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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – Almost 30 years after William Potts, a member of the Black Panthers, hijacked a Miami-bound plane, he will return to American soil. Potts boarded a plane out of Newark Airport with a pistol. He hijacked the plane which ... Continue reading
La compraventa de viviendas en Cuba creció en el primer semestre de este año un 2 por ciento con relación a igual período de 2012, informó este martes una funcionaria del Ministerio de Justicia citada en medios locales. Continue reading

La compraventa de viviendas en Cuba creció en el primer semestre de este año un 2 por ciento en relación con igual período de 2012, informó este martes una funcionaria del Ministerio de Justicia, según EFE.

La especialista de la dirección de los Registros de la Propiedad, Mercantil y del Patrimonio, Aniuska Puente, indicó que la tendencia ha sido "al aumento" en esas operaciones entre particulares, que quedaron autorizadas en 2011 dentro del plan de reformas económicas del general Raúl Castro.

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El Gobierno de Cuba no teme que el bloqueo de EEUU sobre la isla desincentive la llegada de inversores extranjeros a su “megaproyecto” de desarrollo del Mariel, por el que se han interesado ya empresas de “muchos” países, según afirmaron este martes fuentes oficiales. Continue reading
Havana, Nov 5 (Prensa Latina) With new pharmaceutical products, including a vaccine to fight advanced lung cancer, the Cuban firm Cimab S.A. is one of the featured exhibitors at the 31st Havana International Trade Fair, FIHAV 2013. The vaccine Vaxira (... Continue reading
By Jorge V. JaimePretoria, Nov 5 (Prensa Latina) The South African Communist Party today condemned the unjust imprisonment of four Cuban anti-terrorist fighters and the postponement of the case's solution by the US government. "We den... Continue reading
Moisés Leonardo Rodríguez criticó la forma en que el Gobierno cubano enfrenta la enfermedad. Continue reading
HAVANA (AP) -- An American fugitive hijacker who has been living in Cuba for nearly three decades says he is going home to face U.S. justice.William Potts tells The Associated Press his travel documents are all set and he is booked on a charter flight ... Continue reading
Veintiún largometrajes de 10 países de América Latina, entre ellos Argentina, Brasil, México y Chile, disputarán el Premio Coral en el 35 Festival de Cine de La Habana, que homenajeará a su fallecido fundador, Alfredo Guevara. Continue reading
El gobierno comunista aconsejó a la gente a encontrar refugio, mantener la calma y permanecer atentos a la radio y la televisión. Continue reading
MIAMI, Florida, 5 de noviembre de 2013, Redacción, www.cubanet.org.- La abogada y comunicadora independiente Yaremis Flores visitó la redacción de Cubanet en la tarde de hoy, un hecho histórico si se tienen en cuenta que, desde 1994 en que se fundó el periódico, este medio de prensa trabajó a distancia, sin conocer cara a cara [...] Continue reading
En Bayamo nació Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, denominado el "padre de la patria" Continue reading
An American fugitive hijacker who has been living in Cuba for nearly three decades says he is going home to face U.S. justice. Continue reading
Santo Domingo, Nov 5 (Prensa Latina) Cuban society is making progress regarding respect for each individual's sexual orientation and gender identity, a Cuban expert said today in Dominican Republic. Mariela Castro, director of the National Cen... Continue reading
20th century: Cannot see the wood from the trees? by Mike Stallard Activity 20th century: Cannot see the wood from the trees?. Plato's view of the ideal state is contrasted with his description Continue reading
An American fugitive hijacker who has been living in Cuba for nearly three decades says he is going home to face US justice. William Potts said his travel documents were all set and he is booked on Continue reading
Un sondeo realizado en tres provincias orientales muestra que su mayor deseo es estudiar y salir del país. Continue reading
Cubans have welcomed a decision to phase out an unpopular dual currency system, but are doubtful that the step will help solve broader economic problems. Cuba has two monetary units, the normal peso Continue reading

El atleta Dayron Robles "se prepara" en La Habana para "representar nuevamente" a la Isla en competencias internacionales, informó su entrenador Santiago Antúnez.

