Outrage grows in New York after officer cleared in chokehold death

(Reuters) - Thousands of protesters were expected to take to the streets of New York on Friday in a third day of demonstrations against police violence, even as prosecutors said they would consider charges against an officer for the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man in November.

  • Published in World

Travel to Cuba Is Booming

HAVANA – According to my boarding pass, I arrived in Havana on American Airlines flight 9470. The crew that flew me here wore the airline’s uniforms and the plane belongs to the carrier.

  • Published in Specials

U.S. Academic Asks Washington to Listen to Global Opinion on Cuba

Washington, December 2 (RHC) -- The professor emeritus of international relations at the State University of New York (SUNY), Eloise Linger, said that it is time for the United States to take the courageous and humanitarian step of normalizing relations with Cuba.

  • Published in Cuba
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