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· November, 2006

Stories about Cuba from November, 2006

Cuba: Cold wave

“Today at daybreak I look down on the city and saw a parade of North Pole-style raincoats, hooded overcoats, people wearing gloves. What a bunch of exaggerators we are: the...

Honduras, Cuba: Rafting Season

“Is it winter? Rainy season? Hurricane season? Christmas season? Shopping season?” Yes, it's all of those things, writes “La Gringa”, who explains why November until February is also the “season...

Cuba: Blogs by librarians

BlogHer's Liz Henry highlights blogs by Cuban librarians.

Caribbean Women's Forum

Collectif Haiti de Provence points to a Radio Kiskeya news article stating (Fr): “The 2d Caribbean Women's Forum ended the evening of November 10th in Fort-de-France, Martinique with the participation...

Bloggers on the UN resolution condemning the US embargo against Cuba

On November 8, the United Nations General Assembly voted on a resolution aimed at condemning the US embargo against Cuba. Since then, bloggers have been actively sharing their opinions on...

Cuba and the Internet

There has been a lot of talk lately in the Cuban blogosphere about Cuba's attitude towards the Internet. The reactions appear to be as diverse as the myriad persons concerned...

Cuba: 5 questions with Sandra M. Castillo

The latest installment in Geoffrey Philp's “Five Questions” series is an interview with Cuban writer Sandra M. Castillo.

Cuba: Nikon

“You really can't win in the court of public opinion when you are denying a child something,” says VivirLatino, recounting the case of the Cuban boy who was denied the...

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