"Estamos en La Habana, entrenando, a disposición de nuestro país", dijo Antúnez a la emisora CMHW de Villa Clara.

"¿Están en el Estadio Panamericano?", preguntó el veterano comentarista deportivo Normando Hernández.

"No. Estamos en la hierba, en la loma, hasta el mes de diciembre", respondió el entrenador.

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Obama tells envoys he's 'fully committed' to closing Gitmo prison Copyright 2013 United Press International, Inc. (UPI). Any reproduction, republication, redistribution and/or modification of any UPI Continue reading
Brasilia, Nov 5 (Prensa Latina) Brazilian Health Minister Alexandre Padilha today welcomed 215 Cuban health professionals who work in rural areas where health care was previously unavailable. The Cuban doctors will join the Ms Mdicos (More Doctors) pro... Continue reading
Havana, Nov 5 (Prensa Latina) Vis-a-vis the updating of the Cuban economic model, the carrying out today of the International Havana Fair, FIHAV 2013 constitute an important moment and starting point for many business and potentials. That criterion is ... Continue reading
The “National Meeting of LGBT Families with Sons and Daughters” will take place 16-17 November, 2013 at the National Secondary of Buenos Aires, located at Bolivar 263 in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. The meeting will bring together LGBT … Continue reading Continue reading

La congresista cubanoamericana Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) pidió a la Administración Obama y a las "naciones responsables" que exijan al régimen de La Habana la "liberación inmediata" del rapero y activista Ángel Yunier Remón Arzuaga.

Ros-Lehtinen recordó que el joven artista está "al borde de la muerte", debido a su huelga de hambre de 20 días.

"Fue arrestado en marzo cuando intentó oponerse a una turba violenta organizada por agentes del régimen para vandalizar su casa", señaló la legisladora en una declaración.

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El presidente ejecutivo de Google, Eric Schmidt, en entrevista con el diario The Wall Street Journal en Hong Kong, manifestó su intención de visitar Cuba. Continue reading
LA HABANA, Cuba, 5 de noviembre de 2013, Yadira Rodríguez Bombino/ Red Cubana de Comunicadores Comunitarios/ www.cubanet.org.- Los propietarios de cines en tercera dimensión, ya estaban prácticamente avisados del cierre de estas salas domésticas, porque corría el runrún. Son empresarios que decidieron invertir una gran suma de dinero en local, pantallas, asientos, espejuelos para ver [...] Continue reading
State media reveals that private movie theaters and video arcades, which have sprung up across Cuba ... Continue reading
THE Ipswich Masonic Hall will come alive with the sound of salsa and the flavours of Cuba this weekend. Ipswich Multicultural Projects has invited 20 Cuban artists to show off their party-loving culture Continue reading
Havana, Nov 5 (Prensa Latina) Havana Club, the best-known Cuban light rum, is marketed nowadays in more than 140 countries, with increasing sales every year, said today Ivet Martnez, sales and marketing director for the Cuban market. The executive, who... Continue reading
Havana, Nov 5 (Prensa Latina) As part of the initiatives the participants in the 31st Havana International Fair (FIHAV) now appreciate is the recent opening of a photovoltaic park for the venue of this meeting. With the objective of replacing expenses ... Continue reading
Raúl Castro no ha creado nunca nada, así que nunca ha fracasado públicamente en un proyecto Continue reading


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"Notebooks for the transition," A Magazine for Discussion / David Canela
Pina
Posted on November 5, 2013

HAVANA, Cuba, November www.cubanet.org.- This Saturday morning the civic
project Estado de SATS (State of SATS) presented a new magazine titled
Notebooks for the Transition, which aims to "offer a forum for analysis
and plural participation," for all Cubans interested in "thinking and
visualizing that other Cuba which is already urgent" according to an
editorial note. It says that the first issue is "dedicated to the issue
of transnationality."

