National Security Adviser John Bolton announces new U.S. sanctions on Cuba and the Maduro regime in Venezuela.
The Trump administration is removing a ban restricting U.S. citizens from filing lawsuits against foreign firms working at properties seized by Cuba, following the 1959 Revolution.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently addressed the refugee crisis in Peru, while speaking in the country’s capital.
Venezuela says it will continue its trade relationship with Cuba. The country reportedly shipped out one million barrels of crude oil to Cuba, just after the U.S. slapped fresh sanctions on countries that do business with Caracas. In a statement shortly after, Cuba’s communist party leader Raul Castro said his country would never abandon its ally.