Tag Archives: Cuba–United States relations

12Dec/16

Google signs internet deal with Cuba’s telecommunications monopoly

Google signed an agreement with the Cuban government on Monday granting internet users in the country quicker access to its branded content.
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27Nov/16

Angolans remember ‘son of Africa’ Fidel Castro

Angola remembers Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary who died on Friday aged 90.

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26Nov/16

Fidel Castro, lion of the 20th century, dead at 90

Fidel Castro, the son of a wealthy landowner, turned his back on a life of privilege to lead the Cuban revolution and earn a place in history that was glorious to some, notorious to others, but finally the product of prodigious talents and boundless ego.

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17Sep/16

Millennials lead private media opening in Cuba

Cuba’s state media monopoly is under assault as web-based news outlets challenge official news on the island nation.

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20Sep/15

Fidel Castro meets with Pope Francis

Pope Francis meets with Cuba’s revolutionary leader Fidel Castro as the Caribbean nation and the United States enter a new era of closer ties.

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20Jul/15

Cuban flag raised at embassy in Washington

(REUTERS) – The Cuban flag was raised at Havana’s embassy in Washington, DC, at 10:30 a.m. (1430 GMT) for the first time in 54 years on Monday (July 20).
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02Jul/15

Foreign tourists say “Cuban ethos” may fade with American influx

(REUTERS / RESTRICTED POOL) – Hundreds of thousands of U.S. tourists may soon descend on Cuba’s colonial cities.

…Because the United States and Cuba have formally agreed to restore diplomatic relations on July 20.
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01Jul/15

Cuba, USA formally agree to restore diplomatic ties severed 54 years ago

U.S Secretary of State John Kerry formally announces the reopening of the American embassy in Cuba, saying it is an “important step on the road to restoring fully normal relations”.

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10Apr/15

Obama-Castro in historic summit

(R Reports) – U.S. President Barack Obama arrived in Panama as news broke that the U.S. is poised to remove Cuba from its list of state sponsors of terrorism.

The move would be a huge breakthrough in relations between the two countries.
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