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Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara. (WONDEREUR)
12 figures reflect on the last 60 years
DDC | Madrid

Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara, artist.

Rafael Rojas. (DDC)
12 FIGURES REFLECT ON THE LAST 60 YEARS
DDC | Madrid

Rafael Rojas, historian and essayist.

Laritza Diversent.
12 FIGURES REFLECT ON THE LAST 60 YEARS
DDC | Madrid

Laritza Diversent, lawyer.

Paquito D'Rivera. (ROLLER AGENCIA)
12 FIGURES REFLECT ON THE LAST 60 YEARS
DDC | Madrid

Paquito D'Rivera, musician.

Carmelo Mesa-Lago. (WENCESLAO CRUZ)
12 figures reflect on the last 60 years
DDC | Madrid

Carmelo Mesa-Lago, economist.

Néstor Díaz de Villegas.
12 figures reflect on the last 60 years
DDC | Madrid

Néstor Díaz de Villegas, writer.

Tania Bruguera. (GETTY)
12 figures reflect on the last 60 years
DDC | Madrid

Tania Bruguera, artivist.

Site where the future Hotel Pasaje will be located. (DDC)
Business
Adrián Rodríguez B. | La Habana

Housing officials inform a group of Havanans that their building has been bought to open a hotel, and that they will be evicted shortly.

(ALEN LAUZÁN)
Politics
Juan Antonio Blanco | Miami

Citizens' mobilization and the vulnerability of power, growing trends in the second half of 2018.

The former president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, along with Cuban medical personnel. (CUBAHORA)
Politics
Dimas Castellanos | La Habana

What happened in Brazil will curtail the contracting out of doctors to other countries, and has put Cuba's system of modern slavery in an impossible position.

Miguel Díaz-Canel and Raúl Castro. (GETTY)
Opinion
DDC | Madrid

For artists, the self-employed, drivers, and Cuban doctors, the challenge is to make a living and maintain their dignity; for the regime, to exploit them to survive.

Decree 349.
DECREE 349
DDC | Madrid

On April 20, one of the most controversial legal texts in the history of socialist Cuba and its cultural policies went into force.

A party at a Havana club. (TRIB LIVE)
SOCIETY
Camilo Loret de Mola | Miami

It is the latest fashion amongst 'nouveau riche' Havanans, not limited to 'El Cangrejo', Raúl Castro' grandson and bodyguard.

(ALEN LAUZÁN)
Opinion
Dimas Castellanos | La Habana

The export of medical services by a State that is their sole employer, and that retains up to 75% of the professionals' salaries, constitutes a form of modern slavery

Cable from the Brazilian embassy in Havana. (DDC)
Cuban doctors in Brazil. (VEJA)
INVESTIGATION: PUBLIC HEALTH IN CUBA
Mirta Fernández y Pablo Díaz Espí | Madrid

In the last 20 years, 120 hospitals and 20,000 beds have 'disappeared' from the official statistics.

Cable from the Brazilian embassy in Havana. (DDC)
INVESTIGATION: PUBLIC HEALTH IN CUBA
Mirta Fernández y Pablo Díaz Espí | Madrid

The diplomatic cables obtained by DIARIO DE CUBA reveal that the Pan American Health Organization was incorporated into the negotiations on Más Medicos at the last second.

(DDC)
INVESTIGATION: PUBLIC HEALTH IN CUBA
Marcelo Soares | San Pablo

Telegrams from the Brazilian embassy in Cuba reconstruct the negotiations with Brazil for the creation of the Más Médicos program.

An assembly during the 'consultation' on Cuba's new Constitution. (PORTAL DE LA RADIO)
CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM
DDC | Madrid

Here are the results of the 'debate' at the level of neighborhoods, workplaces, and students, sponsored by the Communist Party.

Cuban doctors in Brazil. (RADIOTELEVISIONMARTI / EFE)
Opinion
DDC | Madrid

Havana seeks to present the world with the following dilemma: on one side, the Far Eight leader oft-accused of being a fascist, Jair Bolsonaro; and, on the other, the 'altruism' of the Cuban Revolution.

Ernesto Daranas. (YOUTUBE / CASA DE LA CULTURA DE QUITO)
CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM
DDC | La Habana

He proposes direct elections and participation by those comprising the diaspora in Cuba's economic development, in an extensive reflection on the new Constitution.