2018: Cuba

  1. State Department updates travel advisories so they’re understandable (Washington Post)2018-01-10
  2. Venezuela’s economy is collapsing and violence is rampant. Its solution: woo tourists. (Washington Post)2018-01-12
  3. The top 10 songs and albums on the iTunes Store (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-12
  4. Will the unique culture of Miami's Coconut Grove survive? (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-22
  5. Cuban boy dies after surgery to remove 10-pound face tumor (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-22
  6. US judge backs extradition of ex-Panama president Martinelli (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-23
  7. Cuban state music company expands deal with Sony (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-25
  8. Former US inmate’s wife decries exclusion from Cuba congress (Washington Post)2018-01-25
  9. Former US inmate's wife decries exclusion from Cuba congress (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-25
  10. Cuba unveils US statue of national hero Jose Marti (Al-Jazeera)2018-01-29
  11. Castro freezes Cuban private sector, throws future in doubt (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-01
  12. Russia to Cuba flight diverted to NJ after engine problem (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-01
  13. Cuba protests US internet task force (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-01
  14. Cuban state media say Fidel Castro’s eldest son has killed himself (Washington Post)2018-02-02
  15. Cuban state media say Fidel Castro's eldest son has killed himself (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  16. Cuba state media: Fidel Castro's son has killed himself (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  17. Cuba state media: Fidel Castro’s son has killed himself (Washington Post)2018-02-02
  18. Cuba: Fidel Castro's son 'takes own life' (BBC)2018-02-02
  19. Fidel Castro’s Eldest Son Commits Suicide, Cuban Media Says (New York Times)2018-02-02
  20. Fidel Castro's eldest son dies aged 68 – reports (The Guardian)2018-02-02
  21. Fidel Castro's eldest son commits suicide (The Star)2018-02-02
  22. Fidel Castro's eldest son, a bookish nuclear scientist, commits suicide (Washington Post)2018-02-02
  23. AP PHOTOS: Cuba skateboarders find new place to rip and roll (Washington Post)2018-02-02
  24. AP PHOTOS: Cuba skateboarders find new place to rip and roll (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  25. 'Pork crackling with wifi!': public parks become a new kind of Havana hotspot (The Guardian)2018-02-02
  26. Fidel Castro's eldest son commits suicide: Cuba state media (Daily Nation)2018-02-02
  27. Fidel Castro's eldest son 'Fidelito' commits suicide (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-02-02
  28. Agnes Varda is happy, but not proud, of her Oscar nomination (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-06
  29. Unlikely migrant path brings Cuban family to Serbia (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-07
  30. US task force warns Cuba's internet controls stifle dissent (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-07
  31. Data reviewed by AP show sexual assault reports almost doubled at US Military Academy in last school year (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-07
  32. Life with the Kennedys revealed in photography show (The Guardian)2018-03-11
  33. Climbing Mount Everest while doing 'keepy uppies' (BBC)2018-03-11
  34. John Motson: BBC legend set for final live commentary this weekend (BBC)2018-03-11
  35. Cuba’s likely next president pledges more responsive gov’t (Washington Post)2018-03-11
  36. Cuba's likely next president pledges more responsive gov't (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-11
  37. Cuba vote opens final chapter of Castro era (Al-Jazeera)2018-03-11
  38. Is it the end of the Castro era? (Al-Jazeera)2018-03-11
  39. John Worboys 'entitled to release', lawyer tells High Court (BBC)2018-03-14
  40. Parole Board hails courage of victims at John Worboys hearing (The Guardian)2018-03-14
  41. Elderly millionaire jailed for contempt of court over divorce deal (The Guardian)2018-03-15
  42. John Boyega: Inclusion riders are fantastic (BBC)2018-03-16
  43. Premier League & FA Cup predictions: Lawro v comedian John Bishop (BBC)2018-03-16
  44. Will Danny Boyle direct the next Bond film? Here's what we know so far (BBC)2018-03-16
  45. John F Kennedy's lost speech brought to life (BBC)2018-03-16
  46. Bridge collapse: Seconds separated those who lived and died (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-19
  47. Cuba opens wholesale market to sell basic staples (Washington Post)2018-03-19
  48. Cuba opens wholesale market to sell basic staples (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-19
  49. Cuba opens first wholesale market, though access limited (Washington Post)2018-03-20
  50. APNewsBreak: Key design change put construction of bridge that collapsed over budget, behind schedule, documents show (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-20
  51. APNewsBreak: Key design change stymied bridge cost, schedule (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-20
