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Cuba will continue working to improve communication servicesPublished on Friday, January 8, 2010

HAVANA, Cuba (AIN) — Cuba will continue searching for technological, security and financial solutions to increase telecommunication services provided to the population.

Granma newspaper featured an article… Continue reading

More Cell Phones in CubaJanuary 8, 2010By Circles Robinson

HAVANA TIMES, Jan. 8 – Mobile telephone service in Cuba closed 2009 with 600,000 clients (of the 11.2 million Cubans), said First Deputy Minister of Communications Ramón Linares Torres.

In April… Continue reading

In Cuba, same old, same oldThe island's leadership celebrated Barack Obama's election but now has changed its tune about himSunday, January 03, 2010By Marc Lacey, The New York Times

HAVANA — The Obama honeymoon here is over.

When President Barack… Continue reading

Posted on Saturday, 01.02.10

Cuba's Santeria priests see unrest in 2010By PAUL HAVENAssociated Press Writer

HAVANA — A panel of Afro-Cuban priests are predicting a year of social and political unrest, struggles for power, treachery and coups d'etat, and they… Continue reading

Cuba seeks 'sustainable socialism'By Tom Fawthrop

In 2010, Cuba marks the 51st anniversary of the revolution that transformed the Caribbean nation from a sleazy centre of casinos run by US gangsters, to the only outpost of socialism in the Americas… Continue reading

December 31, 2009In Cuba, Hopeful Tenor Toward Obama Is EbbingBy MARC LACEY

HAVANA — The Obama honeymoon here is over.

When President Obama came to office, the unflattering billboards of George W. Bush, including one outside the United States Interests… Continue reading

More Castro fumingSaturday, December 19, 2009

Fidel Castro's displeasure with President Barack Obama and the United States means little except continuing misery for Cubans.

In a letter read by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez to a summit of leftist Latin American… Continue reading

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