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April 02, 2006


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» Notes from fidel castro's gulag from Babalu Blog
Another day, more bad news from the Cuban gulag, via Payo Libre: — Political prisoner Eduardo Díaz Fleitas was moved to the Abel Santamaría Provincial Hospital in Piñar del Rio for treatment of gastric ulcers, according to a report from... [Read More]

» A Black September Surprise? from Babalu Blog
Cuban dissident leader Martha Beatriz Roque was briefly detained this evening, as she and other dissidents protested outside the Justice Ministry in Havana, according Marti Noticias and AFP. They had gone there to protest the treatment of Cuban politic... [Read More]

» Cuban crackdown from Babalu Blog
Reporters Without Borders wonders if there is a Burmese connection: “Even though some of the arrested dissidents were immediately released, this crackdown is in part a reminder of the ‘black spring’ of March 2003,” the worldwide press freedom organisat... [Read More]

» Radio Mambi Live Blogging from Babalu Blog
Alberto de la Cruz and I will be blogging live from the studios of Radio Mambi. Starting right now. Tune in to 710 AM in Miami or click here to listen live. Today a group of members of the political... [Read More]


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