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The Mummified Corpse Of A Rafter, Witness Of The Migratory Drama

The Mummified Corpse Of A Rafter, Witness Of The Migratory Drama / 14ymedio, Mario Penton 14ymedio, Mario Penton, Miami, 19 January 2017 — A picture of the Virgin of Regla, the identity cards of two brothers and a mummified corpse of a Cuban moored alongside the remains of a raft is the only evidence that […] Continue reading

13 Cuban migrants arrive in Florida Keys

13 Cuban migrants arrive in Florida Keys BY MONIQUE O. MADAN mmadan@miamiherald.com A group of 13 Cuban migrants arrived in Big Pine Key at around 4 a.m. Tuesday, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. They were all in good health. Sheriff’s spokeswoman Becky Herrin reported that the group traveled from Cuba on a homemade […] Continue reading

Cuban Emigration – All Roads Lead to the United States

Cuban Emigration: All Roads Lead to the United States / Iván García Ivan Garcia, 17 November 2016 — Yoandry, 29, vowed that he would emigrate fromCuba in 2016. The best strategy was not to put all his eggs in one basket. Last year he sent in a form to participate in the global lottery offered […] Continue reading

Six Cuban Boat People Still Missing In The Gulf Of Mexico

Six Cuban Boat People Still Missing In The Gulf Of Mexico / 14ymedio, Mario Penton 14ymedio, Mario Penton, Miami, 17 August 2016 — Thirteen men were determined to leave the misery, despair and weariness of lives filled with official propaganda. For months they crafted a boat on the cost of the Isle of Youth, off […] Continue reading

Cubans entering the U.S. by land and air nearing decade-high record

Cubans entering the U.S. by land and air nearing decade-high record Though Ecuador and Central American countries have made it more difficult for Cuban migrants to cross their territory to reach the United States, the Cubans keep coming — many using the services of migrant smugglers to accomplish their goal. AND MARIO J. PENTÓN achardy@elnuevoherald.com […] Continue reading

The Caribbean’s geriatric facility

The Caribbean’s geriatric facility MIGUEL SALES | Málaga | 19 Mayo 2016 – 11:48 am. In recent weeks some media outlets have once again underscored Cuba’s surprising demographic trends, pointing out that the country features demographic characteristics of a developed nation, but saddled by a Third-World economy. In that vein, the daily Granma, the Communist […] Continue reading

The Cuban Exile is Young, and It Hasn’t Died

The Cuban Exile is Young, and It Hasn’t Died / Somos+, Javier Martinez Somos+, Javier Martinez, 9 May 2016 — The Cuban exile is not dead. I am 28 and I live outside my country for political reasons, so I consider myself an exiled Cuban. The Cuban exile has not died, and will not die […] Continue reading

The U.S. Needs To End Cuba’s Immigration Blank Check

The U.S. Needs To End Cuba’s Immigration Blank Check GUEST POST WRITTEN BY G. Isabelle Abad Ms. Abad is a Dominican-American writer, entrepreneur and contracts/business initiatives specialist in financial services. Amidst the bustling controversy surrounding President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Cuba, and the international pressures for the United States to end the embargo against […] Continue reading

Cuba – If it’s such a health superpower, why have thousands of doctors fled?

Cuba: If it’s such a health superpower, why have thousands of doctors fled? A total of 1,278 Cuban medics fled to make use of a US parole programme for doctors in 2013 alone. “I LIVED IN Spain for 18 years but knew due to the economic crisis, I couldn’t continue my studies there. If I […] Continue reading

In Cuba, there is nothing permanent except change,Cuba

Richard Feinberg | January 12, 2016 2:35pm In Cuba, there is nothing permanent except change Cuba Change is a complicated thing in Cuba. On the one hand, many Cubans remain frustrated with limits on economic and political opportunity, and millennials are emigrating in ever rising numbers. On the other, there is more space for entrepreneurship, […] Continue reading

A Glance at Cuba in 2015

A Glance at Cuba in 2015 / Ivan Garcia Posted on January 6, 2016 Ivan Garcia, 2 January 2016 — Joel Castillo, 19, passed from expectation to frustration in 12 months. After graduating in 2014 in electronics from a technology school south of Havana, he still hasn’t been able to work in his specialty. “With […] Continue reading

The Cuban Exodus – Causes and Effects

The Cuban Exodus: Causes and Effects DIMAS CASTELLANOS | La Habana | 30 Nov 2015 – 11:51 pm. The inexorable exodus of Cubans has become a crisis once again. While thousands of countrymen are stuck at the Costa Rica/Nicaragua border, the Government of Cuba chooses to deny the main cause. In recent months thousands of […] Continue reading

The Sad Ballad of Cuban Emigration

The Sad Ballad of Cuban Emigration / 14ymedio, Carlos Alberto Montaner Posted on November 21, 2015 14ymedio, Carlos Alberto Montaner, Miami, 21 November 2015 — Another stampede of Cubans. It happens from time to time. An editorial in Costa Rica’s La Nación offers a strong description of how the government of that country reacted: “First […] Continue reading

They Have Taken Everything from Me, Even My Family

“They Have Taken Everything from Me, Even My Family” 14YMEDIO, Abril 09, 2015 “How is it possible that I cannot enter my country?” Arian Gonzalez Perez asks himself time and again. This 26-year old Cuban, originally from Santa Clara, has lived in Barcelona for five years, and for that reason he was recently denied permission […] Continue reading

Fear of immigration policy change triggers new wave of Cuban migrants

Fear of immigration policy change triggers new wave of Cuban migrants By Nick Miroff January 27 HAVANA — President Obama’s opening to Cuba has accelerated a surge in Cuban migration to the United States, the latest U.S. statistics show, as many on the island grow worried that America’s long-standing immigration benefits for Cubans are now […] Continue reading

High in the Andes, a tenuous haven for Cubans

High in the Andes, a tenuous haven for Cubans BY JIM WYSS JWYSS@MIAMIHERALD.COM 12/16/2014 5:30 PM  12/16/2014 9:16 PM MIAMI HERALD QUITO, ECUADOR On “Calle Ocho” in the La Florida neighborhood, a few dozen Cubans mill around, downing tar-thick cortadito coffee and explaining to curious locals how to cook malanga. But the snow-capped volcano peeking […] Continue reading

U.S. sees more immigrants from Cuba as laws are relaxed

U.S. sees more immigrants from Cuba as laws are relaxed POSTED ON DECEMBER 13, 2014 Michael Weissenstein and Christine Armario The Associated Press HAVANA — The number of Cubans heading to the United States has increased dramatically since the island lifted travel restrictions last year, eliminating a costly exit visa and making it easier for […] Continue reading