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    Alan Gross – Si pudiera volver a Cuba, “visitaría a algunos amigos”

    Alan Gross: Si pudiera volver a Cuba, “visitaría a algunos amigos” Afirma que “los Castro ya no están (realmente) en el poder” lunes, enero 25, 2016 | Agencias WASHINGTON, Estados Unidos.- El estadounidense Alan Gross cree que los hermanos Castro ya no tienen las riendas del poder en Cuba ni son relevantes para el futuro […] Continue reading

    Castros have no power nor relevance to Cuba’s future – Alan Gross

    Alan Gross: Castros have no power nor relevance to Cuba’s future Published January 23, 2016 EFE By Lucia Leal U.S. citizen Alan Gross believes the Castro brothers no longer hold the reins of power in Cuba, nor are they relevant to the island’s future, and he would like to visit again the country where he […] Continue reading

    Los Castro no tienen poder, no son ‘relevantes’ para futuro de Cuba – Alan Gross

    Alan Gross: Los Castro no tienen poder, no son ‘relevantes’ para futuro de Cuba El ex contratista condenado en Cuba dijo que se sintiío como “un prisionero de dos gobiernos” Afirma que el gobierno cubano está fracturado y trata desesperadamente de aferrarse al poder Le gustaría regresar a la isla pero el gobierno cubano no […] Continue reading

    Five Points – Sorting Through Raul Castro’s Economic Speech

    Five Points: Sorting Through Raul Castro’s Economic Speech Posted on January 22, 2016 Dimas Castellanos, 16 January 2016 — A commentary on five economic issues raised by the Cuban president on December 29, 2015 during the closing session of the National Assembly of People’s Power. 1. The president stated that, though the effects of the […] Continue reading

    Cuba Working Group goals and protecting farming operations

    Cuba Working Group goals and protecting farming operations A chat with Arkansas Rep. Rick Crawford Jan 20, 2016 David Bennett | Delta Farm Press In mid-December, a working group from the House announced it would begin studying how best to deal with the emerging U.S./Cuba trade relationship. In a letter sent to Speaker Paul Ryan, […] Continue reading

    Turistas canadienses se quejan de “horrible” estadía en resort cubano

    Turistas canadienses se quejan de “horrible” estadía en resort cubano Señalan malas prácticas en el manejo de los alimentos y falta de higiene entre las causas que están produciendo enfermedades gastrointestinales en algunos viajeros. Turoperadora niega problemas. Martinoticias.com enero 19, 2016 Habitaciones con poca higiene, manipulación incorrecta de los alimentos, dolor estomacal, vómitos y diarrea: […] Continue reading

    In the Labyrinth of Taxes

    In the Labyrinth of Taxes / 14ymedio, Zunilda Mata Posted on January 13, 2016 14ymedio, Zunilda Mata, Havana, 13 January 2016 – Several scribbled papers and a severe headache is what Claribel got this Monday, when the self-employed dressmaker started to fill out her tax form. With the recent start of the tax campaign for […] Continue reading

    Missile that turned up in Cuba ignites backlash

    Missile that turned up in Cuba ignites backlash Missile did not contain explosives Concern: Cuba could share technology with U.S. enemies Sen. Marco Rubio says Congress should have been informed MIAMI HERALD STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS WASHINGTON A dummy U.S. Hellfire missile was mistakenly shipped from Europe to Cuba in 2014 as the United States […] Continue reading

    Obama and Cuba – Ideology Over National Security

    Obama and Cuba: Ideology Over National Security by Elliott Abrams January 8, 2016 In previous posts I’ve argued that President Obama’s “opening to Cuba” gave the Castro brothers everything they wanted and got nothing for the United States–or for Cubans struggling peacefully for human rights and democracy. But I didn’t know the half of it. […] Continue reading

    5 Facts About Radio Martí

    Cuba News Radio Highlights: 5 Facts About Radio Martí By Alisha McDarris | Thursday, 31 Dec 2015 12:29 PM Radio Martí offers news, commentary, and entertainment for Cubans, by Cubans, from America. Seven days a week the station broadcasts “unbiased, objective information to all Cubans,” according to the Broadcasting Board of Governors, an independent, yet […] Continue reading