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Mexican president pitches regional block similar to European Union

As the host of a summit, president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, told nearly 20 presidents and prime ministers attending the meeting of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States

Mexican president pitches regional block similar to European Union

Hurricane Ida lashes Cuba

Forecasters estimate that Ida, which formed as a tropical storm in the Caribbean on 26 August, is expected to hit the US on Sunday

Hurricane Ida lashes Cuba

Cuba legalizes small and medium enterprises in boost for private sector

The Cuban government approved a law authorizing the creation of small and medium enterprises (SMEs)

Cuba legalizes small and medium enterprises in boost for private sector

Cuba blames US for Molotov cocktail attack at Paris embassy

Cuba denounced the targeting of its Paris embassy on Monday as a "terrorist attack" encouraged by the United States after the building was bombarded with Molotov cocktails

Cuba blames US for Molotov cocktail attack at Paris embassy

Russia warns against 'outside interference' after Cuba protests

Russian diplomate did not explain who might be trying to interfere in Cuba, but the warning appeared directed at the United States, which has urged Cuba not to target protesters

Russia warns against 'outside interference' after Cuba protests

Cuban engineers' dreams take flight with home-grown drones

It is the creation of a group of engineers keen to develop cheap, local alternatives to foreign-made technology on the communist island under US sanctions since 1962

Cuban engineers' dreams take flight with home-grown drones

CIA planned to kill Raul Castro in 1960: Declassified documents

The CIA made its first known attempt to assassinate a leader of the Cuban revolution in 1960, offering $10,000 to a pilot flying Raul Castro from Prague to Havana to arrange an "accident," according ...

CIA planned to kill Raul Castro in 1960: Declassified documents

Climate change shrinks marine life richness near equator

During some summers, as the Caribbean water temperatures climb, the luminous coral colonies of gold, green and blue that ring the island nation of Cuba give way to patches of skeletal white.

A view of a coral colony on the coast of Havana, Cuba, 28 March, 2021

Squeezed by sanctions, pandemic, Cuba finally opens up economy

Cuba is undergoing a paradigm shift: after decades of tight, centralised control, the communist government is opening up the bulk of its economy to the private sector

Squeezed by sanctions, pandemic, Cuba finally opens up economy
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