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· August, 2006

Stories about Cuba from August, 2006

Cuba: Raúl Castro's first appointment

Cuba: Between the lines

Cuba: Sex tourism

Cuba, Bahamas, USA: Moral authority

Cuba: Alicia Alonso on Fidel

Cuba: It's not the US economy

Cuba, Puerto Rico: Who's better off?

Cuba: The American's Guide to Cuban Diseases

Cuba: Sweet 15

Robin Thom had the good fortune to be on the right balcony at the right time in order to capture this lovely scene on the Paseo de Prado in Havana,...

Venezuela: Politics, Philosphy, and Gastronomy

Ahmadinejad's blog and Fidel Castro

According to the BBC, the launch of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s blog was reported on state TV, which urged users to send in messages to the president. Several magazines and...

Cuba, Paraguay: Stroessner & Castro

Cuba: On Castro's latest message

Cuba: US trade embargo

Caribbean: Languages spoken here

Cuba: Havana women

Cuba, Costa Rica: Arias calls for a democratic Cuba

Cuba: Fidel's Adidas jogging suit

Czech Republic: Fidel Castro's Diploma

Fauxtographic evidence?: Bloggers on Castro's birthday photos

As the dog in the 1993 New Yorker cartoon once said: “On the internet, nobody knows if you're a dog.” But on the internet people do know if you've photoshopped...

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