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"What kind of global power believes that allowing its people to travel to an island with 11 million inhabitants and a president named Castro could enrich only that government?"
Internet in Cuba – from public access points – is limited to using one social network, an email service, and chat and video applications.
"We are witnessing a new era in Cuba. . . for the first time in my life there isn’t a specific enemy we're expected to fight at all costs."
The list is reserved for nations that, according to the US government, repeatedly provide support for international acts of premeditated, politically motivated violence against non-combatants.
The Summit of the Americas shined a spotlight on the political divisions that characterize Cuban civil society inside the country and abroad.
Renting out rooms is nothing new to Cubans, who have been doing so as an additional source of income for more than two decades.
ICT use and access is one of the talking points in the process of normalizing relations between Cuba and the United States.
The article about Reynaldo Villafranca, who died of malaria, offered a human take on Cuban medical internationalism beyond the official narrative of heroism. Such honesty didn't sit well with everyone.
Netflix seems unaware that even those Cubans who have Internet access do not have a strong enough connection to watch videos online.
The debate on human rights in Cuba implies a thorough review of the model of democracy in this country.
In 1974, Cuban singer songwriter Silvio Rodríguez wrote "The Happy Day That Is Coming." This day has finally come.
The newspaper has called on President Obama to make a litany of changes to the country's foreign policy toward its Caribbean neighbor, including ending its embargo and resuming diplomatic relations.
"Bent" tells the story of the abuse and internment of homosexuals in Nazi Germany leading up to World War II.
The Cuban professional boxer Yuriorkis Gamboa lost by knockout, and his fans used social media massively to support him.
If the ban on U.S. travel to Cuba is lifted, private entrepreneurs residing on the island could bring in over $47 million in revenue each year.
After one of the letters was removed from the online magazine, the author said it was censored.
If the US wants change, it should empower Cubans with smartphones, encourage freedom of expression and give them information tools, Schmidt said.
The new Labor Code in Cuba has sparked controversy because it excludes important protections in the workplace for certain marginalized communities, such as transsexual people.
The networks are primarily used to play games, share TV shows, series, and movies.
In an emotional post by Rafael González, author of the blog El Microwave, he questions: Are any of us willing to sacrifice time, prestige, fortune and emotional stability in support of an improbable change in the climate of the state of affairs in Cuba? The author builds on multiple issues...
The project "Boteros of Havana" shows how day-to-day life can bring out interesting stories in journalism.