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Today’s Headlines: Laguna Woods shooting was a hate crime, sheriff alleges

The Los Angeles Times 17 May 2022
travel to Cuba and lift Trump-era restrictions. These measures and the pandemic contributed to an economic crisis in Cuba, where people suffer from shortages of basic products, power outages and rationing. Energy-producing states struggle to replace fossil fuel tax revenue.
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Oil from Iran soon to arrive in Venezuela & Nicaragua bypassing Western sanctions

Sott 14 May 2022
... Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua in recent weeks to strengthen strategic ties in the energy field between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Latin America.
photo: AP / Julio Cortez
Balloons in the shape of the airport code for Jose Marti Havana Airport are displayed on a window overlooking planes
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US issues visas in Cuba for first time in more than four years

Al Jazeera 03 May 2022
The United States embassy in Cuba began issuing visas for the first time in more than four years after disruption due to alleged sonic attacks against its diplomatic personnel, and at a time when the island is experiencing increasing emigration ... The move comes after the US held its highest-level diplomatic talks with Cuba late last month.
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Feature: Cuba seeks to promote sustainable tourism amid climate change impacts

Xinhua 03 May 2022
At present, Cuba adopts measures to increase the use of renewable energy sources in the tourism sector while reducing plastic pollution and improving water management in the island's tourist destinations ... Cuba's top meteorologist Jose Rubiera said that more active hurricane seasons are projected for years to come in the Caribbean.
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Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela's Maduro government unlikely to be invited to regional summit -U.S.

Reuters 28 Apr 2022
WASHINGTON, April 27 (Reuters) - Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government are likely to be excluded from the U.S.-hosted Summit of the Americas to be held in June in Los Angeles, a senior State Department official said on Wednesday ... Relations have remained tense with Cuba's Communist government under U.S.
photo: AP / Alberto Pezzali
A London underground driver walks to the carriage on an empty platform at Leytonstone Station, during lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak, in London, Saturday, April 25, 2020.
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Energy Crises in the Time of Covid: Precarious Fossil Infrastructures

Resilience 26 Apr 2022
But prior to Putin’s war, energy crises played out across dozens of countries in 2021 ... Inside Pandemic-related Energy Crises ... Can energy crises stimulate degrowth innovations? Might fledgling movements for community solar (e.g., as exist in Cuba, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico) help solve energy poverty and climate goals at the same time?.
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