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Daily Archives: December 15, 2011

What Happens in Cuba When Your House Caves InDecember 15, 2011Yusimi RodriguezIrina Pino.HAVANA TIMES, Dec 15 — This past November 11, part of the house collapsed where the family of 46-year-old Irina Pino lived. But this is not the typical story of ... Continue reading
Cuban nurses living in fearFollowing burglaries at PoS hospital living quarters...By Kimberly CastilloStory Created: Dec 14, 2011 at 11:57 PM ECTCUBAN nurses are in fear for their lives following two separate burglaries at their living quarters on the ... Continue reading
Wild Dogs Threaten Cattle Raising in Central CubaCIENFUEGOS, Cuba, Dec 14 (acn) A group of scientists working for the Cuban Environmental Agency started a study on wild dogs, whose attacks on cattle herds in central Cienfuegos province have grown recen... Continue reading
Citizenship and Power in Today's CubaDecember 15, 2011Fernando Ravsberg"My authority comes from you, and it ceases before your sovereign presence" — Jose ArtigasHAVANA TIMES, Dec 15 — While reading a scientific analysis of the institu... Continue reading
In Cuba, Dial-Up Internet Is A Luxuryby Nick MiroffListen to the Story:December 14, 2011Cuba is one of the least-connected countries in the world, a time-warped place where millions of young people have never been online and a dial-up Internet account ... Continue reading
In My OpinionCuba asking advice from IMF? Don't laugh!By Andres old joke I heard for the first time more than 20 years ago in Havana says that the three biggest achievemen... Continue reading
Vulgarity as a Resource (II) / Miriam CelayaMiriam Celaya, Translator: Unstated The recent case of censure against a reggaeton and all the virulent editorial campaign against it –through the official press- bring once again to the spotlight the topic... Continue reading
Zapata lives
Zapata lives
No place to live
No place to live