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Daily Archives: August 17, 2011

First Americans in Cuba under easier travel rules'People-to-people' tourists greeted by hugs, handshakes, welcoming governmentBy Jeff Franksupdated 8/16/2011 8:09:30 PM ET

HAVANA — The first group of Americans to tour Cuba under new, more liberal U.S. travel regulations have been… Continue reading

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… Continue reading

The Fog around House Swaps in CubaAugust 16, 2011Osmel Almaguer

Zaida exchanged her apartment for the one of a family that's about to emigrate. She moved all her belongings, previously located in the fourth floor of a building on the… Continue reading

State of Fury / Yoani SánchezTranslator: Unstated, Yoani Sánchez

"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,"… Continue reading

OFAC fines French shipping company

French container shipping giant CMA CGM paid $374,400 to the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) to settle allegation of, among others, violating U.S. Cuban Assets Control Regulations, the U.S. Treasury Department announced in its… Continue reading

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