Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Odds and ends

  • The Spanish Foreign Minister tells the Senate that 115 of the 127 recently released Cuban political prisoners were welcomed in Spain. (Some have since come to the United States.) The 115 were joined by 647 family members.

  • Blogger Ernesto Morales Licea applauds Senator Kerry’s demand for information on USAID’s Cuba democracy programs.

  • Herald: John Caulfield, the U.S. charge d’affaires in Caracas, will lead the U.S. Interests Section in Havana. Incumbent Jonathan Farrar is nominated to be Ambassador to Nicaragua.

  • Ted Henken, in Havana, shows us the business card for Robertico Robaina’s paladar (presumably the Robaina who is a former foreign minister), La Paila in Marianao.

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