The 22nd edition of JoJazz takes place in Havana from Thursday November 21 through Sunday the 24th.
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The guerrilla fighters who led the revolution [against Somoza] turned into politicians and were never again to be believed in.
Honoring Havana for its five hundred years is more than valid. If anything deserves celebration, it?s this city full of history. However...
Today?s featured artist is Itamar Assumpcao from Brazil with the song, ?Fim de festa? (2004).
A moment of great interest will be the presence of the Cuban author Daína Chaviano on November 23rd.
The Woman and the Waves, Havana, Cuba. By Marc Heft (USA). Camera: iPhone 6s
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Colombia will close its borders, from Wednesday to Friday, before and during protest marches later this week.
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Caritas International has sent a letter to Daniel Ortega asking for an end to the persecution and the harassment directed against the Catholic Church.
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Daniel Ortega threatens, orders, and commands, but no longer governs. He has no solution to offer the country.
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Paramilitaries and shock forces of the dictatorship of Daniel Ortega desecrated and seized the Metropolitan Cathedral of Managua on Monday night.
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