambassador in Havana, Alberto Navarro, has said the bloc "strongly condemns" Washington's decision to take new legal moves against Cuba and companies that do business on the island.
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Prince Charles, Camilla Tour Old Havana On Royal Visit

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla began their first full day in Cuba Monday with a visit to Old Havana, touring churches, shops and cafes in the narrow cobblestoned streets of the historic center before other events around the capital city. The...
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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...
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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....
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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...
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The Challenges & Opportunities Facing South-south Cooperation

At the 8th Meeting of the South Commission, Havana , Cuba , July 1990. Mwalimu Julius Nyerere, Chairman of the South Commission, President Fidel Castro of Cuba, Manmohan Singh, Secretary-General of the Commission, Carlos Fortin (right) and...
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Us Military Aircraft Head To Caribbean Countries - Cuban Foreign Ministry

Havana blasted what it presumes is the US government’s move to perform a military op in Venezuela under the disguise of a “humanitarian intervention”. President Maduro’s government, which is still in power in the country, has said it...
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Photos: The Aftermath Of A Rare And Deadly Tornado In Havana

A tornado ripped through Havana, Cuba on Sunday night (Jan. 27) killing four and injuring almost 200 people. Though Cuba has encountered several hurricanes, tornados are a much rarer occurrence. Reuters reported this was the strongest one to hit...
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Tornado Hits Havana; Cuban President Says 3 Dead, 174 Hurt

The Cuban capital was battered late Sunday and early Monday by powerful winds.
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Tornado Hits Cuba's Capital

A tornado hit Cuba's capital Sunday night, killing three people and injuring 172.  President Miguel Diaz-Canel toured affected areas of Havana early Monday.  He posted on Twitter that the "damage is severe." ​Havana residents said the...
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Fiddle Me This: Villain Behind Cuban ‘sonic Attacks’ Not Moscow But Crickets

Since November 2016, dozens of US personnel in Washington’s embassy in Havana have fallen ill after hearing high-pitched sounds. While the US government alleged these to be “sonic attacks,” a new analysis of a recording of the sounds has...
Related topics: Russia, Moscow, Cuba

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