¿Twitter censorship Prensa Latina?!!!

By Alma

Tomado de metro951

The Latin American News Agency Prensa Latina (PL) continues today with no chance to post new tweets on its Twitter account with nearly 82,000 followers.

The problem arose last March 20 in the context of the official visit of US president President Barack Obama to Cuba and the corresponding media attention.

We were reported on Obama’s first actions on the island when suddenly we were unable to do so, expressed several journalists of this media founded on June 16, 1959.

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#Fidel Castro: Brother #Obama

Por Alma

Author: | internet@granma.cu

We don’t need the empire to give us anything. Our efforts will be legal and peaceful, because our commitment is to peace and fraternity among all human beings who live on this planet.

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Letter of a Cuban Youngsters to the president of the #UnitedStates #BarackObama.

By Alma (Taken from Blog www.palabrasentreelcafe.wordpress.com/Posted in English by in CUBA)

Logo of UJC in Cuba, with the slogan: Study, Work, Rifle (rifle represents the defense of the Fatherland)

After the speech of United States’s president, in his meeting with civil society in our country, many Cubans have given their opinion on it, published both in the press and in messages on social networks and on blogs, such as young Julio Alejandro Gomez Pereda, who wrote a letter to the President of the United States.

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Comparing Obama’s Speech in Havana With Reagan’s in Moscow

By Stephen Sestanovich, The Wall Street Journal

Barack Obama looks at the teleprompter at the Gran Teatro de La Habana «Alicia Alonso» Photo: Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP

Before listening to Barack Obama’s speech in Havana, I pulled out Ronald Reagan’s at Moscow State University from May 1988. It’s an instructive comparison: very similar speeches, very different politicians.

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#MichelleObama learns about Cuban education system

Por Alma

Michelle Obama meeting with Cuban students in Havana. Photo: Jorge Legañoa Alonso

I find it very positive that Michelle Obama has met with Cuban students and it is a pity that she could not visit any school to also talk with other children, could be for example any of the schools of children needing special attention, where we have important results, or any other, guess I for the short time of the visit has not been possible to expand her experiences, hopefully in the future we have her presence again and be able to exchange with staff from the field of education, which accumulates a large experience on the subject that interested her so much, and receive her experiences too.

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#Obama Should Lift Internet Restrictions on #Cuba, Says #Google Vice Pre

Por Alma

Vinton G. Cerf, vice president of Google, offered a keynote speech on the past, present and future of the internet. Photo: Jose M. Correa

Although Cuban citizens have been able to download Google Chrome and access various elements of Google Analytics since 2014, any individual using a Cuban IP address is still blocked from using services and applications such as AdSense and AdWords. Given these limitations, Vinton G. Cerf, vice president of Google – the world’s leading search engine – expressed his hope that Barack Obama’s upcoming visit would lead to the elimination of such restrictions.

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Press Conference offered by Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla

By Alma

On March 15, the Departments of the Treasury and of Commerce issued new regulations that modify the implementation of some aspects of the US blockade against Cuba.

This is the fourth announcement of this sort made by the Government of the United States since December 17, 2014, when the presidents of both countries made public their decision to re-establish diplomatic relations.

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