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Daily Archives: March 11, 2017

La ópera prima de la directora Patricia Ramos, El techo, se centra en los vaivenes de los jóvenes emprendedores que se buscan la vida en la Cuba del siglo XXI, donde el lema actual es "inventar un negocio" propio.

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FAAIF brings Islamic finance to the USA. PALO ALTO, CA, USA, March 11, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- You are cordially invited to register for Islamic Finance and Banking San Francisco on 1-2 June 2017 and Islamic Finance and Banking Detroit 19-20 August … Continue reading
Investor Bitcoin has launched its online investment portal where members can invest in three different plans based on their budgets. CORNING, NY, USA, March 11, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Investor Bitcoin (www.InvestorBitcoin.com) has a gained tremendous … Continue reading
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HAVANA, Cuba, Mar 11 (ACN) Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez stressed … Cuba-Caricom Ministerial Meeting underway in Havana, Minister Rodriguez said his country … , venue of the Meeting, the Cuban official said the participants will … Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, Mar 11 (ACN) The Caribbean … its relations with Cuba and acknowledges the role Cuba plays in the … the Habana Libre Hotel in Havana, Maxine McClean, Minister of Foreign … relevance of the relations between Cuba and the regional bloc. McClean … Continue reading
Somos+, Eliecer Avila, 8 March 2017 — Daily, as part of my functions as leader of Somos+ (We Are More), I meet people who are interested in knowing the details of the organization. In theory, these people would become members of Somos+ if there is a sufficient match between their ideas and the ones we … Continue reading "Numbers, Reason and Principles / Somos+" Continue reading

El Gobierno ha aumentado "las prohibiciones, topes de precios, confiscaciones de mercancías y equipos, regulaciones" contra los transportistas privados  o boteros de La Habana, los bicitaxistas y los vendedores ambulantes de productos agrícolas ("carretilleros"), denunció en un informe Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba.

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Cubanoamericana de origen judío, Behar es profesora de la Universidad de Michigan y ha estado viajando a Cuba desde hace décadas, donde se ha involucrado en esfuerzos para mantener viva la presencia judía en la isla. … Click to Continue » Continue reading
The Useless Exercise of Rendering Accounts in Cuba / Juan Juan Almeida

Juan Juan Almeida, 7 March 2017 — The days of the anachronistic "process
of rendering accounts" are approaching. This is period known as the
genuine exercise of socialist democracy because they are neighborhood
meetings in which the people and the leadership (at the base) exchange
opinions about the main problems that afflict each community, and it is
odd that today, although the circus rounds have not yet begun, Cuban
leaders, as if they were master seers, already have on the table an
eight page document issued by the department charged with compiling
popular opinion, which for more than a month have included the
approaches that the voters will take in each one of the assemblies.

An irony that, with a capital "I", escapes any expression of the logic
and respect of the citizenry. Since the end of January the Cuban
government knows that for the coming months — April and May — the voters
will express their dissatisfaction with the water supply, the sewers in
the streets, the failures in communications and public transport, social
security, the retirement age, the indiscipline on the roads, the
occupation and powers of their elected delgate, the need to separate
some functions that today belong to the state, the irregularity of trash
collection and repair of the roads and principle arterials.

We will have to wait. Certainly, no one will talk about individual
rights nor civil liberties. It seems that to govern is to assume
contrdictions. It is a vulgar script for a discordant dramaturgy where
fiction predominated. It is ridiculous to accept that, for example, in
terms of health, in each locality, throughout the island, the assembled
citizens will feel the "spontaneous" need to express opinions only on
how to reduce teen pregnancy, and to strengthen control over pregnant
women who go into maternity homes.

The most striking feature of this document is the prediction it makes
about a group of citizens who, voluntarily, will express concern about
the issue of domestic violence and, in particular, the phenomenon that
doesn't appear in the current penal code as a criminal figure and that
begins to gain space as antisocial conduct. Cases of Cuban fathers who
don't conform to the role of the divorced, and kidnap their kids to hurt
their former wives.

It is not divination, it is simple state inefficiency very eary to
predict because yesterday's problems were never solved and are the same
ones that will be there tomorrow.

