Cuban independent journalists from left to right: Miriam Celaya, Ignacio González, Rolando Lobaina, Rachel Vázquez, Iván García and Luis Felipe Rojas.
Cuban independent journalists from left to right: Miriam Celaya, Ignacio González, Rolando Lobaina, Rachel Vázquez, Iván García and Luis Felipe Rojas. Abel Fernández In Cuba Today
Cuban independent journalists from left to right: Miriam Celaya, Ignacio González, Rolando Lobaina, Rachel Vázquez, Iván García and Luis Felipe Rojas. Abel Fernández In Cuba Today

Cuba’s independent media must ‘win the confidence’ of the population

September 13, 2016 04:47 PM

UPDATED October 24, 2016 11:59 AM

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