A proposed constitutional reform would divide power in post-Castro Cuba. President Miguel Díaz-Canel would have to share authority with a prime minister and a more powerful head of the national assembly, if changes are approved in a referendum.
The Mexican company that leased a Boeing 737 to Cuba’s national airline company says pilot error caused the fiery Havana crash that killed 112 people. Cuba, the lead investigator, still hasn’t released its official findings on the crash and its investigating commission says it is too early to speculate on what caused the crash.
Over 300 have been killed and 3,000 wounded by Nicaragua’s police agents since April’s protests began against Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo, opposition leaders say.
Seven Florida Republicans sent a letter to President Donald Trump asking him to hold Raúl Castro accountable for the 1996 shoot-down of two Brothers to the Rescue planes, resulting in the deaths of four Floridians. The members of Congress say Castro should be indicted for murder.
Venezuelan oil production is dropping rapidly and the government has no money to buy food, medicines or consumer goods, but there's one item the socialist regime of Nicolas Maduro does not appear willing to sacrifice at all: oil subsidies to Cuba
The Cuban government has issued measures to limit the accumulation of wealth by Cuban private business owners. Cubans may own only one private enterprise, and higher taxes and restrictions will be imposed on self-employment endeavors.
Satellite imagery shows a less organized Hurricane Beryl as it gets closer to the Caribbean islands on Saturday, July 7, 2018. The latest tracking map shows Beryl approaching Puerto Rico and Haiti by Sunday night or early Monday.
Satellite imagery of Hurricane Beryl as it makes its way toward the Caribbean islands on Friday, July 6, 2018. At 11 a.m., Beryl was located about 1,045 miles east, southeast of the Lesser Antilles, moving west at 15 mph.
A 33-year-old Norwegian Cruise Line crew member who went overboard Saturday 28 miles northwest of Pinar Del Rio, Cuba was found Sunday by Carnival Glory. The Coast Guard searched 1,630 square miles for him while he was missing.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has notified Congress that he intends to suspend a section of the Helms-Burton Act that allows owners of confiscated property to bring suits against those profiting from the holdings. The action takes effect August 1.
A Cuban exile group is forwarding complaints to federal authorities about alleged human-rights violators in Cuba who now live in the United States, with the goal of deporting people who participated in acts of violence and harassment on the island. .
Since early June, the U.S. government has been conducting interviews at its embassy here for Cubans seeking U.S. immigrant visas, and those visa applicants are now in the shopping mix too. While applying for their visas, some figure they may as well make purchases and re-sell them in Cuba to help pay for their trips.