Almost all of the deputies to the Peoples Power Assembly session, be
they national, provincial or municipal, are fed up and exceedingly
apathetic, along with the compulsion, attend to kill time and eat the
snacks; listen to the pre-prepared program, vote in favor of everything
and reaffirm their commitment with something that they neither
understand no care about.

Cubans who want to debate and express opinions, suggestions and demands;
but they know well that in Cuba, the Peoples Power is the power of an
entelechy.

Source: The Useless Exercise of Rendering Accounts in Cuba / Juan Juan
Almeida – Translating Cuba -
http://translatingcuba.com/the-useless-exercise-of-rendering-accounts-in-cuba-juan-juan-almeida/ Continue reading
Embezzlement Today / Regina Coyula

Regina Coyula, 17 February 2017 — The long laissez faire of the
government with the "if you behave well, I look the other way" has given
birth to a generation (just one?) of the cheerfully shameless, known
generically as "fighters." The nice denomination that began by being
applied a few, no longer has color, sex or occupation. The common
denominator is a very short wage for very long prices. Yes, those same
people who cried in front of a photo with flowers* not yet three months ago.

Poles as distant as commerce and culture converge on this news that can
only be half-confirmed because the official press never covers it
without prior permission, and the friends, family, or co-workers of the
enthroned acquired long ago the Pavlovian reflex of "not getting
involved in things."

The first of the cases, is in the Puentes Grandes Shopping Center, not
yet three years from its opening and it already seems like a place in
decline. There is an internet navigation room equipped on its opening
with five computers and air conditioning. Something happened there that
we have already become accustomed to. The PCs didn't always work, the
air conditioning didn't either. In the room itself there was a counter
with electronic devices such as USB memories, keyboards, headphones and
the like, which was a point of sale for ETECSA, the Cuban
Telecommunications Company that runs the place and maintains the
monopoly of communications and as such keeps its users in a state
between dissatisfaction and disgust.

And I speak about this in the past because no one can tell me if it will
ever operate again; just very hastily in the parking lot an employee
with a corporate image in a uniform one size smaller than necessary,
acrylic nails, keratin-strengthened hair, and black-lace leggings,
without raising her eyebrows or her voice, told me there had been a
"tremendous explosion." An informal taxi-driver on the hunt for a home
refrigerator, was the one who told me that she was very pleased to be
selling articles privately, much more cheaply than in the store.

It's not just the stores. I remember, many remember, some fifteen or
twenty years ago, the scandal in the International Relations Department
of the Ministry of Culture, where artistic delegations were assembled
without artists for the modest price of 500 CUC. Now it was the turn of
the Council of Scenic Arts, and the information came from Colombia,
Mexico or Central America with all the migratory connections, where some
of the vigorous claimants of rights overseas, both university professors
and lowlifes, learned to act although they never made it on stage. They
demanded a red passport, that is an official one, authorized by the
aforementioned Council that is supposed to authorize the travel of
actors and theater groups.

Before, the same or similar matters had been in Heritage and Cultural
Welfare and because of something missing in the works of art and some
surplus in the construction works, appears to have been the reason for
the exit through the back door of the previous Minister of Culture.

Even an octogenarian revolutionary fighter had amassed a modest fortune
for the future, the future that was supposed to belong entirely to
socialism. Barely two months after an anodyne article in the '90s by
Fidel Castro in the already anodyne newspaper Granma.

Nothing astonished Cubans, and from time to time we notice that
corruption accompanies us wherever we go. The employee with the
corporate image and the cultural officials as I already said, share the
salary as a symbol. In the other case, I don't know about you, but to me
to the affair of the octogenarian fighter (for the uninformed his name
is Héctor Rodríguez Llompart), tells me something about how things go
among "the historicals" — as the original leaders and fighters of the
Revolution call themselves.

*Translator's note: A reference to Fidel Castro's death

Translated by Jim

Source: Embezzlement Today / Regina Coyula – Translating Cuba -
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Very Little Unites Us / Fernando Dámaso

Fernando Damaso, 9 March 2017 — The Electric Union (UNE), the Cuban
State Electric Company, plans blackouts for repairs, maintenance and
tree pruning that affect its aerial networks. Generally, the extend from
8:00 in the morning to 5:00 in the afternoon, directly affecting
citizens in their homes, and the production of state and private services.

