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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.
19 Dec 13
Government uses term to mean welfare provision while critics call for civil, political and economic rights.
19 Dec 13
Activists note slight but insignificant dip in numbers compared with 2012.
5 Dec 13
As authorities warn of clampdown, traders say business should carry on as usual, eased by a bit of bribery.
22 Nov 13
Locals caught in the middle when gangs clash.
8 Nov 13
Home-made beauty products and soft drinks cost less than originals, but who knows what goes into them?
6 Nov 13
Arbitrary detentions have increased in recent months.
5 Nov 13
Ingredients often sold on the black market, leaving customers with poor-quality bread.
5 Nov 13
Change means people will be allowed to buy any goods on sale without making them any more affordable.
1 Nov 13
Security services disrupt processions in Matanzas province for more than three months.
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