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In Cuba, a final sentence for 33 more July 11 protesters

Another 33 participants in the July 11 and 12 demonstrations in Cuba received their final sentences, bringing to 414 the number of people convicted...

US calls Cuba ‘failed state’ after widespread protests

President Joe Biden said Thursday the United States was considering ways to force open internet access in Cuba, which he called a failed state as the communist leadership faces down the biggest protests in memory.

Cuban Embassy in Costa Rica suspends activities due to demonstrations

The Cuban Embassy in Costa Rica temporarily closed its doors this Wednesday, in the face of continuous protests by Cuban residents against the island's government

Anti-government protests erupt in Cuba

The anti-government rallies erupted spontaneously in several cities as the country endures its worst economic crisis in 30 years, with chronic shortages of electricity and food.

Prevented from entering Havana, Cuban journalist asks for refuge in Costa Rica

A week after Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís saw off one of the last flights of the Cuban migrant airlift, hundreds more Cuban migrants mass again at the southern border with Panama.

Cuba faces challenge of attracting tourists amid ongoing pandemic

Closed to commercial flights since March 24, Havana reopened just in time for peak season (November-April).

Costa Rican government applauds U.S. decision to stop ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy on Cuban migrants

The Costa Rican government gave a thumbs up to the U.S. decision to repeal the 'Wet foot, dry foot' policy for Cuban migrants.

End of an era as revolutionary Fidel Castro dies

Fidel Castro's death has unleashed a wide variety of drastically different reactions.

US restores regular flights to Cuba

On Tuesday, the Treasury Department was to invite U.S. airlines to submit applications to be allocated the new flights. American Airlines, Delta, United Airlines and JetBlue have previously expressed an interest in running regular flights to Cuba.

Five freed in US-Cuba rapprochement back in custody: rights group

Five dissidents freed as Havana launched a high-profile diplomatic rapprochement with the United States are back in custody in Cuba, a human rights group said Monday.
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