Daily Archives: December 2, 2015
Costa Rica’s Deputy Foreign Minister Meets With Mexico About Situation Of Cuban Migrants / 14ymedio Posted on December 2, 2015
14ymedio (with information from EFE), Mexico, 1 December 2015 — The Deputy Foreign Minister of Costa Rica, Alejandro Solano, met… Continue reading
In Cuba, it turns out, security forces really are everywhere By Nick Miroff December 1 at 2:30 PM
HAVANA — The protests that erupted Friday in Havana at airline offices and outside Ecuador’s Embassy were a rare occurrence in this… Continue reading
Tourism rise exposes Cuban infrastructure AAP
The increasing number of tourists heading to Cuba, especially US travellers, is highlighting gaps in the island’s tourism infrastructure, a report says. Cuba’s tourist infrastructure is “at its peak capacity,” says Emilio Morales, the… Continue reading
JetBlue Expands Cuba Charter Flights December 1, 2015
JetBlue has officially launched its expanded charter service between New York and Havana, Cuba.
The carrier is now operating a second weekly roundtrip charter flight in partnership with Cuba Travel Services.
The… Continue reading
Water Shortages Have a Heavy Impact on Women in Cuba By Patricia Grogg
HAVANA, Dec 2 2015 (IPS) – Denia Arrascaeta suffers water shortages on a near daily basis in the neighbourhood in the Cuban capital where she lives. “Sometimes… Continue reading
Castro Government Orders Demolition of Five Christian Churches in Cuba Reuters by THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D.2 Dec 2015
The Cuban government has issued a demolition order for every church in the Abel Santamaria district in the southern city of Santiago… Continue reading
The Price of Change in the Castros’ Cuba Anthony DePalma – Reporter, writer-in-residence at Seton Hall University Posted: 12/01/2015 5:50 pm EST Updated: 12/01/2015 5:59 pm EST
I went to Cuba last month wearing a rubber bracelet like the ones… Continue reading
Fabiola Santiago: For a true Art Basel VIP, look to Cuba’s El Sexto
He spent 10 months in prison without trial for his artwork Visiting Miami to accept human rights prize To leave, escape Cuba, not the solution, he says… Continue reading
The exodus from the stateless nation JUAN ANTONIO BLANCO | Miami | 2 Dic 2015 – 2:45 pm.
The flow of thousands of Cubans to the United States across several Latin American borders belies recent narratives about changes in Cuban… Continue reading