Unfamiliar and alone, Cuban and Russian rappers are being forced to leave their countries and find their way in a new city. New country.
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What's going to happen to Cuba's tourism sector when their Russian sugar daddy economy is in need of a sugar daddy itself?
We agree with sanctioning the shit out of Russia for their invasion of Ukraine. From Napoleon to WWI and Cuba they've been used as a tool. How effective are they though?
Tip toeing, with some carefully selected words, the Cuban government blamed the U.S. for the crisis in Ukraine.
Ramos wasn't turned back in her home country of Cuba. She was denied boarding on an American Airlines flight in Miami.
The irony is that in 2000 when you could not find a Cuban sandwich anywhere in New York City, the tiny joint on Elizabeth St. was a savior.
Any headline with the letters C.I.A. in it gives us a funny feeling but alas, the agency claims that Russia doesn't have anything to do with the so called Havana...
Things heat up as Russia suggests that it could send a military deployment to Cuba, the island's vaccine is inspiration to low-income countries and more in this week's...
Airbnb has agreed to settle with the U.S. government on allegations that it violated U.S. OFAC sanctions imposed on Cuba. Y más.
The US has an opinion about how Cuba is treating its anti-government protestors, 83% of Cuba's population is vaxxed, 2022 is about inflation control for the island...
US House Democrats want restrictions lifted, Cubans are trying to leave, Yotuel was surprised by Patria y Vida's win, y más this week.
Pollo por pescado? These days Cubans are happy to get chicken period. And, according to Foreign Policy, the Cuban government is using that leverage to quell protests.
And, 5,789 miles away, Greece is seeing a new wave of Cubans seeking refuge in the country.
Does Nicaragua's new visa free travel for Cubans open up an additional migration route to the States?
Plus, Versailles in Miami turns 50 years old. Yunior Garcia plans to march in silence with a white rose. Cuba's foreign minister still says, "no you're not."