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Cubans in Miami talk of boating to Cuba to back protests

The United States Coast Guard in Miami is monitoring any activity aimed at increasing “unsafe and illegal” crossings.

Police patrol Havana in large numbers after rare protests

Authorities appeared determined to put a stop to the demonstrations.

Demonstrators in Havana protest shortages, rising prices

Cuba is going through its worst economic crisis in decades, along with a resurgence of coronavirus cases.

Cuban baseball player defects after arriving in Florida

The organization identified the player as César Prieto, 22.

Raul Castro resigns as Communist chief, ending era in Cuba

Castro made the announcement in a speech at the opening of the Eighth Congress of the ruling party.

A retiring Castro to bring younger face to Cuba’s communists

This week’s Communist Party congress could be the last with a Castro at the helm.

Trump hits Cuba with new terrorism sanctions in waning days

One of the latest in a series of last-minute moves before Biden takes office on Jan. 20.

Economy tanking, Cuba launches some long-delayed reforms

Cuba has launched the first in a series of long-promised reforms meant to bolster the private sector.

Special Report: The Preventable Death of an Asylum Seeker from Cuba in Solitary Cell

Roylan Hernandez Diaz’s long journey ended inside a white-walled cell in the solitary confinement wing of a Louisiana prison.Nearby were the last of his...

Cuba Names Prime Minister for First Time Since 1976

Former tourism minister, Manuel Marrero Cruz, was named the country’s first prime minister since 1976.

New Cuban Ballet Head Pledges Renovation

The new head of Cuba’s legendary National Ballet says she hopes to renew the institution after the death of long-time director Alicia Alonso by...

Cuba Fashion Show is Small Step for Private Enterprise

A small step forward in the tumultuous relationship between the Cuban Government and its private sector.

Trump Administration Bans US Flights to all Cuban Cities but Havana

This is Trump's latest move to roll back the Obama-era easing of relations.

US Limits Amount of Money that Americans Can Send to Cuba

Changes announced by the Treasury Department will limit remittances to $1,000 per person per quarter.

Would-be Cuban Immigrants Left in Limbo by Consular Closure

Thousands of Cubans living in the US whose hopes of reuniting with family members have been put on hold.

Trump Administration Halts Cruises to Cuba Under New Rules

The Trump administration ended the most popular forms of U.S. travel to Cuba.

Cuba Releases First Group of Players Eligible for MLB

The 34 players are 17 to 25, classified as international amateurs under MLB rules.

Crucial Link Between the U.S. and Cuba Eliminated: 5-Year Visa

The elimination of the visa cuts a vital link between the U.S. and Cuba by forcing Cubans.

Cuba Expands Rights, Rejects Radical Change to Constitution

Cuba has undergone a gradual and dramatic metamorphosis under the latest governments.

Cellphone Internet Access Bringing Changes Fast to Cuba

Changes are subtle but palpable as Cubans challenge government officials online and more.

Tornado Hits Havana; at Least 172 Hurts, 3 Dead

A tornado and pounding rains smashed into the eastern part of Cuba’s capital overnight.

MLB, Union, Cuba Reach Deal for Players to Sign

An agreement reached to allow players from the island to sign big league contracts without defecting.

Cuba Slightly Loosens Controls on State Media

Cuba's Communist Party recently approved a document aimed at giving state media more ability to report news.

Passenger Jet Crashes Near Havana with at Least 110 Aboard

Cuba's state media reported there were three survivors. An employee of a Mexican charter firm said the plane belonged to the company and it had a six-person Mexican crew.

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