Cuba is a state in the Carribbean, located 150 kilometers (93 miles) from the coast of Florida, US. The former Spanish colony has been a Marxist-Leninist one-Party republic since 1962.
Cuba has 11 Million inhabitants, its society is multiethnic. Ist largest city, Havana, is also the capital. In the 1950 left-wing revoloutionaries around Fidel Castro and Che Guevara brought about a socialist Revolution. This page is an automatic compilation of all DW content related to Cuba.
World in Progress: Difficult Tasks (22.09.2016) Topics this week: Death toll increases in the war on drugs in the Philippines - Protesters in the Amazon gear up for their next challenge- Why it's so difficult to be the head of the UN - Exiled Artists in Little Havana, Miami (Producer/Host: Anke Rasper)
After half a century of blockade policy, the US has started moving to thaw relations with Cuba. But many are still wary of the Cuban regime, including the million plus exile Cubans in the US. On Calle Ocho, known as Miami’s Little Havana, many artists and musicians are not convinced that the Castro regime has changed its ways. (Report: Maria Bakkalapulo)