Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Odds and ends

  • Herald: Hunger striker Guillermo Farinas will not take up an offer to go to Spain, preferring to stay in Cuba and carry out his protest. An earlier AP interview with him here.

  • Cuban television is running an eight-part series on the history of attempts on Fidel Castro’s life.

  • Reuters: Beginning in May, visitors to Cuba will be required to buy health insurance to cover the time of their stay. So far, none of the reports say how much it will cost.

  • Herald: “La Entranable Lejania” (“The Closest Farthest Away”), a play featuring both Cuban and American actors, opens in Miami Beach.


MANO said...

"a play featuring bot Cuban and American actors"

you meant:

"a play featuring both Cuban and American actors"

Phil Peters said...

Yes, thanks.