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Daily Archives: July 14, 2014

Clash intensifies over travel to Cuba Would-be travelers balk at ban on pleasure trips July 13, 2014|By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau

WASHINGTON — Pressure from some Florida members of Congress is making it harder to travel to Cuba even… Continue reading

Cuba cracks down, arrests 100 women dissidents Reuters: Jorge Silva

Cuban authorities arrested an unusually large group of about 100 dissident marchers Sunday, breaking up a march by the Ladies in White opposition activists.

Shouting “Freedom! Freedom!,” the women offered… Continue reading

An Optimistic Map of the Cuban Opposition July 12, 2014 Erasmo Calzadilla

HAVANA TIMES — The Cuban opposition is a mind-boggling issue. The State has shrouded itself with so much smoke and fear that it is practically impossible to know… Continue reading

Cuba: Synecdoche of the LGTB Community July 14, 2014 Haroldo Dilla Alfonso

HAVANA TIMES — Activists of Cuba’s LGTB community organized around the National Center for Sexual Education (CENESEX) headed by Mariela Castro – the daughter of Cuban President Raul… Continue reading

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