Fifty-four years after the failed CIA operation, Cubans there on Giron beach recount the botched raid.
The lives of 304 people - including 250 schoolchildren - were lost a year ago, prompting national angst and anger.
As officials work on peace deals with separatists, a rogue religious battalion vows to fight its way to Moscow.
Despite risk of decades-long jail term, Zunar the Malaysian cartoonist vows to carry on cartooning.
Supporters say it could lift country out of poverty, but opponents point to potential for environment and rights abuses.
Educators in UK say anti-terrorism laws push them to spy on students under the guise of promoting 'British values'.
Recent 'Reclaim Australia' rallies and counter-rallies across country highlight social tensions and xenophobic fears.
As Castro and Obama meet in Panama, Cubans give their take on potential normalisation of relations after 54 years.
As election day nears, insurgent parties see new possibilities to break the two-party dominance in UK politics.
Hopes are high in Cuba as the presidents meet face-to-face on Friday for first time since historic handshake in 2013.