  52. Second lawsuit filed in Miami bridge collapse (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-21
  53. Documents: Major design change changed bridge cost, schedule (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-21
  54. Miami Open: Serena Williams knocked out in first round by Naomi Osaka (BBC)2018-03-21
  55. Gulf Coast meteorologist will lead US hurricane center (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-22
  56. Wayne Huizenga, who built his fortune from trash, dies at 80 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-23
  57. MLK tackled many issues in his lifetime. Where are we now? (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-01
  58. AP Explains: Why US militarization of border isn't new (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-05
  59. Netflix 'On My Block' hits race, poverty with teen humor (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-05
  60. Cuba's 'lost generation' prepares to take power next week (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-13
  61. Cuba’s ‘lost generation’ prepares to take power next week (Washington Post)2018-04-13
  62. Raul Castro leaves Cuba with new freedoms, deep problems (Washington Post)2018-04-16
  63. AP PHOTOS: Cuba's Castro brothers through the years (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-16
  64. Raul Castro leaves Cuba with new freedoms, deep problems (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-16
  65. AP PHOTOS: Cuba’s Castro brothers through the years (Washington Post)2018-04-16
  66. Cuba to start historic transition a day earlier (Washington Post)2018-04-16
  67. Cuba to start historic transition a day earlier (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-16
  68. AP Explains: For Americans, big changes in travel to Cuba (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-16
  69. AP Explains: For Americans, big changes in travel to Cuba (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-17
  70. A look at the old leadership of Cuba (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-17
  71. Young party official faces test as Cuba's next president (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-17
  72. AP Explains: For Americans, big changes in travel to Cuba (Washington Post)2018-04-17
  73. A look at the old leadership of Cuba (Washington Post)2018-04-17
  74. Young party official faces test as Cuba’s next president (Washington Post)2018-04-17
  75. Canada pulls families of diplomatic staff from Cuba (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-04-17
  76. In Cuba, the Castro era ends this week as Raúl steps down as ruler (Washington Post)2018-04-17
  77. Scientists can't explain why diplomats in Cuba are suffering from 'traumatic brain injury' (Washington Post)2018-04-17
  78. AP PHOTOS: Cuba transition sparks hope for many generations (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-18
  79. A look at the younger generation of Cuban leaders (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-18
  80. AP PHOTOS: Cuba transition sparks hope for many generations (Washington Post)2018-04-18
  81. After six decades of Castro rule, Cubans greet end of era with a shrug (The Guardian)2018-04-18
  82. Young party official faces test as Cuba's next president (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-04-18
  83. Raul Castro's report card (Al-Jazeera)2018-04-18
  84. Cuba's President Raul Castro to step down (Al-Jazeera)2018-04-18
  85. How an Alleged Sonic Attack Shaped U.S. Policy on Cuba (New York Times)2018-04-18
  86. Cuban state media say new president to be elected Wednesday (Washington Post)2018-04-18
  87. Cuban state media say new president to be elected Wednesday (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-18
  88. Castro era to end in Cuba as Raul set to step down (Al-Jazeera)2018-04-18
  89. A new era opens in Cuba as Raul Castro prepares for a successor (CNN)2018-04-18
  90. In Havana, mechanics are restoring the American classic car legacy (CNN)2018-04-18
  91. Cuba opens National Assembly session that will choose Raul Castro’s successor as president (Washington Post)2018-04-18
  92. The Latest: Cuba opens session to choose new president (Washington Post)2018-04-18
  93. Cuba opens National Assembly session that will choose Raul Castro's successor as president (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-18
  94. The Latest: Cuba opens session to choose new president (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-18
  95. Raul Castro leaving Cuban presidency, not power (Washington Post)2018-04-18
  96. Raul Castro leaving Cuban presidency, not power (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-18
  97. A look at Cuba at a time of political transition (Washington Post)2018-04-18
  98. A look at Cuba at a time of political transition (The New Zealand Herald)2018-04-18
  99. AP Explains: For Americans, big changes in travel to Cuba (Washington Post)2018-04-18
  100. In Cuba’s National Assembly, Raúl Castro marks last moments of his family’s rule (Washington Post)2018-04-18

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