Justin Trudeau visits Cuba 40 years after father

The Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, is in Havana for the start of a tour of Latin America.

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Cuba pardons almost 800 prisoners in response to a call by Pope Francis to show mercy to inmates.

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US abstains from UN vote against Cuba embargo

In a historic first, the US abstains from a UN vote condemning its economic embargo on Cuba.

Mosquito-borne virus threat to Americas laid bare

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US-Cuba ties: Rules eased on cigars and rum

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Russia 'considering military bases in Cuba and Vietnam'

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Bracing for Matthew

One of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes in years, Matthew, has hit Haiti and Cuba and is heading towards the Bahamas and the US.

Jamaica prepares for Hurricane Matthew

The strongest Atlantic hurricane for almost a decade is moving across the Caribbean Sea towards Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba.

US election 2016: Trump accused of Cuba embargo breach

Hillary Clinton says presidential rival Donald Trump appears to have violated US laws, after a report said he broke a trade embargo with Cuba.

Cuba plans to install wi-fi on Havana's iconic Malecon seafront

Plans to install wi-fi along Havana's iconic Malecon seafront are announced by the Cuban government, making it the largest hotspot on the island.

Cuba volleyball players jailed for rape in Finland

Five members of Cuba's national volleyball team are convicted of raping a Finnish woman during a World League tournament in Tampere in July.

US-Cuba agree commercial flights deal

The United States and Cuba have agreed to restore regular commercial flights, in a deal that could jumpstart economic relations between the two countries.

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