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Monthly Archives: May 2013

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Real Blockade / Fernando Damaso Posted on May 30, 2013

To update, in one of its many meanings, means to put in tune with the times. It updates the valued, that which, having demonstrated its effectiveness, should be retained, although… Continue reading

Who Will Rule Cuba in the Future? / Pablo Pacheco Posted on May 30, 2013

Life has shown me that the future is unpredictable and what lies ahead in Cuba is difficult to predict.

The regime in Havana tries to… Continue reading

Cuba’s New Cybercafés: A Piecemeal Strategy May 30, 2013 Fernando Ravsberg*

HAVANA TIMES — Next month, 118 public Internet access points will open across Cuba, something which Cubans, one would expect, ought to regard as rather good news. Though any… Continue reading

Posted on Thursday, 05.30.13

Cuban blogger Sanchez back after world tour By ANDREA RODRIGUEZ and PETER ORSI Associated Press

HAVANA — Blogger Yoani Sanchez returned Thursday to the island homeland that officially considers her a traitor, concluding a more than… Continue reading

Posted on Thursday, 05.30.13

Britons on trial in Cuba corruption crackdown The Associated Press

HAVANA — Two British businessmen targeted in a corruption probe in Cuba went on trial Thursday, as authorities continue to press a crackdown on graft that… Continue reading

Cuba: Fake Money and Picture IDs May 29, 2013 Vicente Morín Aguado

HAVANA TIMES — The grocer at the bodega on my block, a man well liked in our neighborhood, has put up a sign which reads: “Notice: Anyone making… Continue reading

Cuba Keeps Private Internet on Hold May 29, 2013

HAVANA TIMES — Cuban authorities ruled out today widespread Internet access to homes on the island, despite the expansion of public infrastructure, reported dpa news.

“It is foreseen that [someday] Cubans… Continue reading

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