Today in History for February 15th

Highlights of this day in history: The U.S. battleship Maine explodes in Havana harbor, bringing America closer to war with Spain; The Soviet Union’s last troops leave Afghanistan; Astronomer Galileo and suffragist Susan B. Anthony born. (Feb. 15)

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At least three dead, 172 injured in Havana tornado

A rare and powerful tornado hit several neighborhoods in Havana on January 27, killing at least three people, injuring 172 and leaving part of the city in the dark.

Deadly Tornado Batters Havana

(28 Jan 2019) Cuba’s capital, Havana, was battered by what appeared to be a deadly tornado, as powerful winds and heavy rains downed power lines causing a blackout overnight. Cuba’s President said the tornado killed people and injured more than 170 others. (Jan. 28)

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Storm in Cuba: Red Cross evacuate mothers with babies

Red Cross volunteers evacuate mothers with babies from a hospital in Havana as a rare and powerful tornado hit the Cuban capital, killing three people and leaving 172 injured. IMAGES of mothers and babies being evacuated

People evacuated after Havana floods

People in Havana are evacuated from the flooded streets after strong winds gusts, coming from the south of the United States, caused intense waves to enter the city.

Cubans struggle to find bread after flour shortage

Cubans line up at bakeries across Havana, waiting hours for a loaf of bread, a basic good that has become hard to find after some important mills broke down on the island, resulting in a shortage of flour.

Cuba president holds welcoming ceremony for Panama president

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel holds welcoming ceremony for Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela in Havana during his state visit. IMAGES+COMPLETES VID1256885_EN+

Cuba pays tribute to late French singer Aznavour

Cubans remember French singer Charles Aznavour through song and dance at the Salón Rosado de la Tropical Benny Moré in Havana.

Cubans dance to their carnival rhythms in Havana

Havana swings to the high rhythms of its annual carnival.