Former Cuban president Fidel Castro has appeared in public for the first time in nine months, attending an art gallery opening near his home.
Emerging from seclusion, Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro sits down for his first television interview in years.
Fidel Castro meets with the corps of ambassadors to Cuba and issues another warning about impending nuclear war.
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Nick Ralston A Malaysia Airlines plane en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur has crashed in separatist-controlled eastern Ukraine.
William Rosenau How a president's son and some Mexican drug smugglers tried to help Islamic terrorists attack the United States.
Steve Lillebuen Cuban Twitter may seem an absurd plan, but here are four even more bizarre ways the US have tried to topple the Cuban regime - and its former leader Fidel Castro - in the past.
Michael Idato First Leno, then Letterman ... now Barbara?
Jonathan Landay WASHINGTON - The outpouring of acclaim for Nelson Mandela from across the American ideological spectrum contrasts with the history of an earlier era, when many politicians and others derided the late...
Rosa-Tania Valdes For sure it's just what Mandela would have wanted, but does it amount to more than that?
Nick O'Malley President Barack Obama’s tribute to Nelson Mandela at the memorial service in South Africa has been overwhelmed in America by discussion of his handshake with Cuban president Raul Castro, a nation...
Al-Qaeda leader vows to break out Muslims held in Guantanamo following similar terror jail breaks in Middle East
Carol J. Williams Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has vowed in a video released Wednesday to break out Muslim prisoners from US penitentiaries and the heavily fortified compound for terrorist suspects at Guantanamo...
A senior Barack Obama administration official is disputing Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s claim that plots against his life by former United States government officials forced him to cancel a...
Neil McMahon In the years after Nelson Mandela's release from prison, Australian journalist Neil McMahon observed the Mandela phenomenon up close as a foreign correspondent.
Girish Gupta Caracas HUNDREDS of thousands of adoring supporters descended on Caracas for a mass rally called by Hugo Chavez before the toughest election of his 14-year rule.
Fiona Govan Fidel Castro recruited former members of the Nazi SS Waffen to train his troops at the height of the Cuban missile crisis, declassified German intelligence files show.
Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has been photographed with former Venezuelan vice-president Elias Jaua, contradicting rumours he is in poor health.
HAVANA: Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has been photographed with former Venezuelan vice-president Elias Jaua, contradicting rumours he is in poor health.
1524 Spanish surrender Milan to the French.
After 14 years in power, the seemingly indefatigable Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has announced a relapse of his cancer and designated vice president Nicolas Maduro as his heir apparent.