Director of U.S. agency broadcasting news to Cuba said in letter to philanthropist that report 'made several false and negative assertions'
The saga of the ship of Jews fleeing Nazi Europe in 1939, which was turned away and sent back by Cuba and the U.S., is a cautionary tale about refugees – and a reminder that history doesn’t forget countries with immoral policies and cynical interests
Evidence from communications intercepts has pointed to Moscow’s involvement during the investigation involving the FBI, CIA and other agencies, NBC News reports
There are three seriously injured survivors among the 114 passengers and crew. The aircraft, on a domestic flight to Holguin in eastern Cuba, crashed shortly after taking off from Havana, Cuban state-run media reported
After spending five years in a Cuban jail when he was falsely accused of being a spy, the 68-year-old former aid worker made aliyah to Israel this year. He refuses to be captive to his lost years
Culture minister Miri Regev's office said she left for a private family trip to Cuba, a country that severed relations with Israel in 1973
Investigators are searching for explanations in the darker, rougher world of spycraft and counterespionage
How’s his Hebrew? Not great, not as good as his Spanish, yet
Trump imposes restrictions on travel and trade, but many of Obama's changes, including the reopened U.S. embassy in Havana, were untouched
Trump's expected memo on Cuba rollback will be revealed on Friday
Sources say the U.S. administration could tighten trade and travel rules, but will probably refrain from canceling Obama's rapprochement with Havana
Those hurt in the minibus crash sustained mild to moderate injures, none of which are considered life-threatening.
Before Havana cut ties, Cuba’s Jewish ambassador in Tel Aviv proved that the communist leader was right about the prodigious milk production of Israeli goats, and sent his boss a plane filled with them.
Praising Cuba's Castro as a 'world leader and great friend of the Palestinian people,' PA leaders justify the honor as a 'gesture of gratitude' to the late leader.
Castro's ashes placed a few steps from the mausoleum of independence hero Jose Marti, ending nine days of official mourning.
Alan Gross, who was imprisoned on espionage charges for five years in Cuba while trying to assist its Jewish community, criticized leader Fidel Castro on Twitter following announcement of his death.
It was the plight of Cuba’s small Jewish community that first brought Jack Rosen, chairman of the American Jewish Congress, to Castro’s door.
Green Party's Jill Stein has positioned herself as Clinton’s potential vindicator, but not necessarily her savior.
The death of Fidel Castro has raised worries on the island that Trump could shut down the emerging trade and travel ties between the two countries.
Armed with a personal letter from the communist leader, the Havana butcher has been providing meat to the tiny Jewish community for decades.
'Fidel Castrol is dead!' tweeted Trump, though Putin had more accolades for Castro in life.
The former communist leader's death 'closes a very painful chapter for Cubans,' says the city's mayor.
In an article berating Western policies in 2014, the former Cuban leader included Israel in his condemnations.
Israel's decision to abstain made in conjunction with U.S., which also abstained for the first time amid warming relations between Washington and Havana.
Cuban-Americans could approach 8 percent of the Florida electorate this November. Trump’s bullying has prompted Cubans to sympathize with other Latin-Americans who see the candidate as anti-Hispanic.
Gross, imprisoned for five years for assisting Cuba's Jewish community cites the Democratic candidate's commitment to pursuing an open policy toward Havana.
The Airbus' arrival opens another chapter in the Obama administration's efforts to improve ties and increase trade and travel with the former Cold War foe.
The Islamic Republic, which has long been friendly with Cuba, is on a drive to improve foreign commerce after the removal of international sanctions.
The retired Cuban leader criticizes Barack Obama's speech at Hiroshima, saying 'he lacked the words to ask for forgiveness for the killings of hundreds of thousands.'
The winner of the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize let us down and neglected whole regions like South America and Africa.