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Why So Much Anger in Cuba?

Why So Much Anger in Cuba?Posted: 8/16/11 12:13 PM ET "Three boys were stabbed in the Piragua* the other night," "don't go by Zapata and G where you might be assaulted," "a former policeman killed a child for stealing mamoncillo fruit," "don't even think of going to Central Havana after ten." These are some of [...] Continue reading

El legado que dejará el Partido Comunista: el arte de robar

El legado que dejará el Partido Comunista: el arte de robar
May 7, 2011

CASA CUBA
Non Profit-Organization
Houston, Texas
www.casacuba.org

El legado que dejará el Partido Comunista: el arte de robar. Por Marzo
Fernández.

Robar: apropiarse de lo ajeno,… Continue reading

The Internet is the brainchild of the CIA, the Cuban government tells us / Iván García

"The is the brainchild of the CIA," the Cuban government tells
us / Iván García
Iván García, Translator: Raul G.

When I started working at the independent press agency, Cuba Press, in
December of 1995, internet sounded like a… Continue reading

Libya is no Cuba, Gadaffi is no Castro or Che

Libya is no Cuba, Gadaffi is no Castro or CheHumberto Fontova"The only real power comes out of a rifle." Joseph Stalin"Death is the solution to all problems - no man, no problem." Joseph Stalin"I trust no one, not even myself.&... Continue reading

Love, Freedom and Human Rights

Love, Freedom and Human Rights "¡A mí no me llevan preso por delincuente, ni por drogas ni por asesino! ¡Yo soy un hombre pacífico, defensor de los derechos humanos que Fidel le viola al pueblo cubano! ¡Vivan los derechos humanos! ¡Libertad para los presos políticos! ¡Abajo la dictadura!"Ángel Moya Acosta, Alamar, Habana, Cuba19 de marzo [...] 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

Future China of the Caribbean?

Future China of the Caribbean?
Raul rolls the dice
KONRAD YAKABUSKI
Globe and Mail Update
April 19, 2008 at 12:05 AM EDT

HAVANA — Alejandro, a 20-year-old history student at the Universidad de
la Habana, proudly shows off a sampling… Continue reading

In the last act of Castro's Cuba, a search is on for a new beginning

In the last act of Castro's Cuba, a search is on for a new beginning

In Havana last week the trucks were busy replacing vintage American and
Soviet fridges with new free models from China. Fidel Castro may have
left… Continue reading

Cuba's Waning System of Block-Watchers

Cuba's Waning System of Block-Watchers
Raul Castro May Push to Revitalize a Legacy, and Enforcement Tool, of
the Revolution

By Manuel Roig-Franzia
Washington Post Foreign Service
Tuesday, October 30, 2007; A10

CAMAGUEY, Cuba — Children swarmed the table outside Blanca… 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

State security agents arrest 21-year-old independent journalist in Havana

State security agents arrest 21-year-old independent journalist in Havana

Reporters Without Borders, 18 de septiembre de 2006.

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the detention of Ahmed
Rodríguez Albacia, 21, a member of the independent news agency Jóvenes
sin Censura, who… Continue reading

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