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Cuba to ration more products due to economic crisis, US sanctions
Communist-run Cuba said on Friday it would control more the sales of certain foodstuff and hygiene products, including adding some back to the ration card, due to shortages that it blamed partly on the tightening of the US trade embargo.
Iran condemns US policies on Cuba
Spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry Abbas Mousavi censured Thursday the United States for its hostile policies on Cuba.
Spain lashes out at Trump over Cuba, Venezuela
FM accuses US administration of acting like ‘a cowboy’
Spain's foreign minister on Wednesday lashed out at Washington's decision to lift a ban on lawsuits in US courts over property confiscated by Cuba, calling the move an "abuse of power" that would lead to a "legal battle".
Boeing 737 slides off runway into Florida river, 21 hurt
A Boeing jetliner with 143 people aboard from the US outpost at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, slid off a runway into a shallow river in Jacksonville, Florida, on Friday while attempting to land at a military base there during a thunderstorm, injuring 21 people.
EU, Canada vow to fight new US sanctions on Cuba
The European Union and Canada have warned of reprisals after the United States for the first time allowed lawsuits against foreign companies operating in Cuba, including EU and Canadian firms.
EU, Canada vow to fight new US sanctions on Cuba
The European Union and Canada have warned of reprisals after the United States for the first time allowed lawsuits against foreign companies operating in Cuba, including EU and Canadian firms.
Castro: Cuba won’t abandon Venezuela despite US blackmail
Cuban Communist Party leader Raul Castro says his country will never cease supporting its ally Venezuela under pressure by the United States, which has threatened Havana with more sanctions over its support of the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Russia cements Cuba ties with aviation fleet overhaul
Russia says it will help Cuba overhaul its flag carrier, Cubana de Aviacion, which is hardly hit by persisting US economic sanctions against the Caribbean island country.
Cuba celebrates 60 years since Castro's communist revolution
Cuba celebrated the 60th anniversary of its communist revolution with its leader Raul Castro criticizing the United States for returning to an outdated path of confrontation with the island nation.
Cuba interested in Iran-EU clearing mechanism
Cuba expressed interest in a plan by the European Union to create a mechanism to get round US sanctions against Iran, saying it hopes the mechanism would also help it sidestep the trade embargo that Washington has imposed on it for decades now.
Russia, Cuba urge US to rethink exit from nuclear arms pact
Russia and Cuba on Friday called on the United States to reconsider its intention to withdraw from a Cold War-era nuclear arms treaty, saying the move would have extremely negative consequences for international security.
Cuba to study whether climate change is hurting sugar harvests
Cuba is studying whether to adjust its sugar-harvest calendar in response to damaging changes in the island's climate, an official newspaper reported Saturday.
Cuba’s storm Alberto death toll rises to 7, 2 missing
Seven people drowned and two remain missing as a result of flooding last week in Cuba caused by storm Alberto that forced tens of thousands to evacuate and caused a spill of oily water in Cienfuegos bay, Cuba's Civil Defense authority said.
Black box retrieved at site of Cuba plane crash
Cuban officials have announced that one of the black boxes of a plane that recently crashed in the country has been retrieved, offering hope to discover the reason behind the accident.
Cuba mourns after 107 killed in plane crash
Cuba began two days of national mourning Saturday for victims of the crash of a state airways plane that killed all but three of its 110 passengers and crew.

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