A Miami-based group opposed to the Castro government praised President Trump’s appointment of a new director of the U.S.-taxpayer-funded broadcasting operation directed at the Cuban people but wants the administration to impose additional restrictions on Havana.
U.S. officials are continuing to stress the “urgent need” for the Cuban government to identify the source of mysterious sonic attacks on U.S. diplomats in Havana nearly a year after the State Department first publicly acknowledged they had occurred.
The latest American employee evacuated from a U.S. consulate in China after suffering from mysterious neurological symptoms is accusing State Department officials of failing to inform him and others about another employee’s similar health concerns until a month after the other staffer was evacuated.
Employees at the American consulate in Guanzhou, China have fallen ill and exhibited symptoms similar to those displayed by U.S. workers in Cuba, who in 2016 also heard strange noises.
President Donald Trump released a message on Sunday commemorating Cuban Independence Day and taking aim at the country’s communist regime.
The State Department abruptly postponed an internal forum on Cuba planned for this Friday following complaints from Republicans on Capitol Hill and conservative foreign-policy experts that it featured only Castro apologists and opponents of President Donald Trump’s stricter policies toward Havana.
Several Cuban-American lawmakers are decrying a State Department decision to grant visas to a troupe of Castro-backed Cuban artists who are scheduled to appear at the Kennedy Center.
An ABC News journalist carried out an affair with Fidel Castro at the same time the Cuban leader was considered an enemy of the United States, according to a new Politico Magazine piece.