The Costa Rican government gave a thumbs up to the U.S. decision to repeal the ‘Wet foot, dry foot’ policy for Cuban migrants.
Fidel Castro’s death has unleashed a wide variety of drastically different reactions.
On Tuesday, the Treasury Department was to invite U.S. airlines to submit applications to be allocated the new flights. American Airlines, Delta, United Airlines and JetBlue have previously expressed an interest in running regular flights to Cuba.
Five dissidents freed as Havana launched a high-profile diplomatic rapprochement with the United States are back in custody in Cuba, a human rights group said Monday.
While still dwarfed by the number of Cubans leaving the island, a growing number are opting to move back as trailblazing entrepreneurs.
At the start of the Cuban revolution, Javier Llorens was one of thousands of children who left the island unaccompanied for the United States, thinking it would be temporary. He is now 64 — and is still in the United States.
Cuba and the United States reached an agreement Wednesday night that will allow U.S. commercial airlines to begin operating flights to the island for the first time in decades, according to U.S. officials with knowledge of the discussion.
Costa Rica President Luis Guillermo Solís’ frustration with the Cuban migrant crisis was clear in his remarks during a news conference Tuesday in Cuba.
In the 12-months since Cuba and the U.S. announced they would begin normalizing long-broken relations, here’s what has changed and what hasn’t.
HAVANA, Cuba – The United States and Cuba have agreed to restore direct postal service 52 years after severing it at the height of the Cold War, the Cuban Foreign Ministry said Friday.