Notebooks for the Transition is a magazine produced and coordinated by
the State of SATS civic project, which has had as one of its main
strategies to become an ideological "bank," where ideas and trust in
this "human capital" that has been invested in other parts of the world
due to the exodus of Cuban society can return. In this issue, for
example, collaborators include intellectuals and artists who don't live
on the Island: Juan Antonio Blanco Gil, Emilio Morales, Alexis Jardines,
Carmelo Mesa Lago, Garrincha, among others. Their presence is distant
for now, but as the transition to democrat becomes more visible and
effective, the process of return of many of these social actors will no
longer be an event, but become a flow, that newly enriches the naitonal sap.

Presentation of Notebooks

Despite the police operation, that prevented some people from coming to
the meeting site, leaving their homes, and even their provinces, as was
the case of Jose Gabriel Barrenechea. More than forty people attended
the launch of the first issue.


From L to R – Antonio Rodiles, Ailer Gonzalez Olivera and Walfrido
Camilo Lopez

The panel that presented the details of the magazine was made up of
Antonio Rodiles, overall project coordinator Estado de SATS, Ailer
González, its artistic director, Camilo Ernesto Olivera, freelance
journalist, and Walfrido Lopez, a computer specialist. The first three
are part of the Editorial Board, along with José Gabriel Barrenechea and
Alexis Jardines, who is the only member currently located outside of Cuba.

During the exhibition they addressed issues such as the integration of
Cuban society, the economic and "knowledge" remittances, the leadership
structures, civic maturity as a prerequisite for the conscious
transition, the role of Cubans inside and outside Cuba in the new
political system, etc.

Not just for regime opponents

Rodiles commented that "Cuban society is badly damaged and fragmented,
so we need to bring together Cubans around a frank discussion." And he
said that in the transition to democracy "it must be not only activists
and opponents, but also ordinary citizens."

With regards to the role of the internet in building a democratic
society Walfrido Lopez said that it is not enough for some Cubans to
move freely on the internet, with their thousands of Twitter followers
and hundreds of Facebook friends, but unable to create a network of
internal communication with the Cubans on the Island.

In the current economic context, Rodiles said the "economic flow between
Cuba and Miami is the centerpiece of a change in Cuba," which is already
funding private businesses, buying houses, etc. And he added that
emigrant remittances provide the largest source of revenue to the
national economy and today reach 62% of Cuban homes.

"The transition begins with us"

Camilo Ernesto Olivera raised the old problem of how to achieve this
national unity of interest, at least within the opposition. Then he said
that we must first move ourselves toward a civic consciousness and a
maturity based on respect. "The transition begins with us," he said.
Rodiles, meanwhile, said that national unity should not revolve around a
leader, a new Fidel Castro and called for a "polycentric opposition."
He said that "the relationship between individuals is what generates
human and social capital," and therefore "our magazine is aimed at
creating those links among all Cubans.".

With great wit, Ailer Gonzalez enunciated that "differences of opinion
between the opposition do not strengthen the regime, rather they
strengthen the opposition," as they increase its capacity for public debate.

Rodiles stressed that "the influence of Cubans abroad is extremely
important," while Gonzalez addressed Cubans who live and struggle in
their own country: "What is your role in the new Cuba? Being an opponent
is not an occupation. Everyone should begin imagining the place they
will occupy in the new Cuba."

Finally, Ailer Gonzalez concluded the meeting with these words: "Thank
you to all the Cubans in the world. We are waiting to rebuild Cuba."

Summary of the first issue

Although Notebooks for the Transition has an essentially academic and
research profile related to the present and possible future of Cuba, it
has also opened spaces for literature, translation and history (with the
section called Documents).

This issue, which corresponds to the month of October, is composed of
several sections: Editorial, Survey, Dossier (the main section),
Documents, Translation and Literature.

