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    South Africa: Country Welcomes Cuban Doctors

    South Africa: Country Welcomes Cuban Doctors

    Inter Press Service (Johannesburg)

    28 April 2008
    Posted to the web 29 April 2008

    Stephanie Nieuwoudt
    Cape Town

    For more than a decade, Cuban doctors have filled part of a gap left by
    South African doctors who in large numbers leave the country looking for
    better salaries and employment opportunities.… Continue reading

    Reforms by Raul Castro in Cuba – update

    FACTBOX-Reforms by Raul Castro in Cuba
    Thu Apr 10, 2008 2:04pm EDT

    April 10 (Reuters) – In the six weeks since he succeeded his ailing
    brother Fidel Castro, Cuba's new leader Raul Castro has introduced a
    series of reforms to improve life in the communist Caribbean island state.

    Following are some steps taken so far, as… Continue reading

    Cuba: Blocking Bloggers

    Cuba: Blocking Bloggers
    Cuba Published by Janine Mendes-Franco March 28th, 2008 Share This
    Tags: block, bloggers, Cuba.

    Want to get the Cuban blogosphere talking? Block access to a popular
    blog. Ever since Cuban authorities did just that to several
    less-than-supportive Havana-based blogs earlier this week, the blogging
    diaspora have come out in full support of Cuban… Continue reading

    Cuba : Transitions without End

    Cuba : Transitions without End
    by Dr. Frederic Clairmont
    Global Research, March 21, 2008
    – 2008-03-20

    " The victory of the Revolution is a rampart that ensures that
    never again will Cuba become the most sordid brothel our planet has ever
    known linked to a criminal gambling and drug infested inferno of the
    colonial occupiers." Comandante… Continue reading

    Castro’s Cuba was no place for a socialist like me

    Castro's Cuba was no place for a socialist like me
    Neil Clark
    Wednesday, 20th February 2008

    Neil Clark says that he went to Havana in search of a left-wing Utopia
    and discovered instead an island fortress of poverty, corruption and
    currency apartheid

    It's a country where the vast majority live in poverty, while a tiny,
    corrupt… Continue reading

    The end of the Cuban Revolution

    The end of the Cuban Revolution
    published: Sunday | February 24, 2008
    Martin Henry, Contributor

    Fidel Castro's Cuban Revolution is dead – but not buried yet. But long
    before the birth of the revolution, astute observers of socialism saw
    that the system was inherently unstable and destined to collapse. When
    the Russian Revolution was only five… Continue reading

    China model doesn't fit

    'China model' doesn't fit
    Posted on Tue, Sep. 04, 2007
    BY MAURICIO CLAVER-CARONE
    mauriciojcc@msn.com

    It is incumbent upon the free nations of the Western hemisphere to
    ensure the success of Cuba's democratic-reform movement.

    The 21st century began with multiparty democracies in all but one of the
    Western hemisphere's 35 nations. Cuba was the glaring exception. In… Continue reading

    THE MYTH OF CUBAN HEALTH CARE, MICHAEL MOORE GIVES IT A POWERFUL BOOST

    CUBA: THE MYTH OF CUBAN HEALTH CARE, MICHAEL MOORE GIVES IT A POWERFUL BOOST
    2007-07-13. National Review / Digital, July 30 , 2007,

    www.nationalreview.com
    Jay Nordlinger

    MICHAEL MOORE has made another piece of pure propaganda. This film,
    called Sicko, attacks the American health-care system. You will agree
    that there is a lot to attack. But Moore… Continue reading

    South Africa taps Tunisia for help on health crisis

    South Africa taps Tunisia for help on health crisis

    1,000 doctors from Tunisia to recruited to aid South Africa's medical
    professionals' shortage crisis.

    By Paul Simao – PRETORIA, South Africa

    South Africa is recruiting some 1,000 doctors from Tunisia and luring
    back medical professionals from Britain and elsewhere to reverse a brain
    drain that has hit… Continue reading

    DEBUNKING THE MYTHICAL ADVANCES OF THE CUBAN HEALTH SYSTEM

    DEBUNKING THE MYTHICAL ADVANCES OF THE CUBAN HEALTH SYSTEM
    2007-07-04.
    Dr. Darsi Ferrer, Director Center for Health and Human Rights "Juan
    Bruno Zayas"

    Havana, June 30, 2007. The achievements of the Cuban Health System
    reflect the reality of the services offered in the centers and
    installations devoted to medical attention for foreigners and the
    members of… Continue reading

    PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH DELIVERS REMARKS AT AN ARRIVAL CEREMONY: "THE CUBANS ARE DESPERATE FOR FREEDOM"

    PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH DELIVERS REMARKS AT AN ARRIVAL CEREMONY: "THE
    CUBANS ARE DESPERATE FOR FREEDOM"
    2007-06-06.

    JUNE 5, 2007

    SPEAKER: PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH

    [*] BUSH: President Ilves, Foreign Minister Swarzenberg, and
    distinguished guests: Laura and I are pleased to be back in Prague, and
    we appreciate the gracious welcome to this historic hall. Tomorrow… Continue reading

    HEALTH IN CUBA, THE TWO FACES OF A MYTH

    HEALTH IN CUBA, THE TWO FACES OF A MYTH
    2007-04-02.
    Julián Antonio Mone Borrego, professor and president of the Miguel
    Valdés Tamayo Cuban Movement

    BARACOA, CUBA- March 30, 2007 (Professor Julián Antonio Mone
    Borrego/Puenteinfocubamiami.org) – The general condition of hospitals
    that provide medical services strictly for the Cuban people are deplorable.

    SANTA CLARA

    Santa Clara's provincial… Continue reading