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Daily Archives: September 14, 2011

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Japanese Experts Help Aquaculture Project In Cuba

CUBA and JAPAN – Japanese experts are providing advice for an aquaculture development project in the town of Santa Cruz del Sur in the central province of Camaguey.

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First, Arab Spring. Next, "Cuban Autumn"?Activists defy Castro government, but few follow.Nick MiroffSeptember 14, 2011 06:00

HAVANA, Cuba — The uprisings that have rocked the Middle East this year appear to be inspiring a new wave of protests on this… Continue reading

PEMEX eyeing Repsol offshore activities in Cuba

In a turnaround from its Mexico-only approach, state oil company Pemex is planning to participate in a series of activities abroad, including offshore drilling in neighboring Cuba, Mexican daily La Jornada reported.

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Posted on Tuesday, 09.13.11

Richardson to leave Cuba bitter, with no prisonerBy PAUL HAVENAssociated Press

HAVANA — Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said Tuesday that he would leave Cuba after exhausting all possible avenues to try to win the… Continue reading

Cuba: Did Anarchy Arrive? / Miriam CelayaMiriam Celaya, Translator: Norma Whiting

The Archbishopric of Havana has issued a press release dated September 5th, 2011 which is, at the very least, surprising. I am not referring to the somewhat sallow terms… Continue reading

From Eight on Eight / Mario BarossoMario Barosso, Translator: JT

On the 8th of May, Juan Wilfredo Soto Garcia died in Santa Clara, the victim of a beating received on the 5th day (of the month). He had left with… Continue reading

First, Arab Spring. Next, "Cuban Autumn"?Activists defy Castro government, but few follow.Nick MiroffSeptember 14, 2011 06:00

HAVANA, Cuba — The uprisings that have rocked the Middle East this year appear to be inspiring a new wave of protests on this… Continue reading

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