Saturday Feb 15
N Korean arms ship leaves Panama
The Panama Canal Authority recently said the ship could leave, after Pyongyang paid a nearly $700,000 fine.
Reports from Cuba: CELAC Summit Passed Like a Storm
There is not a single time that the phone rings for good news; these days every conversation is based on arrests, beatings and demonstrations, an eloquent way to carry out the Summit of CELAC which turned into a parody of the famous novel "Wuthering Heights" by Englishwoman Emily Bronte.
N.Korean sailors to head to Cuba after...
Thirty-two sailors held since July after their North Korean ship tried to move undeclared weapons through the Panama Canal will head to Cuba Thursday, their attorney said.
Panama says North Korea ship in arms case paid fine, free to go
A North Korean ship detained near the Panama Canal for holding Cuban weapons is free to go after the ship's representatives on Saturday paid a $693,333 fine to the Panama Canal Authority, the authority said in a statement.
The Baltimore Sun
Cuban boat people land in Cayman, headed for Honduras
A 30-foot sailboat with about 30 Cuban refugees aboard docked in the Cayman Islands on Sunday and passengers said they were hoping to reach Honduras.