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Cuba baffled by mystery brain injuries to US diplomats

Cuban authorities on Sunday said they remained baffled by a mystery ailment that has afflicted numerous US diplomats on the island, with the latest case reported last month.

Plane in Cuba crash was poorly maintained, alleges former pilot

A Mexican pilot who once flew the leased passenger plane that crashed in Cuba, killing 107 people on board, said Saturday he had previously complained about alleged sub-standard practices by the aircraft’s owner.

Cuba declares two-day mourning after 107 die in plane crash

Cuba begins two days of national mourning on Saturday for victims of the crash of a state airways plane that killed all but three of its 110 passengers and crew.

Over 100 killed as passenger plane crashes in Cuba

More than 100 people were killed in a fatal crash of a Boeing 737 passenger plane in Cuba yesterday, Cuban broadcaster CubaTV reported.

Cuban president says many feared dead in plane crash

A Cuban state airways plane with 104 passengers on board crashed shortly after taking off Friday from Havana's Jose Marti airport, leaving a thick column of smoke over the scene.

Airliner crashes on takeoff from Havana

A Cuban state airways passenger plane with 104 passengers on board crashed shortly after taking off Friday from Havana’s Jose Marti airport, state media reported.

Kenyan medical union decries plan by government to import Cuban doctors

The Kenyan Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists Union (KMPDU) on Monday said that the government’s plan to hire 100 Cuban doctors, was unethical because there are enough doctors locally.

Deontay Wilder offers Anthony Joshua $50m for heavyweight mega-fight

Deontay Wilder told Anthony Joshua “the money’s in the bag” as prospects rose Wednesday of a blockbuster world title unification bout between the unbeaten heavyweights.

Ugandan doctors oppose govt’s plan to hire Cuban medical personnel

Ugandan doctors on Tuesday opposed the government’s move to hire at least 200 medical personnel from Cuba to work in public hospitals in rural areas.

Cuban leadership changes, but that’s all for now

Cuba's president may no longer be named Castro, but the communist system that Fidel and Raul cemented over the course of decades is not going anywhere, at least not soon.

Canada recalls diplomat families from Cuba

Canada is recalling the families of diplomats posted to Havana, the government said Monday, as it continues to investigate “unusual health symptoms” reported by its staff last year.

Zambia defends decision to expel Cuban envoy

The Zambian government on Wednesday defended its decision to expel a Cuban envoy, who publicly declared support to a new opposition party.

Zambia expels Cuban ambassador for ‘backing’ new opposition party

Zambia has asked Cuba to recall its ambassador for openly supporting the newly launched opposition Socialist Party, the president’s spokesman said on Sunday.

Zambia asks Cuba to recall ambassador for backing new opposition party

Zambia has asked Cuba to recall its ambassador for openly supporting the newly launched opposition Socialist Party, the president's spokesman said on Sunday.

Anthony Joshua: Joseph Parker a bigger all-round threat than Deontay Wilder

Britain’s Anthony Joshua says his next opponent, WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker, is a better-rounded fighter than Deontay Wilder.

Ghana, Cuba to battle malaria in West Africa

Ghana is renewing discussion with Cuba for the establishment of Biolarvicide factory to produce insecticide to destroy larvae of a mosquito and help control pest and mosquito transmitted diseases West Africa sub-region.

Fidel Castro’s eldest son commits suicide

The eldest son of the late Cuban president Fidel Castro committed suicide on Thursday, state media reported. He was 68 years old.

I want to fight Anthony Joshua in America – Deontay Wilder

Deontay Wilder has issued a warning to rival Anthony Joshua that he would be reluctant to leave America for their potential super fight, according to Daily Mail.

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