Havana’s cruise-ship terminal will be able to handle three times as many vessels by 2024 as communist Cuba upgrades its tourist infrastructure to accommodate a surge in U.S. visitors.

The dock at the heart of the capital will get an extra four berths, allowing it to handle six ships at one time, as part of a 15-year management agreement with Istanbul-based Global Ports Holding Plc.

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5/30/18 New Cuba leader praises Maduro in 'solidarity' visit to Venezuela
Vivian Sequera, Reuters
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Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
5/29/18 Cuba to update Soviet-era constitution, adapting to reforms
Andrea Rodriguez, ABC News
5/29/18 Cuba calls on US and Canada to investigate 'sonic attack' claims
Ian Sample, The Guardian
5/28/18 U.N. members offer 339 suggestions on how Cuba can improve human rights record
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/28/18 Cuban immigrants are no longer 'privileged' in the United States
Sarah Moreno, Miami Herald
5/28/18 68 of its residents were killed in Cuba plane crash. Now Holguín is filled with grief
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
5/24/18 Disastrous Cuban sugar harvest may force imports - and reform
Marc Frank, NASDAQ
5/24/18 Tragic Cuba plane crash shows that new Cuban government can't afford to cover up news
Fabiola Santiago, Miami Herald
5/24/18 Cuba's new leader just faced his first crisis. It gave us a glimpse of his governing style
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/23/18 Pompeo Says Mysterious Sickness Among Diplomats in Cuba Has Spread to China
Gardiner Harris, New York Times
5/23/18 Current Record
5/23/18 Anti-Castro militant Posada Carriles is dead at 90
Nora Gámez Torres and Glenn Garvin, Miami Herald
5/23/18 After 737 Crash, Some Cuban-Americans Say US Should Lease Cuba Planes And Parts
Tim Padgett, WLRN
5/22/18 'Massacre' in central Cuba raises questions about violence against women on the island
Mario J. Pentón and Justo Mora, Miami Herald
5/22/18 Cuba's new leader breaks from past with public appearances
Andrea Rodriguez and Michael Weissenstein, ABC News
5/21/18 American LGBTQ advocates visit Havana for Cuban pride events
Steve Rothaus, Miami Herald
5/21/18 Boeing to join Mexico in probe of deadly Cuba plane crash
Santiago Perez and Anthony Harrup, MarketWatch
5/20/18 Company Behind Cuba Plane Crash Was Subject of 2 Previous Performance Complaints
Michael Weissenstein and Bert Wilkinson, Time
5/17/18 State Department postpones event on Cuba after Sen. Rubio protests
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
5/17/18 Cuba's Ladies in White win $250,000 prize for advancing liberty
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/16/18 New leadership offers a chance for a US-Cuba reboot
Michael Czinkota and Lisa Burgoa, The Hill
5/16/18 The United States and Cuba clash over human rights at U.N. meeting
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/15/18 Exclusive: As Venezuelans suffer, Maduro buys foreign oil to subsidize Cuba
Marianna Parraga and Jeanne Liendo, Reuters
5/13/18 Cubans show LGBTQ pride with flags and dancing in Havana parade
Orlando Matos, Roberto Leon, and Kalhan Rosenblatt, NBC News
5/11/18 With new a president, we have an opportunity to begin the process of re-establishing relations with Cuba
Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-ALA.), The Hill
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Chris Palmeri, YAHOO Finance
5/10/18 In Cuba, longtime baseball fans now wild for European soccer
Jorge Ebro, Miami Herald
5/9/18 A Cuban cornucopia at the Kennedy Center
Anne Midgette, Washington Post
5/9/18 U.S. trade embargo has cost Cuba $130 billion, U.N. says
5/8/18 Cuba in drive to attract foreign investment
Marc Frank, Financial Times
5/8/18 Cuban biologist turned farmer becomes target of Castro regime
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
5/7/18 Can Cuba's Miguel Díaz-Canel Complete Raúl Castro's Economic Revolution?
William M. LeoGrande, Newsweek
5/6/18 Raul Castro’s daughter to push for gay marriage in Cuba
AP, Washington Post
5/6/18 Politics collides with art as Kennedy Center prepares for Cuban culture festival
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/3/18 The Kennedy Center is bringing Cuba’s top musicians, dancers and other artists to D.C.
Sadie Dingfelder, Washington Post
5/3/18 Barzee Flores switches races, challenges Mario Diaz-Balart
Marc Caputo, Politico
5/1/18 Rubio recommends onetime Trump critic for Cuba broadcast job
Marc Caputo, Politico
5/1/18 In show of continuity, Castro flanks new Cuban leader at May Day rally
Sarah Marsh, Reuters