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Latest Cuba – United States relations Stories

2006-08-11 12:20:06

By Anthony Boadle HAVANA (Reuters) - Supporters of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, anxious to see him reappear after an unprecedented absence, are preparing to celebrate his 80th birthday on Sunday with or without him.

2006-08-11 10:47:49

By Tom Brown MIAMI (Reuters) - A lot more than the treacherous Florida Straits separates Miami's Cuban exiles from their homeland just 90 miles off the southern tip of Florida.

2006-08-10 16:50:37

By Jim Loney MIAMI (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court has upheld the convictions of five Cuban men for spying on behalf of Fidel Castro's government, ruling a lower court was right not to move their trial out of Miami despite claims of a biased jury pool.

2006-08-10 13:38:35

By Jim Loney MIAMI (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court has upheld the convictions of five Cuban men for spying on behalf of Fidel Castro's government, ruling a lower court was right not to move their trial out of Miami despite claims of a biased jury pool.

2006-08-09 22:32:23

By Anthony Boadle HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba's government signaled a crackdown on Wednesday on black-market satellite dishes on which its citizens get news from the United States, nine days after ailing President Fidel Castro temporarily ceded power to his brother.

2006-08-09 17:55:57

By Anthony Boadle HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba's government signaled a crackdown on Wednesday on black-market satellite dishes on which its citizens get news from the United States, nine days after ailing President Fidel Castro temporarily ceded power to his brother.

2006-08-09 11:45:00

Cuba's communist government has signaled a crackdown on black-market satellite dishes used by citizens to get news and views from its arch enemy, the United States.

2006-08-09 08:43:15

HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba's Communist government has signaled a crackdown on the use of black-market satellite dishes, just over a week after ailing leader Fidel Castro temporarily relinquished power to his brother.

2006-08-07 21:08:47

By Anthony Boadle HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuban officials bragged on Monday they had achieved a peaceful succession of power and mocked opponents for hoping otherwise, but shed no new light on Fidel Castro's condition or when he would be back.

2006-08-07 16:23:53

Corrects reference in paragraph 11 to Fidel Castr