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Miguel’s Drone, Cuba From the Air

Yoani Sanchez – Award-winning Cuban blogger Miguel’s Drone, Cuba From the Air Posted: 05/30/2014 7:03 pm EDT Updated: 05/30/2014 9:00 pm EDT Nobody knows how he got it into the country, with so many customs restrictions and government paranoia, but Miguel has a drone. Tiny, like a kid’s toy, and with a camera. In his […] Continue reading

Some Thoughts on How Cuba Can Undo the Disaster

Some Thoughts on How Cuba Can Undo the Disaster April 4, 2014 Verónica Vega HAVANA TIMES — The title of my post alludes to the question with which blogger Yoani Sanchez closes Devaluación (“Devaluation”), an article addressing the question of how the marked and profound damage the revolution has caused Cuban society could be fixed […] Continue reading

How Low Can We Stoop?

Cuba: How Low Can We Stoop? October 4, 2013 Warhol P HAVANA TIMES — I recently read an article by a fellow Havana Times blogger which mentions how the renowned Cuban actress Ana Luisa Rubio was beaten up as part of a government reprisal. When I first read her name, I had the impression I […] Continue reading

Rebeca Monzó, twitterer: “Through the needle’s eye”

Rebeca Monzó, twitterer: "Through the needle's eye" November 21, 2012 Alfredo Fernandez HAVANA TIMES – Rebecca Monzo's blog, "Through the needle's eye", at the "Voces Cubanas" (Cuban Voices) portal, represents an exquisite example of what some are already calling Feminine Cyber-culture. Every week at www.porelojodelaaguja.wordpress.com Rebeca Monzó offers us her opinion of the most important [...] Continue reading

Cuban blogger pays price for her opinions

Human Rights | 26.05.2011 Cuban blogger pays price for her opinions Cuban native Yoani Sanchez isn't known for holding her tongue, even in a country without freedom of expression. Her outspokenness has earned her the label of "mercenary of imperialism" and around-the-clock surveillance. There are some lessons we learn without needing a teacher. They're the [...] Continue reading

Cuban Days: The Inscrutable Nation

Cuban Days: The Inscrutable Nation
Tom Gjelten

I made my first reporting trip to Cuba in 1994 to cover the balsero
crisis. Over a four-week period in August and September of that year,
about 35,000 desperate Cubans took to the… Continue reading

NOTICIAS DE CUBANACAN 01-06-2009

NOTICIAS DE CUBANACAN

Estimados colaboradores a partir de este momento los invitamos a recibir
y divulgar nuestras informaciones de la otrora agencia Cubanacán Press
en el nuevo sitio digital Foro Digital Cubanacán en
www.fdcubanacan.blogspot.com.
Saludos Afectuosos
Guillermo Fariñas Hernández… Continue reading

Cuba's Dissident Movement Grows Stronger as Castro Weakens

Cuba’s Dissident Movement Grows Stronger as Castro Weakens
By Stefania Lapenna
Sunday, October 29, 2006

Despite the official claims from the communist regime in Cuba that the
tyrant Fidel Castro is recovering, and could soon return to power, the
reality… Continue reading

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