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Daily Archives: August 1, 2011

Original Names / Fernando DámasoFernando Dámaso, Translator: Unstated

Our authorities have the absurd habit of changing the names of streets, parks, shops, businesses and even some public places, according to their short-term political interests. Thus, Presidents Avenue, El Vedado, built… Continue reading

And the Cable? / Regina CoyulaRegina Coyula, Translator: Unstated

July is almost over and I have not heard or read anything about the operation of fiber optic cable which, with great optimism and media hype, was laid between Cuba and… Continue reading

We Want Yordi in Santa Clara / Ricardo MedinaRicardo Medina, Translator: Unstated

The Methodist Pastor Yordi Alberto Toranzo Collado, rector of "Trinity" Church in the city of Santa Clara. Source: Google Images.

Seeking the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness,… Continue reading

To Support Who, in Reality? / Fernando DámasoFernando Dámaso, Translator: Unstated

Not surprisingly, in the crusade against the empire that the Cuban regime has waged since its establishment, they have regressed from supporting the progressive forces of that time, to… Continue reading

Posted on Saturday, 07.30.11

Home sales would be a sea change for Cuba

A law allowing Cubans to buy and sell homes could be enacted this week when the Cuban parliament convenes to discuss pending economic reforms.By MIMI WHITEFIELDmwhitefield@MiamiHerald.com

Selling… Continue reading

Posted on Saturday, 07.30.11

Cuba renews appliance sales amid economic changesBy PETER ORSIAssociated Press

HAVANA — Cuba is renewing sales of energy-sucking appliances, reversing a pillar of Fidel Castro's "energy revolution" in response to popular demand and to support the… Continue reading

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