An autocracy is always an autocracy. There are no concessions of power.
The data was released by the official media spokesman for the National Directorate of Traffic.
Drivers brutally whip the animals, make them pull larger loads than they can bear, and fail to feed them well.
The mediators in a commerce transaction in Cuba are trust and personal credit.
The last time his parents spoke to Geovanny, he was about to embark on an illegal trip to the United States. That was seven years ago.
Police raids may put habitual teenage prostitutes to flight in Havana, but the root of evil persists.
Some Cuban sport heroes are now successful entrepreneurs, while others die poor.
They eat, live and dress better. They travel, have Internet access, and hire domestic workers. These are Cuba’s nouveau rich.
States are responsible for ensuring the security and freedom of expression, but many governments do not fulfill their constitutional functions.
Prohibitive costs put repairing or constructing a home out of reach for most Cubans.
It’s been one year since the hurricane took the unsuspecting residents of Santiago de Cuba and Guantanamo by surprise. Many homes remain in substandard condition.
A December 31st deadline to liquidate inventories of imported goods will affect 20,000 businesses on the island.
A man from Camagüey, Cuba is the director of one of the world's most viewed soap operas in Latin America and United States.
When there is no transparency, there is an open door to theft and corruption.
Tired of making Havana the center of each film production, the young director chose his hometown as the set of his next film.
For Cubans with no relatives abroad, international pharmacies are the only option to obtain much needed medication.
Return to Earth is not an option.
Every generation thinks that the next one is lost. Every generation has its own Zeitgeist.
Dengue and cholera arise from Cuba’s insalubrious conditions, notes journalist.