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Who is Raul Castro?
Raul Castro has led Cuba since his brother Fidel Castro transferred power to him in 2006.
Raul Castro : I'm stepping down as Cuba's president on April 19
Raul Castro will step down as Cuba's president on April 19, 2018, he announced Thursday during the National Assembly meeting in Havana. Castro, 86, has led the country since 2006 after his brother, Fidel Castro , stepped down due to health issues. The younger Castro officially became the country's
A look back at Raul Castro's time in office
A timeline of the Cuban leader's biggest moments, from taking over from his brother Fidel Castro to working with President Obama.
Trump reverses parts of Obama-era Cuba policy
White House also announced that they are reversing. The Obama administration's. Steps to normalize. Relations with Cuba. Because of their human rights violations. Forget about the fact that he has shaken hands of some of the big is dead spots out after we. I want to point that out at that would be
Trump 'canceling' Obama's Cuba policy but leaves much in place
After nearly three years of warming relations between the United States and Cuba , President Donald Trump has announced that his administration will unravel many of his predecessor’s policies on the communist state. Speaking in Miami, Florida, Trump announced changes to President Barack Obama’s
President Trump announces changes to Obama's Cuba policy
And good afternoon the president president crop and the vice president of traveling along with him are in. Miami Florida at this moment they flew there earlier today were the president. That's going to be announcing. The new US policy toward Cuba including some. Major changes in the travel policy
Trump planning to reverse Cuba policy, sources say
President Donald Trump is poised to roll back another of his predecessor's signature accomplishments -- the re-normalization of U.S. relations with Cuba, according to multiple congressional and advocacy organization sources with direct knowledge of the administration's intentions, and will likely
Congressional Republicans send letters to Trump and administration urging Cuba remain open
Two groups of pro- Cuba engagement House and Senate Republicans each sent letters to President Donald Trump and members of his administration, respectively, asking for Cuba to remain open in the wake of reports the administration is leaning toward reversing its policy on the island nation. The
Tom Llamas' ABC News Biography
Tom Llamas is an Emmy award-winning journalist, anchor of ABC News “World News Tonight" weekend editions, and Chief National Correspondent reporting for all ABC News programs and platforms. During the 2016 presidential race, Llamas covered the vast field of GOP candidates and Donald Trump’s
What's Next for Cuba Following the Death of Fidel Castro
With the death of Fidel Castro , the father of the Cuban revolution, many questions hang over the future of Cuba . President Raul Castro , Fidel's 85-year-old brother, has been leading the country since 2008 when Fidel stepped down. With the assistance of the Vatican and Canada, Raul Castro and