’s dissidents helped or hurt by Cuba government aid? In “La disidencia del dólar,” Alejandro Armengol of El Nuevo Herald weighs in. U.S.
- Cuba and Iran sign a slew of agreements, and Iran pledges $200 million in credit to boost the countries’ $4.5 million in annual trade.
- Recognizing that tourism is sensitive to costs, Cuba cuts airport fees 20 percent; refueling charges were 33 percent higher than average, Reuters reports.