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Reuters: Cuba Approves Laws Granting Greater Rights as Criticism of Protesters’ Arrests Heats Up
Plus, furry baby animals, Cuba and crypto, the Cuban government blames the US for stoking flames and JFK's assassin trained by a Cuban exile.
Plus, Tampa didn't invent the Cuban sandwich and Cuba and the Paris Club reach a deal to skip 2021 debt payment.
The Cuban government says no to protestors. The protestors say, "we're gonna do it anyway." Uh oh.
Protests, vaccines and a National Day of Defense as Varadero, Cuba's famed resort town gets ready to welcome visitors once again.
And, Car and Driver magazine threw shade on the New York Times calling their recent Cuba car column a, "profoundly idiotic premise."
Who is going to take care of our gasoline engines when the industry goes electric? This story from the NY Times and more in this week's Weekly News Roundup.
Gay marriage being proposed, cryptocurrencies, Diaz-Canel in Mexico, and some Cuban docs are saying that Havana Syndrome isn't possible. Go figure.
To keep you in the loop, here's our weekly summary of the international news headlines that relate to, and impact Cuba.
In this week's headlines; Cuba just got its 3rd gold medal, hotels are becoming hospitals, China's throwing their weight around and three Cubans tried to get into the EU...