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Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Solidarity Bureaucratized / Reinaldo Escobar Reinaldo Escobar, Translator: Unstated Sandy's passing across the eastern provinces and the catastrophic consequences have left me with the following questions: Why must all solidarity by necessity p... Continue reading
Cuban Baptists rally to aid Sandy's victims Posted on Oct 30, 2012 | by Emily Pearson SANTIAGO, Cuba (BP) -- Hurricane Sandy's torrential rains and 105 mph winds slammed eastern Cuba Oct. 25, killing 11 people, among them a couple from First... Continue reading
Russia To Send Humanitarian Aid To Cuba MOSCOW, Oct 31 (BERNAMA-NNN-PRENSA LATINA) -- The Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations plans to send humanitarian aid to Cuba hit by Hurricane Sandy, a source from the ministry's information department... Continue reading
Sherritt posts loss on lower nickel sales, price Reuters (Reuters) - Canadian miner Sherritt International Corp posted a third-quarter loss on Wednesday as lower nickel prices and sales volumes, and lower exports of thermal coal weighed on revenue. ... Continue reading
Why So Much of a Fuss? October 30, 2012 Kabir Vega Castellanos HAVANA TIMES — Since twenty days ago, I haven't been allowed to enter my high school. I'm in good physical and mental condition, and I want to attend my classes as well as fini... Continue reading
To Leave and Return is a Right / Reinaldo Escobar Reinaldo Escobar, Translator: Unstated Although the fever to comment on the new travel and immigration legislation has already passed, I don't want to let it pass me by. To those who ask me in c... Continue reading
Upgrade of Cuban Migration Policy? / Jeovany Jimenez Vega Jeovany J. Vega, Translator: mlk It is already a fact: the awaited "migration reforms", announced by Raul Castro a month and a half ago, arrive with a lot of noise — much ado abo... Continue reading
Hurricane Sandy Decimates Cuban Coffee Crop Reuters | Posted: 10/29/2012 10:31 am EDT Updated: 10/29/2012 11:34 HAVANA, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Hurricane Sandy decimated the Cuban coffee crop and delivered a major setback to renovation of old plantation... Continue reading
Posted on Monday, 10.29.12 For many, Fidel Castro is already dead BY ANDY GOMEZ agomez@miami.edu For 53 years, the Cuban exile community in South Florida and other parts of the world has been combating the Castro brothers and their totalitarian sys... Continue reading
Cuban Baseball: Open the Gate / Ivan Garcia Ivan Garcia, Translator: JT As a result of the next baseball season, the State press and fans have unleashed a debate, looking to raise the level of ball played on the island. There were more than 170 pro... Continue reading
Idle Human Capital / Fernando Damaso Fernando Damaso, Translator: Eduardo Alemán In Cuba there are a ton of professionals and technicians who have graduated from universities and who are not directly linked to profitable enterprises, but to po... Continue reading
Cuba defers military drills due to hurricane IANSBy Indo Asian News Service | IANS – 8 hours ago Havana, Oct 29 (IANS) Cuba has postponed a nationwide military drill after the destructive Hurricane Sandy caused 11 deaths and millions of dollars in... Continue reading
Sandy Damaged over 150,000 Homes in Cuba October 28, 2012 Repairs in Holguin from the devastating 2008 Hurricane Ike were still continuing when Hurricane Sandy struck last Thursday. HAVANA TIMES — While the magnitude of the damage from Hurricane S... Continue reading
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