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B. 2016-05-01 US cruise ship travels to Cuba for first time in decades Havana, Cuba
C. 2015-09-28 Raul Castro calls for US to lift trade embargo UN Gen. Assembly
D. 2014-12-17 Castro urges US to lift Cuba embargo Cuba
2014-12-17 US and Cuba seek to normalise ties Washington
F. 2010-03-08 US eases sanctions to allow freer web Washington
G. 2009-06-03 OAS revokes suspension of Cuba Honduras
H. 2009-04-14 Castro wants more from Obama on Cuba Cuba
I. 2009-04-13 Obama eases Cuba travel restrictions Washington

  Raul Castro calls for US to lift trade embargo  UN Gen. Assembly: Cuban President has told the UN that normal relations with the US will only be possible if America takes a number of measures   Castro urges US to lift Cuba embargo
  US cruise ship travels to Cuba for first time in decades Map of Havana Cuba


year 2016 Top ^

May.1
  The Adoni, carrying some 700 passengers, is sailing to Cuba from the US, the first such trip in more than 50 years


year 2015 Top ^

Sep.28


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.17
  Cuban President Raul Castro has urged the US to end its trade embargo after the countries opened formal talks on restoring diplomatic relations

  Washington: US and Cuba are to start talks to normalise diplomatic ties in a historic shift in relations between the two countries, US officials say


year 2010 Top ^

Mar.8   US eases sanctions to allow freer web
  Washington: The treasury department has eased sanctions on Iran, Cuba and Sudan to help further the use of web services and support opposition groups

year 2009 Top ^

Jun.3 OAS revokes suspension of Cuba
   Honduras: Latin American nations overwhelmingly rejected 47-year-old U.S. policy toward Cuba, voting to revoke the communist nation's 1962 suspension Apr.14   Castro wants more from Obama on Cuba  Fidel Castro: The U.S. policy shift toward Cuba makes no mention of the 'harshest of measures' -- the economic blockade Apr.13   Obama eases Cuba travel restrictions
  Washington: President Obama lifted all restrictions on the ability of individuals to visit relatives in Cuba, as well as to send them remittances


year 2008 Top ^

Jun.19 EU to lift sanctions against Cuba
  European Union: The European Union is to lift sanctions imposed on Cuba in 2003 in protest at the imprisonment of 70 Cuban dissidents by the Castro government


year 2007 Top ^

Oct.24   Bush reaffirms Cuba embargo  Washington: U.S. President ruled out any easing of the decades-old U.S. trade embargo but proposed loosening some restrictions on contacts

year 2003 Top ^

Oct.10   US to tighten Cuba sanctions
  Washington: President Bush has announced fresh measures designed to hasten the end of communist rule in Cuba

year 2002 Top ^

May.20   Bush condemned over embargo  National Assembly speaker Alarcon criticised US President for pandering to the 'terrorist mafia' in Miami   Bush stands firm on Cuba embargo
  Washington: President has set out a list of conditions, including free and fair National Assembly elections next year, May.14 Lift Cuba embargo, Carter tells US
Map of Havana Cuba  Former US President has called to end 40-year economic embargo in a televised address in Havana

year 2001 Top ^

Jul.14 Bush takes tougher Cuba line  Washington: President confirmed support for economic and travel sanctions and denounced the Communist government


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