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"The Obama administration's policies toward Cuba have enabled the Cuban colonization of Venezuela today."
The crew of the Carnival Fantasy worked with the US Coast Guard to rescue 23 people who were adrift in the Gulf of Mexico for more than 3 days.
On Thursday, Google and Cuban telecoms giant ETECSA signed a deal with the hopes of improving the country's lackluster internet.
Winter is drawing in in the northern hemisphere.
The sound of Indes short-tailed crickets, echoing and reverberating indoors, is very similar to recordings of "sonic attacks" in Cuba.
The newly released JFK files detail things like Lee Harvey Oswald's activities before the shooting and bizarre tip-offs before Kennedy's and Oswald's deaths.
Cuban President Miguel Dizz-Canel becomes first Cuban president to support gay marriage. The news comes as Cubans vote on a new constitution to that defines marriage as between "people" over a "man and a woman."
Cuba has notoriously bad Internet. It's slow, expensive for the local population to use, and primarily provided through crowded government-approved Wi-Fi hotspots. Here's what to do if you visit.
Microwave weapons may have caused the mysterious brain injuries suffered by US diplomats in Cuba and China — here’s how they might work
A focused beam of microwave radiation can make even deaf listeners sense pulsing sounds. It's possible that such a beam might also cause nerve or brain damage, like that found in the brains of US diplomats in Cuba and China.
The Obama administration's initial contacts with Cuba in 2013 and 2014 were carried out in secret, but Russia apparently found out about the talks and made its displeasure known.