El Nuevo Herald identified at least 25 companies registered in the Bahamas, Panama and the British Virgin Islands linked to Cuba appearing in the records of the Mossack Fonseca , the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers .
Cuban companies in Panama Papers
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Juan Gabriel Valdés, who is currently Chile's ambassador to the United States and led the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) from 2004-2006, talks about Latin America's role in Haiti.
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Cubans and tourists are reacting to the announcement that drastically reduce the staff of the US Embassy in Havana and will suspend the issuance of visas for Cubans who wish to travel to the United States.
Stretches of the famed Malecón boulevard are still closed for repairs and seaside businesses show the scars of 30-foot waves that crashed through the seawall during Hurricane Irma. But tourists have returned to the capital, even as areas hit hard by the storm continue to struggle.
Coast Guard Investigative Service Agents, Coast Guard Law Enforcement teams, Federal Emergency Management Agency crews, Red Cross crews, Puerto Rico Emergency Management Agency crews and Puerto Rico police officers distribute 3,000 meals and 4,500 liters of water Sept. 27, 2017, in Humacoa, Puerto Rico. The Coast Guard continues to work with FEMA, the Red Cross and other federal and local partners to distribute relief across Puerto Rico. (Coast Guard video)
U.S. Customs & Border Protection began construction on eight prototype border walls in San Diego, California, about two miles east of the Otay Mesa border crossing with Mexico, on September 26. The prototypes were between 18 and 30 feet high and 30 feet long. Four were planned to be made of concrete while the others would use a range of materials. Completion of the wall prototype construction was expected to take about 30 days.
The crew of a US Customs and Border helicopter provided medical aid to three people who signaled for assistance by painting the word “help” on the roof of their home in Puerto Rico on September 24. The crew landed the Black Hawk helicopter on a mountain top and then trekked down a road that had been swept away by the landslide to reach the home. The video shows an aerial view of the roof with “HELP” painted on it, and crew stepping over fallen trees and underbrush before arriving and tending to the family.