Category: Cuba

About Cuba’s Water Shortages and Other Needs | Havana Times

Why Did Jeffrey Epstein Visit Cuba on Fidel Castro’s Personal Invitation?

Bill on unrestricted travel to Cuba: Building the “momentum” | OnCuba News – English

Cuban government imposes price controls as it seeks to keep lid on inflation | Article [AMP] | Reuters Vladimir Putin sets sights on Cuba as Trump’s war of words with Havana backfires Vladimir Putin sets sights on Cuba as Trump’s war of words with Havana backfires.

Christian women’s conference in Cuba goes ahead despite pastor being threatened if so

A Cuban pastor has been threatened because his church was hosting a women’s conference. Alain Toledano Valiente is a leader in the Apostolic Movement, an unregistered Protestant denomination in Cuba. The pastor was summoned to a police station on Wednesday,

Cuba and a New Special Period on the Horizon: Possible Responses from Havana | Havana Times

HAVANA TIMES – An old man eats a typical Cuban meal in a workers’ canteen, in front of TV cameras. TV viewers didn’t think too much of it: white rice, black bean stew, avocado salad and a juicy pork steak.

Coast Guard stops 27 Cuban migrants south of Florida – Story | WOFL

MIAMI (AP) – The U.S. Coast Guard says it stopped 27 Cuban migrants aboard a ship about 5 miles south of Florida. The ship stopped south of Key West last weekend had 22 men, four women and a child aboard.All were

Building Ag Trade with Cuba is a Long Road | Successful Farming

Paul Johnson has a passion for Cuba. Not only has he lived there, but also he is focused on building trade between the U.S. and Cuba, despite an embargo and limits on agricultural trade. Johnson is the chair of the

Congress Finally Challenges the Cuba Travel Ban | The Nation

The bipartisan bill I will introduce on Monday is about the right of Americans, not Cubans, to travel,” Senator Patrick Leahy stated, as he prepared to introduce the “Freedom for Americans to Travel to Cuba Act of 2019” this week.