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Daily Archives: October 17, 2012

A pawn in Cuba's power game By Editorial Board, Wednesday, October 17, 1:05 AM ANGEL CARROMERO, a 26-year-old youth leader in Spain's ruling Popular Party, was the driver of a car that ran off a rural road in Cuba and crashed on July 22, kil... Continue reading
Legal path to US from Cuba still complicated By ALICIA A. CALDWELL | Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Cuba's surprise decision to make it easier for citizens to leave the country doesn't mean Cubans can book tickets on commercial planes ... Continue reading
Key moments in Cuban emigration By The Associated Press | Associated Press – 21 hrs ago More than 1 million people of Cuban descent live in the United States and thousands more make their homes in Europe or Latin America. The elimination of exit v... Continue reading
Cuba unlocks the door The lifting of foreign travel restrictions is the most significant act of liberalisation yet from Raúl Castro By Telegraph View 8:22PM BST 16 Oct 2012 It has taken half a century but Cuba has finally bowed to the inevitable... Continue reading
Posted on Tuesday, 10.16.12 Praise, skepticism as Cuba eases travel rules By PETER ORSI and ANDREA RODRIGUEZ Associated Press HAVANA -- For the first time since the height of the Cold War more than half a century ago, Cuba is giving its people the f... Continue reading
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