The extended times planned, generally don't correspond to the work done;
it's common to see some workers working and the rest wasting time,
sitting around in the streets and sidewalks, paying homage to
unproductivity or, as a foreign friend ingeniously told me one day,
"Those who don't work, are most of them, and they honor those who do
work, which are the few."

Sometimes the repairs, due to their poor quality, have to be repeated.
On my block, one entire day, they spent time replacing the wires and, a
month later, came back and did it all again. I questioned the brigade
chief about it, and answered that the previous ones weren't adequate. A
similar situation is frequently repeated. It seems that UNE legalizes
the unproductivity and the irresponsibility.

If they had to compensate those affected for all the affects generated
by these "planned blackouts," I'm convinced that they would be much more
careful and productive.

Perhaps they should take account of the experience of the former and
antiquated Cuban Electricity Company which, with much less sophisticated
resources, undertook all these works without affecting the consumers and
with little impact.

The difference is that the previous company was an efficient capitalist
monopoly and UNE is an inefficient socialist monopoly.

Source: Very Little Unites Us / Fernando Dámaso – Translating Cuba -
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Fuerzas del régimen robaron este pasado 8 de marzo a la Unión Patriótica de Cuba (UNPACU) más de mil libras de alimentos: 200 libras de arroz, 150 libras de granos, 100 de azúcar, 20 de leche en polvo, 28 de sal, 40 de vegetales, 230 de carne de cerdo, 60 de pollo, 5 de pescado y 25 de harina blanca. Además de 20 litros de aceite y 20 de yogurt, junto a 30 paquetes de fideos.

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Havana, Cuba, Mar 11 (acn) Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez ratified on Friday in Havana the … closing of the regional conference, Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra … Continue reading

Los testimonios terminaron en el juicio en Miami de un agente deportivo y un preparador físico acusados de contrabandear peloteros cubanos a Estados Unidos para que firmasen lucrativos contratos con equipos de las Grandes Ligas, reporta AP.

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Cubanos varados en México comenzaron una huelga de hambre para protestar por la situación en que se encuentran.

El personal de la Comisión Nacional de los Derechos Humanos (CNDH)  este viernes ingresó a la cárcel del Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM) para dialogar con los cubanos en huelga de hambre.

Los cubanos, que han formado el Grupo Camagüey, se declararon en huelga de hambre y acordaron suturarse los labios.

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Fuerzas del régimen ‘robaron’ más de 1.000 libras de alimentos a la UNPACU DDC | Santiago de Cuba | 11 de Marzo de 2017 – 19:35 CET. Fuerzas del régimen robaron este pasado 8 de marzo a la Unión Patriótica de Cuba (UNPACU) más de mil libras de alimentos: 200 libras de arroz, 150 libras […] Continue reading
Cuba's nascent tech industry is growing fast
As icy U.S.-Cuba relations begin to thaw, Cuba's knowledge economy is
waking up. But it's a delicate process

Like many Cubans, Ubaldo Huerta left his homeland during a time of deep
economic crisis following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1989,
which decimated Cuba's economy and sent tens of thousands of Cubans
looking for better opportunities abroad. The 47-year-old electrical
engineer quickly found his way to Silicon Valley, where he worked as a
software developer for numerous startups and gained his U.S.
citizenship. Later he relocated to Barcelona, founded a Craigslist-like
online classified website and sold his venture to eBay in 2005.

But despite these accomplishments, Huerta never lost sight of his
homeland. He began splitting his time between Spain and Cuba and three
years ago co-founded Fonoma.com, a small startup that enables people
outside of Cuba to make payments to prepaid cell phone and WiFi accounts
used by friends and family in Cuba. The business employs 15 people,
including seven in Havana.

"I want to be in Cuba," Huerta told Salon. "I cannot find better
developers than the ones that I've found here. I used to work in Silicon
Valley so I don't really need the money. I'm doing this because it makes
economic sense, and it's fun."