In the Survey, some people in Santa Clara respond on "the issue of Cuban
emigration and its role within the nation." The Dossier meet has five
articles: "The Internet in Cuba-US Relations" by Walfrido Lopez;
"Remittances have become an engine of the Cuban economy" by Morales;
"Civilizing and Emigration Change" by Juan Antonio Blanco Gil; "The
Dominican Republic: a transnational nation-state" written by a group of
authors; and "Notes for the transition" by Antonio Rodiles and Alexis
Jardines.

The Documents section rescues "a forgotten letter from Enrique José
Varona" written in 1900; and in Translation is published an excerpt from
the book The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism by Michael Novak. Finally,
the Literature section reproduces the poem "Bottle" by Otilio Carvajal
(included in his unpublished book Born August 13), and also the poem
"Fragment" by Angel Santiesteban.

David Canela Piña

Cubanet, 4 November 2013

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Dr. Phil speaks exclusively to Michelle Knight, one of the three women abducted by Ariel Castro and held for more than a decade. Knight reveals to Dr. Phil her true story of the unspeakable acts of cruelty that took place inside the Cleveland home. The... Continue reading
Manuel Cuesta Commits to a "Common Strategy" for Change in Cuba / Manuel
Cuesta
Posted on November 5, 2013

On Monday, Cuban dissident Manuel Cuesta Morúa, spokesman for
Progressive Arc of Cuba, and a Cubanet journalist, committed to a
"common strategy" of the opposition to bring about political change in
the island, and he denounced the repression exercised by the Government
over private initiative in the economy.

Cuesta Morúa, on a visit to Spain, said in a press conference that "Cuba
is changing, it is a fact… but not as result of a citizen strategy to
move towards democracy," but as "a kind of social mutation."

"The people," said this social democratic leader, "have been seeking
their own paths… to confront that difficult reality we've been living
for more than fifty years."

According the the Cuban opponent, the Government, "has no national
project to resolve the serious accumulated problems and the reality of
daily life for Cubans… it's mission is to remain in power," he concluded.

In this situation, the strategy of civil society is "to connect citizens
with a new strategy of consensus, with the end of seeking a new
constituent assembly."

Failure of economic returns

He denounced the failure of economic reforms the Executive tried to make
in 2008 and said that there is a "profound social fragmentation" on the
island, along with signs of "racism, poverty, extreme poverty."

He said that Raul Castro's government exercises repression over private
initiatives through "taxes, lack of incentives, or outright repression,"
because "he is not interested in generation a middle class."

However, he said that "the only coherence for a national project in Cuba
is a political opening accompanied by an economic opening."

As an example of the failure of the Cuban economy, he said that the
remittances coming in the country from Cubans abroad reach $5.1 billion
dollars, versus $4.1 billion from tourism, the sale of drugs and sugar.

"We rely more on the support of our families than on the production of
Cuba, " he said.

According to the opponent, the reforms announced by the Castro
Government, such as the elimination of the dual currency, is due to
pressure from potential foreign investors that require improvements to
develop their projects on the island.

With regard to the travel and immigration reform that allows Cubans to
leave the island, Costa Morúa affirmed that it is "collateral damage"
that they had to accept on the request of some "partners" of Cuba who
asked for "gestures" to support them in the international community.

He also said he is in favor of lifting the U.S. Embargo of Cub, which
"doesn't help society nor the democratization of the country," and
provides "the best alibi" for the Government, "nationalism."

Asked about the possible assassination of the regime opponent Oswaldo
Payá, he said that he, "doesn't subscribe to that thesis… I don't think
there's clear evidence that points to a State plan to assassinate
Oswaldo Payá," dead after a car accident last year on the island.

He said he believed that his death answers "to the inability, lack of
professionalism of the Cuban intelligence services, which followed him
and weren't able to control the harassment to which he was subjected."

