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Monthly Archives: October 2013

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“Normal Travel”: 42% Don’t Return / Enrique Del Risco Posted on October 30, 2013 NORMALITY

Colonel Lamberto Fraga, Deputy Director of the Office of Immigration and Foreigners of CUba, has declared that 57.8 percent of those Cubans who have traveled… Continue reading

Finally, A Crime or Not? / Cuban Law Association, Osvaldo Rodriguez Diaz Posted on October 30, 2013

In Cuba prostitution is not a crime, this statement is repeated over and over by the media and by people who are considered… Continue reading

Remnants to the Wind / Rosa Maria Rodriguez Posted on October 30, 2013

I found the body of a dead dog like a decal on the floor of the intersection of the streets Amado and Goss, in Vibora, and twenty… Continue reading

Antennas and the Ears of the Gods / Rosa Maria Rodriguez Posted on October 30, 2013

It is not my invention, it was on Cuban TV where they announce the creation of national social network called “The Clothesline,” for domestic… Continue reading

What Water is Cuba Thinking of Exporting? October 29, 2013 Isbel Diaz Torres

HAVANA TIMES – Even though Cuba’s National Environmental Strategy Report identifies the “water shortage” as one of the island’s five main problems, the Cuban government aims to… Continue reading

How Cubans Travel October 29, 2013 Dariela Aquique

HAVANA TIMES — On the morning of Tuesday, October 16, 2012, Cuba’s radio and television news programs, printed and online newspapers and the regular edition of the Official Gazette of the Republic… Continue reading

To Have or Not To Have a Car / Fernando Damaso Posted on October 29, 2013

In any country, the acquisition of a car, whether new or used, usually represents a reason for the new owner’s satisfaction. In Cuba, if… Continue reading

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