During a speech before the DNC, presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee bragged to the audience that he once sat down for dinner with Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
A popular wifi zone is in front of the Havana Libre hotel, which was a Hilton before Fidel Castro seized it. Image: David Osit for Motherboard It’s easy to know when you’ve encountered a wifi hotspot in Cuba, if only because they’re the only places that feel even remotely like you’re walking through an American city. Show More Summary
This article first appeared on The Conversation. Thirty-eight years ago, Jimmy Carter and Fidel Castro agreed to open downgraded embassies called Interest Sections in Havana and Washington, D.C. Carter’s intent was to normalize relations...Show More Summary
Fidel Castro marked his 89th birthday Thursday by insisting the United States owes Cuba “many millions of dollars” because of the half-century-old American trade embargo. Castro spoke out in an essay published in local media a day before US Secretary of State John Kerry makes a historic...
The former leader spoke out against the U.S. in an essay published in the local media
HAVANA (Reuters) - Retired Cuban President Fidel Castro celebrated his 89th birthday on Thursday with two of his country's closest leftist allies from Latin America, a day ahead of a historic visit by the U.S. secretary of state.
Fidel Castro repeats claim US owes Cuba "millions of dollars" just hours before John Kerry arrives for Havana ceremony.
Castro marked his 89th birthday with a newspaper column repeating assertions that the U.S. owes socialist Cuba “numerous millions of dollars” for damages caused by its decades-long embargo.
With the U.S. and Cuba on speaking terms, some Americans who fled Fidel Castro's revolution in the 1960s want back what they left behind
In a newspaper column, the former Cuban president says "Cuba is owed compensation equivalent to damages" because of the decades-long U.S. embargo.
John Kerry arrives in Havana tomorrow to reopen the American embassy, and Fidel Castro apparently wants him to bring a fat wallet. In an essay for his 89th birthday, Castro complains that the US owes his country lots and lots of money because of the trade embargo that's been in...
Got to love how all this stuff blows up in Obama’s face. Arrogance and naivety will do it every time. Fidel Castro marked his 89th birthday Thursday by insisting the United States owes Cuba “many millions of dollars” because of the half-century-old American trade embargo. Of course, given how poorly they negotiated the deal with […]
Now that Obama has foolishly “normalized” relations with the murderous Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro is naturally demanding that the USA pay him “many millions of dollars” because of the 50-year
For decades, Florida's Cuban exile community has ensured that the United States maintained its tough policy toward the island nation. From Miami, these fierce opponents of Fidel Castro plotted to overthrow the Cuban dictator and channeled funds to dissidents. Show More Summary
The daughter of former Cuban President Fidel Castro will address US agriculture businesses.
A group of 100 Cuban protesters were arrested in Havana today by Barack Obama’s new buddy, Communist dictator Fidel Castro. The protesters were all wearing paper Obama masks and were
Fact Check: Did Fidel Castro predict that negotiations with the United States would only resume when America had a black president and the world had a Latin American pope?
I’ve only visited Cuba once, in late 2013, so it’s hard to say for sure what kinds of changes Raul Castro has brought to the island since he took the wheel from his brother Fidel, but it appeared at that time that little had changed....Show More Summary
Mary Hemingway and Fidel Castro with your reporter! all photos by Jay You saw the news today......after 54 years the U.S. has restored diplomatic relations with Cuba, with embassies being reopened in both countries. Which brought to mind my trip to Cuba some years ago with Mary Hemingway, the fourth and last wife of America's most famous novelist. Show More Summary
Much has changed since Fidel Castro arrived in Cuba on the Granma yacht in 1956. By Otaviano Canuto, Samuel George and Cornelius Fleischhaker Today, July 20, 2015, Cuba and the United States reopened embassies in Washington and Havana for the first time in decades, marking a crucial step towards the normalization of relations. Show More Summary