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Peter Pan and Child Trafficking

Posted by smeddum on July 8, 2010

Peter Pan and child trafficking

Gabriel Molina

Granma

23/6/10

• IT is particularly difficult for Cuba’s enemies to justify the reason for U.S. citizens being prohibited to travel freely to Cuba.

Approximately 10 years ago, almost at the end of his second term, President William Clinton attempted to restore that right to his compatriots. At that time he affirmed that allowing citizens to travel to Cuba would be in the interest of the United States, as the best means of influencing the island. Read the rest of this entry »

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Cuba recognized in the Human Rights Council

Posted by smeddum on June 12, 2009

 


 

Granma

10th june 2009

ON Wednesday June 10, the UN Human Rights Council adopted the Report of the Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), presented on February 5 and 9 of 2009. On that occasion, the Cuban delegation was headed by Justice Minister María Esther Reus and current Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez. Read the rest of this entry »

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Cuba et les contradictions de Barack Obama

Posted by seumasach on May 18, 2009

Salim Lamrani

Voltairenet.org

18th May, 2009

Le président Obama, qui avait soulevé bien des espoirs en Amérique latine, n’a pas tardé à décevoir. Après avoir annoncé de manière spectaculaire une révision de la politique de Washington à l’égard de Cuba, il s’est dédit. Sur ce point, comme sur bien d’autres, Barack Obama a annulé les excès trop voyants de George W. Bush pour mieux renouer avec la politique impériale classique de ses prédécesseurs.

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