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US diplomats ordered to leave embassy in Cuba over mystery illness
Staff ordered to leave US Embassy in Havana after "specific attacks" on diplomats.
Irma death toll rises in Cuba
At least 10 people have been killed in Cuba by Hurricane Irma, which has now been downgraded to a tropical storm.
A record 6.3 million people evacuated as Florida awaits Hurricane Irma
After battering the north coast of Cuba, Hurricane Irma is heading towards the US southern state of Florida. In one of the country’s largest
Florida prepares for Hurricane Irma as powerful storm reaches Cuba
Enormous category 5 hurricane has already devastated much of the Caribbean and is now headed for the continental US.
Irma lashes Caribbean as it heads for US mainland
Residents of the US state of Florida are making last minute preparations for Hurricane Irma. The superstorm is predicted to hit the US mainland as early as Saturday.
Live updates: Hurricane Irma heading for Florida after tearing through Caribbean
The category five storm is expected to affect as many as 26 million people before blowing itself out.
Street art prohibited in Cuba?
A Cuban street artist said Monday the 14th of August that he was detained by police and told to erase the more than 200 or so murals that have gained
200th anniversary of Hemingway's local bar in Cuba
After 200 years, one of Havana’s iconic bars still attracts hordes of thirsty drinkers, many of them Americans eager to take in the place that writer Ernest Hemingway made famous when he lived on the…
Canadian diplomat suffers headaches and hearing loss in Cuba after US accusations of 'acoustic attack'
The day after several US State Department employees in Havana experienced similar symptoms, Canada's foreign ministry is investigating reports from its own diplomats.
US expels two Cuban diplomats after its embassy staff in Havana are subject to possible "acoustic attack"
The US State Department says it has expelled two Cuban diplomats from Washington following a series of unexplained incidents at the US embassy in
Cuba nervous of Trump's travel restrictions
Trump's Cuba travel restrictions could spell disaster for the thousands of thriving tourism businesses in Havana
Bring on the Boys: Men's Fashion Week in New York
Up-and-coming designers have been making their mark
MEPs back EU-Cuba pact
MEPs have backed an EU deal to cooperate more closely with Cuba.
Cuba criticises Trump’s policy rollback
Cuba condemns US President Donald Trump's policy backtrack on trade and travel ties with the island.
Trump rolls back on Obama's closer relations with Cuba
Trump: "Now we hold the cards."
Trump to reverse thaw in relations with Cuba
Donald Trump is about to overturn another of Barack Obama's big initiatives: the thaw in relations with Cuba
Films, music, nature and beaches: Cuba's lesser-known east
Around 700 km south east of Havana lies Holguín, Cuba’s third largest city.
Communist Cuba opens luxury shopping mall in Havana
The five-storey Manzana de Gomez centre is an example of Cuba's opening up to the West - and illustrates its need for tourist revenue.
Crawling crabs in Cuba
A Cuban beach comes alive with crabs. The crustaceans are on their annual migration at Matanzas on the caribbean island.
Cuban street art
The finely-painted black and white portraits of pensive children started appearing on walls around a suburban neighbourhood of Havana two years ago, contrasting with its colourful decay and Caribbean
Fruity mix - Cuba uses condoms to make wine
Famous for its rum and cigars, Cuba could soon be known for its French (letter) wine.
Cuba's annual Cigar Festival overshadowed by poor weather and Trump presidency
Cuba's annual Cigar Festival is underway amid increasing demand but poor weather hitting tobacco crops and uncertainty about boosting sales to the US
Cuba: Fidel Castro's tomb becomes place of pilgrimage
Tens of thousands of people have been flocking to the tomb of Fidel Castro, who died in November aged 90.
Obama consigns 'wet foot, dry foot' law to history
US President Barack Obama has ended the immigration policy that allowed any Cuban who reached US soil to remain and be granted residency.
America pulls away its welcome mat for Cuban emigrants
Reversing a policy it has had since the days of Fidel Castro, America will no longer grant residency rights to Cubans arriving without visas.
Cuban households test free Internet access
Some 2,000 Cuban households are getting to grips with free Internet access as part of a government-run pilot scheme in downtown Havana.