Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary leader who built a communist state on the doorstep of the United States and for five decades defied U.S. efforts to topple him, died on Friday, state-run Cuban Television said. He was 90.
The first commercial passenger flight from the United States to Cuba in more than half a century arrived in the central Cuban city of Santa Clara on Wednesday.
One year after the Cuban flag was hoisted above its embassy in Washington, Havana remains one of the least connected global capitals as Raúl Castro’s government continues to block widespread Internet access across the island, a senior State Department official said Wednesday morning.
A Cuban dissident waving an American flag in Havana where a U.S. cruise ship docked Monday was arrested as the boat pulled in.
Fidel Castro denounced President Obama’s attempt to restore relations with Cuba in a 1,500-word letter Sunday, a week after the president’s historic visit to the country.
Terror in Brussels leaves at least 30 dead. Visiting Cuba, President Obama responds. For 51 seconds. Then he gets back to burying the Cold War. Which ended in 1991.