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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.
15 Oct 13
Paramedics sacked after reporting corruption and mismanagement in the ambulance service.
10 Oct 13
Insights into daily lives of people living in an isolated society, from reporters who live there.
18 Sep 13
Rural community forced to pay for water deliveries.
18 Sep 13
Rock bands say they struggle to survive without official recognition.
5 Sep 13
Day-release scheme gives prisoners an income and provides extra hands for short-staffed healthcare system.
23 Aug 13
Artists have to tread carefully between self-expression and offending officials.
21 Aug 13
Committee notes detention used to “re-educate” sex workers.
16 Aug 13
Government slowly making internet more widely available, but it’s expensive and many sites are blocked.
8 Aug 13
In first report to UN committee, legal-sector NGO says police choose not to act when cases are reported.
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