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Mexico, Central America, and Carribbean Bureau Chief — New York Times

NY Times Bureau Chief, Mexico, Central America + Caribbean. Panamanian-New Jerseyan. Rutgers. Eat, swim, write. Instagram: LatAmPix Email: randya@nytimes.com

Conflict, and smiles, as U.S. and Cuba discuss ties

staradvertiser.com — HAVANA >> The United States and Cuba held talks on Thursday to re-establish diplomatic ties broken during the Cold War, aiming to put the countries on a path toward normal relations after decades of hostility, acrimony and mistrust.

Conflict, and Smiles, as U.S. and Cuba Discuss Ties

nytimes.com — HAVANA - The United States and Cuba held talks on Thursday to re-establish diplomatic ties broken during the Cold War, aiming to put the countries on a path toward normal relations after decades of hostility, acrimony and mistrust.

U.S. and Cuba Set to Discuss Diplomatic Ties

nytimes.com — HAVANA - Seeking to restore relations ruptured more than five decades ago, the United States and Cuba began talks here on Wednesday by agreeing to disagree on a central issue dividing them - the privilege of Cubans who arrive in the United States to automatically qualify for residency.

U.S. Outpost In Cuba to Step Out of Shadows

nytimes.com — HAVANA - Fidel Castro called the building a "nest of spies," routinely marshaling tens of thousands of people to protest at its doorstep. His government even made a television mini-series with what it called images of American diplomats lurking in a forest nearby, dropping off suspicious bags and marking benches in acts of espionage.

Members of Congress, in Cuba, Discuss Trade but Don’t Meet With Castro

nytimes.com — HAVANA - A delegation of members of Congress who have been some of the strongest advocates of lifting the American trade embargo with Cuba concluded a three-day visit here on Monday with optimism over trade deals but without an anticipated meeting with President Raúl Castro - apparently because of its decision to meet with several Cuban dissidents.

U.S. eases decades-old limits on travel to Cuba

seattletimes.com — Originally published Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 10:04 PM WASHINGTON - The U.S. government on Friday will begin making it easier for Americans to travel to Cuba than it has been for more than 50 years.

U.S. to ease limits on Cuba travel, opening door to commercial flights

twincities.com — WASHINGTON -- For decades, the aging tourist mecca of Havana beckoned, but the United States did not make it easy for Americans hoping to visit. They had to justify their trips to a government agency, apply for licenses, sign up with a firm organizing "people to people" exchanges or circumvent the law altogether by flying somewhere else first.

Cuba Is Reported to Release 26 Dissidents

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - After a flurry of arrests in recent weeks raised questions about its human rights record, Cuba on Thursday released more than two dozen dissidents, some of them believed to be among 53 it had agreed to free last month as the United States and Cuba decided to normalize diplomatic relations.

Mexico’s Leader, Peña Nieto, Praises Obama on Immigration

nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - Mexico's president, Enrique Peña Nieto, on Tuesday praised President Obama 's actions to shield millions of unauthorized immigrants from deportation, describing them as "an act of justice" after meeting with Mr. Obama at the White House.

Cuba: Performance Artist Is Freed

nytimes.com — The Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera was released from custody on Friday after her third arrest this week related to her efforts to push for freedom of expression. Her #YoTambienExijo (I also demand) support group said she returned to her mother's house after being released from a police station, though the authorities have not returned her passport.
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Jan 23, 2015

In Cuba, Artistic Freedom Remains in Question, as performance artist Tania #Bruguera found out in series of arrests nyti.ms/1yYhnFL

Jan 23, 2015

US-Cuba talks show no breakthrough on renewing diplomatic ties; at one point could not agree on what discussed when nyti.ms/1CHOxqb

Jan 22, 2015

RT @peterbakernyt: Getting to this late but so worth checking out @randyNYT on crazy spy-v-spy history of US interest section in Cuba. mobile.nytimes.com/2015/01/21/wor…

Jan 22, 2015

Cuba also says hard to reestablish diplomatic ties while still on US list of state sponsors of terrorism. Obama admin reviewing designation

Jan 22, 2015

US says human rights raised and discussed at meeting with Cuba this morning. Cuba says topic not discussed. Were they at same meeting?

Jan 22, 2015

US, Cuba delegations in Havana now beginning talks on restoring diplomatic ties. Earlier, disagreement on migration nyti.ms/1CDBg27

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