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Sword Of Damocles In The Cold War

By Tania Bhattacharya Some political murders have successfully created a void within the nation, and altered its path in history, such as the 1986 killing...

Castro Gang Murders: How Cuba Eliminated An Opposition

By Tania Bhattacharya Revolutions Devour Their Own Children - Jacques Mallet du Pan To most people familiar with the Cuban Revolution, there are two men who...

Cuba Studying Potential Use of Cryptocurrency to Boost its Economy

Cuba's Communist government said on Tuesday it was studying the potential use of cryptocurrency as part of a series of measures to boost its...

US Sanctions on Cuba Deterring American Firms from Exploring Its Telecommunications Sector

U.S. sanctions on Cuba are deterring American firms from exploring its telecommunications sector even as Washington seeks to expand internet access on the Communist-run...

Saudi Arabia, Cuba on List of World’s Worst Fighters of Human Trafficking

Saudi Arabia and Cuba are now on a list of countries the United States considers derelict in their responsibilities to combat human trafficking, raising...

Trump Bans on Cruises to Cuba Originates Chaos for US Travellers

The Trump administration banned cruises to Cuba under new restrictions on U.S. travel to the Caribbean island imposed on Tuesday to pressure its Communist...

Cuba Gets Nationwide Internet For A Day

Cuba’s government said it provided free internet to the Communist-run island’s more than 5 million cellphone users on Tuesday, in an eight-hour test before...

Mysterious Health Incidents Affect 1 More American in Cuba

One more U.S. Embassy employee in Havana, Cuba, has been affected by mysterious health incidents, the State Department said. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said...

Guantanamo Bay Could be the Place for Some Foreign Fighters

U.S. defense officials appear willing to send more captured terrorists to the country’s detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, but see the prison as...

Cuba Invites United Nations human rights Investigator for first time in decade regarding Human Trafficking

Geneva, April 7, 2017: Cuba has agreed to a visit by a United Nations human rights investigator for the first time in decade, inviting...

Cuba allows Internet access at Home, a rarity in a Country with one of the lowest Internet penetration Rates in the World

HAVANA, Dec 31, 2016: Downtown Havana resident Margarita Marquez says she received a special Christmas gift this year: web access at home, a rarity in...

Colombian Guerrilla group releases Spanish Journalist after week-long captivity

Hernandez went missing on May 21 in a remote region near border with Venezuela Salud Hernandez and Two other journalist were released by...

Michelle Obama wears Kashmiri gown in Cuba

New York:  Michelle Obama chose a floral gown made of Kashmiri fabric and embroidery by Indian-American designer Naeem Khan for dinner on the concluding day...

Obama set to visit Cuba- first in 90 years by a US President

President Obama is all set to visit Cuba next month on March 21. VOA reports: "Barack Obama is set to become the first sitting American...

8 things India needs to learn from Cuba on women empowerment

By Meghna Most of us, by now, will be familiar with the contents of the open letter which Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal wrote to...

Heavy symbolism: Cuba’s reopened embassy in US to use original Cuban flag that was taken down in 1961

Havana/Washington:  Cuban government is preparing to reopen its embassy in Washington on Monday with the original Cuban flag that was taken down in 1961,...

US, Cuba to re-establish diplomatic ties on Monday

  Washington: The US and Cuba will on Monday re-establish diplomatic relations after half a century of enmity. Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez will make a historic...

Cuba becomes the first country to eliminate mother-to-child HIV: WHO

Havana: Cuba on Tuesday became the first country in the world to eradicate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to newborn, according to...

US and Cuba set to re-open their embassies in each other’s capitals

Washington: The US and Cuba are on Wednesday scheduled to announce the reopening of embassies in Washington and Havana for the first time in...

Colombian guerrillas to embrace Gandhism, ready for peace talks with Cuba

Havana: Colombian guerrillas are now holding peace talks with their government here in Cuba have agreed to embrace Gandhism, the Art of Living said...

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Solomon Islands To Ban Facebook For National Unity

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50% Male Employees Agree Bias Against Women in Workplace

More than 50 percent of the men feel that there is an increased bias against women at the workplace, said a new survey. According to...