As Raúl Castro was formally invested as Cuban head of state in the last week of February 2008, a Reporters Without Borders’ special correspondent was in Cuba examining the state of press freedom, five years after the “black spring” of March 2003. On the eve of the fifth anniversary of this unprecedented crackdown which made Cuba the world’s second largest prison for journalists, the worldwide press freedom organisation - banned from visiting Cuba - releases the report of this visit.
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