After 50 years of diplomatic standoff, the U.S. and Cuba plan to announce Wednesday that they will establish formal diplomatic relations and open embassies in each other’s capitals.
By Juan O. Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald A North Korean freighter has run aground near a port in eastern Mexico, just days after a stop in Havana that sparked comparisons with another Pyongyang vessel seized last summer with a large and illegal shipment of Cuban weapons. The 6,700-ton Mu Du Bong, built in 1983, ran […]
By Juan O. Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald MIAMI — U.S. fugitive and renegade CIA agent Frank Terpil is still living in Havana and easily recounting his days helping former Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi to murder his political enemies, according to a recently released British documentary. Co-producer Michael Chrisman said Terpil, 74, was interviewed at his Havana […]
By Juan O. Tamayo, The Miami Herald U.S. government subcontractor Alan P. Gross, jailed in Havana for more than four years, called off a weeklong hunger strike but said there will be “further protests” against his treatment by the Cuban and U.S. governments. “My protest fast is suspended as of today (Friday), although there will […]