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Locals note gradual move away from highly politicised dissent towards more professional standards.
It’s too late for the 2016 Olympics, but hope remains that the sport will be officially accepted.
Washington-Havana détente means many are worried time is running out to seek a new life.
Leaked data reveals the existence of dozens of businesses associated with senior figures.
11 Mar 13
Review will focus on what government promised to do, but those pledges ignored key recommendations on civil and political rights.
8 Mar 13
Calixto Ramón Martínez Arias spent 33 days on prison protest in November-December.
5 Mar 13
Cost of buying in foodstuffs from abroad is heavy burden on government.
5 Mar 13
They hope that after initial warnings, the authorities will relent and give them the land.
4 Mar 13
In Mayabeque province, farmers say the government's distribution network is failing them.
1 Mar 13
As well as formal detention, the authorities employ mobs to intimidate their critics.
27 Feb 13
Calixto Ramón Martínez Arias is one of two reporters in jail for asking difficult questions.
26 Feb 13
Inmates resort to extreme methods that can leave them disabled.
22 Feb 13
Released after 12 days in jail, Héctor Julio Cedeño Negrín denies charge that he hit a policeman.
15 Feb 13
After son refuses to do military service, he and his parents are charged with assaulting police.
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