The Cuban government refused to give him permission to go to Spain for treatment of liver disease unless he agreed to never return. He refused.

A suit filed in July is the most recent that aims to hold Fidel and Raúl Castro to account for the shootdown of two Brothers to the Rescue aircraft in 1996.

Oscar Espinosa Chepe, a high-level Cuban economist and diplomat who broke with Fidel Castro's government in the 1990s and was imprisoned for dissident activities, died in Spain on Monday. He was 72.

CES söker Research Officer

23 september 2013   Karriär

Centre for European Studies (CES) söker en erfaren och innovativ person till tjänsten som Research Officer, med ansvar för ekonomisk politik, vid kontoret i Bryssel. CES är en del av European People’s Party (EPP).

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The Roberto Carcassés trio will play Saturday night at the Cafe Miramar in Havana.

A Pentagon official said a $40 million undersea cable linking the Guantánamo base to South Florida should be operating in two years.

Holy Cow! A Cuban dairy farmer says one of his cows has given birth to four healthy calves, a highly rare occurrence.

U.S. authorities have repatriated 39 Cuban migrants picked up by the Coast Guard in the waters off the Florida Keys.

The Miami affiliate of National Public Radio is apologizing for canceling an interview with the author of a book about five Cuban intelligence agents.

General Manager John Labonia says the decision to cancel interview with author whose book criticizes the Miami trial of five Cuban spies was wrong