From Cubanet, 4 November 2013

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3D Movie and Video Game Rooms Going Underground / Julio Cesar Alvarez
Posted on November 5, 2013

Havana, November 2013 – Movie and game rooms created by the private
sector to stave off boredom is a sample of what can be achieved in a
short time with the decentralization of the economy. The government's
recent ban on these recreational activities, shows who is holding back
the changes.

What is Cinema: Art? Cultural colonization? Brainwashing? Entertainment?

Most viewers say, when asked, they are looking to be entertained, have
fun, let out a few choice words when technology and ingenuity show them
something surprising. At least, for many, this is the sine qua non
ingredient of "the stupendous reality called cinema," to quote Ortega y
Gasset.

On the other hand there are the the ideal comfort conditions to enjoy a
movie. Most respondents mentioned an air conditioned room, comfortable
chairs or armchairs, being about to snack or nibble on something while
watching the movie. Some want to enjoy a drink at this moment.

These two conditions, a good time and comfort, are met in the private 3D
moving rooms serving the public, although they don't have a license to
practice the activity.

Although Fernando Rojas, the Deputy Minister of Culture said on 27
October that they did not intend to prohibit this type of activity, but
to regulate it, the fact is that the Cuban 3D movie room owners woke on
2 November to find their exhibitions prohibited.

"The exhibition of films, which includes 3D rooms and computer games,
have never been authorized and this type of self-employment activity
will cease immediately," read the information note published by the
official organ of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party on
Saturday, 2 November.

The owners of such rooms, such as Ronny in Vibora, hoped that the
government would grant licenses to legalize them, even if they were
supervised by the municipal Ministry of Culture. "I've invested
thousands of dollars in the business. What am I supposed to do with all
this equipment. How can I recover my investment?"

The House of Culture of the 10 de Octobre municipality, had among its
plans to contract this type of service as activities for children. But
with the new ban no one dares to talk to them about it.

"It wasn't a bad idea. The kids love the 3D cartoons, the glasses amuse
them, and they see their favorite characters in this dimension. If we
managed to get some of these 3D owners to set up this kind of exchange,
we can bring 3D to more kids who have few chances to go to a private
function," said a cultural promoter from the House of Culture, who
preferred to remain anonymous.

The video game business

Less widespread than 3D movies, but gaining customers in parts of the
city, is the video game business. The El Maravilla Technopremier, a
complex technology for the self-employes, on 10 de Octubre avenue,
between San Francisco and Concepcion, offers a variety of IT services,
such as software installation, hardware repairs, printing and scanning,
computer classes, and a modern video arcade that runs 24 hours, allowed
us to take photographs, but declined to give statements.

At a price of 20 pesos in national currency per hour, the room has
networked computers to play games like Call of Duty, Word of Warcraft,
FIFA, and others. It also has Xbox 360 with Kinect (Body Motion
Detector) with more than 30 games in this class. Quite a deluxe set
compared to what they can offer with the old software and computers at
the Youth Computer Clubs.

With the new ban, the kids who currently attend these places, which are
more than a few, will have one less place to play the video games they
like. They will have to line up again at some Youth Computer Club to
access games authorized by the"cultural politics of the government,"
such as Gesta Final, a Cuban videogame that recreates the period
1956-1959, when the rebels led by Fidel fought in the hills of the
Sierra Maestra.

"At the rate we are going we will have to go underground to see movies
or play the games that we like," said Juan Carlos, a 16-year-old fan of
computer games.

For ordinary Cubans, the decision to ban the 3D movies and video game
rooms means fewer entertainment options for a people tired of seeing
what they force to watch you to see in the cinemas, falling apart from
time and ineptitude.

But for the soldiers of the Cuban Ministry of Culture, a
Goebbels-inspired institution responsible for ensuring the "purity and
quality" of what is displayed or played with the greatest concern being
"the final triumph of a mass preference for Hollywood movies that
enthrone banality and trashy entertainment."

