Cuban leader Miguel Diaz-Canel visited Russia and several Asian countries. In North Korea, he got a very warm welcome. He toured Pyongyang with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and attended a military parade and a dance, gymnastics and karate show.
Cuban diplomats and supporters disrupted a UN meeting spotlighting country's political prisoners, banging on tables and shouting in Spanish "Cuba Yes, US Blockade No!" It was impossible to hear US Deputy Ambassador Kelley Currie and other officials.
Ambassador John Bolton was asked by Univision anchor, Ambrosio Hernandez, about reporting by McClatchy that the White House is considering allowing Cuban Americans to sue for island properties left behind.