There have been some strange sights on Cuban TV sets recently. News-starved viewers watched an Ecuadorean opposition candidate liken the government of President Rafael Correa, one of Havana's staunchest allies, to a moonwalking Michael Jackson: He walks like he's moving ahead, but he's actually going backward.

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Date Title
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Mike Fernandez, The Miami Herald
9/25/15 SC Line adds shipping service from Port Everglades to Cuba
Bloomberg Business
9/24/15 New U.S.-Cuba relationship frequent theme during pope’s visit
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
9/24/15 Cuba's 35 New Wi-Fi Spots Leaves Young Generation Wanting For More
Guneet Bhatia, International Business Times
9/22/15 Cost and Benefits From a Possible Return of Cuba to the IMF and to the World Bank. Is it Worth Exploring? Files
From the Island, Cuba Study Group
9/21/15 Francis travels to Holguín, a Cuban city that has never seen a pope
Patricia Mezzei, The Miami Herald
9/21/15 US reportedly may abstain from UN vote condemning Cuba embargo
9/21/15 Pope Lures Exiles Back to Cuba, Where a Lifetime Ago Is Yesterday
Lizzette Alvarez, The New York Times
9/21/15 For separated Cuban families, pope's message on ideology and reconciliation hits home
Christine Armario, AP
9/21/15 On Francis’ last, full day in Cuba, a message of change
Patricia Mazzei and Daniel Chang, The Miami Herald
9/19/15 What Cuba’s new wave of entrepreneurs need to know
Russell Walker and Kyle Bell, Fortune
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Silvia Ayuso, El Pais