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Experts offer thoughts on a post-Castro Cuba
It happened last October - although clearly, it was not the sort of fall for which Castro's enemies have long hoped. For Cuba's supreme commander did not fall from power, or fall off a cliff, or fall into a coma, or fall into a deep, unending sleep.

17 Jun 2005 by admin

Succession of Cuba leadership gets complicated
If Fidel Castro decided to die today, the wake would be full of people more nervous than mournful. Ra˙l, his brother and heir, might not find it so simple to assume power, much less exercise it effectively. Once again, powerful testimony has surfaced about his very close links to the MedellÝn drug cartel during the 1980s, a disclosure that would be devastating for any head of state.

17 Jun 2005 by admin

Water taxi carrying 13 Cubans intercepted off Key West
The U.S. Coast Guard intercepted a bright blue vintage taxicab bobbing in the waves 20 miles off Key West Tuesday, marking the third time in two years that Cuban migrants piloted a retrofitted 1950s-era car across the Florida Straits.

17 Jun 2005 by admin

Leaders urge a proactive Cuba stance
At a University of Miami seminar, leaders urged the OAS to explore a role in Cuba's transition to democracy and to be vigilant about human rights abuses.

07 Jun 2005 by admin

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