Cuba is in a better economic position today than it was when Huerta left
25 years ago. Huerta said that he amount of cell phone and WiFi account
deposits Fonoma processes grew by 40 percent last year amid Cuba's
nascent WiFi revolution. Today, the startup handles hundreds of
thousands of dollars' worth of transactions, half of them from the
United States — an online venture that would have been unheard of a
decade ago.

Huerta isn't alone. Last year, computer engineer Bernardo Romero
González came up with an idea to develop an online ordering system that
allows people outside of Cuba to pay for gifts purchased from local
Cuban businesses to be delivered to friends and relatives on the island.
"This platform helps other entrepreneurs in Cuba to grow their
market," Romero told Salon. "Businesses in Cuba are limited to their
town or city because they don't have access to e-commerce. This creates
the financial platform that allows them to put their products on the
Internet."

Expected to go live before the end of the year, Cubazon will process
credit-card payments outside of Cuba and then wire money through the
same network used by Cubans abroad to send money to relatives back home
to pay the local Cuban business, such as a flower shop or bakery, to
make and deliver the gift. This system legally circumvents current U.S.
Treasury Department restrictions on payment processing in Cuba. Romero
expects 80 percent of his business to come from consumers in the United
States.

Romero was one of 10 winners of last year's 10x10kCuba, a contest
sponsored by U.S. groups promoting Cuban tech innovation that includes
the University of Stanford's School of Engineering. The 33-year-old
programmer recently completed an intense two-week program at Colorado's
Boom Town Accelerator, a Boulder-based tech innovation incubator
participating in the program.

Planting seeds for success

Since Cuba and the United States began the process of thawing their icy
Cold War-era relations, highly educated Cubans like Huerta and Romero
have become two of a small number of tech-industry pioneers cautiously
planting their stakes on their country's future relations with the
United States. Former U.S. President Barack Obama's efforts to promote
private-sector engagement, along with a series of reforms in Cuba that
allows small businesses to operate, has made it easier for Cuba's
tech-startup economy, though many challenges still remain.

Proponents of normalizing relations between the U.S. and Cuba argue that
promoting the tech industry in Cuba would unlock a lot of unused
potential, and help prevent Cuba's young tech talent from leaving the
island. Cuba needs these innovators at home to help figure out a way to
support its increasingly aging population.

Tres Mares Group, a Miami-based private equity investment firm that
follows business activity in Cuba, estimates that about 3,000 Cubans
currently work as freelancers in the local knowledge economy — many of
them doing work for companies in Canada and Spain — and as many as
50,000 qualified university-trained computer science engineers are
sitting on the bench, unable to fully utilize their skills. Most of
these computer science degree holders are graduates of the University
Campus José Antonio Echeverría (CUJAE by its Spanish acronym) or the
Universidad de Ciencias Informáticas, which is often compared to MIT.

On the U.S. side, companies are also starting to pay more attention to
the potential pool of Cuban talent.

"There are at least a half dozen firms [in the U.S.] who are working
with Cuban coders and programmers already," James Williams, president of
Engage Cuba, a Washington D.C. nonprofit coalition of private companies
working to normalize U.S.-Cuban relations, told Salon. "The challenge is
that since we're in this new period, they're not promoting these
activities yet and keeping them quiet until this becomes more normalized
and routine. But it's something that's already happening."

Indeed, there is still a lot to be done, and a lot that can be undone,
which is why many stakeholders on both sides of the Florida Straits are
being cautious about promoting their activities.

Suspicions abound

On the Cuban side, many hardliners in Cuba's Communist government are
suspicious of U.S. efforts to promote greater Internet access,
suspicions that were confirmed in 2014 when reports emerged that the
U.S. Agency for International Development was secretly funding a project
that used social media to try to foment an Arab Spring-like revolution
in Cuba. Though the failed project ended in 2012, whispers among people
who declined to speak to Salon on the record because of the sensitivity
of the issue claim similar efforts persist through other web-based front
organizations backed by the U.S. government.

On the U.S. side is an 800-pound gorilla in the White House known as
President Donald Trump. On the campaign trail Trump criticized Obama's
Cuba policy and promised to terminate his predecessor's efforts to
normalize relations with Cuba. The president also installed Mauricio
Claver-Carone, an active supporter of the 56-year-old U.S. embargo
against Cuba, to his transition team. Congress, too, is still reticent
to remove the embargo that would be perceived to empower Cuba's
authoritarian regime with a history of human rights violations — despite
the glaring fact that Congress accepts trade and diplomatic ties with
other authoritarian governments like China and Saudi Arabia. Another
concern among proponents of closer U.S.-Cuba trade ties is the fact the
China and Cuba trade ties are growing.

