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· May, 2007

Stories about Cuba from May, 2007

Cuba: Today Show

“I'm sorry, but an American news outlet visiting Cuba isn't news. That they're not going to be able to score an interview with Fidel Castro is news.” Lawhawk shares his...

Cuba: US Visit to Spain

Child of the Revolution is waiting for the “diplomatic fireworks” that he predicts will ensue over Cuba during the US Secretary of State's visit to Spain this week.

Cuba: Health Care

Child of the Revolution refers to a New York Times article as he examines the Cuban health care system.

Cuba: Closure of Venezuelan TV Station

“The Venezuelan freight train toward a castro-style totalitarian dictatorship is gaining momentum at a frightening pace with the closure and confiscation of one of the few remaining independent media voices...

Cuba: Welcome The Beatles

“It’s taken the best part of 40 years but The Beatles have finally arrived in the part of Cuba where I grew up. Officially, that is,” writes Child of the...

Cuba: Iberia Ad Controversy

Both Babalu Blog and Child of the Revolution weigh in on the controversy surrounding an Iberia Airlines ad promoting travel to Cuba that has been pulled following “public complaints from...

Cuba: Letter to Spain

On the heels of the Spanish Foreign Minister's recent visit to Cuba, Alberto de la Cruz writes a letter to Spain.

Cuba: Relationship with Spain

Child of the Revolution reports on the Cuban Minister for Foreign Affairs’ interpretation of his country's new relationship with Spain.

Bahamas, Cuba: Shooting Incident

“The discussion to resolve this issue should be very interesting,” writes, commenting on reports that the Cuban Coast Guard has shot two Bahamians that were “reportedly trafficking drugs through...

Cuba: Vive Sarkozy!

“Vive la France!” Babalu Blog celebrates the election of Nicolas Sarkozy to the French Presidency.

Cuba: Airport Gunfight

Both Babalu Blog and Cuban American Pundits report on a gunfight at Havana airport.

Cuba: World Press Freedom Day

“By my count, there are at least 31 men imprisoned in Cuba jails because of their work as journalists.” Uncommon Sense recognizes World Press Freedom Day.

Cuba: No Castro at May Day

“Where in the world is Fidel Castro?” wonders Cuaderno Latinoamericano after the Cuban leader's no-show at the annual May Day celebrations.

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