The Cuban press has never been good, but its reputation has been so tarnished by the US government’s policies in the island’s southern hemisphere that many Cubans are desperate to make their voices heard in a way that they cannot in the US.
They have been calling on the Cuban government for years to release a wide range of prisoners and dissidents, but it has remained silent.
The Cuban government has repeatedly threatened to pull the plug on the press unless the US stops blocking the press.
And, of course, the Cuban people are the most powerful in the world.
Now the Cuban authorities are considering whether to hold their first ever international congress, where they would have the opportunity to demand freedom for dissidents.
The situation is tense.
In April, the US imposed an embargo on the island.
Since then, more than 100,000 Cubans have been detained, many of them for crimes ranging from the sale of cigars to drug trafficking.
But the Cuban Government has also faced criticism from around the world, with some members of Congress and foreign governments saying they do not believe the embargo is a viable solution to the crisis in Cuba.
How are Cuban officials handling the crisis?
How is the media in the country?
It’s not clear.
The US is the sole owner of the Cuban newspaper El Nuevo Dia, and since the embargo was lifted in October, it has been controlled by the Cuban news agency RCTV.
It’s unclear how the Cuban journalists are being treated, as RCTV is part of the country’s government.
But RCTV’s managing editor, Javier Martinez, has been arrested twice for criticizing the government, according to his family.
The same agency, which has no foreign ownership, has also denied a request by RCTV to take over the daily newspaper Granma.
The other paper, La Razon, is owned by the National Council of Radio, Television and Film, or CONELRAD, and has not been affected by the embargo.
But CONELREAD has not yet taken over Granma, despite the fact that it is a Cuban news network that is also funded by the government.
The government says that, despite being owned by a government agency, Granma is independent and has no editorial control.
So how are Cuban journalists receiving support?
The Cuban Journalists’ Union says that they are getting help from some of the most prominent Cuban journalists, including the editor of the daily Havana news website La Jornada.
It says that Carlos Rodríguez, a prominent journalist, has recently written a book that he is publishing with RCTV, which they are also selling online.
The union says Rodr�guez has received support from other journalists, and that he has been working on several stories for the newspaper El Comercio.
They say that the organization is supporting Rodr.
The Associated Press, meanwhile, says that Rodr has been given financial support from the Cuban Embassy in Washington.
According to the AP, Rodr, a journalist for the AP and for CNN, is currently working on a book about Cuban exile groups and human rights violations in Cuba that was published in December.
How is there a shortage of journalists?
There are some shortages of journalists in Cuba, and some of those journalists are already under house arrest, while others are in prison awaiting trial.
According of the Havana-based Center for Journalists, Cuba has the third-highest number of journalists incarcerated in the United States, behind the US and China.
The country has more than 600 journalists under house and prison conditions, according a 2016 report by the Human Rights Watch.
There is no international organization that tracks the number of Cubans behind bars.
How have the Cuban Journalists Association been affected?
According to one of its members, Javier Rodriguez, the association has been hit hard.
He says the Cuban embassy has been very aggressive in pressuring the association and its members.
When the Cuban journalist Juan Ramón Martinez was released from prison last year, the embassy threatened to close the association.
When he was released, Rodriguez says, the president of the association, Roberto Ortega, met with the president.
The president promised to take all necessary measures to secure the freedom of the imprisoned journalist, Rodriguez said.
The Cubans, in turn, promised to release him, according the report.
But when Ortegas wife, Maria Lina, was arrested in December 2016 and her family was taken into custody, they were not released until January 2017.
Rodriguez said that the government has also blocked a number of Cuban journalists.
“The Cuban government says it is protecting its own people,” he said.
“But it’s very clear that the Cuban Republic is not protecting its citizens.”
How have journalists been treated by the authorities in the past?
The US and the US State Department have criticized the Cuban state for not doing enough to protect the journalists.
In October, the State Department accused the Cuban leadership of violating international humanitarian law, according for its Human Rights Report 2016. The report