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Is it true that Washington’s policies have left Cubans both sick and hungry?
While Havana sends help abroad, medical staff at home are overburdened and under-resourced.
Legislation used to intimidate those highlighting government mishandling of the emergency.
Difficulty accessing basic supplies has made it hard to institute social distancing and lockdown measures.
Havana blamed sanctions for a derailed delivery of medical supplies. But the story doesn’t stand up.
25 Jun 19
How the state stops footballers from pursuing their dreams.
17 May 19
Journalists are embracing the introduction of the mobile internet to the island.
30 Jul 18
How dissent singles citizens out for harassment and discrimination.
25 Jun 18
How leaving the island allowed an artist to unleash his creativity.
13 Jun 18
The revolution was supposed to bring equality for women but the reality is very different.
17 Apr 18
Despite elections, real political change remains as far away as ever.
27 Mar 18
Publication includes a dozen key tips for digital security trainers.
25 Jan 18
Conference hears how writers who reject the state-controlled press face harsh consequences.
24 Jan 18
Event hears how regional outlets fail to properly cover vital issues.
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