The Caribbean Community, known as CARICOM, has once more called for an end to the U.S. blockade of Cuba.
Over 50 percent of Gazans are either unemployed or unpaid, they have no external access to markets, employment, or education - in short, no access to the outside world.
What people think seemingly has little effect on ending what Cubans say is the longest and cruelest economic blockade in human history. Polls show overall U.S. disapproval, Cuban-Americans included.
We can do it! Let's get this done this year! ¡Viva la Revolución Cubana! ¡Viva Cuba Socialista!
Speaking to a recent event organized by the anti-Castro Cuban-American Foundation in Miami on Nov. 9, President Obama got the attention of both supporters and opponents of U.S. Cuba policy
While essential government services that help millions of ordinary people were shut down, Radio and TV Marti kept broadcasting.
For more than half a century the U.S. has severely impeded Cuba's economy, costing the island nation $1,157,327,000, and millions to the U.S. economy, according to a United Nations resolution on the trade embargo.
On July 14, 2013, the Council of State Governments Midwest unanimously passed a resolution to remove trade, financial and travel restrictions to Cuba.
It was first time in 10 years that the U.S. has permitted Cuba's highest ranking diplomat to travel away from the Washington D.C. area.