equipment installed in Old Havana
of the Interior Ministry deployed 130 surveillance
cameras through Old Havana on the eve of the meeting
of the XIV Summit of Non-Aligned Nations.
about disease rampant in the face of official silence
Some say dengue
fever has claimed 700 lives across the island; some
say dozens have died in Havana alone. Another report
has the director of a hospital succumbing to the
than 1000 cases of dengue in pediatric hospital
1000 children have been admitted to the Dr. Ángel
Arturo Aballí pediatric hospital in the Arroyo Naranjo
municipality of Havana, according to sources that
asked to remain nameless.
distribution of dairy products irks consumers
in the distribution of dairy products these past
two weeks irked consumers in Ranchuelo, Villa Clara
security agents arrest 21-year-old independent journalist
Without Borders today condemned the detention of
Ahmed Rodríguez Albacia, 21, a member of the independent
news agency Jóvenes sin Censura, who was arrested
by state security agents without any grounds in
Havana on 15 September.
• Castro rips U.S. over Venezuela
TV Martí director: Ethics debate is needed
Push to free convicted Cuban spies reaches D.C.
Sixteen Cuban migrants land at Marquesas Key; one
OAS: We can't discuss Cuban changes now
El Nuevo Herald dismissals protested
Supporters of five Cuban men convicted of spying
on U.S. seek their freedom
Cuban exile group protests article in The Miami
Cuba wages war on tiny enemy: the mosquito that
Cuba Protests U.S. Denying Visa Request
One Cuban dies in attempt to reach U.S.
Cuban Official: US Attacks Our Business
Official Expects Castro's Return
minister said Thursday he expects Fidel Castro to
be fully back at the helm by early December and
urged U.S. intelligence chiefs to tear up their
post-Castro scenario because his illness demonstrated
Cubans' strong support for their government.
News 8 San Diego.
Racism Gives Cuban Ideal a Sinister Hue
I have lived
in the US on and off for the past three years and
have yet to experience racial profiling, or what
people of colour in America know as walking/driving/breathing
while black. I spent three weeks in Cuba in 2000,
and was subjected to racial profiling five times
-- all in one day.
Is Cuban oil fact or fallacy?
be on the verge of solving its energy woes and perhaps
even one day join the ranks of the world's oil-producing
elite, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez suggested
somewhat wryly during a recent world leaders summit
Puts Foot in (Pro-Cuba) Mouth
Fidel Castro's demise -- political if not physical
-- need only look at Hugo Chavez recent monkeyshines
at the United Nations. If Castro is sentient he's
make do as infrastructure crumbles around them /
San Francisco Chronicle
At the intersection
of Marina and Jovellar streets, more than 50 people
wait along the potholed sidewalk and broken curb
for a bus that wheezes up to the stop already fully
fever on the upswing in Havana
is on the upswing in Havana, according to one
researcher who said she had recorded six thousand
cases in the Párraga neighborhood of Arroyo Naranjo
municipality in the city.
Clara sees an increase in cases of dengue fever
of Santa Clara say all signs indicate an outbreak
of dengue fever in the city and the government-controlled
media do not acknowledge it while exhorting the
population to eradicate the breeding grounds for
the mosquito that transmits the disease.
Not Ready, Say Parents and Students
of the Franklin Gómez secondary school and their
parents complain that the school, a live-in facility
in Jagüey Grande, central Cuba, is not ready to
begin the school year.
in White warned to be still during Summit
the Ladies in White in Havana report they have been
visited by government representatives who warned
them not to stage any public activities during the
Summit of the Non-Aligned Nations to meet this week
• Summit provides a look at Raúl Castro as Cuba's
Raúl's wife believed to be very ill
U.S.: Allow Cubans to vote on Raúl
Cubans wary of quick change
U.S. firms redraw a Cuba without Castro
U.S. creates five groups to monitor Cuba
Exile group plans protest off Cuba's coast
Cubans relive journey to freedom
Raúl Castro may have to lighten up
Castro says worst is behind him, but he still faces
a 'prolonged' recovery
Castro's health not top topic at U.S. base
"Message from Fidel to the people of Cuba"
Hispanic jurors called key to Castro foes' fate
March echoes a cry out of Cuba
Cuban transition makes no waves
Chávez may be buying Cuba's future with oil
Developing countries take aim at US in Non-Aligned
meet in Cuba
Fidel Castro meets leaders of Iran, India, Ecuador
China Seizes Opportunity at Cuba Summit
Castro photos raise expectations at summit
Foreign Minister George Yeo visits Cuba
Cuban dissident slams Non-Aligned over human rights
Cuban Exiles Want Microloan Program
Cubans Make It To US Border, Seek Asylum
Chavez-Castro friendship tricky for U.S.
With more than 375,000 served, Cuba expands free
eye surgery to Asia, Africa
on their minds
blocks most travel to communist-led Cuba, but the
Caribbean nation will be represented next week at
an international travel show in Orlando.
Raul Castro Makes Appearance
leader Raul Castro has made a first appearance at
the global Nonaligned Movement summit in Havana.
He was pictured on Cuban Television greeting delegates,
including Choumaly Sayasone, the President of Laos.
CBS 4 Miami.
A Post-Fidel Cuba likely to experiment with economic
author of After Fidel: The Inside Story of Castro's
Regime and Cuba's Next Leader, is a senior research
associate at the University of Miami's Institute
for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies.
Council on Foreign
Cuban farm revolution 'forgot'
of land following the Cuban revolution 47 years
ago was the most complete in all of Latin America
- and something which Fidel Castro has often said
he is most proud of. But there are exceptions as
our Cuba correspondent Stephen Gibbs found when
he visited the farm which the revolution apparently
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