Many, including Huerta and Romero, are watching to see the direction the
president will take, and they're hoping that his business-focused
disposition will encourage him to avoid disrupting efforts to promote
Cuban entrepreneurship.

Romero said he hopes that at worst Trump doesn't upend efforts begun by
Obama three years ago to help him and other Cubans grow a local tech
industry. At best he said he would like to see better access to U.S.
banking services and to be able to market his apps on sites like the
Apple Store.

"After December 2014, when closer relations began between both
countries, I had the opportunity to come to the United States to make
connections and find people to help me to develop my ideas," he said. "I
think that the United States is naturally the country that should do
this work with Cuba."

Source: Cuba's nascent tech industry is growing fast - Salon.com -
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Este viernes fue presentada la Cátedra Fidel Castro en Argentina, de acuerdo a lo acordado en la última asamblea de la ALBA (Alternativa Bolivariana para las Américas), según dieron a conocer el oficial Cubadebate y la web argentina leer más

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Comité de Ética responde a acusaciones sobre conferencia “Cómo hacer negocios en Cuba” 10 de marzo de 2017 – 12:03 – Por Daniel Castropé El alcalde de Hialeah calificó de “bochornosa” la ponencia y el presidente de la entidad condal respondió a las recriminaciones MIAMI.- En respuesta a las críticas del alcalde de Hialeah, Carlos […] Continue reading
Salud del médico opositor cubano Eduardo Cardet se deteriora en prisión Cardet, de 47 años y médico de profesión, está preso desde el 30 de noviembre. La salud del coordinador nacional del Movimiento Cristiano Liberación (MCL), el doctor Eduardo Cardet, se ha deteriorado en los últimos días debido a una gripe agravada por su condición […] Continue reading
Fallo en petición de asilo en EEUU de matrimonio cubano sentaría nueva premisa legal Aquilino Caraballo y Georgina Hernández, de Batabanó, venían con visas de visita pero dijeron que venían a quedarse y fueron detenidos en el Aeropuerto de Miami. El caso escuchado el viernes se centró en un debate sobre el sistema político y […] Continue reading
… between Pool E teams Israel, Cuba, Japan and the Netherlands. Complete … immediately in its first Classic. Cuba advanced out of pool play … Alfredo Despaigne almost single-handedly sent Cuba into the second round; his … Lipetz and Gabe Kremer (injury). Cuba has not yet announced any … Continue reading
… interesting contrast between Japan and Cuba, two traditional international powerhouses that … Harman, seals Cuba's winMiguel Lahera nails down Cuba's … hasn't stopped the Cubans from advancing to the second … the same emotion as the Cuban national team -- to keep … Continue reading
Quadratín: Cubanos inician huelga de hambre en estación migratoria en México Buscan denunciar así extorsiones, abuso, agresiones y hostigamiento en el centro de detenciones de Chiapas Siglo XXI. Un grupo de cubanos se declararon en huelga de hambre y se cosieron la boca para llamar la atención de las autoridades mexicanas sobre abusos cometidos en […] Continue reading
Congresistas piden a ONU ayuda para migrantes cubanos varados en América Latina marzo 10, 2017 Lizandra Díaz Blanco Cuatro congresistas cubanoamericanos pidieron este viernes a la Organización de Naciones Unidas que vele por que se respeten las leyes internacionales en el tratamiento a los migrantes cubanos que estaban en camino a Estados Unidos antes de […] Continue reading
Despaigne quiere equipo Cuba con peloteros de dentro y fuera marzo 10, 2017 “Algunos de los peloteros que decidieron irse a vivir y a jugar en los Estados Unidos son mis amigos en lo personal. Veo sus resultados y cómo ponen en alto el nombre de Cuba en esa pelota”, dijo Alfredo Despaigne en Tokio. […] Continue reading
Caso de asilo a cubanos tras fin de ‘pies secos, pies mojados’ podría sentar un precedente legal El caso de asilo de Aquilino Caraballo y Georgina Hernández, el primero que involucra a cubanos que quedaron detenidos tras la eliminación de la política de “pies secos, pies mojados”, podría sentar un precedente legal para aquellos que […] Continue reading
