Daily Archives: January 9, 2010
Minister: Cuban Economy More Organized in 2010
HAVANA, Cuba, Jan 8 (acn) Marino Murillo, Cuban Economy and Planning Minister said this Friday in Havana that Cuba began 2010 with better organization over the previous year, although the international situation remains… Continue reading
CG Repatriates 43 Cuban MigrantsJanuary 08, 2010U.S. Coast Guard|by PO3 Barry Bena
MIAMI – The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Ocracoke repatriated 43 Cuban migrants to Bahia de Cabañas, Cuba, after they were interdicted during two separate events.
Cuban doctors bribed officials to defect via Venezuela
About 200 Cuban doctors serving on aid mission Barrio Adentro defected in 2009 to the United States
After bribing Venezuelan and Cuban staff who work as immigration officers at Maiquetía airport (16… Continue reading
Cuba will continue working to improve communication servicesPublished on Friday, January 8, 2010
HAVANA, Cuba (AIN) — Cuba will continue searching for technological, security and financial solutions to increase telecommunication services provided to the population.
Granma newspaper featured an article… Continue reading
EU must be 'demanding' with Cuba: Spain(AFP)
MADRID — Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero called Friday on the European Union to be "demanding" with Cuba even while pushing for dialogue with the island's communist regime.
Spain, which assumed… Continue reading
Roar, tyrants, you cannot hide your racist deedsBY NAT HENTOFF • January 9, 2010
The Nov. 30 "Acting on Our Conscience: A Declaration of African-American Support for the Civil Rights Struggle in Cuba" by 60 prominent black Americans denouncing the… Continue reading
Cuba Policy Not on Spain's Agenda for EU Presidency
BERLIN – Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero has said that European Union policy towards Cuba is not a priority and is not even on the agenda of Spain's six-month… Continue reading
I'll be Havana go at fixing the crumbling landmarks of CubaPublished Date: 09 January 2010By Ian Swanson
EXPERTISE from restoration projects in Edinburgh could help rescue crumbling historic buildings in Cuba under plans drawn up by a city architect.Ian Parsons,… Continue reading
More Cell Phones in CubaJanuary 8, 2010By Circles Robinson
HAVANA TIMES, Jan. 8 – Mobile telephone service in Cuba closed 2009 with 600,000 clients (of the 11.2 million Cubans), said First Deputy Minister of Communications Ramón Linares Torres.
In April… Continue reading
Independent librarian detained over children's partyCUBANET
HAVANA, Cuba, Jan. 8(Julio Beltrán, Agencia Libre Asociada / www.cubanet.org) – Independent librarian Ileana Margarita Pérez says she was detained by police on Three Kings Day and questioned during an eight-hour period.
"I… Continue reading
Posted on Friday, 01.08.10
Coast Guard returns Cuban 15 migrants stopped off shores of Miami
The U.S. Coast Guard has returned a group of Cuban migrants who were stopped eight miles away from the shores of Miami.
Fifteen migrants and… Continue reading