June 11, 2014
HAVANA -- The top two editors of the Cuban Roman Catholic Church's influential magazine Espacio Laical are no longer working for what is one of the few independent media outlets on the island, the publication and one of the editors said Wednesday.
Espacio Laical is a rare local source of news and commentary that is not controlled by the government or the Communist Party, and in recent years it has published a number of articles with tough analyses of President Raul Castro's economic and social reforms...
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