HAVANA (Worthy News)– Russia plans to reopen an electronic listening post in Cuba that was used during the Cold War, the BBC reported.
Russia has made a deal with Cuba to reopen an electronic listening post on the Caribbean island that was used by the Soviets to spy on the US during the Cold War, Russian officials say.
The Lourdes base near Havana lies 250km (150 miles) from the US coast.
The agreement with Cuba came during a visit to the Communist-run island by Russian President Vladimir Putin last week, the Kommersant newspaper says. — Source
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