Julio Cesar Alvarez

Cubanet, 4 November 2013

Source: "3D Movie and Video Game Rooms Going Underground / Julio Cesar
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Prison Diary LXIV: The Dictator Doesn't Learn That Infamy Multiplies The
Opposition Forces / Angel Santiesteban
Posted on November 4, 2013

The Mistake of the Dictator

The great slip-up of dictators is to come to believe that the pain from
the abuses they cause is sufficient to overwhelm their opponents. For
them, arranging for mobs of criminals, people without principles or
feelings, mercenaries who obey those who pay them, although only
pauper's wagers, and like a dog who submits in exchange for a bone, they
follow orders to be sadistic.

Cuba is a breeding ground of these dogs who bite right and left to
protect their food. They prowl around their bowls fearing someone will
snatch them. Then, they are so committed, they know no way out. Their
recurring nightmares are those they subjected to justice who will spend
many years in prison. So they are determined to scare off those who
pursue political change, and so avoid being punished for their misdeeds.

When it comes to justice, as opponents we suffer their beatings, prison,
exile. Paying the price of these experiences only strengthens our
ideals, deepens the necessary convictions more and more to fight for a
better Cuba where individual liberties are guaranteed, as explained by
the Constitution of the United Nations in its Universal Declaration of
Human Rights, which Cuba has evaded for more than five years by not
signing the UN Covenants, in order to continue its flagrant violations
of Cubans' most elemental rights.

Several countries, hiding behind "respect for the right of peoples to
choose their politics and regime," have become accomplices of
totalitarianism, as if Cuban citizens have chosen famine, family
division, laziness, fear, denunciations and State terror against
everyone who is opposing the system.

Unfortunately, there is an embargo on Cuba. I am sure that if the
dictatorship, as has been demonstrated, had power — which thanks be to
God they don't because of their own ineptitude — today we would even
further away from the possibility of achieving the democracy and
freedoms that every day we crave more, and that for us are the only
possible path to the social development of the nation.

The embargo, even if it hurts us, should continue. "Friend" countries of
the dictatorship, and even those who are not, have the luxury of playing
with "respect for the rights of others," when the dictatorship itself
does not respect individual opinion. While they frolic, Cuban continues
to survive badly, accepting as an everyday thing that its children throw
themselves into the sea trying to reach a better life.

In this same interval of time and actions, opponents persist and their
dreams and rights, and risk their lives, like Laura Pollán and Oswaldo
Payá, among other brave fighters, and resist the beatings and
humiliations, because what the dictators do not learn is, it is only
cowardice that corrodes and is able to feed their fears, and their
infamy multiplies the forces who oppose them.

The image I carry with me and that feeds me, is to imagine them asking
to be forgiven, justifying the unjustifiable, claiming they were
following orders or did not know, and returning to the coffers of the
State the stolen money scattered across the globe. Because that will be
the only way to prevent the next leaders from repeating this dark part
or our history. Then, I do want to hear that not forgetting is
synonymous with bitterness. I prefer to be convinced that justice is the
equivalent of shame.

4 November 2013

Source: "Prison Diary LXIV: The Dictator Doesn't Learn That Infamy
Multiplies The Opposition Forces / Angel Santiesteban | Translating
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La ropa se pagaría dos veces Yasmary González Martínez 5 de noviembre de 2013 Sancti Spíritus, Cuba – www.PayoLibre.com – El anuncio de la apertura de un centro para recibir envíos de ropa en Sancti Spíritus provoca irritación entre los ciudadanos. La emisora local CentroVisión Yayabo, de Sancti Spíritus, anunció en días pasados la inauguración […] Continue reading
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HAVANA, Cuba, November www.cubanet.org.- This Saturday morning the civic project Estado de SATS (State of SATS) presented a new magazine titled Notebooks for the Transition, which aims to “offer a forum for analysis and plural participation,” for all Cubans interested … Continue reading Continue reading