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Monthly Archives: June 2013

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Filling Stores with Bolivian Clothing / Juan Juan Almeida Posted on June 29, 2013

No doubt you heard that last week, on June 13 and 14, representatives from Cuba and Bolivia met in Havana to take part in their countries’… Continue reading

Afraid of Change / Rebeca Monzo Posted on June 28, 2013

In close circles of friends there has been a lot of conversation recently about the slow, almost imperceptible changes announced by the government. What is certainly clear is that… Continue reading

The University / Henry Constantin Posted on June 28, 2013

The University belongs to the Revolutionaries, says the slogan on a central wall of the University of Camagüey, the first opened by the government of the older brother, Big Brother,… Continue reading

Cuba May Tourist Arrivals by Country of Origin By Ainhoa Goyeneche – Jun 28, 2013 8:57 PM GMT+0200

Following is a summary of Cuba’s May tourist arrivals by country of origin, from the National Statistics Office in Havana: ================================================================================ May… Continue reading

Cuba May Tourist Arrivals Fell 3.0% From Year Ago By Ainhoa Goyeneche – Jun 28, 2013 8:54 PM GMT+0200

Following is a summary of Cuba’s May tourist arrivals from the National Statistics Office in Havana: =============================================================================== May April March Feb.… Continue reading

Prison Diary XXXII: My Gratitude / Angel Santiesteban Posted on June 27, 2013

Making a cut in the first quarter of a month in prison, I must thank in principle, the tantrum of the Castro brothers for my blog, for… Continue reading

El Sexto, Between Paints and Searches / Miguel Iturria Savon Posted on June 27, 2013

Tall like a pine and genuine in his desire to express himself through art that is ephemeral and challenging, describes the young Cuban graffiti artist,… Continue reading

Cuba No Longer a Haven for U.S. Fugitives Jun 27 2013 11:51AM Isaac Risco, dpa

Cuba would not be a safe place for US whistleblower Edward Snowden, according to analysts, who say Havana does not want to strain relations with… Continue reading

Cuba Has Amended Penal Code June 27, 2013 By Miguel Fernández Díaz (Café Fuerte)

HAVANA TIMES —The Cuban government has announced it will amend its Penal Code (1987) and Penal Proceedings Law (1977) with a view to bringing a number… Continue reading

Cuba Confronts Massive Test Fraud June 27, 2013 Pre-university examinations annulled

HAVANA TIMES — Cuban authorities today announced the annulment of a pre-university exam in Havana after the discovery of massive fraud with stolen math tests, reported DPA news.

Plagiarism… Continue reading

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