Oswaldo Paya Sardinas: Cuban dissident dies in car crash
Cuban activist Oswaldo Paya Sardinas, one of the most powerful voices of dissent against the Castro family, died Sunday in a car crash.
Cuba, out at home
As defectors sign more than $100 million in US contracts, is it time for Cuba to rethink its baseball politics?
'Ana Cecilia,' first US ship sailing to Cuba in 50 years, arrives in Havana with aid
US-Cuba shipment heralds the beginning of a regular aid 'trade' between two old political enemies.
Cuba mute in the time of cholera
Castro government strong on public health, weak on public information in response to outbreak.
Cuba receives Miami shipment.
Cuba receives Miami shipment. The first in 50 years.
Namibia to send 'Noah's Ark' of animals to Cuba
Under the project, 146 wild animals, including elephants, rhinos, cheetahs, lions and leopards, will be sent from Namibia to Cuba's National Zoological Park near Havana.
Cargo ship first to make direct US to Cuba delivery in 50 years
The Ana Cecilia is carrying humanitarian aid and complies with the US trade embargo on Cuba.
Bin Laden cook, Ibrahim al Qosi, freed from Guantanamo
Bin Laden cook, Ibrahim al Qosi, freed from Guantanamo Bay and returned to Sudan
Cholera outbreak in Cuba, at least 15 dead
The BBC reported that most of the cases have occured in the island nation's south eastern Granma province, about 500 miles from Havana.
Endurance swimmer Penny Palfrey, 49, fails to complete swim from Cuba to Florida
Palfrey had to be pulled out of the water 26 miles from the finish line, but may still have set a new record for the longest unassisted swim.
Penny Palfrey, 49, attempts 103 mile swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage
If she succeeds, Palfrey would beat the record for the longest unassisted swim she set in the Cayman Islands last year.
Cuba's gay rights revolution
President Raul Castro's daughter Mariela leads a movement for LGBT tolerance, but critics say it masks government oppression.
Russian for Cuba's oil
Soviet-built 'Songa Mercur' platform boosts Cuba’s hopes of oil riches. And its operators don't seem to care about US trade sanctions.
How the US keeps Cuba offline
Washington has its wires tangled: It promises Cuba free data, but blocks access to the internet's coolest tools.
Is Fidel Castro doing yoga?
Yoga can "defy the imagination," he wrote in one of his latest columns.
US Cuba embargo grows new fangs in Florida
US subsidiary of Brazilian firm Odebrecht challenges Florida's new law that prohibits doing business with firms connected to Cuba or Syria.
Teofilo Stevenson, Cuban boxing legend, dies of heart attack at age 60
Teofilo Stevenson, the Cuban heavyweight boxer who won three Olympic gold medals, has died aged of 60.
Cuba injects doctor diplomacy into Africa
Oil-pumping African nations pay hefty sums to staff their hospitals with thousands of Cuban doctors, with most of the money going to the Cuban government.
Odebrecht sues Florida for barring business with Cuba and Syria
The US subsidiary of Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht has filed a lawsuit against Florida for its recent law barring local governments from hiring companies that do business in Cuba and Syria.
Sesame Street music used against Guantanamo prisoners, doc shows
Songs of War, a 45-minute documentary, debuted this week on Al Jazeera.
Spanish oil firm Repsol pulls out of Cuba
Spanish oil firm Repsol has announced that it is to cease drilling in Cuba after a failed attempt to find oil off the island earlier this month.
Hugo Chavez back in Venezuela presidential race
President Hugo Chavez made his first public appearance since returning to Venezuela May 11 after completing cancer treatment in Cuba.
More than 57,000 people in jail in Cuba, according to state media report
The article published in Communist Party mouthpiece Granma defended conditions in the island's jails, saying prisoners could play sport and study.
Cuba: Mariela Castro, 'sexologist' and niece of Fidel, granted US visitor's visa
Mariela Castro, the outspoken daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro who is gay and lesbian rights activist and self-described "sexologist," has controversially received a US visitor's visa to attend a major conference in San Francisco.
Aroldis Chapman, pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, arrested for speeding and driving with a suspended license
Aroldis Chapman is also being sued in his native Cuba for $18 million by a man who claims that the athlete falsely accused him of human trafficking.
9/11 defendants protest Guantanamo Bay military commission
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged 9/11 mastermind, and other prisoners knelt in prayer and refused to answer the judge's questions.
KSM Trial: Timeline of a terrorist
A look back at the violent life of Al Qaeda's 9/11 mastermind, Khalid Shaikh Mohammad.
Cuba without Chavez
How far could the island fall if Venezuelan leader can’t beat cancer — or his election opponent?
Waterboarded ‘KSM’ gets his day in court
As Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged 9/11 mastermind, faces a Gitmo tribunal, the world will put the US on the stand for torture.
Hugo Chavez returns to Cuba for more cancer treatment
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said today he will return to Havana to undergo more cancer treatment.
Cuban actors seek asylum in Miami (VIDEO)
Two Cuban actors who starred in an award-winning film about defectors have emerged from hiding to confirm they are seeking asylum.