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Urge US Congress to declassify and ban neuroweapons use and human experimentation

Life Site 28 Mar 2023
Are we to believe that human subjects gave consent to receiving neurotoxins, targeted energy intended to weaken or disable them (we would be naive to think we are not in possession of technology used by Cuba), and other forms of neuroweapons with a potentially vast array of ...
photo: AP / Juan Carlos Hernandez
Fisherman walk on the shore where Iranian oil tanker Fortune is anchored behind at the dock of El Palito refinery near Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, Monday, May 25, 2020

Venezuela's commercial oil exports nearly halted as reviews expand

Reuters 24 Mar 2023
Iran's Naftiran Intertrade Company (NICO), U.S.-based Chevron (CVX.N), Cuba's state-owned Cubametales and Hangzhou Energy, according to PDVSA schedules ... Hangzhou Energy's contract is the only one so far ratified after the audit, according to one of the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Venezuela to ship fuel to Cuba on US-blacklisted supertanker

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 14 Mar 2023
... help its political ally overcome an energy crisis with repeated blackouts.

Cuba destroy Taiwan’s WBC dreams

Taipei Times 12 Mar 2023
Coming off an emotional World Baseball Classic (WBC) win over the Netherlands fewer than 14 hours earlier, Taiwan yesterday needed to defeat a well-rested Cuba in what was essentially an elimination game for both teams ... Taiwan’s Yu Chang scores a run in their WBC Pool A game against Cuba in Taichung yesterday.

US threat perception report: Russia and China dominate Washington’s mindset

Russia Today 10 Mar 2023
Similarly, it rings alarm bells regarding Russia’s overtures in Latin America in “countries that Moscow sees as key players or close partners, including Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela” to amplify its influence.

Cuba energy crisis: Gov’t seeks solutions as blackouts continue

The Daily Telegraph Australia 07 Mar 2023
While Havana, the capital, is mainly spared, Cubans throughout the country’s provinces are facing power cuts ....

The Havana Syndrome Case Cracked

Dissident Voice 07 Mar 2023
The Havana Syndrome was first reported in Cuba in 2016 ... The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) concluded in a December 2020 report that the most likely probable cause of the AHIs was pulsed microwave energy. Inferring blame to Cuba and Russia for the “sonic attacks” ... US’s Cuba policy.

It Sure Doesn’t Seem Like Havana Syndrome Is Russia’s Fault

New York Magazine 01 Mar 2023
The agencies couldn’t locate a consistent pattern among the cases over the years; found no evidence that Russia, Cuba, or any other foreign government knew the attacks were taking place; and concluded that several of the incidents had occurred in places where it would be next-to-impossible to position an energy-directed weapon.

3 Massive blackouts in February raise alarm bells in Cuba

La Prensa Latina 23 Feb 2023
Cuba also has leased two new floating power plants from Turkish energy company Karadeniz ... In that regard, Cuba’s energy and mines minister says ending the island’s dependence on fossil fuels would be the “definitive solution to the energy issue.” Tags.

Why is Cuba facing power outages? Here’s everything you may need to know

The Economic Times 23 Feb 2023
As per Cuba’s Ministry of Energy and Mines, it was revealed that half of the island is facing a power outage ... .

Cuba suffers third major blackout in a week

Reuters 22 Feb 2023
HAVANA, Cuba, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Cuba on Tuesday suffered its third major blackout in little more than a week, leaving a vast swath of the center and east of the island without power, energy officials said on state-run TV.

'I hope I will finally meet my dad': Gary Glitter's tattoo artist son says he ...

The Daily Mail 18 Feb 2023
He has lots of energy and is always very positive.' ... Glitter met Gary Jr's mum while he was hiding out in communist Cuba as he tried to evade child abuse charges back home in the 1990s ... 'And even if you have money in Cuba, it is not possible to buy the things you need. 'I don't know why, but the system in Cuba is broken.

Cuba says blackouts to return as aging power plants overhauled

Reuters 17 Feb 2023
HAVANA, Cuba, Feb 17 (Reuters) - Rolling blackouts will resume in Cuba and last until May, the Minister of Energy and Mines said, while the country overhauls decades-old oil-fired power plants ahead of the energy-intense summer season ... Tourists in Cuba brave worsening shortages, article with gallery.

As We See It: Moving the lines in Ukraine

Corvallis Gazette-Times 17 Feb 2023
The level and quality of military support for Ukraine from NATO countries is increasing, just as Russia prepares a new offensive ... This will include the training — in NATO countries, including the United States — to effectively use these weapons ... The U.S ... +1 ... +1 ... Bush ... energy policy. He is author of “The Energy Security Dilemma ... The Curious Case of Cuba.”.

Russia donates 25,000 tonnes of wheat to ally Cuba as ties deepen

FX Empire 15 Feb 2023
The Russian ambassador in Havana, Andrei Guskov, said in a brief dockside ceremony in the Cuban capital that Moscow “accompanies Cuba’s efforts in its development in areas such as industry, machinery, transportation and energy.” ... Cuba has been under a U.S ... owed by Cuba until 2027.

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In this photo made from video provided by the Russian Defense Ministry Press Service on Tuesday, March 28, 2023, a Russian navy boat launches an anti-ship missile test in the Peter The Great Gulf in the Sea of Japan
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The Pressidente of the Uruguayan Football Association José Luis Corbo drinking water during the FIFA Beach Soccer Wolrd Cup 2009 Qualifier Sweepstakes, Uruguayan Football Museum, Montevideo, Uruguay, 16th February, 2009
WN / Sebastián Castillos