Cuba

August 31, 2009 3:36 PM

Pastor threatened because of association with dissidents

Baptist pastor José Carlos Pérez says he has been warned not to preach against the government.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Hurricane Irma's impact on Havana 1:23

Hurricane Irma's impact on Havana

Hurricane Irma storm surge crashes through doorway in Anguilla 0:21

Hurricane Irma storm surge crashes through doorway in Anguilla

Police investigate shooting of a man and woman in Richmond Heights 0:57

Police investigate shooting of a man and woman in Richmond Heights

Puerto Rico National Guard Soldiers bring supplies to Vieques and Culebra 0:41

Puerto Rico National Guard Soldiers bring supplies to Vieques and Culebra

Trump: Kneeling during national anthem 'disgraceful' 1:23

Trump: Kneeling during national anthem 'disgraceful'

Protesters disrupt GOP health care hearing 0:21

Protesters disrupt GOP health care hearing

Haslem reacts to reports Wade could sign with Cleveland 2:07

Haslem reacts to reports Wade could sign with Cleveland

Miami Dolphins players comment on their protest before the Jets game 3:34

Miami Dolphins players comment on their protest before the Jets game

Massive crocodile sighting shuts down neighborhood streets 1:47

Massive crocodile sighting shuts down neighborhood streets

Top NCAA basketball coaches charged as FBI uncovers bribery scheme involving major sportswear company 3:28

Top NCAA basketball coaches charged as FBI uncovers bribery scheme involving major sportswear company

  • Irma rides coast of Cuba toward Florida

    Hurricane Irma was about 80 miles from Caba Lucrecia, Cuba, on Friday morning, September 8, with 150mph winds. Forecasters said a Sunday morning landfall in south Florida was likely for the Category 4 storm.