U.S. and Cuba are set to talk about two of America’s most wanted fugitives now that Cuba has been taken off the state sponsors of terrorism list, the State Department announced Wednesday.
Cuba is being removed from a list of state sponsors of terrorism, the White House announced Tuesday, prompting backlash from a South Florida Republican and presidential candidate.
The State Department is expected to recommend Cuba be removed from the state sponsors of terrorism list, according to CNN.
The University of Florida confirmed on Thursday one of their engineering professors had been detained in Abu Dhabi by the United Arab Emirates.
Arthur Sotloff told CBS4’s Peter D’Oench that he and his wife, Shirley, wanted to thank everyone for their prayers and their well wishes.
Two groups are trying to get information about Cuban Exiles detained on the communist island for an alleged terrorist plot.
The United States State Department issued a rare worldwide travel alert to U.S. citizen about a potential terrorist attack, “particularly in the Middle East and North Africa.”
So what does Cuba have in common with Syria and the Sudan? They’re all on the State Department’s list state sponsors of terrorism and feds have no intention of taking them off.
Florida Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen said Tuesday the U.S. must expel the Venezuelan diplomats after the Latin American country allegedly threw out an Air Force attaché earlier in the day.
Now that the Obama White House and senior intelligence officials have reportedly admitted that they approved Susan Rice’s inaccurate talking points about the Benghazi terrorist attack being the reaction to a protest about a film rather than a terrorist attack, the investigation must go on.