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La sovietización de Cuba y sus consecuencias (II)

La sovietización de Cuba y sus consecuencias (II)
16 Mayo, 2017 6:43 pm por Eduardo Prida

Miami, USA, Ed Prida () La dirección soviética sustituyó a Nikita
Khrushev porque sus planes no tuvieron éxito. Le siguió Leonid Brheznev,
que se había encargado durante mucho tiempo de dirigir la producción de
artefactos nucleares para atacar a Estados Unidos. Instituyó la llamada… Continue reading

Mariela Castro promotes pro-LGBT ‘legislative package’ in Cuba

Mariela Castro promotes pro-LGBT ‘legislative package’ in Cuba

The daughter of Cuban President Raúl Castro on Wednesday said there is a
“legislative package” that would extend rights to LGBT Cubans.
Diario de Cuba, an independent website that is blocked in Cuba, reported
Mariela Castro, who is director of the country’s National Center for
Sexual Education, did not provide specific details… Continue reading

Cuban Double Agent Fears for His Life after Revealing His True Identity

Cuban Double Agent Fears for His Life after Revealing His True Identity
/ Juan Juan Almeida

Juan Juan Almeida, 27 February 2017 — Luis Enrique Cepero García was an
opponent of the Cuban regime serving a sentence in the Combinado del
Este prison when he decided to infect himself with a disease rather than
continue being subjected to mistreatment in… Continue reading

Qatar Complains About Cuban Care Providers With HIV

Qatar Complains About Cuban Care Providers With HIV / Juan Juan Almeida

Juan Juan Almeida, 22 February 2017 — Qatar authorities presented an
official complaint before Eumelio Caballero Rodríguez, Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Cuba, because
during the obligatory health exam of the Cuban health workers they
detected some cases of Cuban doctors infected with HIV.

This… Continue reading

How does Cuba manage to achieve first-world health statistics?

How does Cuba manage to achieve first-world health statistics?
The island’s medical system is envied throughout the region and is a
major foreign revenue earner
Havana 10 FEB 2017 – 16:08 CET

Cuba’s healthcare system is a source of pride for its communist
government. The country has well-trained, capable doctors, the sector
has become an important export earner and gives… Continue reading

La Cuba marica

La Cuba marica
La muerte de Fidel puso los ojos de miles de jóvenes nuevamente en la
isla. Mientras las conquistas de la Revolución aún encandilan, su deuda
en materia de libertad sexual merece debate.
Pablo Herón @PhabloHeron | Estudiante de Psicología (UBA)
Ailén Morales Estudiante Sociología UBA
Viernes 6 de enero | Edición del día

En el 2013 la… Continue reading

Más jóvenes cubano-americanos visitan la “verdadera Cuba”

Más jóvenes cubano-americanos visitan la “verdadera Cuba”
A través de un programa de la fundación CubaOne
Jueves, diciembre 29, 2016 | Agencias

MIAMI, Estados Unidos.- Un grupo de diez jóvenes cubano-estadounidenses
está de visita en Cuba como parte de un programa que busca explorar las
relaciones entre ambos países, a partir de las experiencias con el
“pueblo” y familiares en… Continue reading

Fundación con sede en Miami envía diez jóvenes cubanoestadounidenses a la Isla

Fundación con sede en Miami envía diez jóvenes cubanoestadounidenses a
la Isla
AGENCIAS | Miami | 30 de Diciembre de 2016 – 11:49 CET.

La Fundación CubaOne, con sede en Miami, ha enviado un grupo de diez
jóvenes cubanoestadounidenses a la Isla como parte de un programa que
busca explorar las relaciones entre ambos países, a partir de las
experiencias… Continue reading

The Challenge of Living Without Dollars in Cuba

The Challenge of Living Without Dollars in Cuba / Iván García

Iván García, 19 September 2016 — Let’s get to know Osmel, born in
Havana, in 1968. You can smell his body three yards away. He’s a carrier
of HIV; he drinks alcohol and makes trouble seven days a week and
doesn’t have any known residence.

He sleeps on top… Continue reading

Gay Cuban journalist, activist fired from radio station

Gay Cuban journalist, activist fired from radio station

A gay Cuban journalist and activist says he was fired from a
government-run radio station because he worked with independent media.
Maykel González Vivero hosted a program on Radio Sagua that highlighted
the history of Sagua la Grande, a small city that is roughly 165 miles
east of Havana.
González, who is… Continue reading

Obama Betrayed Cuba’s Dissidents

Obama Betrayed Cuba’s Dissidents
Civil liberties have deteriorated since the U.S. said that it would
normalize ties.
By MARY ANASTASIA O’GRADY
Aug. 14, 2016 5:43 p.m. ET

Fidel Castro turned 90 years old on Saturday, adding plausibility to the
popular Cuban theory that even hell doesn’t want him. Meanwhile Cuba’s
military dictatorship, now headed by his 83-year-old brother Raúl, is… Continue reading

The War Against Subcultures on the ‘Reflejos’ Platform

The War Against Subcultures on the ‘Reflejos’ Platform
MARÍA MATIENZO PUERTO | La Habana | 22 de Junio de 2016 – 8:59 pm.

