The man was identified as Omar Reyes Valdes, who was known by the nickname "El Chino"
At least three tanks storing millions of liters of crude oil go up in flames
“The FBI should recognize the group and its members for what they are, malicious foreign actors inside the United States,” Rubio said
"Already the electricity was off for days, there were food shortages, rationing," Cabello explained in an interview with Kerry Washington
Florida AG receives complaint involving Supermarket23, a company that does business with the Cuban regime
The request for an investigation of Supermarket 23 was presented by Cuban activist Salomé García Bacallao, who said: "if more Cubans do this, the prosecutor's office has to investigate."
"When we were arriving in Nicaragua, the pilot of the plane made an announcement that we were returning to Santo Domingo for operational reasons that did not allow us to land"
Expelled University of Havana student spots woman he says reported him—celebrating July 4th in Miami
Cuban filmmaker Eliecer Jiménez Almeida claims that Marta María Mariño, who he says was partially responsible for his expulsion from the University of Camagüey, is now celebrating the Fourth of July in the U.S.
Cuban scientist and opposition member Ariel Ruiz Urquiola on hunger strike in front of the United Nations
The Cuban scientist and opposition leader demands that the United Nations denounce the human rights violations against him and his sister, professor Omara Ruiz
The head of the GAESA business monopoly and one of the most powerful men of the Castro regime died of cardiorespiratory arrest
A Cuban migrant died last week after she was injured in a makeshift boat that the U.S. Coast Guard found near the Florida Keys
U.S. officials said the “rustic vessels” were hovering in Caribbean waters about 20 miles outside the small Florida islands and pursued reports of possible trouble by other boaters