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    Ruins after revolution

    Ruins after revolution
    Decaying Havana is a mirror of Cuba’s economy.

    By JOHN FENTON WHEELER
    Published Friday, September 29, 2006

    A giant poster of Ernesto “Che” Guevara’s face covering the front of
    Sears, one of Havana’s many empty stores, had begun to fade. Everything
    in Cuba but salt was rationed. Life was hard for everybody. Yet by my
    imperfect count,… Continue reading

    2006 Report: Victims of Trafficking and Violence

    2006 Report: Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000:
    Trafficking in Persons Report
    2006-09-28 http://www.state.gov/g/tip/rls/tiprpt/2006/

    […] CUBA (TIER 3)

    Cuba is a source country for women and children trafficked for the
    purposes of sexual exploitation and forced child labor. The nature and
    extent of trafficking in the country is hard to gauge due to the closed
    nature of… Continue reading

    Nefasto y la poesia como arma de combate (final)

    Septiembre 22, 2006 Nefasto y la poesía como arma de combate (final) Víctor Manuel Domínguez LA HABANA, Cuba, septiembre (Lux Info Press / www.cubanet.org) – Continuando con los aportes de Hemistiquio Guerra de la Paz al género poético en función del combate, y al retomar el alcance político de una poesía dirigida a favor de [...] Continue reading

    Cuba pone a Castro por error en la agenda de la cumbre de paises no alineados

    Cuba pone a Castro ‘por error’ en la agenda de la cumbre de países no
    alineados

    “La salud de Fidel Castro está destinada a capturar la atención del
    mundo en la 14 Cumbre del Movimiento de Países No Alineados (NOAL) que
    se inauguró este lunes en La Habana, pero un ‘error’ en la agenda del
    encuentro enviada la víspera opacó… Continue reading