Daily Archives: April 12, 2016
Cuba’s Constitution of 1976: An Historic Setback / Dimas Castellano Posted on April 11, 2016
Dimas Castellano, 1 March 2016 — “Two Benchmarks of the Cuban Republic” — an article by Pedro Antonio Garcia which appeared in the journal Granma… Continue reading
Cuba’s Official Press Treads Carefully With Panama Papers / 14ymedio, Yoani Sanchez Posted on April 11, 2016
14ymedio, Yoani Sanchez, 5 April 2016 – The name of Cuba has not appeared among the so-called Panama Papers, but the official press… Continue reading
Google Jumps Through Hoops In Cuba / 14ymedio, Luz Escobar Posted on April 11, 2016
14ymedio, Luz Escobar, 7 April 2016 — Google may be the Internet giant, but in Cuba it has had to jump through hoops. This Wednesday,… Continue reading
Will the Major Leagues close deals with the mafia behind Cuban baseball? JOSÉ HUGO FERNÁNDEZ | Miami | 9 Abr 2016 – 1:52 am.
I hope I’m not a victim of some prejudice that clouds my understanding, but I cannot… Continue reading
The dual dilemmas of normalization: Obama’s and Castro’s JORGE A. SANGUINETTY | Miami | 11 Abr 2016 – 2:16 pm.
Regardless of the reasons that spurred President Obama to undertake the process to normalize relations with Raúl Castro’s Government, it… Continue reading
El Paquete: How Cuba’s data pirates hand-feed an internet-starved nation CBC April 12, 2016
The traffickers often move by bicycle, criss-crossing Havana with the week’s digital stash tucked in small slipcases.
They ply their trade in the backs of cellphone… Continue reading
Cuban singer Silvio Rodríguez calls for the release of U.S.-jailed spy NORA GÁMEZ TORRES firstname.lastname@example.org
Renowned Cuban singer-songwriter Silvio Rodríguez has asked for the release of convicted spy, Ana Belen Montes — a senior analyst at the U.S. Defense Intelligence… Continue reading
Emotions run high on idea of Cuban consulate in Miami Beach
Most speakers, residents of Miami Beach and around Miami-Dade, opposed consulate Some said an embassy would benefit people who want to visit their families in Cuba BY JOEY FLECHAS… Continue reading
Costa Rica says its doors are closed to Cubans
“Costa Rica already gave everything it could give,” says foreign minister Government complains that countries on the Ecuador-to-Mexico route suffer the consequences of the U.S. Cuban Adjustment Act Representatives of the… Continue reading
CUBA – APRIL 10, 2016 4:57 PM
Cuban migrants: The exodus though Central America continues
Some 2,000 Cubans are again stranded on the Costa Rica-Panama border More than 700 others are at a landing spot where they arrive by sea… Continue reading
Why most Americans interested in traveling to Cuba are not Floridians
Massachusetts, Vermont, and Rhode Island had the most Google searches for Cuba travel per capita Florida was seventh Interest in Cuba has spiked on Google searches after major developments… Continue reading
Cuban Americans banned from first cruise to Cuba in decades 11 APRIL 2016 • 4:47PM
A Cuban-American national has been refused permission to travel on the first American-owned cruise ship to visit the island in decades.
Cuban-born Maria de los… Continue reading