Cuba’s grand but long-disdained “Capitolio” has been getting a physical and symbolic makeover.
A letter marked the former leader’s first comments on the breakthrough deal toward restoring relations.
Some Cubans fear that America’s immigration benefits — which essentially treat anyone from the island as a political refugee — are in jeopardy.
The meeting sends a message of support as U.S. talks with the Cuban government continue.
But Havana wants a change in American migration policy.
There’s no clear successor to Castro, and the five men have youth, fame and revolutionary credentials.
The amount of marijuana seized at the Mexican border has fallen nearly 40 percent since 2011.
Persisting regulations feed firms’ anxiety. And Cuba may not want a flood of American firms.
As relations thaw between the two countries, drug-enforcement could be a source of further cooperation.
He interrupted regularly-scheduled programming 103 times last year, speaking for a combined 174 hours and 25 minutes, according to a year-end tally by El Nacional.