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Title on video: “The most difficult moment was when they tried to accuse me of spying…”, Julio Cesar Alvarez and Augusto Cesar San Martin, 29 July 2016, Havana – Hector Maseda dreamed of designing big ships and hanging his naval engineering degree where everyone could see it, but “since they only built boats here,” … Continue reading "“I Have Not Been Able to Overcome Laura’s Death”/ Cubanet, Hector Maseda" Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba — Doctors working in the clinic located within the gatehouse of Central Havana Children’s Hospital refused medical treatment to a three-month-old infant named Alexander because his parents refused to comply with an internal policy of the hospital. The … Continue reading Continue reading
About 50,000 patients get some kind of infections annually. Lack of running water in bathrooms, clean linens, surgical gloves and even lack of brooms are among the causes. HAVANA, Cuba. -Approximately 50,000 patients get some kind of infections in Cuban … Continue reading Continue reading
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 … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, September 23, 2013, A partial collapse of a former school in ruins, occurred this morning in Havana, trapping a woman in the rubble, according to information from the scene of journalist Julio César Alvarez. The Cubanet reporter … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, September, – In the same way that a blind woman with scales is an allegory of justice and a skeleton with a scythe is the allegory of death, the image that identifies the CDR should be the … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, August A good part of the staff in the network of Havana pharmacies, in collusion with doctors in medical offices, clinics and hospitals, sell the medications from these establishments at a premium price, as if they were … Continue reading Continue reading
Havana, Cuba, July, The sinking of the tugboat 13 de Marzo, on the morning of July 13, 1994, with over 70 people on board, ordered by the dictatorship that governs us, does not appear in the nation’s list of … Continue reading Continue reading