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Monthly Archives: July 2009

REPRESIÓN MILITAR EN EL POBLADO DE VELAZCO EN LA PROVINCIA DE HOLGUÍN

REPRESIÓN MILITAR EN EL POBLADO DE VELAZCO EN LA PROVINCIA DE HOLGUÍN
2009-07-29.
Roberto de Jesús Guerra Pérez, Periodista Independiente, Director del
Centro de Información Hablemos Press, Vice Presidente primero del
Consejo de Relatores de Derechos Humanos en Cuba

(www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- El dirigente velazqueño, Rafael Leyva
Leyva, Presidente del Movimiento Viva Cuba Libre, denunció a Hablemos
Press que brigadas de enfrentamiento… Continue reading

Cuban Days: The Inscrutable Nation

Cuban Days: The Inscrutable Nation
Tom Gjelten

I made my first reporting trip to Cuba in 1994 to cover the balsero
crisis. Over a four-week period in August and September of that year,
about 35,000 desperate Cubans took to the sea on makeshift rafts
(balsas), hoping somehow to reach Florida. It was a time of crushing
economic pain and deep discontent on… Continue reading

Cuba: jóvenes gays sufren represión policiaca

Cuba: jóvenes gays sufren represión policiaca
Por Valentina

Las fuerzas policiales cubanas boicotearon una campaña contra el
VIH-SIDA y apresaron a diecinueve jóvenes que intentaban hacerse de
condones.

En pleno corazón de La Habana, en la planta baja del Capitolio, la
policía impidió que se celebrara un acto de campaña para prevenir el
contagio de enfermedades de transmisión sexual, particularmente
VIH-SIDA. La… Continue reading

Double Standards on Latin America

Double Standards on Latin America
By Jackson Diehl
Monday, July 13, 2009

As the Obama administration and a host of Latin American governments
campaigned to reverse the coup in Honduras, another democratically
elected Latin leader embarked on a lonely effort to draw attention to
the double standard that has lately governed violations of political and
human rights in the region.

Venezuelan Antonio… Continue reading

Agencies aid stress-filled immigrant kids

Posted on Friday, 07.10.09
IMMIGRATION
Agencies aid stress-filled immigrant kids
Many of the children who immigrate here with their families have a lot
of stress. Some agencies are helping them deal with it.
BY DANIEL SHOER ROTH
El Nuevo Herald

Saray Díaz tries to forget. But she can't. Over and over again, she
recalls the times the police came to arrest her… Continue reading

CONTINÚA REPRESIÓN CONTRA LOS PERIODISTAS INDEPENDIENTES IVÁN SAÑUDO PUPO Y AINI MARTÍN VALERO

CONTINÚA REPRESIÓN CONTRA LOS PERIODISTAS INDEPENDIENTES IVÁN SAÑUDO
PUPO Y AINI MARTÍN VALERO
2009-07-10.
Ana Aguililla, Periodista Independiente

(www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- Ciudad de La Habana, 8 de julio del 2009.-
Hoy se pudo conocer a través de un informe presentado a la Comisión de
Prensa de Agenda para la Transición Cubana, que miembros de la Policía
Política se personaron en la vivienda… Continue reading

Hello from Havana

Hello from Havana
Nuanced but unmistakable stirrings of change in Cuba
by Jorge I. Dominguez

President Raúl Castro's principal contribution thus far to the lives of
ordinary Cubans has been that television soap operas now start on time.
He often reminds his fellow citizens of this seemingly impossible
accomplishment, after decades during which his elder brother commanded
the airwaves and disrupted all… Continue reading

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