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Rights defenders say that unusually harsh punishment reflects wider troubles for Havana regime.
Public access to the internet has increased, but the state remains vigilant.
How the state stops footballers from pursuing their dreams.
Journalists are embracing the introduction of the mobile internet to the island.
How dissent singles citizens out for harassment and discrimination.
10 Jun 15
People in Santa Clara complain about massive, unexplained price rise.
29 May 15
As UNESCO event hears of increasing censorship and intimidation across Latin America, Cuban reporters talk about the especially tough environment they work in.
29 May 15
Almost half a million self-employed find paying in taxes a time-consuming business.
28 May 15
For many, a balanced diet with enough fruit and vegetables is just too expensive.
25 Feb 15
Rising rates of alcohol dependence among young people.
28 Dec 14
Some see thaw as “betrayal”, others as an opportunity to set conditions that Havana must meet.
19 Dec 14
Drivers have informal “conductors” to collect cash to supplement their wages.
16 Dec 14
In other countries, diesel generators are used for emergencies, but in Cuba they are part of the state's "dispersed generation" power grid.
16 Dec 14
Yoel Bencomo Martínez, who photographed images the government didn't like, gets 12 months after spending over a year in custody.
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