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Cuba, part X: The city where Cuba’s fate was sealed

Had events in Santa Clara in December 1958 turned out otherwise, Cuba’s recent history might have been completely different. It was in Santa Clara where the world’s most infamous terrorist Ernesto “Che” Guevara sealed Cuba’s fate for coming decades, prompting … Continue reading

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Cuba, part V: The best tobacco… in the world

The legend is that US President John F Kennedy told his adviser to order one thousand Cuban Upmann cigars just one day before signing the Cuban embargo into a law. Hypocritical? Perhaps. But if that legend is true, it shows … Continue reading

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