Cuba’s dissident movement has been growing with the increased involvement of women, blacks and provincial residents, the opposition activist known as Antúnez said Wednesday during his first public appearance in Miami.


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8/30/13 Más de 37,000 cubanos y de 10,000 extranjeros estudian medicina en Cuba
El Nuevo Herald
8/29/13 Thousands flock to public "cyber points," Cuba says
Efe
8/29/13 Report Suggests Cuba Sold Weapons to North Korea
ABC News
8/29/13 U.S.-Cuba talks on direct mail service proposed for next month
MiamiHerald.com
8/28/13 Panama says Cuban weapons shipment 'without doubt' violated U.N. sanctions
Reuters World News
8/28/13 Apple Eases Restrictions on Selling Products Headed to Iran
The Wall Street Journal
8/27/13 Cuba admite un cuarto brote de cólera con 163 personas contagiadas
Café Fuerte
8/27/13 Issue #20: The current deregulation of Cuban companies
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8/27/13 Reportan 163 casos de cólera en Cuba
El Universal
8/27/13 Cuba reports 163 new cholera cases in 3 provinces
The Washington Post
8/26/13 Cuban state begins to move out of the restaurant business
Reuters World News
8/26/13 Preocupa a Cuba llegada de marihuana sintética
El Nuevo Herald
8/26/13 Edward Snowden, Wanted Whistleblower, Got Stuck In Russia After Cuba Blocked Entry: Newspaper
The Huffington Post
8/25/13 El cólera y el dengue acechan a Cuba
El Universal
8/25/13 Feds taking closer look Cuban "green card" applicants
MiamiHerald.com
8/22/13 Brazil defends plan to import physicians from Cuba
Efe
8/22/13 Cuba batalla contra el cólera a un año de los primeros casos reportados en décadas
Reuters América Latina
8/22/13 Estados Unidos emite alerta de cólera en Cuba
El Nuevo Herald
8/21/13 Atención estomatológica en Cuba se privatiza por vías ilegales
Café Fuerte
8/20/13 Latest Cuban police tactic: Freeing detained dissidents in remote areas far from their homes
MiamiHerald.com
8/19/13 Cuban Exiles on the 'Unwanted' List Can Never Go Home Again
Yoani Sanchez - The Huffington Post
8/19/13 Spain asked to probe death of Cuba activist Oswaldo Paya
BBC News
8/19/13 Issue #19: From collision to covenant: challenges faced by Cuba’s future leaders
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8/16/13 Bahamas deports Cuban refugees despite protests
BBC News
8/15/13 The Return of the Loanshark to Cuba
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8/14/13 Fidel Castro lauds North Korea as U.N. inspects weapons cargo
Reuters World News
8/14/13 Fidel Castro Didn't Expect To Make It To 87
The Huffington Post
8/14/13 Cuba’s Journey on the Internet: There’s a Long March Ahead
TIME
8/13/13 UN experts begin investigation in Panama of Cuban arms shipment found on North Korean ship
The Washington Post
8/13/13 Fidel Castro turns 87 behind closed doors
Bloomberg Businessweek
8/13/13 Cuba marks Fidel Castro's 87th birthday with little fanfare
Efe
8/13/13 Fidel Castro Marks 87th Birthday Behind Closed Doors As Cuba Contemplates Post-Castro Future
AP
8/13/13 Foreign investment in Cuba
Americas View - The Economist (blog)
8/12/13 Fidel Castro's role in Cuba is chiefly offstage as he turns 87
Reuters US News
8/12/13 Are self-employed Cubans really budding entrepreneurs?
MiamiHerald.com
8/11/13 Cuba reunirá a unos 300 expertos en curso internacional sobre el dengue
El Nuevo Herald
8/10/13 Ex-Cuban prisons official accused of abuse flees U.S. - again
MiamiHerald.com
8/10/13 Cuba Libro, island's 1st English-language bookstore-cafe, brings diversity to literary scene
The Washington Post
8/10/13 Andres Oppenheimer: U.S. should press harder on Payá's death
MiamiHerald.com
8/9/13 Cuban dissident: opposition may eventually spark a work stoppage
MiamiHerald.com
8/8/13 Cuba presentará resultados sobre novedosas terapias contra cáncer
El Universal
8/8/13 Cuban jazz legend Arturo Sandoval awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom
MiamiHerald.com
8/8/13 Cuban exiles and their curious vigil
Financial Times
8/8/13 Current Record
8/7/13 Life goes on the same for Cuba's disabled…or worse
Havana Times
8/7/13 Protests over treatment of Cubans in the Bahamas brings scrutiny to conditions for migrants
The Washington Post
8/6/13 Havana skaters defy scarcity to keep on rolling
AP
8/5/13 Carromero: Payá was murdered by Cuban secret services
MiamiHerald.com
8/4/13 Independent Labor Unions Outlawed in Cuba, For The "Proletariat" and the Self-Employed Alike
Yoani Sanchez - The Huffington Post
8/4/13 Cuba's first solar power plant starts operating
Efe
8/2/13 Cuba says US visas issued to islanders up 79 percent in 1st half of the year
The Washington Post
8/2/13 Cubans welcome new U.S. visa policy, government largely silent
Reuters US News
8/1/13 Cuba's 1st solar farm a step toward renewables
Bloomberg Businessweek
8/1/13 Rare Cuba trips by Americans all 'work' and no beach playground
Reuters Lifestyle News
8/1/13 U.S. eases travel from Cuba
McClatchy Washington Bureau