The UN has again voted overwhelmingly to condemn the United States’ embargo against the island, with only America and Israel voting against.
Through myopia, paranoia and arrogance, America has consistently created its own enemies and harmed other peoples in the interest of empire. Yet again, China is becoming an enemy, a role it doesn’t want but can’t refuse.
The UN General Assembly called for the 31st time on the United States to end its decades-long trade embargo against Cuba. The non-binding resolution was approved by 187 countries.
Washington at risk of being ‘out-competed’ by Beijing’s aggressive investment in the region, particularly in critical infrastructure like 5G.
Latin American nations are strengthening relations with China amid a belief that Washington’s focus turned to the Middle East and now the Indo-Pacific.
White House worked to ‘get some context downgraded’ before revealing that the Cuban base has existed since 2019.
A Biden administration official said the US intelligence community has been aware of China’s spying from Cuba and a larger effort to set up intelligence-gathering operations around the globe for some time.
Denials of imminent threat to national security cap a day marked by fresh calls in Washington for tougher stance against Beijing.
Gary Prado Salmon was in charge of a patrol in southwestern Bolivia on October 8, 1967, that captured the Argentine revolutionary and Bolivia’s Congress declared him a national hero.
Evidence casts doubt on suspicions that Russia or another country is using directed energy attacks on American personnel around the world, officials say.
A news outlet reported the singer started throwing the bills from a car in front of a Havana hotel where he was staying, while others said he dropped cash from a hotel window.
Group messaging has become one popular avenue for people to find goods unavailable in stores as internet usage booms on the communist-governed island.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel will visit Beijing, where he is expected to meet President Xi Jinping, as the final stop on a mission to secure support for crisis-stricken Caribbean country.
Agenda and guest list not finalised until days before, a controversy that could have been defused if handled earlier: one critic calls it ‘amateur hour’.
The United States is this week hosting the 2022 Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles. But President Joe Biden faced a struggle to make a success of a summit plagued by problems before it even began.
The US easing of restrictions against Cuba ‘is a small step in the right direction,’ the country’s minister of foreign affairs said.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, in his remarks in Cuba’s capital Havana, also said he would keep pushing for the US to lift its decades-old embargo against Cuba.
Mohamedou Ould Slahi, whose story was told in the hit film The Mauritanian, is seeking US$28 million for the damages he suffered.
American diplomats and their families had suffered symptoms possibly caused by ‘directed, pulsed radio frequency energy’.
Russia raised the stakes in its dispute with the West over Ukraine and Nato’s expansion when a top diplomat refused to rule out a military deployment to Cuba and Venezuela.
Cuban authorities squash opposition hopes of building on the massive demonstrations that roiled the island in July.
Advocates say an ‘orderly departure programme’, like those previously run in Vietnam and Cuba, could offer safe passage out of Afghanistan for would-be refugees.
With increase in suspected directed-energy attacks against American officials, senators seek new NSC coordinator position and medical care for victims.
The US Treasury Department said the sanctions were a reaction to ‘actions to suppress peaceful, pro-democratic protests in Cuba that began on July 11.’
Thousands attended the rally in Havana on Saturday to denounce the US trade embargo and reaffirm their support for Cuba’s revolution.
Cuba’s government has been shaken by island-wide anti-government street demonstrations and responded by unleashing a wave of repression.
Protesters voiced grievances over high prices, food shortages and power outages, while some also called for a change in the government.
More than 100 people, including independent journalists and dissidents, have been arrested after unprecedented anti-government protests in Cuba, with some remaining in custody.
Internet monitoring firm NetBlocks said Cuba had restricted access to Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Telegram since Monday.