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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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Flimsy homes suffered particularly when Hurricane Sandy hit Cuba.
28 Nov 12
Government says nothing about reported cases of dengue-fever and cholera.
27 Nov 12
On home-made craft, Cubans head for Florida or Central America despite risk of interception or drowning.
Cuban journalist Calixto Ramón Martínez Árias. (Photo: Hablemos Press)
23 Nov 12
Some await trial, while many are detained for shorter periods to disrupt their work as journalists or rights activists.
Some residents say more could have been done to avert damage.
20 Nov 12
"It's not looking good," official said as winds headed for shore.
The "caravan" of mothers looking for children who have disappeared while travelling through Mexico as migrants. (Photo: Vladimir Cortés Roshdestvensky)
20 Nov 12
As Central Americans tour Mexico, a Honduran woman is reunited with her son after nine years.
Cubans will now be able to travel abroad more freely, thanks to the abolition of exit permits. (Photo: Tony Hisgett/Flickr)
13 Nov 12
Authorities drop exit visa system, though they will still be able to block people from travelling.
A CDR (Committee for the Defence of the Revolution) logo on an apartment building. (Photo: Abraham Orozco/Flickr)
2 Nov 12
Nearly everyone is part of the communal surveillance network, but members admit that people don’t turn up for events any more.
Street traders are part of Cuba's highly restricted private sector. (Photo: Cheeses/Flickr)
26 Oct 12
Informal “fines” form part of wider pattern of state corruption.
23 Oct 12
Alcohol and shortage of “ideological fervour” ruin festivities staged by neighbourhood watch body.
17 Oct 12
Parents remove children from unsanitary wards as staff struggle to cope.

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