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A clash between U.S./Cuban migration laws contributes to Central America refugee crisis

A clash between U.S./Cuban migration laws contributes to Central America refugee crisis Does the Cuban Adjustment Act need to be changed? Complaints mount about refugees who return to Cuba at will A Cuban migration crisis brews in Central America BY MIMI WHITEFIELD mwhitefield@miamiherald.com When Cuba changed its migration policies three years ago, eliminating the reviled […] Continue reading

Exodus, ‘revision’ and doublespeak

Exodus, ‘revision’ and doublespeak ROBERTO ÁLVAREZ QUIÑONES | Los Ángeles | 23 Nov 2015 – 8:50 pm. The unstoppable wave of Cubans leaving the island, the largest migratory stampede since the Mariel Boatlift in 1980, is the most vivid illustration of the failure of the “revision of the socialist economic model,” dramatically discrediting those who […] Continue reading

Renowned Cuban Runner Requests Asylum in Holland

Renowned Cuban Runner Requests Asylum in Holland February 23, 2015 por LD Delgado (Café Fuerte) HAVANA TIMES — Marathon runner Alberto Cuba Carrero, a Cuban athletics and track legend, decided to steer his life in a new direction and requested political asylum in Holland during a stopover in the country made during his trip back […] Continue reading

Cuban mother, 2 daughters arrive in South Fla.

Cuban mother, 2 daughters arrive in South Fla. Coast Guard searches for 2 other migrants off Miami Beach Author: Peter Burke, Managing Editor, pburke@local10.com Amanda Batchelor, Senior Digital Editor, abatchelor@wplg.com Published On: Oct 06 2014 09:25:17 AM EDT Updated On: Oct 07 2014 12:28:32 AM EDT MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - U.S. Customs and Border Protection […] Continue reading

A CUBAN BOXER’S JOURNEY

June 2, 2014 A CUBAN BOXER’S JOURNEY By Brin-Jonathan Butler “The president of Ecuador greets Fidel with the gift of a rare Galapagos tortoise, informing the dictator that they can live to nearly 200 years. Fidel accepts the pet, then turns to his aide and says: “That’s the problem with pets. You get attached to […] Continue reading

Cuba Travel: Baseball Star Rey Ordonez Allowed To Return Home Thanks To Obama Travel Policies

Cuba Travel: Baseball Star Rey Ordonez Allowed To Return Home Thanks To Obama Travel Policies Posted: 03/19/2013 9:44 am EDT Cuba When Rey Ordóñez defected from Cuba in 1993, he became only the second baseball player to leave a club on his native island and try to make it in Major League Baseball. Throughout the […] Continue reading

Cuba denies visa for opposition leader wanting to study in Chile

Cuba denies visa for opposition leader wanting to study in Chile Thursday, 13 December 2012 21:34 Written by Amelia Duggan Decision to deny visa to Rosa María Payá provokes outcry from Chile. The Cuban government denied the request Tuesday of opposition movement leader Rosa María Payá to leave the country to study in Chile. Payá, […] Continue reading