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Cuba

  • The measure would have changed the definition of parties in a marriage from man and wife to "between two people."

    Cuba will leave out of its new constitution changes that would have paved the way for legal same-sex marriage, despite majority support in local assemblies, a government official said Tuesday.

  • Cuban doctors offer health care to the world's poor because they have big hearts.

    Cuba has long been renowned for its medical diplomacy - thousands of its doctor’s work in healthcare missions around the world, including Ghana, bolstering healthcare provision in poor and rural communities.

  • It was the first time Castro laid out a clear vision for the nation's power structure after his retirement or death, a vision in which Diaz-Canel is the Castro family's true successor as Cuban leader.

    Raul Castro said Thursday that he expected his successor Miguel Diaz-Canel to serve two five-year terms as Cuban president, and eventually take his place as head of the Communist Party when he retires from the position in 2021.

  • Besides the new policies regarding Cuba, the Trump administration took action against the other two countries in Bolton’s so-called “troika of tyranny”: Venezuela and Nicaragua.

    The Trump administration on Wednesday rescinded several Obama-era policies toward Cuba, while imposing tough sanctions against Venezuela and Nicaragua – as part of a new crackdown on what National Security Adviser John Bolton dubbed the “three stooges of socialism."

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