After Cuban leader Fidel Castro’s death last week, nine days of mourning were proclaimed, as many on the island nation looked back fondly on the iconic figure. Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear speaks with former political prisoner Fernando Gonzalez about the impact of Castro’s death and what it will mean for the future of Cuba and its people.
According to police reports, the suspect held the hostages in the Asieland travel agency office on Boulevard Massena.
The Japan Air Self-Defence Force received the first of its Lockheed Martin F-35s this week at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona according to IHS Jane’s.
US Army generals gathered Thursday afternoon to begin outlining a new electronic warfare/cyber unit that could potentially conduct its first experimental exercises overseas as soon as 2017.
Gary Munker, a Long Island, New York, resident claiming that he is a spokesman for the racist group Ku Klux Klan, proudly proclaimed to AFP that his organization’s membership “grows by the day,” and that the notorious organization will stage a rally on December 3, to celebrate the victory of Donald Trump’s presidential bid.
Privacy concerns are being raised regarding Uber’s latest update, which continues to track riders, even after they have completed their trip.
On Thursday, December 1, space hero and American icon Buzz Aldrin was in the midst of a trip to Antarctica when his physical condition deteriorated and he had to be evacuated, first to the American research base McMurdo Station, then to a hospital in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Exotic forms of life may exist in Pluto’s slushy ocean, according to professor William McKinnon from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
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