US drops Cuba from terror blacklist in landmark move
The White House sees better relations with Cuba as correcting an out of date policy and as a likely signature foreign policy achievement of Obama's presidency. But Republican leader John Boehner slammed the administration for handing "the Castro regime ...
Cuba Not Off Hook, Despite Removal From US Terror List
Boehner: Removal of Cuba from State Terrorism List Gives Castro Regime ...
US drops Cuba from list of state sponsors of terrorism
U.S. News & World Report
Cuba Ready to Exchange Diplomats, Raúl Castro Says
New York Times
MEXICO CITY — The United States and Cuba appear to be edging closer to an agreement to restore full diplomatic ties, with President Raúl Castro of Cuba saying Tuesday that his country was ready to exchange ambassadors once it was formally removed ...
Cuba ready to name US ambassador, Castro says
Raul Castro: US and Cuba ambassadors to be named soon
Why is Castro's Cuba Suddenly Pro-Gay?
New York Times
François Hollande of France Meets Fidel and Raúl Castro in Cuba
New York Times
President François Hollande of France has called for an end to the United States trade embargo against Cuba, where he met with Fidel Castro in the first visit by a Western head of state to Havana since the United States announced plans in December to ...
Hollande meets with Fidel Castro during historic visit to Cuba
France's Hollande meets Fidel and Raul Castro in Havana
Hollande meets Castro brothers in Cuba
Raul Castro's Daughter Mariela Sponsors Blessing Of Cuban Gay Couples
Homosexuals were hounded and persecuted during much of the presidency of Fidel Castro. After handing power to his brother Raul, the elder Castro said he regretted his treatment of gays, and Cuba has been granting increasing rights to gays in recent ...
Castro thanks Pope Francis for brokering thaw between Cuba and US
Castro: Pope Francis So Impressive I Might Return to Church
Raul Castro comes to Vatican to meet Pope Francis
Raul Castro Meets Pope Francis Ahead of US-Cuba Trip
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis, who helped broker a historic thaw between the United States and Cuba, held talks with Cuban President Raul Castro on Sunday ahead of the pontiff's trip to both countries in September. The brother of Cuba's revolutionary ...
Castro 200, Obama 0: While Talks Continue, Beatings Continue
When President Barack Obama junked 60 years of U.S. foreign policy to seek a rapprochement with the Castro regime in Cuba, he was aware that he would be accused of ignoring human rights. After all, the Obama administration got next to nothing for the ...
Why Cuba Matters
Do Cuba's Youth Support the Revolution?
Cuban LGBT advocate challenges Mariela Castro
Mora spoke with the Blade two days after Mariela Castro Espín, daughter of Cuban President Raúl Castro, who directs the National Center for Sexual Education, led an LGBT Pride march in the provincial capital of Las Tunas to commemorate the ...
US-Cuba talks: Looks like a one-way street
Letters: Cuban realities and 'Havana moments'
Obama's Cuban Ignorance Imperils Refugees
Speed Read: Castro Tell-All Calls Cuban Leader a House-Hungry, Hoops ...
Juan Reinaldo Sanchez was part of Castro's elite security team. For 17 years he saw the inner workings of the Cuban leader's life. In 1994, he tried to retire. However, instead of letting him fade away on a farm somewhere, he was imprisoned and tortured.
Serbia's President decorates Fidel Castro
Americans could soon be thanking Fidel Castro for their revolutionary cancer drugs
Cuban health care is a keen topic of debate here in the United States. If your allegiances lie on the left of the political spectrum, you're likely to see the communist government's clinics as godsends — well, Che Guevara-sends — responsible for a ...
US to study Cuba's lung cancer vaccine: What the world can learn from Castro's ...
US to study Cuba's lung cancer vaccine: What the world can learn from Fidel ...
Cuba's new lung cancer treatment could go global as US eases relations with ...
Cuban president's daughter plans a symbolic LGBTQ wedding
HAVANA, May 5 (Reuters) - Cuban gay rights activists led by the daughter of President Raul Castro plan a mass symbolic wedding on Saturday to promote acceptance of gay and transgender Cubans in a country once notoriously hostile toward them.
Castro's situation self-inflicted