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· June, 2007

Stories about Cuba from June, 2007

Cuba: What's Important

Babalu Blog reminds us of the important things in life.

Cuba: Bye Bye Blair

Child of the Revolution acknowledges former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair's departure from office and shares why he's sad to see him go.

Cuba: Pirates of the Caribbean?

Child of the Revolution blogs about author Tariq Ali's promotional tour of Australia.

Cuba: Espin's Death

Child of the Revolution shares his thoughts on the death of Vilma Espin, Raul Castro's wife.

Cuba: New Rules for UN Human Rights Council

Even as members of the European Union seek “to forge a fresh relationship with the government in Havana”, the United Nations announced that it has dropped independent expert monitors of...

Cuba: Bloggers Speculate on Castro

“Biologically, has Fidel Castro's time expired?” asks Uncommon Sense, while Babalu Blog wonders if the presence of top foreign leaders in Cuba signifies “a last goodbye perhaps?”

Cuba: Human Rights

Both Uncommon Sense and Child of the Revolution blog about the latest report to the United Nations on the human rights situation in Cuba.

Cuba: Castro's TV Appearance

Babalu Blog reports on the differing reactions to Fidel Castro's first television appearance since his illness.

Cuba: Disappointed in “Today”

Both Babalu Blog and Uncommon Sense are disappointed in The Today Show‘s coverage from Cuba: “For decades, the tendency by many in American media, academia and government has been to...

Cuba: Today in Havana

Henry Gomez at Babalu blogs live as he follows the unfolding of The Today Show coverage in Cuba.

Cuba: When in Cuba…

“In my previous life as a journalist…I once spent a day working in a busy restaurant pretending to be a kitchen hand. It's an old journalistic stunt that is supposed...

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