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Minister blames US embargo for low number of Cubans online

Reporters Without Borders took issue today with comments by Cuban communications minister Ramiro Valdes yesterday describing the Internet as a (...)

Published on 13 February 2007 Read

Cuba

25th journalist arrested as regime shows no sign of easing harassment of independent media

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the detention of journalist Ramón Velázquez Toranso of the independent news Libertad, who has been held (...)

Published on 5 February 2007 Read

Cuba

Young journalist freed after being held eight days at state security headquarters

Reporters Without Borders today welcomed the news that Ahmed Rodríguez Albacia of the Jóvenes sin Censura independent news agency was released on (...)

Published on 14 December 2006 Read

Cuba

Cyber-freedom prize for 2006 awarded to Guillermo Fariñas of Cuba

For more information about the prize and the winners in the other categories Guillermo Fariñas Hernández, Cuba He is fighting for Cubans right of (...)

Published on 13 December 2006 Read

Cuba

Demonstration staged in support of 23 jailed cuban journalists on the eve of 50th anniversary of the start of the Castro Revolution

Reporters Without Borders demonstrated in support of 23 journalists imprisoned in Cuba at the human rights square in Paris on 1st December 2006, (...)

Published on 1 December 2006 Read

Cuba

Independent journalist aged 62 is freed after being held without trial for 16 months

Reporters Without Borders today hailed yesterday’s release of journalist Oscar Mario González Pérez of the Grupo de Trabajo Decoro independent news (...)

Published on 21 November 2006 Read

Cuba

Santiago court sentences independent journalist to two years of house arrest

Guillermo Espinosa Rodríguez of the Agencia de Prensa Libre Oriental (APLO), an independent news agency, was sentenced by a court in the eastern (...)

Published on 8 November 2006 Read

Cuba

Non-Aligned summit promises already forgotten as one journalist is arrested and another goes on hunger strike in prison

Reporters Without Borders voiced alarm today at the renewed harassment of independent journalists with Odelín Alfonso’s arrest by state security (...)

Published on 20 September 2006 Read

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