CIA: Mysterious Havana Syndrome Unlikely Caused by Russia or Any Other Foreign Power

CIA: Mysterious Havana Syndrome Unlikely Caused by Russia or Any Other Foreign Power

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) ruled out Russia or any other foreign power's involvement in causing the mysterious illness known as Havana Syndrome.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken on G7 Summit

Secretary of State Antony Blinken Says the U.S. Still Figuring Out 'Havana Syndrome' as More Officials Get Stricken With Condition

Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U.S. is still figuring out the Havana SYndrome that affected numerous diplomats from the country.
Havana Celebration

Havana’s 500th Anniversary Celebration Kicks off in Cuba

Havana’s 500th anniversary celebration started last month and people are still in a happy mood amid the tensions and travel bans imposed by the U.S.
U.S. President Barack Obama Meets With President Raul Castro Of Cuba

Obama Vows to Raise Freedom of Speech Issues in Cuba Visit; Will President Raul Castro Listen?

U.S. President Barack Obama promises to speak about rights for Cubans with their President Raul Castro. While the goal seems far-fetched right now, the Obama administration is positive that Cuba will change for the better, especially for the middle class.
Cuba, North Korea Sign Trade Deal

Cuba, North Korea Sign Trade Deal

Cubans may be anxiously awaiting the benefits of their newly relaxed ties with the United States, but the communist government in Havana is also turning to old allies as it announced a new trade agreement with North Korea.
Regular Flights to Cuba Just Months Away, U.S. Airline Says

Regular Flights to Cuba Just Months Away, American Airlines Exec Says

Regularly scheduled flights between the United States and Cuba may now only be a few months away, the vice president of regulatory affairs for the world's largest airline predicted this week.
Charles Chemin is the director for the upcoming Cubanacan

EXCLUSIVE: Cubanacan Director Charles Chemin Talks Creating Fidel Castro, Che Guevara & More

"Cubanacan" will a major event as it is the first opera in almost 50 years to come out of Cuba. The work is written by Charles Koppelman and composed by Roberto Valera. The production team recently announced that director Charles Chemin was brought into create the vision for the work's premiere. Chemin has an extensive background in theater and film, but "Cubanacan" will be his first crack at opera. The Frenchman called in from his native country to talk to Latin Post about how he got involved with the project and his vision for bringing Cubanacan to life.
Vladimir Putin Tours Cuba

Vladimir Putin Travels to Latin America to Bolster Ties With Cuba, Argentina

Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to Latin America this week to strengthen ties in the region.
Havana Central

History of the Mojito: How Ernest Hemingway's Favorite Cuban Drink Became an Artisanal Latin Staple

"A mojito is one of Cuba's oldest cocktails — it comes from the African word mojo, which means to place a little spell." — The Havana Journal. As history has shown, a spell has indeed been cast.
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