Panama has asked the US and Britain for help in analysing weapons found on a seized North Korean freighter. Cuba says the arms are its property and that they were being sent to North Korea for repairs.
China has stopped importing North Korean coal, cutting off a vital economic lifeline for the isolated country. What are the implications for N. Korea's economy and the secluded regime's relationship with Beijing?
In the next few days, the prime ministers of Japan and China will visit Havana to talk about trade and investment. The two countries hope to gain a foothold in a market that is still off- limits to US companies.
The Japanese prime minister has called for a strong response to Pyongyang's latest missile tests in a rare meeting with Cuban leader Fidel Castro. Abe is the first Japanese leader to visit the communist country.
Often rumored, now confirmed: Cuba's longtime ruler Fidel Castro has died. The revolutionary died at the age of 90. He leaves behind a questionable legacy.
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