This article comes from the second issue of Voices, a new digital magazine from Cuba.
A sugar-coated image shows Cuba as a country where social justi...
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Art for tourists in Cuba: Che is always prominently displayed
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It's been said a thousand and one times: intellectuals ...
Cuba's Fidel Castro on Tuesday said he would publish a new book in August on the fighting more than 50 years ago between his ragtag rebels and the 10,...
There are at least two hundred Cuban prisoners of conscience serving prison sentences for acts defined as common crimes, acts that would not be considered criminal in a country with a different political system, one more tolerant and more plural.
Benicio Del Toro is magnetic and haunting as Che, but he has the difficult task of communicating to us through subtitles, as most of the film is told in Spanish.
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