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Monthly Archives: July 2011

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Cuba should free Alan GrossBy Editorial, Saturday, July 30, 2:05 AM

ALAN P. GROSS, the U.S. Agency for International Development subcontractor who committed what Cuba considers the unconscionable offense of making the Internet available to members of its minuscule Jewish… Continue reading

Cubans Aren't Racist, But…By Patricia Grogg

HAVANA, Jul 29, 2011 (IPS) – "I'm not racist, but at night, if I see three black men coming, I cross the street"; "I have a black friend, but I'd never accept him as… Continue reading

Sad Memory / Miguel Iturria SavonMiguel Iturria Savón, Translator: Unstated

It was July 15 or 16, 1994 when Angela Medina, my children's aunt, asked me to accompany her to a house in the Purisima neighborhood, Cotorro municipality, where she saw… Continue reading

Food imports put Cuban reforms at riskPublished: July 28, 2011 at 11:46 AM

HAVANA, July 28 (UPI) — High food imports are putting Cuban economic reforms at risk because of the drain they pose on foreign exchange resources.The government sounded… Continue reading

Cuba seeks more active role for youth

Calls grow for more power to be given to nation's youth as government marks 58th anniversary of communist revolution.Last Modified: 28 Jul 2011 11:51

Cuba has marked the 58th anniversary of the communist… Continue reading

A Law Easy to Neutralize / Fernando DámasoFernando Dámaso, Translator: Unstated

Cyclically, like the seasons, the Cuban Adjustment Act appears in the national media, always to criticize it, to call it a murderous law and to demand its repeal. It… Continue reading

Watching Yesterday's Event / Regina CoyulaRegina Coyula, Translator: Unstated

I decided not to write about the celebration of the event for the 26th of July. Last year's post would be perfect to narrate the essence of what happened yesterday in… Continue reading

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