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Popular Tags Archives Feeds January 29, 2014 by Willie Thompson, Tarnel Abbott and Marilyn Langlois Cuba is neither the hell that our enemies like to pretend it is nor the paradise that our friends wish it to be, but a country which struggles just
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro Thursday praised his brother and successor for his handshake with U.S...Castro's nod to President Raul Castro came at the end of a lengthy article in Granma, the official newspaper of the Cuban Communist Party.
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Cuba on Tuesday launched a nationwide military exercise which is expected to be the largest drill held on the island in the last four years, state media reported. The three-day Bastion 2013 military maneuvers
The Cuban government announced Tuesday it plans to end the country's dual-currency system. Presently, most Cubans are paid in the Cuban peso, or CUP, while the vast majority of goods on the island are available only with the hard currency convertible
Whether or not you agree with the House Republicans’ slash and burn economic agenda, it is clear their goal is to put Americans on an austerity diet and privatize or eliminate a significant number of government programs and services,
Cuba said military equipment found buried under sacks of sugar on a North Korean ship seized as it tried to cross the Panama Canal was obsolete weaponry from the mid-20th century that it had sent to be repaired. Panamanian authorities said it might
The issue was addressed by Cuban Agriculture minister Gustavo Rodriguez during a meeting in Beijing with his Chinese counterpart Han Changfu. The Chinese government official recalled a recent visit to Cuba in which he met with the historic leaders of
Lacera told the Cuban News Agency that the sector pursues a very ambitious project from the qualitative and quantitative perspectives, in tune with the government's consideration that tourism currently is the locomotive of Cuban economy. Over 45
You may also like With a post-Castro Era looming on the horizon, the Obama administration should muster the political will to prepare the United States for February 2018, when neither Fidel nor Raul Castro will remain at the helm of the Cuban state.
Just after Raul Castro grabbed the world's attention with his decision to step down from the presidency of Cuba when his term expires in 2018 effectively ending the half-century Castro era a new report on the status of Cuban women arrives to stir