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Cubans are starting to lose their fear

The thaw in Cuba-U.S. relations and a stagnant economy may be contributing to the increase in public expressions of dissatisfaction with the Cuban government. Experts say the protests are the natural result of a decaying regime.

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Ramón Saúl Sánchez discusses being a man with no country

Cuban exile activist Ramón Saúl Sánchez, who came to Miami from Cuba almost 50 years ago, was told his application for U.S. residency was denied and was asked to leave the country "as soon as possible." If all else fails, he says he will return to Cuba, regardless of the consequences.

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Cubans are starting to lose their fear

The thaw in Cuba-U.S. relations and a stagnant economy may be contributing to the increase in public expressions of dissatisfaction with the Cuban government. Experts say the protests are the natural result of a decaying regime.
Courtesy: UNPACU, #TodoMarchamos, Mario Vallejo Editing: Mario Mateo
Cubans are starting to lose their fear 01:20

Cubans are starting to lose their fear

Disney Fantasy cruise ship rescues wanted fugitives near Cuba 01:23

Disney Fantasy cruise ship rescues wanted fugitives near Cuba

Six Cuban migrants make landfall on Miami Beach 01:23

Six Cuban migrants make landfall on Miami Beach

Cuban street performer shares his experience as a private entrepreneur 00:53

Cuban street performer shares his experience as a private entrepreneur