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December 11, 2006

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» Back in the real world from Babalu Blog
Orlando Zapata Tamayo The United Nations Human Rights Council and, to a lesser extent, the European Union on Monday gave Cuba get-out-of-jail cards for its deplorable human rights record, and said it would, with some reservations again treat Cuba... [Read More]

» Cuban men with balls from Babalu Blog
No one has the right to question the courage of the Cuban people, for it is not in doubt. Those who would question the testicular fortitude of the Cuban people, specifically, its men, are wrong on two points. First, the... [Read More]

» Hunger-striking Cuban prisoners in critical condition from Babalu Blog
Four Cuban political prisoners on hunger strike at the Holguín Provincial Prison are critically ill, but the dictatorship continues to refuse to give into their demands for better living conditions and greater respect for their human rights, according ... [Read More]

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