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  1. Washington Post

    Cuba unveils US-made tribute to independence
    Washington Post
    HAVANA — Cuba presented to the public on Friday a statue of independence hero Jose Marti donated by the Bronx Museum of the Arts in a gesture of international friendship that comes at a low point in relations between the two countries. The 16-foot ...
    Cuba unveils Jose Marti statue, a gift from Trump's hometownReuters

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  2. Washington Post

    Two more US officials confirmed injured by mysterious attacks in Cuba
    Washington Post
    Injuries have been confirmed to two more State Department personnel stationed in Havana, bringing to 24 the number of verified cases linked to mysterious and unexplained attacks on U.S. Embassy staff in Cuba. State Department spokeswoman Heather ...
    US says 2 more American victims confirmed in Cuba attacksPBS NewsHour
    Were US Tourists Also Sickened by the Mysterious Attacks in Cuba?New York Magazine
    US says 2 more Americans harmed in Cuba diplomatic 'attacks...The Hill
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  3. Cuba, T&T trade ties growing says Cuban ambassador
    Trinidad Guardian
    “We note the increase of relations between T&T and Cuba in the aspects of commerce and trade. With the increase of these bilateral relations it shows T&T's support for Cuba. These T&T companies are against the blockade. Last year we had a large amount ...

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  4. Miami Herald

    Official press in central Cuba: region looks 'as though the hurricane had just hit'
    Miami Herald
    The local Cuban newspaper put it this way: “A month after Irma's lashing, the northern coastal region of Sancti Spiritus wakes up each day looking as though the hurricane had just hit.” A month after the Category 5 storm devastated central Cuba ...

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    Cuban-American Group to Travel to Cuba, Help Hurricane Irma Victims
    MIAMI — Over one month after Hurricane Irma tore through Cuba, leaving parts of the island devastated, a Florida based non-profit organization is gathering a group of volunteers to travel to the hardest hit areas on the island and help with cleanup ...

  6. Washington Examiner

    House to demand investigation into Cuba's airport security after Obama 'stonewalled'
    Washington Examiner
    The House next week is expected to pass legislation requiring an assessment of security at Cuba's 10 international airports, in the wake of worries that relaxed standards on the island could put U.S. passengers at risk. The Obama administration in 2016 ...

  7. Washington Blade

    Takano visits Cuba with LGBT, entrepreneur delegation
    Washington Blade
    The Center for Democracy in the Americas — a D.C.-based organization that supports U.S. engagement with the Communist island — organized the trip that focused on LGBT issues and Cuba's growing private sector. It began on Oct. 14 and ended on ...

  8. WBUR

    55 Years Later, What Is Still Misunderstood About The Cuban Missile Crisis?
    Fifty-five years ago this week, the world came to the brink of nuclear war in what became known as the Cuban missile crisis. In October 1962, President Kennedy responded to reports of the Soviets setting up nuclear ballistic missiles in Cuba with an ...
    What Trump can learn from JFK's handling of the Cuban Missile
    Read JFK's Handwritten Note to the Grieving Widow of Rudolf Anderson, the Only Casualty of the Cuban Missile

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  9. Carlos Trejo Sosa: We Have Native Doctors in Cuba Like Nigeria
    THISDAY Newspapers
    Inside his office, there is no trace of lavishness. There are no official portraits of the country's president and that of the ambassador. It is a policy that was put in place by former Cuban President, Fidel Castro, that the people come first before ...

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