Human Rights in Cuba

Time To Change

January 2010
« Dec   Feb »
Waiting for help
Waiting for help

Monthly Archives: January 2010

1 2 3 6

Oil industry shows interest in warming up ties to CubaBy Johannes Werner, Guest ColumnistIn Print: Sunday, January 31, 2010

What with full patdowns for Cuba travelers at U.S. airports, continued Bush-era regime-change programs, and Havana arresting a USAID subcontractor, it's… Continue reading

Iran, Cuba seek expanded economic co-opTehran Times Economic Desk

TEHRAN – The Iranian industry and mines minister met the Cuban deputy foreign affairs minister in Tehran and called for all-out strengthening of bilateral relations.

The Mehr News Agency reported that… Continue reading

Unleash the Googles on CubaJanuary 29, 2010by Liz Harper

U.S.-Cuba dynamics continue to follow the traditional script of mixed signals. The romance is there; the trust is not.

Shortly after U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Bisa Williams returned from… Continue reading

January 27, 2010Cuba's Latest WhopperBy Humberto Fontova

The U.S. Defense Dept. "caused the Haiti earthquake with electromagnetic shock-wave bombs," reports the Castro regime. "Iran is Next."

Intrepid bloggers at Babalu Blog discovered the stunning revelation above in an exclusive article… Continue reading

Detained contractor still under investigation in CubaThu Jan 28, 11:58 AMBy Nelson Acosta

HAVANA (Reuters) – A U.S. contractor accused by Cuba of distributing illegal communications equipment remains under investigation, and his alleged actions would be considered a "serious crime"… Continue reading

Cuba: A catastrophe in waitingBy KENNETH A. CHANDLERLast Updated: 8:02 AM, January 27, 2010

Much has been written about Haiti being a failed state in the wake of its devastating earthquake. But just to its west lies another human catastrophe… Continue reading

Cuba: Stop Harassing Human Rights Defender and Family27 Jan 2010 15:54:00 GMTSource: Human Rights Watch

(Washington, DC) – The Cuban government should immediately cease its harassment of the blind human rights defender Juan Carlos González Leiva, a leader of the… Continue reading

HRW calls on Cuba to end harassmentPublished: Jan. 27, 2010 at 3:49 PM

WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UPI) — Cuban authorities should end their alleged harassment of blind human rights defender Juan Carlos Gonzalez Leiva, Human Rights Watch said Wednesday.

In… Continue reading

Cuba, U.S. set for migration talks next monthNelson AcostaHAVANAWed Jan 27, 2010 3:37pm EST

HAVANA (Reuters) – Cuban and U.S. negotiators will meet in February for a second round of talks on migration issues since the discussions were renewed last… Continue reading

Posted on Tuesday, 01.26.10Support for U.S. programs that help Cuba running on emptyThe money helps support dissidents, independent journalists and other peaceful civil society groups.By JUAN O.

The U.S. government's Cuba democracy programs are all but paralyzed, facing political,… Continue reading

Posted on Wednesday, 01.27.10Almost 300,000 Cubans abroad visited island in '09By ANDREA RODRIGUEZAssociated Press Writer

HAVANA — Nearly 300,000 Cubans living abroad visited their homeland last year, the island's foreign minister said Wednesday, but he insisted a loosening of travel… Continue reading

Norway to support Cuban doctors working in HaitiHAVANA, Jan 24, 2010 (Xinhua via COMTEX) —

Norway has committed itself to supporting Cuba's medical relief work in Haiti, where a 7.3-magnitude earthquake has claimed more than 100,000 lives, a local daily… Continue reading

Russia to ship wheat to Cuba, BangladeshMonday January 25, 2010 02:10:14 AM GMTRUSSIA-WHEAT* State trader starts sales from intervention stocks* 100,000 T in aid to Cuba between Feb and summer* Up to 300,000 T to Bangladesh, time unknown* Plans to… Continue reading

1 2 3 6
Zapata lives
Zapata lives
No place to live
No place to live