Several blogs installed on the Reflejosplatform, in the cubava.cu
domain, have been censored, either because they do not comply with its
absurd and incomprehensible “Terms of Use”, or because connectivity
levels are so poor that authors are… Continue reading

Cuba y su deshielo tropical

Cuba y su deshielo tropical
El Stonegate Bank comienza a realizar negocios con la Isla, lo que marca
el inicio de la efectiva eliminación de las restricciones para Cuba en
el uso del dólar, producto del embargo
Jorge Dávila Miguel, Miami | 20/06/2016 8:51 am

La banca americana representada por uno de sus más discretos miembros
acaba de iniciar negocios… Continue reading

Habaneros Comment on “The Wonder” of Their City

Habaneros Comment on “The Wonder” of Their City / Iván García

Ivan Garcia, 6 June 2016 — From Miraflores, south of Havana, Sergio
comes twice a week with his wheelbarrow to the dump on Calle 100 in
Marianao to pick up old junk that he later sells for a few pesos in a
traveling fair in the slums of La… Continue reading

HHS memo shows that agencies should be ready to work with Cuba

HHS memo shows that agencies should be ready to work with Cuba
Carten Cordell, Federal Times 4:21 p.m. EDT June 13, 2016

The 50-year freeze in U.S.-Cuba relations continued its diplomatic thaw
on June 13, this time with the Department of Health and Human Services.

HHS and the Cuban Ministry of Public Health entered into a Memorandum of
Understanding that… Continue reading

Cuba same-sex marriage campaign gains traction

Cuba same-sex marriage campaign gains traction

CARDENAS, Cuba — Niurca Rodríguez is a housewife with a gay son, Onasis,
who lives in the Cuban city of Cárdenas that is near the beach resort of
Varadero.
She told Victor Manuel Dueñas of the Babel Sociocultural Project, a
group based in the city of Santo Domingo in the province of Villa Clara… Continue reading

Evan Wolfson travels to Cuba

Evan Wolfson travels to Cuba

Freedom to Marry founder Evan Wolfson arrived in Cuba on May 11, 2016,
to take part in International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia
commemorations. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)
Two American LGBT rights advocates arrived in Cuba on Wednesday to take
part a series of events that will commemorate the International Day
Against Homophobia… Continue reading

Cuba to mark global day against homophobia, transphobia

Cuba to mark global day against homophobia, transphobia

The daughter of Cuban President Raúl Castro on Tuesday spoke about her
organization’s plans to commemorate the International Day Against
Homophobia and Transphobia.
Mariela Castro, director of Cuba’s National Center for Sexual Education,
told reporters and her supporters in Havana that her organization, which
is known by the Spanish acronym CENESEX, will… Continue reading

How a Castro-less Cuba Could Be America’s Friend

How a Castro-less Cuba Could Be America’s Friend
Even after Obama’s visit, Raul Castro is telling his fellow communists
to watch out for Washington. But he’s 84, and the revolutionary
generation is dying off.
By JOHN CULHANE April 18, 2016

Speaking in front of a huge portrait of his brother, Fidel Castro, at
the Cuban Communist Party Congress over the… Continue reading

La Leche Entera por Dietas y otros alimentos

La Leche Entera por Dietas y otros alimentos
marzo 29, 2016
por Regina Cano

HAVANA TIMES — Algunos de nosotros, cubanos en la isla, intuimos que
alimentarnos como lo hacemos actualmente no es la mejor manera de hacerlo.

Algunos lo saben, y otros tan solo no se lo preguntan. Pero realmente
esto pudiera ponerse peor cuando comiencen a entrar a… Continue reading

On Special Rationed Milk and other Food Products Cubans Eat

On Special Rationed Milk and other Food Products Cubans Eat
March 29, 2016
Regina Cano

HAVANA TIMES — Some of us who live in Cuba have the strong feeling that
our current eating habits aren’t exactly healthy. Some know this, others
simply don’t even worry about it.

The situation could become much worse when many more food products begin
to… Continue reading

El general Aedes

El general Aedes
FRANCISCO ALMAGRO DOMÍNGUEZ | Miami | 8 Mar 2016 – 8:24 am.

Cuentan que Máximo Gómez acostumbraba decir que sus mejores generales en
la guerra contra España eran junio, julio y agosto. El jefe del Ejército
Libertador hacía referencia indirecta a un pequeño artrópodo, de nombre
Aedes —del griego, odioso— y de apellido aegypti —proveniente de Egipto.… Continue reading

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