Unión Patriótica de Cuba
Languages

Venezuela

Cuba’s Fidel Castro reportedly sends letter; prisoners released

Cuba’s Fidel Castro reportedly sends letter; prisoners released
By TRACY WILKINSON

U.S. says last of 53 jailed Cubans are freed, while Fidel Castro is said
to write a letter after long absence
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro, whose absence from… Continue reading

Dissidents struggle to regroup as US, Cuba move closer

Dissidents struggle to regroup as US, Cuba move closer

Havana (AFP) – Dissidents in Cuba keen to get off the sidelines are
reeling after the United States and the communist government said they
will seek to end decades of Cold… Continue reading

Cuban Dissidents on the U.S. Embargo

Cuban Dissidents on the U.S. Embargo
[18-11-2014 00:06:45]
Jennifer Hernandez

(www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- Berta Soler- Leader of the Ladies in
White (1): “The position of the Ladies in White is that it should be
strengthened. No oxygen to the Cuban government, no… Continue reading

Analysts debate proper role of U.S. democracy programs in Cuba

Posted on Monday, 08.04.14

Analysts debate proper role of U.S. democracy programs in Cuba
An Associated Press report that the U.S. secretly sent young Latin
Americans to Cuba to provoke political change fans debate.
BY JUAN O. TAMAYO
JTAMAYO@ELNUEVOHERALD.COM

The… Continue reading

Blogger Yoani Sánchez’s digital newspaper blocked in Cuba

PPosted on Wednesday, 05.21.14

Blogger Yoani Sánchez’s digital newspaper blocked in Cuba
The site 14ymedio was hacked after its Wednesday morning launch and
visitors in Cuba were redirected to a Web page dedicated to criticizing
Yoani Sanchez.
BY NORA GÁMEZ… Continue reading

Solidarity with the UNPACU Activists and with all the Hunger Strikers in Cuba

Solidarity with the UNPACU Activists and with all the Hunger Strikers in
Cuba /Miriam Celaya
Posted on April 23, 2013

While Telesur and the official Cuban media distract us these days with
Venezuela’s political brawls and other conflicts elsewhere in… Continue reading

U.S. urges freedom for Granma journalist

Posted on Wednesday, 04.24.13

U.S. urges freedom for Granma journalist
By Juan O. Tamayo
jtamayo@ElNuevoHerald.com

The U.S. government urged Cuba Wednesday to free a former Granma
newspaper reporter who was arrested after he wrote about the
mismanagement of a government… Continue reading

Journalist for Cuba’s Granma convicted of spying

Posted on Wednesday, 11.14.12 Journalist for Cuba's Granma convicted of spying José Antonio Torres was charged after writing about mismanaged public works project. By Juan O. Tamayo jtamayo@ElNuevoHerald.com A journalist with Cuba's Gr... Continue reading

Where the Dictatorship Nests

Where the Dictatorship Nests / Lilianne Ruiz Lilianne Ruiz, Translator: Unstated When in Cuba we say "the system" we are referring to a circumstance which, even though we recognize it as abnormal, arbitrary and unnatural — the condition... Continue reading

Cuban journalist who wrote exposé of bungled aqueduct project reportedly faces espionage charges

Posted on Wednesday, 07.18.12 Cuban journalist who wrote exposé of bungled aqueduct project reportedly faces espionage charges The Granma journalist wrote a hard-hitting expose of a bungled aqueduct project in eastern Santiago de Cuba. By Juan... Continue reading

New media bring the world closer to Cuba

Posted on Tuesday, 10.04.11

New media bring the world closer to Cuba

Cuban bloggers and dissidents are becoming adept at sending news of
protests abroad, but internal communication remains difficult.
By MIMI WHITEFIELD
mwhitefield@MiamiHerald.com

When two women at Havana's Cuatro… Continue reading

Agenda of the Political Police, Agenda of the State / Luis Felipe Rojas

Agenda of the Political Police, Agenda of the State / Luis Felipe Rojas
Luis Felipe Rojas, Translator: Raul G.

What happens when the old art forms of attacking and killing become the
norms of a country? What can we expect… Continue reading

Black activists launch rare attack on Cuba about racism

Black activists launch rare attack on Cuba about racism

Onetime supporters of the Castro revolution now question the regime's
civil and human rights record.
By Richard Fausset

January 3, 2010

Reporting from Atlanta – President Obama has loosened travel
restrictions… Continue reading