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Anairis Miranda Leyva remains under surveillance at the hospital. Her mother fears for the health of her two other children on strike.
An examination of how the parasitism inherent to Castroism made the country more dependent on the USSR than it would have been on the US. And how it now depends on the US even more than it did during the Republic.
The powerful military group continues to launch projects to increase its hotel capacity. One of the latest is the reconstruction of the Gran Hotel, at Zulueta and Teniente Rey.
Her brother went on a hunger strike to get her medicine shipped, strangers and friends raised money to buy it for her, and she was able to continue her treatment thanks to all of them.
The Ladies in White (Damas de Blanco) and UNPACU were the most repressed organizations last month, the report stated.
'Don't forget that this is a test, even when the service is first charged for,' warned ETECSA employees.
For Cuban doctors, missions abroad are an alternative to exile.
- The leader of the Latin American Network of Youth for Democracy has managed to frame the struggle for the democratization of Cuba in a Latin American context.
- By denying entry to the Secretary General of the OAS, and other international invitees, Castroism evidences its desperation and fear.
The regime stymies the emergence of a massive and vibrant private sector. Is it concealing some source of financial support that it cannot reveal?
By meeting with the Ladies in White (Damas de Blanco), the Archbishop of Havana trailblazed a path that should be paved in the future.
Berta Soler says that Juan de la Caridad García 'was very receptive' and promised to support women.
'It's not a crusade against taxi drivers, but against all the self employed,' they warn.
The purported protection of the population that the regime wields as a pretext is belied by the damage done to citizens.
The figure is huge, given the very poor performance of the Cuban economy, suffering its worst year in a long time.
They condemn the 'violent, illegal and unconstitutional repression' activists of their organizations suffer.
'The police are a necessary evil in this business; they provide a certain level of security and warn us if there is an operation in the area,' explains a prostitute.