Our Men in Havana

Friday, August 18, 2006


Since Raul Castro took the helm in Cuba three weeks ago, the government has released next to nothing about Fidel’s condition, and denied visas to foreign journalists not already on the island. How are American news organizations coping with the information clampdown? We asked Dan Grech, Americas correspondent for American Public Media’s Marketplace, to find out.

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