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FROM CUBAPrison officials try to forcibly reeducate independent journalist

CIEGO DE ÁVILA, Cuba, April 4 (Luis Esteban Espinosa, Agencia Jóvenes sin Censura / www.cubanet.org) – Imprisoned independent journalist Normando Hernández González says he was thrown down a flight of stairs… Continue reading


Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – 2005Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and LaborMarch 8, 2006

Cuba, with a population of 11 million, is a totalitarian state led by a president, Fidel Castro, whose regime controls… Continue reading

Posted on Mon, Mar. 13, 2006


The Cuban dissident Guillermo Fariñas is hungry to inform. To protest Cuba’s cutting off his e-mail access, he has taken no food or water since… Continue reading

Cuban dissident on hunger strike agrees to be fed intravenously

HAVANA, Feb 9, 2006 (AFP) – A Cuban dissident journalist has agreed to be fed intravenously after an eight-day hunger strike left him in critical condition, a family member told… Continue reading

Independent Journalist Ends Hunger Strike


Dear friends,

We have just received a report by AFP press agency that Guillermo Farinas has stopped his hunger strike and agreed to be put on intravenous drip (please see the report below). We… Continue reading

SociedadMapa de la homofobiaCronología de la represión y censura a homosexuales, travestis ytransexuales en la Isla, desde 1962 hasta la fecha.Manuel Zayas, Madridviernes 20 de enero de 2006

1962El Ministerio del Interior ordena redadas policiales contra las prostitutas, proxenetas y… Continue reading

INFORME 2004:REPORTEROS SIN FRONTERAS CUBA, INTERNET BAJO VIGILANCIA SITUACION: GRAVE Reporteros sin FronterasInfosearch:José F. SánchezJefe de BuróE.U.Dept. de InvestigacionesLa Nueva CubaNoviembre 12, 2005

Cuba: Internet bajo vigilancia.Informe 2004 (Reporteros sin Fronteras)Población : 11.271.000Internautas : 120.000 (2202)Precio medio por 20 horas… Continue reading

Castro’s Library Pass, Part IVBy Walter SkoldFrontPageMagazine.com | October 17, 2005

[This is Part IV of a four-part series regarding the American Library Association’s pandering to Fidel Castro’s totalitarian regime. Click here to read Part I, Part II and Part… Continue reading