Los “hijos del poder” van tomando posesión en Cuba 10 de marzo de 2017 – 19:03 – Por Juan Juan Almeida García Perla Rosa Rosales Aguirreurreta, hija del general Ulises Rosales del Toro, es nombrada en el puesto que tenía el doctor Eusebio Leal frente a la Oficina del Historiador El nombramiento de la arquitecta […] Continue reading
A Cuba no llega el cambio 10 de marzo de 2017 – 21:03 – Por Editorial Diario Las Américas La dictadura cubana no sólo se mantiene, sino que se apuntala con nuevos rostros que puedan garantizarle continuidad, y podemos apreciarlo con tan solo ver a quienes poco a poco van siendo colocados en puestos clave […] Continue reading
Japón dona 19,7 millones de dólares a Cuba para la producción de arroz Agencia EFE Jose M. Correa La Habana (EFE).- El Gobierno de Japón donará 19,7 millones de dólares a Cuba que irán destinados a la compra de camiones encargados de recoger la basura en La Habana, así como maquinaria agrícola para la producción […] Continue reading
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Regina Coyula, 17 February 2017 — The long laissez faire of the government with the “if you behave well, I look the other way” has given birth to a generation (just one?) of the cheerfully shameless, known generically as “fighters.” The nice denomination that began by being applied a few, no longer has color, sex or occupation. The … Continue reading "Embezzlement Today / Regina Coyula" Continue reading
Abel Prieto sabría cómo ‘articular’ el pensamiento de izquierda ORLANDO FREIRE SANTANA | La Habana | 11 de Marzo de 2017 – 09:33 CET. Acaba de finalizar en Caracas la edición número 25 del pomposamente titulado “Encuentro de la Red de Intelectuales, Artistas y Movimientos Sociales en Defensa de la Humanidad”. Por supuesto, se trató […] Continue reading
Japón ofrece a La Habana ‘asistencia financiera no reembolsable’ para varios proyectos DDC | La Habana | 11 de Marzo de 2017 – 00:16 CET. Japón proporcionará “asistencia financiera no reembolsable” para poner a funcionar proyectos del Gobierno en áreas como la agricultura, infraestructura y el manejo de desechos, publicó el diario estatal Granma. La […] Continue reading
El Gobierno estrenará un canal solo de noticias AGENCIAS | La Habana | 11 de Marzo de 2017 – 07:01 CET. El Gobierno estrenará el próximo martes un nuevo canal de televisión estatal denominado Caribe, dedicado únicamente a la trasmisión de noticias. Se trata de un proyecto “ambicioso, revolucionario y necesario”, según apunta el oficial […] Continue reading
La cúpula castrista usa aviones venezolanos en distancias cortas DDC | Caracas | 11 de Marzo de 2017 – 11:15 CET. Informes del Ministerio de la Defensa de Caracas revelaron que autoridades cubanas, entre ellas el general Raúl Castro, viajan en aviones propiedad del Estado venezolano, según indica el periódico El Nacional. Para vuelos de […] Continue reading
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Emilio Estefan estrenó este viernes en el Festival de Cine de Miami la película A Change of Heart, su primera incursión como productor en la industria cinematográfica y que ha sido rodada íntegramente en Florida.

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Fernando Damaso, 9 March 2017 — The Electric Union (UNE), the Cuban State Electric Company, plans blackouts for repairs, maintenance and tree pruning that affect its aerial networks. Generally, the extend from 8:00 in the morning to 5:00 in the afternoon, directly affecting citizens in their homes, and the production of state and private services. … Continue reading "Very Little Unites Us / Fernando Dámaso" Continue reading

El relator de la Organización de Naciones Unidas (ONU) sobre los derechos humanos en Corea del Norte, Tomás Ojea Quintana, pidió este viernes que los responsables de graves abusos a las libertades fundamentales en ese país rindan cuentas por sus actos, reporta EFE.

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