DIARIO DE CUBA talked to representatives of dissenting political groups and human rights organizations about the return to the Obama-era 'thaw'.
While the Government spends $1.5 billion building hotels, it slashes food imports and investment in agriculture.
The Government builds homes for Saratoga explosion victims more than a kilometer from where they livedDDCLa Habana
The former residents of Zulueta 512 will be relocated to buildings whose construction is underway on the Calle Vives 438, between Carmen and Figuras.
The Cuban Government washed its hands after the crash of the Global Air flight, and it did the same thing when a balcony collapsed, killing three girls. Will it do the same thing again?
Most of them apply for humanitarian visas to be treated in 'the belly of the monster'.
So many hungry and angry people in one place, cursing the exasperating lack of food, is a dangerous time bomb for any autocracy.
More deaths, plummeting health care, abysmal responses to emergencies: the worst year for Cuba's public health systemDDCLa Habana
2021 takes its toll on the island's healthcare system, and the authorities recognize it, but blame Covid-19 and the embargo.
Are we Cubans as alone as we think? What is the regime's international status in the wake of the 11J protests?Yania SuárezLa Habana
DIARIO DE CUBA spoke with analysts and activists about international perceptions of the crackdown on the protests, and how much solidarity Cubans can expect.
It is the Government, not Cuban baseball players, that needs the agreement with Major League BaseballYusimí Rodríguez LópezMadrid
The contracts signed by the players who legally leave Cuba on their own are proof of this.
With people desperate to flee the island, the right to custody has become a bargaining chip.
Failure to do so means condemning a loved one to depending on the paltry and often inedible rations at the island's prisons.
The hunger map developed by the World Food Program to monitor food security globally states that there is not.
According to government journalist Leidys María Labrador, the inability of Cuba's regime to raise the population's standard of living is a myth.
Havana breaks its promise, again, to provide the OMS with the documentation for the evaluation of its vaccinesJosé Luis ReyesMadrid
As they have done twice in the last six months, the Cuban authorities have broken their word.
Under Cuba's current circumstances, are there elements that civil society can use to its advantage?
It demands the education of children and young people 'with a political-ideological approach' that prepares them to face what the regime calls 'unconventional war'.
Dayron Martín Rodríguez, a Cuban psychiatric patient sentenced to 30 years in prison for demonstratingLien CarrazanaMadrid
The 37-year-old has been in treatment since 2014 for 'double depression' and a suicide attempt. His life is in danger in prison, specialists say.
'It bothers me that they are brainwashing the children, and you can't do anything about it, because it's the school, and they impose it,' says a mother from Holguín
The regime says it seeks 'socialist and just solutions' to deal with the rising prices of food and the essential products it imports.
The case of political prisoner Félix Navarro: ideology trumps age when it comes to sentencing in CubaLucía Alfonso MirabalLa Habana
The sentence against the 68-year-old opposition leader could have been reduced. As his daughter was also convicted, they will not be able to see each other for eight years.