Magazine Teases Trump Did Business With Cuba When It Was IllegalNewsweek Magazine is teasing a story out Thursday that Donald Trump did business with Cuba at a time when it would have been illegal.
New Pictures Of Fidel Castro Meeting With Chinese PremierFormer Cuban leader Fidel Castro received a high-profile visitor at his home in Havana on Sunday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
Fidel Castro Turns 90, Criticizes Obama, Thanks CubaOn his 90th birthday, Fidel Castro wrote a long letter thanking Cubans for their support and once again criticizing President Barack Obama.
Top Cuba Diplomat: Obama Trip Positive, Created MomentumCuba's top diplomat on U.S. affairs says President Barack Obama's trip to Cuba advanced the normalization of relations between the Cold War foes and created momentum for more cooperation on agriculture, medicine and law enforcement.
Cuban Media Releases New Pictures Of Fmr. Leader Fidel CastroCuban state media has released new images of Fidel Castro.
Clueless In Cuba? Khloe Kardashian Poses Under 'Fidel' SignThe Kardashians are in Cuba.
Raul Castro Remains Head Of Cuban Communist PartyCuban leader Raul Castro will remain head of the Communist Party for another five years.
Fmr. Cuban Leader Fidel Castro Appears On State TelevisionFormer Cuban leader Fidel Castro made a rare public appearance on state television following last month's visit by President Barack Obama.
Fidel Castro's Response To Obama's Trip To CubaFidel Castro had a few words on President Barack Obama's historic visit to the island nation last week.
Ramon Castro, Cuban President's Older Brother, DiesCuban state media say that Ramon Castro, the older brother of Cuban revolutionary leaders Fidel and Raul Castro, has died at age 91.
Priest Says Too Soon To Tell Pope’s Impact On CubaOne of Pope Francis’ main objectives when he visited Cuba was to create more space for the Catholic Church on the communist island country. Did he do it? One local priest says it is too soon to tell.
Some Cubans Think The Pope Should Speak Louder About Human RightsAt least twice on Monday the Pope discretely called attention to religious persecution in Cuba.

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