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HAVANA, July 26th  (By Dennis Antenore) The Cuban people are hurting. Food is in short supply and some are on the verge of starvation. Read more

 HAVANA, July 22. U.S. President Joe Biden said on Thursday that new U.S. sanctions on Cuba target those responsible for a crackdown on protesters and that they are only the first step in the American response. Read more

HAVANA, July 20th President Joe Biden took steps on Monday to respond to an historic wave of protests in Cuba Read more

HAVANA, July 15th  For its first six months in office, the Biden administration did its best to ignore Cuba, slogging through a seemingly endless policy review and responding to questions about it with campaign platitudes.< Read more

HAVANA, July 13th U.S. officials Monday pledged to “stand firmly” with Cubans who have unleashed a rare, Read more

HAVANA, June 1st The Biden administration’s first major move on Cuba is the strongest signal yet it has little appetite to reverse Trump-era policies toward the island nation. Read more

HAVANA, Cuba (AFP) — Global charity Oxfam on Tuesday urged US President Joe Biden to work towards normalising ties with Cuba and lift sanctions, Read more

HAVANA, may 12th The principal director for the Western Hemisphere of the White House National Security Council and assistant to President Joe Biden, Read more

HAVANA, March 6th  (AP) — Business was booming for a trendy little clothing shop called Clandestina in the heart of Old Havana, Read more

HAVANA, Jan. 28th Reuters)  The Biden administration will review U.S. policy on Cuba, the White House said on Thursday, after former President Donald Trump rolled back a historic Obama-era detente with Havana. Read more

HAVANA, Jan. 22th (Reuters) Cuba is hopeful U.S. President Joe Biden will swiftly reverse his predecessor’s hardline approach toward the island and resume the policy of detente Read more

HAVANA, Nov. 8th (Reuters)   Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Sunday acknowledged Joe Biden’s victory in the U.S. presidential elections, Read more

HAVANA, Nov. 7th (Reuters) Drivers honked their horns and applause erupted in Havana on Saturday after Joe Biden was declared the winner of the U.S. presidential election, reflecting hopes on the island that he would seek to improve U.S.-Cuban ties. Read more