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Daily Archives: September 17, 2011

Cuba detains 30, releases ex-hunger striker17 September 2011 | 04:41 | FOCUS News AgencyHome / World

Havana. High-profile government opponent Guillermo Farinas said Friday he had been released after Cuban authorities detained him along with 29 other dissidents planning a… Continue reading

Coast Guard repatriates 38 Cuban migrantsBy: MMD Press ReleasesPosted on September 16, 2011 at 11:11 AM EDT

MIAMI (MMD Newswire) September 16, 2011 – – The Coast Guard repatriated 18 Cuban migrants Monday and 20 Cuban migrants Thursday to Bahia… Continue reading

Posted on Friday, 09.16.11The readers' forum

Cubans have faith that change will come

Re Frank Calzon's Sept. 8 Other Views article Ping-Pong diplomacy changes little in Cuba and Joe Cardona's Sept 10 piece, Jim Cason's work in Cuba offered 'refreshing… Continue reading

16 September 2011 Last updated at 19:34 GMT

Cuban authorities detain opposition activists

Guillermo Farinas (file image) Mr Farinas has staged several hunger strikes to win the release of jailed dissidents

The Cuban authorities detained more than 30 dissidents overnight… Continue reading

Cuba shuts down second Canadian trading companyFri Sep 16, 2011 2:50pm EDTBy Marc Frank

HAVANA (Reuters) – Cuba has shut down one of the most important western trading companies in the country as an investigation into alleged corrupt import-export practices… Continue reading

Taxes in Cuba: Get used to itThe Castros' subjects get acquainted with that other sure thingSep 17th 2011 | HAVANA

Half your monies are belong to us

WHEN Raúl Castro, Cuba's president, announced last year that the government would cut… Continue reading

Senate Approves Cuba AmendmentAmendment will allow direct cash transfers between U.S. and Cuban financial institutions.Compiled by staffPublished: Sep 16, 2011

The Senate Appropriations Committee has approved an amendment to allow direct cash transfers between U.S. and Cuban financial institutions. Currently… Continue reading

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