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Fidel Castro Laid to Rest in Private Ceremony in East Cuba
A wooden box containing Fidel Castro's ashes is placed by his brother into the side of a granite boulder that will become Cuba's only monument to the charismatic bearded rebel who transformed the island into a western outpost of Soviet-style communism
The Latest: No Tears Shed by Miami Exiles for Castro Funeral
The Latest: Cuban exiles gathered at Versailles restaurant in Miami's Little Havana shed no tears during Fidel Castro's interment, with one saying: "No one is crying, everyone is happy, no need for handkerchiefs."
Raul Castro: Cuba Will Ban Naming of Monuments After Fidel
Cuban President Raul Castro says his government will prohibit the naming of streets or public monuments after his brother Fidel in keeping with the former leader's desire to avoid the development of a personality cult
Bay Area Homicide Being Investigated as Possible Hate Crime
Authorities in the Bay Area are investigating the slaying of a young black man as a possible hate crime amid growing concern over racially motivated incidents nationwide
Colombia Will Challenge Maritime Border With Nicaragua
Colombian government will challenge the ruling that draws the maritime border
Why Are Latin American Countries Saying Yes to Snowden?
The presidents of Nicaragua, Venezuela and Bolivia have publicly expressed interest in granting asylum to former CIA analyst Edward Snowden who is wanted by the United States on charges of revealing classified government information. On Friday WikiLeaks, the organization that publishes private, and
Bolivian President Evo Morales Makes Asylum Offer to Edward Snowden
Bolivia has joined the ranks of South American countries offering refuge to NSA leaker Edward Snowden. Bolivian President Evo Morales said today that Snowden was welcome in his country, The Associated Press reported. Morales said he was making the offer as a protest against the United States and
Venezuela, Nicaragua Talk Asylum for Edward Snowden, but Could He Get There?
Accused NSA Leaker Stuck in Transit Area of Moscow's Airport for Nearly 2 Weeks
What Chavez's Death Means for Cuba, Venezuela and the U.S.
Upon hearing news of the death of Hugo Chávez, scores of Venezuelans gathered in cautious celebration in Doral, FL—a South Florida community with the highest concentration of Venezuelans outside Venezuela. They are hoping that Chávez's passing will bring about change in their homeland. Others in
Nov. 11: Veterans Day
Veterans Day: Veterans from all armed forces are honored on Nov. 11. The holiday dates back to Nov. 11, 1918 when a treaty was signed between the Allied Forces and Germany, unofficially ending World War I (the war’s end was made official in June 1919 by...