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Cuban dictatorship says U.S. never mentioned human rights during meetings in Havana

During immigration talks in Havana with Cuban officials last...

Cuba seeks investment for golf courses in a country without water or electricity and in misery

The Castro dictatorship is convinced that golf represents a...

At least 5 Cuban rafters dead in shipwreck in Florida Keys; 5 still missing

At least five Cuban rafters died after their boat...

Topic: cuba power outage

The blackouts put the Cuban dictatorship in check: obsolete structures, negligence and mediocre leaders

There is not a day that the electricity is not cut off on the island and some interruptions last up to 16 hours. Discontent grows and the dictatorship has no answers. The situation is like a building that is about to fall and is hit by an earthquake.

The Castro dictatorship admitted that there will be more blackouts throughout the day

The Cuban electricity company, controlled by Raúl and Alejandro Castro, predicted another day of blackouts for this Saturday during peak hours due to a...

The impact of lightning caused an impressive fire in a fuel depot in Cuba

The impact of lightning on a fuel tank caused an impressive fire in the town of La Matanza on the island of Cuba. The images...

The Cuban dictatorship imprisoned eight young people who were protesting the continuous blackouts on the island

The Cuban dictatorship imprisoned eight young people who were protesting in the city of Baracoa due to the continuous blackouts in the midst of a deep energy crisis facing the Caribbean island. The detainees are in the Combinado Sur prison awaiting trial.

Cuban take to the streets and join the protests over the blackouts

This Friday night, dozens of residents of the municipality of Campechuela, province of Granma, took to the streets to protest against the long power...

Cubans take to the streets in Matanzas and Villa Clara due to blackouts

Cubans in Matanzas and Villa Clara took to the streets this Friday night to protest the continuous blackouts that have kept the country in...

Castroism admits not having a short-term solution for blackouts in Cuba

In Cuba the blackouts continue and the dictatorship is not responsible. The Castro regime continues to blame the shortcomings on the sanctions imposed by the United States, on the high demand of Cubans in hot weather and, given the latest world events, now adds high fuel prices as an excuse. But there is no mention of the lack of investment in the country's electricity system for decades, still dependent on the burning of oil derivatives.

Vladimir Putin increased support for the Cuban dictatorship, besieged by protests: he sent 700,000 barrels of fuel

The Russian Vladimir Putin lent a hand to the Cuban dictatorship and at the same time managed to locate products rejected by the West. The tanker carrying Russian fuel oil arrived in Cuba last Thursday, transporting supplies for the Caribbean nation's power plants and giving Russia an outlet for its products rejected by the West.

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