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17 Jul 2021
Anger over high prices, long food lines and lack of vital medicines have sparked the biggest protests in Cuba in decades. DW has the overview.
17 Jul 2021
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel took some blame for the protests and the government announced easing customs measures after demonstrations rocked the country.
16 Jul 2021
Michelle Bachelet, the UN's top human rights official, urged Havana to free those who had been detained during the anti-government demonstrations. Cuba initially blamed the protests on social media and the United States.
14 Jul 2021
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets in recent days in protest at food shortages and rising prices. The Cuban Interior Ministry said it "mourns the death" of Diubis Laurencio Tejeda.
14 Jul 2021
Cubans giver their views a day after unprecedented protests took place against the communist government and the country's president Miguel Diaz-Canel.
6 Jul 2021
Tropical storm Elsa hits Cuba with drenching rain and strong wind as it makes its way north toward the Florida Keys.
6 Jun 2021
The Cuban activist and artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara has described his stay in hospital lasting almost a month. He has said he was isolated and watched over.
25 Apr 2021
The Cuban Communist Party has chosen Miguel Diaz-Canel as its new first secretary. The new leader has pledged continuity, but faces economic challenges.
14 Jan 2021
The outgoing Trump administration hit Cuba with new terrorism sanctions shortly before President-elect Joe Biden takes office.
9 Nov 2020
Tropical Storm Eta has already left dozens dead and over 100 missing in Central America. It has now made landfall in Cuba, prompting the US to put parts of southern Florida and the Keys on hurricane watch.
18 Aug 2020
Five years after the United States reopened its embassy in Havana during the Obama administration, Cubans share their expectations for both countries ahead of the US elections, amid a deep freeze in bilateral relations following new sanctions imposed by President Donald Trump's government.
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