Category: Cuba

The Hill: Cuba faces the next migration crisis | TheHill

Along Fifth Avenue in Havana, the old stately homes are now embassies. These days they stand out not only because of their flags and seals, but because of the throngs of visa applicants desperately trying to find a way out

Cuba’s generosity after Chernobyl

Millions have watched Chernobyl, the TV series about the 1986 nuclear meltdown, and your coverage has been extensive (Report, 13 June). But an important related story has not had a mention at this time of renewed interest. Following the catastrophe,

Miami Herald: Cuban doctors: A modern-day slavery enterprise | Opinion

Throughout the last few months, there has been increasing evidence of Cuba’s involvement in the Western Hemisphere. Cuba’s core contribution? Its people. Whether narcotrafficking, supporting foreign military operations, or responding to humanitarian needs with medical doctors, the Cuban regime is

Cuba’s worsening food shortages – CNN Video

Cuba’s worsening food shortages As the US increases sanctions, and the economy of Cuba’s ally Venezuela implodes, Cubans are feeling the pain. CNN’s Patrick Oppmann reports.