December 21, 2014, 1:14 am
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Vladimir Putin just invited Kim Jong Un to visit Russia

Washington Post - By : Ishaan Tharoor

Officials in Moscow confirmed Friday that North Korean despot Kim Jong Un may attend ceremonies next year commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.

It would be Kim's first public foreign visit since coming to power in December 2011. "Yes, such an invitation was sent," confirmed Dmitry Peskov, a Kremlin spokesman, speaking to Reuters. -



Castro: Essential Problem of Embargo Must Be Resolved

BusinessWeek - By : Staff Reporting

Cuban President Raul Castro urged the U.S. to end a five-decade economic embargo against the Caribbean island, while welcoming an agreement to restore relations.

“We share the idea that this may open a new era between the United S...


Putin predicts economy recover in two years

Washington Post - By : Staff Reporting

Russian President Vladimir Putin, under pressure to show how to pull Russia out of its economic crisis, predicted Thursday the country will recover in two years at the most, despite a looming recession, a severely weakened ruble and growing fea...


Alan Gross freed from Cuba prison, returns to U.S., Wiki-Bio

CBS News - By : Staff Reporting

American Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison after five years and arrived back in the U.S. Wednesday morning. Hours after Gross' release, the Obama administration announced that the U.S. was taking steps to restore full diplomacy with ...



Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund Surges 50%

Forbes - By : Staff Reporting

Thomas J. Herzfeld has been waiting over two decades for the U.S. government to normalize trade relations with Cuba, after isolating the Communist country 90 miles offshore from Florida for over a half century.

A closed-end fund Herzfeld manages called the Nasdaq-listed Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund (ticker: CUBA) surged as much as 50% to seven-year highs on Wednesday ... - Referenced Article




U.S. set to blame North Korea for Sony hack

CNN Money - By : Staff Reporting

U.S. investigators say an announcement pinning the blame on hackers working for the Pyongyang regime could come as soon as Thursday.

Because of the North Korean regime's tight control of the Internet in the reclusive country, U.S. officials believe the hack was ordered directly by the country's leadership. - Referenced Article



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