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US Embassy In Cuba To Have Reduced Staff PermanentlyThe State Department announced Friday it will continue to staff its embassy in Havana, Cuba, at the minimum level required to perform "core diplomatic and consular functions," due to concerns about "health attacks" on staff.
Cuba Gives Visa To Senior American DiplomatPhilip Goldberg will be the highest-ranking U.S. foreign service officer to serve as charge d'affaires in Havana.
Eldest Son Of Fidel Castro Takes His Own LifeFidel Castro's eldest son took his own life Thursday, Cuban state media reported.
Cubans Celebrate Birth Anniversary Of Independence Hero Jose MartiCubans across the globe are celebrating the birth of Jose Marti
Raul Castro Nominated For Cuba's ParliamentCuba's nominating commissions have chosen their candidates for their next parliament - the group which will select the island nation's next president this year.
Rep. Mario Díaz-Balart: I'll Focus On DACA, Others Can Focus On Trump CommentCongressman Mario Díaz-Balart is being straightforward about President Donald Trump's reported "s***hole countries" comment.
'Many Suffered Serious Injury': Senate Holds Hearing On Cuba 'Sonic' AttacksA Senate committee is trying to get down to the bottom of what happened to U.S. diplomats targeted in alleged 'sonic attacks.'
Rubio To Hold Hearing On 'Sonic Attacks' On U.S. Diplomats In CubaSen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) will hold the first open public hearing Tuesday on the mysterious sonic attacks on U.S. diplomats and other personnel in Cuba.
Raul Castro Is Not Stepping Down Yet, Elections Postponed Cuban leader Raul Castro is not stepping down as planned. Here's why.
AP: Doctors Discover Brain Abnormalities In Cuba Sonic Attack Victims Doctors discovered brain abnormalities while treating victims of a sonic attack in Cuba, according to the Associated Press.
Incident In Uzbekistan Raising Suspicions Russia Involved In Cuba Sonic AttacksIncident involving U.S. officer based at U.S. embassy in Uzbekistan raising suspicions Russia might have been involved in Cuba attacks.
One Year After Fidel Castro's DeathIt was one year ago that former Cuban leader Fidel Castro died. His death sparked celebrations in the streets of Little Havana and days of mourning in Cuba but what has changed, if anything, since then? 

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