US President Barack Obama begins a historic visit to Cuba on Sunday, following his announcement in 2015 that he intended to normalize relations with the communist island nation after more than 50 years. While many are pleased, others are skeptical.
The humble bicycle is gradually shedding its grim association with Cuba's economic crisis and making a comeback buoyed by demand from tourists and Cubans frustrated by poor public transportation.
From communist fighters to capitalist consumerism: 50 years after the death of Che Guevara, the revolutionary leader's legacy shines less brightly. Today it's social movements that are continuing the fight.
The US decided to withdraw more than half its diplomats from Havana last Friday due to mysterious health attacks. Now, it wants Cuba to do the same.
The United States is withdrawing more than half of its diplomatic staff from its embassy in Cuba after mysterious health "attacks" on US personnel. The Cuban government criticized the "hasty" decision.
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