The second member of the Cuban Five spy ring that was released Thursday was back in Miami Friday under heavy protection from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Another member of the “Cuban Five” spy ring was released from a United States prison after spending the last 15 years behind bars.
Huber Matos Benitez, who was a key leader in the late 1950’s Cuban Revolution to overthrow Fulgencio Batista, but later became an outspoken opponent of Fidel Castro, died Thursday at the age of 95.
A group of former Cuban sugar mill owners, who sought refuge in the U.S. after their lands and property were seized in the 1959 Cuban revolution, have entered fray after an interview earlier this month in which billionaire sugar baron Alfonso Fanjul spoke publicly for the first time about his thoughts on expanding his business into Cuba.
The term hacking has a negative connotation, but a group of technology experts gathering in Miami will try to come up with ways to improve Internet access and information in Cuba.
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro has been welcoming several foreign dignitaries into the communist country over the past few days.
Fidel Castro, Cuba’s former leader, made a rare public appearance Wednesday night to attend the opening of an art gallery in Havana.
While January 1 is a day of celebration for many, for exiled Cubans, it’s a somber anniversary of the communist revolution on the Caribbean island.
It was a toast repeated yearly since the family arrived from Cuba in the 1960s. Gustavo Pérez Firmat’s family uttered the toast as a wish they anxiously waited to fulfill.
In his first trip outside of Cuba since 2000, Elian Gonzalez denounced the U.S. embargo against Cuba at a youth conference in Quito, Ecuador.