The United Nations refugee agency urged nations not to deport or force Venezuelans, fleeing worsening political and economic crises, to go back as they deserve protection.
The current standoff between the US and Iran represents the symbiosis of hard military assets and cyber escalation.
Commerce Minister Betsy Diaz Velazquez says various forms of rationing would be employed in order to deal with shortages of staple foods.
EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says steps could include a WTO case on the issue or using a Blocking Statute, after the Trump administration lifted a ban on US citizens filing lawsuits against investors in Cuba.
US announced it will lift the suspension on lawsuits of Cuban entities for using properties confiscated after its 1959 revolution, further tightening a trade embargo on the country.
President Donald Trump's administration said it was restricting US travel and remittances to Cuba, undoing much of the thaw under former president Barack Obama.
The US is engaging in an "asphyxiating financial persecution that makes the import of goods and resources of primary necessity particularly difficult," says Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel.
US and dozens of other countries recognise opposition leader Juan Guaido as oil-rich country's interim leader against President Nicolas Maduro, who refuses to step down and accuses Guaido of being a US puppet.
Former Argentine president and current Senator Cristina Kirchner enjoys partial immunity shields her from imprisonment, as she faces another corruption investigation in which she is accused of having received tens of millions of dollars in bribes.
Title III of the Helms-Burton Act from 1996 has never gone into effect. If it did, it would allow US citizens to sue persons “trafficking” on their confiscated property in Cuba. Now Trump is contemplating whether to continue suspending it.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday blamed Russia and Cuba for causing Venezuela's political crisis by supporting President Nicolas Maduro.
Cuba used to depend on aid from its oil-rich ally Venezuela. But with Venezuela in turmoil, opening luxury hotels is "a new stage," but also "a necessity," Cuba's Tourism Minister says as his country scrambles for other revenue sources.
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