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Documents obtained by Al Jazeera show private firm knew work setting up social network for Cubans could be classified
Senators inquire whether such 'discreet' programs endanger aid workers in foreign countries
Head of overseas aid agency defends effort in heated session in Congress; overtly anti-Castro barbs revealed
Many online wonder if USAID is working to undermine other countries.
Program spearheaded by USAID sought to evade Cuba’s stranglehold on Internet and push users toward dissent
The country has been trying to jumpstart its economy, but other recent efforts have failed
Havana’s communist leaders make halting changes, but no one expects an end to the economic blockade
Despite decades-old sanctions, Havana's International Cigar Festival showcases a nearly half-billion dollar industry
Technology experts gather in Miami to brainstorm and develop ways for Cubans to access unrestricted Web
Havana is allowing auto sales for the first time since 1959, but astronomical prices deter most Cubans
The Washington Post and Guardian won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting on NSA surveillance programs