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Daily Archives: May 22, 2014

May 20th: The Witch’s Curse / Miriam Celaya Posted on May 22, 2014 Cubanet, 20 May 2014 | Miriam Celaya

HAVANA, Cuba.12 years ago I read a beautiful article by poet and writer Rafael Alcides in honor of the Republic’s… Continue reading

A Newspaper is Born in Cuba / 14ymedio Posted on May 21, 2014 Journalists and intellectuals sign a statement of support for 14ymedio. 14YMEDIO | 21 May 2014

“Today we welcome a new communications medium, a digital daily that is… Continue reading

First Place in Stupidity / Juan Juan Almeida Posted on May 21, 2014

In an interview given last week to the daily Juventud Rebelde, the minister Maria Esther Reus launched the very–in capital letters–absurd thesis that “the deficiencies in legal… Continue reading

Cuba: Its Silent Conquest of Venezuela / Ivan Garcia Posted on May 21, 2014

Not in his wildest dreams did Fidel Castro think he would gain political control of and derive economic benefit from a nation nine times bigger than… Continue reading

An Experience at a Cuban Hospital May 21, 2014 Regina Cano

HAVANA TIMES — Three people had their hands on my body, ready to hold me down in place and prevent any movement (even though I hadn’t shown the slightest… Continue reading

Cuba’s Cooperatives “Without Papers” May 20, 2014 | Print | 0 4 0 30 By José Jasán Nieves Cárdenas (Progreso Semanal)

HAVANA TIMES — While hundreds of new non-agricultural cooperatives struggle to get started or sustain themselves, a growing group… Continue reading

Charlie Crist’s Cuba Gambit The onetime (and future?) Florida governor makes a daring move. By CHRIS SABATINI May 21, 2014

A decade ago, a declaration by a Florida gubernatorial candidate that he wanted to travel to Cuba would have been… Continue reading

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