For a half hour on prime time Thursday night, the Cuban government took to state-owned television to defend itself against U.S. accusations that American diplomats suffered from a mysterious sonic attack.

In doing so, Cuba also appears to have engaged in a bit of sly retaliation: Briefly, the government published the names on screen of nine purported attack victims, whose names the U.S. has kept secret.

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Date Title
10/31/17 Statement on Diaspora Travel to Cuba Files
10/31/17 Trump administration expected to defend embargo on Cuba in United Nations vote
PBS News Hour
10/31/17 Cuban-American lawmakers call for inquiry on U.S. government response to sonic attacks
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
10/30/17 Cuba policy on Cuban-American travel to the island has political and economic tentacles
Mimi Whitefield and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
10/30/17 U.S. planned a 261,000-troop invasion force of Cuba, newly released documents show
Ray Locker, USA TODAY
10/29/17 Cuba to ease travel restrictions on exiles wanting to visit
CBS News
10/29/17 Tropical Storm Philippe forms off Cuba on track towards Florida
10/29/17 Current Record
10/26/17 Scrappy Cuban clothing line exemplifies ingenuity with U.S. online store opening
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
10/26/17 US appoints new chief for embassy in Cuba
Julia Manchester, The Hill
10/24/17 Cubans Forcefully Reject Blame for U.S. Diplomats’ Mystery Ailments
Andrea Mitchell and Mary Murray, NBC News
10/24/17 Miami Cuban American faces long sentence in Havana under alleged espionage charges
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
10/24/17 Cuban Art Outshines Politics
Abby Ellin, New York Times
10/24/17 Republican Sen. Jeff Flake won't run for re-election
Eric Bradner, CNN
10/23/17 Mariel is Cuba’s big industrial gamble. Could U.S. companies be among investors?
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
10/22/17 Two more U.S. officials confirmed injured by mysterious attacks in Cuba
Carol Morello, Washington Post
10/22/17 Cuba unveils Jose Marti statue, a gift from Trump's hometown
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
10/19/17 Tourist fears he was hit by mystery attack in Cuba, years before diplomats
CBS News
10/19/17 Punishing Without Evidence: The Trump Administration’s Gratuitous Steps To Roll Back Progress Between The United States And Cuba
Senator Patrick Leahy, Huff Post
10/19/17 Official press in central Cuba: region looks ‘as though the hurricane had just hit’
Nora Gamez Torres, Miami Herald
10/18/17 At war court, lawyer cites sonic attacks in Havana to bolster sleep-deprivation claim
Carol Rosenburg, Miami Herald
10/18/17 Cash-strapped Cuba makes debt payment to major creditors
Marc Frank, NASDAQ
10/18/17 Florida officials travel to Cuba despite attacks that sickened U.S. diplomats
Hatzel Vela, WPLG
10/16/17 Trump blames Cuba for mysterious attacks on US diplomats
Zachary Cohen, CNN
10/15/17 'Star Wars' fantasy? Cubans doubt US sonic attacks claims
Associated Press, Miami Herald
10/12/17 The sound in Havana: What Americans heard in Cuba attacks
AP, Miami Herald
10/12/17 White House says Cuba could stop attacks on Americans
Josh Lederman, Washington Post
10/11/17 A Cuban Theatre Group's U.S. Premiere Canceled After Visa Complications
Ryan Mcphee, Playbill
10/11/17 Trump winds up to hit Cuba’s economy - twice
Melanie Zanona, The Hill
10/11/17 The Trouble With Cuba’s New Economy
William M. LeoGrande, Americas Quarterly
10/10/17 Are Hardliners Using Alleged Sonic Attacks To Derail US-Cuba Normalization?
Tim Padgett, WLRN
10/10/17 America should strengthen, not abandon, relationship with Cuba
Mark Feierstein, The Hill
10/9/17 Cuba’s vice president says U.S. reports of sonic attacks against diplomats is a ‘tall tales’
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
10/9/17 Diplomats court Cuba to act as broker for Venezuela transition
John Paul Rathbone, Financial Times
10/9/17 Does Cuba Know Who Is Behind ‘Attacks’ On U.S. Diplomats?
William M. LeoGrande, Huff Post
10/8/17 Reckless hostility toward Cuba damages America's interests
Harold Trinkunas and Richard Feinberg, The Hill
10/8/17 What you need to know about travel to Cuba in the new Trump era
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
10/5/17 Prices halved for holidays to Cuba as island feels impact of Trump and Irma
Claire Boobbyer, The Telegraph
10/5/17 Investigation into mysterious Cuba attacks "back to square one"
Steve Dorsey, CBS News
10/4/17 Lawmakers Demanding More Answers About Who & What Sickened Diplomats At Cuban Embassy
CBS News
10/2/17 U.S. to expel two-thirds of Cuban diplomats amid sonic attack probe
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
10/2/17 US spies in Cuba were among first victims of mysterious sonic 'attacks'
AP, The Guardian
10/1/17 What the State Department Warning on Cuba Means for Travelers
Victoria Burnett, New York Times
10/1/17 Havana quickly cleans up for tourists after hurricane. But other areas have a problem
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald