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Cuba's anointed president could lose more power with constitutional reforms supported by Castro

Cuba's President Miguel Díaz-Canel, left, and former Cuban President Raúl Castro, wave national flags as they watch the May Day parade file past at Revolution Square, in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, May 1, 2018.
Mexican company says pilot error to blame for Cuba air crash that killed 112 people, but investigation is ongoing
Many in Latin America can’t find the motivation to work hard and prosper
Confessed al-Qaida terrorist to Army judge: Guantánamo war court's a ‘covfefe’
Behind closed doors, Guantánamo secret court talks about the CIA, torture and rights
Haiti’s maternal mortality rates among the highest. So why is this hospital closing?
Miami Herald’s Jacqueline Charles wins Maria Moors Cabot Prize
With little public transportation, Venezuelans resort to dangerous, illegal ‘kennels’ to get around
Colombia has billions in sunken treasure lying off its coast. But who owns it?


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