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In Cuba, repression is the Castro regime’s only response to those who demand a genuinely free Cuba.
Miami Herald
I hope those in our culturally diverse South Florida who are still trying to understand “those crazy Cubans” get to see El Super.
Miami Herald
With the death of Enrique Ros, on April 10, Cuba has lost one of its most illustrious sons who have covered its history with valuable contributions.
Diario Las Americas
Americans are banned from traveling to the island unless they go as part of a cultural, educational, religious or other society-building excursion.
Miami Herald
Impoverished Cubans are more likely to recognize the power of free enterprise if the United States is thoughtfully engaged.
Tampa Tribune
Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez’s visit has brought together Miami exiles of all generations and political stripes.
Miami Herald
Now in Miami, Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez has become a symbol of hope for her Generation Y
Miami Herald
From Brazil to New York, internationally renown Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez has encountered Castro sympathizers agitating, calling her names.
Miami Herald
Sen. Bill Nelson wants the United Nations to investigate what happened to Cuba’s most well-known dissident.
Miami Herald
Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez’s whirlwind tour through Latin America and Europe now comes to the United States. Will she be cheered?
Miami Herald
After fifty-four years of misgovernment, the revolution has not improved life for the Cubans at all.
Diario Las Americas
The U.S. should try to influence changes in Cuba so that it leans toward freedom and democracy but this country continues to lock diplomatic doors.
Tampa Tribune
Raúl Castro leaving Cuba’s presidency in five years and that the constitution will soon include term limits for future leaders.
Miami Herald
It seems the Cuban president wants to establish term limits and age caps for officeholders. This is absurd, of course.
Tampa Bay Times
Yoani Sánchez is among the first opposition journalists to be approved for travel under Raúl Castro’s new rules that eliminated the exit permit.
Miami Herald
As of Jan. 14, citizens of Cuba are now free to move to other countries — or so the government claims.
Central Florida Future
The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) will hand over the presidency of the organization to Cuba’s “President”, Raúl Castro.
Diario Las Americas

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