Raul Castro

Biden Adviser Eyes Softer Cuba Policy

Top adviser Frank Mora has pushed to lift sanctions on Castro regime

The Biden administration is relying on an adviser who has pushed to lift critical sanctions against the communist regime in Cuba, sparking outcry from lawmakers and experts.

DeSantis Joins Call for Trump to Indict Raul Castro

Florida lawmakers, activists say Castros ordered 1996 downing of 'Brothers to the Rescue' planes

Rep. Ron DeSantis (R., Fla.) is calling on President Donald Trump to impose more severe economic sanctions against the Cuban government and to indict Raul Castro, the island nation's former president who remains the top leader of the Cuba's Communist Party.

Rubio, Diaz-Balart Call for U.S. Authorities to Indict Raul Castro

Lawmakers want justice for downing of ‘Brothers to the Rescue’ planes, which killed three Americans

Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) and Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R., Fla.) are urging President Trump to direct the Justice Department to review whether to indict former Cuban President Raul Castro for the illegal shoot down in 1996 of two American civilian aircraft that killed three Americans and a U.S. legal resident.

Former Cuban Leader
Fidel Castro Dies Aged 90

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.

Cuba Continues to Block Internet Access

Remains one of the least connected countries in the world

Barack Obama, Raul CastroOne 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.