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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

US changing its policy with or without Cuba

U.S. President Barack Obama has shown a new way to design his policy toward Cuba. Will Cuba design a new policy toward the United States?

US firm Sprint signs roaming telecom deal with Cuba

Are you a Sprint customer traveling to Cuba? You'll soon be able to keep your cell phone on.

Obama, Castro call for end to Cuba embargo at UN

U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raúl Castro both called for an end to the U.S. embargo on Havana at the United Nations Monday, on the eve of their scheduled meeting in New York.

Raúl Castro to speak at UN General Assembly for first time

A draft schedule published Tuesday by the United Nations indicated that the Cuban leader would speak on Sept. 28, the same day as U.S. President Barack Obama.

Sparks fly as Cuban flag flutters once again over Washington embassy

A Tico Times reporter reflects on the significance of the Cuban flag's renewed appearance in Washington. Meanwhile, protestors and supporters continue to spar over the island's record and U.S.-Cuba relations.

PHOTOS: Cuba, US reopen embassies to end 54-year estrangement

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A diplomatic freeze that stretched back five decades, outlasting the Cold War and nine U.S. presidencies, officially ended Monday as Cuba and the United States reopened embassies.

Carnival will cruise to Cuba

If Carnival is allowed to dock in Cuba it would be the first time a cruise ship travels between the two countries since they broke off diplomatic relations in 1961.

Obama approves taking Cuba off terror list

If the redesignation is successful, Cuba would again have access to the U.S. banking system, allowing an embassy to be opened and paving the way for further trade between the Cold War foes.

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