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Daily Archives: October 2, 2012

A liberal view of tyranny at distance By Michael Moynihan 11:30 AM Tuesday Oct 2, 2012 In 1933, as Joseph Stalin was busy purging his enemies and building a murderous cult of personality, the New York-based left-wing magazine The Nation advised read... Continue reading
Cuba Replaces Chief of Farming Co-Ops HAVANA – Orlando Lugo Fonte, the long-time president of Cuba's National Association of Small Farmers, was relieved of the post he had occupied since 1987, official media said on Monday. The decision was m... Continue reading
Documentary exposes poverty in Cuba Written By: Vanessa Remmers October 1, 2012 There is a place in Havana where the drains run brown and green sludge gathers around an old refrigerator at the water's edge. A onesie dries on a clothesline as a c... Continue reading
'Anti-Capitalism' That Falls Short October 1, 2012 "Scratch an extremist and you will find an opportunist" — V.I. Lenin Pedro Campos HAVANA TIMES — The little expression "anti-capitalist" is very much in vogue today &q... Continue reading
Cuba: Victories, Cholera and Our Neighbors October 2, 2012 By Haroldo Dilla Alfonso* HAVANA TIMES — Cuba's leaders like decisive and overwhelming victories, which is what they have proclaimed to the world for five decades. While it's true ... Continue reading
Posted on Monday, 10.01.12 Cuban foreign minister slams US over embargo By CLAUDIA TORRENS Associated Press UNITED NATIONS -- Cuba's foreign minister told the U.N. General Assembly on Monday that the United States is keeping Cuba on its list of ... Continue reading
Namibia: Cuba Offers Pricy Deal Tagged: Education, External Relations, Health, Latin America and Africa, Namibia, Southern Africa By Denver Kisting, 2 October 2012 THE Namibian taxpayer will fork out N$70 million to finance the training of 100 docto... Continue reading
Cuba Anxiously Eyes Venezuelan Election Ben Cohen | @BenCohenOpinion 10.01.2012 - 12:47 PM Over the last week, indications have emerged from Venezuela that the fourteen year rule of President Hugo Chavez may be coming to an end this Sunday, when vot... Continue reading
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