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Daily Archives: August 27, 2011

Columbus' Cross Made Cuban National MonumentArchbishop Points to History as Lesson for FutureBy Araceli Cantero

BARACOA, Cuba, AUG. 26, 2011 (Zenit.org).- At the end of a thanksgiving Mass on Aug. 15, the archbishop of Santiago, Cuba, raised high the Cross… Continue reading

On Cuba's Capitol StepsFour women speak the unspeakable

The four Cuban women who took to the steps of the Capitol in Havana last week chanting "liberty" for 40 minutes weren't exactly rebel forces. But you wouldn't know that by the… Continue reading

Today's Cuba & the Ripe Fruit PolicyAugust 26, 2011By Pedro Campos

HAVANA TIMES, 26 August — In April of 1823, US President John Quincy Adams established his well-known "Ripe Fruit" foreign policy in relation to Cuba:

"There are laws of… Continue reading

Posted on Friday, 08.26.11

Puerto Rico-Cuba flights resume after decadesThe Associated Press

HAVANA — Flights between Cuba and Puerto Rico have resumed nearly 50 years after service between the islands was severed due to bad blood between Washington and Havana.… Continue reading

Everyone's Got a Havana / Yoani SánchezTranslator: Unstated, Yoani Sánchez Cuba's Most Famous Dissident Blogger Writes About Life Inside the Sepia Postcard

The cast bronze sculpture rests one of its arms on the rail of the bar. It seems like… Continue reading

Today's Cuba & the Ripe Fruit PolicyAugust 26, 2011By Pedro Campos

HAVANA TIMES, 26 August — In April of 1823, US President John Quincy Adams established his well-known "Ripe Fruit" foreign policy in relation to Cuba:

"There are laws of… Continue reading

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