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Tourism apartheid — the practice of providing the best of Cuban accommodations and services for foreigners rather than Cubans themselves — has been going on for decades on the island. For years, Cubans were prohibited from setting foot inside hotels and restaurants...
Three recent economic news exemplify the disastrous situation of most Cubans due to the obsolete nature of the regime that prevails in the country and the reactionary nature of Raul Castro and his clique. In this instance the causes are two: 1) the slowdown of what...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Doctors treating the U.S. embassy victims of suspected attacks in Cuba have discovered brain abnormalities as they search for clues to explain hearing, vision, balance and memory damage, The Associated Press has learned. It's the most specific...
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