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Cuba - Bio, News, Photos

Cuba says the island's dissident groups are paid agents of the United States government and exile groups working to bring down the Communist government, which prosecutes them with measures akin to those of any state battling foreign agents. Michael could cause life-threatening flash floods and mudslides in parts of western Cuba, forecasts say, with rains of 3-7 inches (7-17 centimeters) expected. → Read More

Americans overwhelmingly fear foreign meddling in the midterm elections: Survey

With a week to go before Election Day, two-thirds of Americans believe Russia or other foreign governments will try to influence the midterms, according to a new national survey by Pew Research Center. → Read More

U.K. to mark Brexit with commemorative coin

The British Government will commemorate the U.K.'s exit from the European Union (EU) with a new coin bearing the words "Friendship With All Nations," according to reports. → Read More

China oil refineries pull back from business with Iran

Beijing has long vowed to defy the revived U.S. sanctions, but this week a key Chinese export-finance bank and the country’s largest state oil refineries indicated that they were pulling back from their business with Tehran. → Read More

Key Chinese bank signals it could stop business with Iran ahead of U.S. sanctions

As Washington prepares to reimpose harsh sanctions on Tehran's exports of oil, a major Chinese bank involved in the Islamic Republic's oil trade has reportedly announced it will stop accepting payments from Iran. → Read More

California most at-risk state for political hacking, study finds

California ranks as the most at-risk state for political hacking, with New York, Texas, Florida and Nevada rounding out the top five, according to a new report. → Read More

Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan to meet on sidelines of upcoming Syria peace talks

Russian and Turkish leaders, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will hold a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of this weekend's four-nation Syrian War summit in Istanbul, which will also gather representatives from France and Germany. → Read More

Nikki Haley UN resignation creates Latin America policy vacuum

During her almost two years serving as President Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley carved out a distinct niche as the administration’s most prominent voice confronting Latin America’s leftist regimes and even joined the occasional street demonstration. → Read More

Israeli defense minister: U.S. sanctions to thwart Iran's ability to spread terrorism

Israel’s Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said Sunday he believes the harsh sanctions that Washington will impose on Tehran early next month will not stop the Islamic republic from building a nuclear bomb, but they will significantly hamper Iran’s ability to export terrorism. → Read More

Khashoggi saga continues to stir Middle Eastern media

Media across the Middle East continue to debate the bizarre disappearance of prominent Saudi Arabian journalist and critic of his government, Jamal Khashoggi, with opinions ranging from support for the Saudi government to rage over the region's lack of a free press. → Read More

Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran's foreign minister: 'The U.S. addiction to sanctions is out of control'

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday called the latest round of U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic a violation of human rights and said, “The U.S. addiction to sanctions is out of control.” → Read More

Top House Dems blast Trump for 'irresponsibly' comparing Russian, Chinese meddling in elections

Leading House Democrats lashed out President Trump and Vice President Pence for "irresponsibly" comparing Russian and Chinese attempts to influence U.S. elections because they say the Department of Homeland Security does not support that claim. → Read More

Report warns of state voter data for sale on darknet

A new survey finds that hackers are trying to sell more than 35 million voter registration records on the darknet, fueling fears about security at the polls just weeks before the Nov. 6 midterm elections. → Read More

Jamal Khashoggi crisis threatens U.S.-Saudi Arabia oil ties

While investigators in Turkey searched the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul seeking clues to the fate of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was heading to Riyadh seeking answers of his own, the bigger question for the Trump administration was how to manage an incident that could irrevocably tarnish a critical ally at a critical time. → Read More

Hassan Rouhani accuses U.S. of seeking 'regime change' in Iran

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday accused the United States of seeking regime change in the Islamic Republic. → Read More

Warner, Rubio urge Canadian PM Trudeau to block Huawei from 5G network

Two leading Senate Intelligence committee members are urging Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ban Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei from Canada’s next-generation 5G mobile network, citing fears the technology is a major security risk. → Read More

U.S. gives warning of Iran efforts to evade sanctions

With unprecedented U.S. sanctions against Iran’s oil industry set to kick in next month, the Treasury Department is warning the rest of the world to beware of dodgy money fleeing the Islamic Republic. → Read More

Lawmakers seek to ban foreign foes from owning U.S. election infrastructure

Investments from foreign adversaries will no longer be welcome at companies involved in supporting the computer infrastructure that runs U.S. election networks, according to legislation introduced by Maryland’s two senators. → Read More

Bipartisan group of senators forward plan to break Russia's 'energy stranglehold on Europe'

Aiming to break Russia’s “energy stranglehold on Europe” and the Kremlin propaganda efforts it fuels, a bipartisan group of senators has introduced a proposal to fund $1 billion worth of energy projects across the continent. → Read More

Nation's top security chiefs warn China threatens the U.S. more than Russia

China, not Russia, presents “the broadest, most complicated, most long-term counterintelligence threat” to America, U.S. security officials have told the Senate Homeland Security committee. → Read More