The mutually dependent course of Daniel Ortega, Raul Castro and Nicolas Maduro.
Street vendor, Havana, Cuba. By Jodi Newell (USA). Camera: Canon EOS 60D
The government of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo deployed dozens of patrol vehicles and hundreds of police and paramilitaries in Managua on Saturday, but could not prevent hundreds of Nicaraguan citizens from demonstrating at four points in the capital.
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The Brazilian mining company Vale said Friday that it would continue to cooperate with authorities after police accused it of having given false information about the stability of a dam that ruptured eight months ago, claiming at least 249 lives.
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Today?s featured artist is Gato Barbieri from Argentina with the song ?Bolivia? from the album ?Bolivia? (1973). Submitted by Os.
The debate took place a few days ago on a television program, and although it was brief, it reveals the dissatisfactions that exist among specialists regarding the performance of Cuban baseball players in the international events of recent years.
Friends, Varadero, Cuba. By Cheril, LeBlanc (Nova Scotia, Canada). Camera Nikon D 3400
?Is this discount for real? 10 cents, really?? I asked an employee at a foreign currency store (TRD) in the Supermarket in the Hermanos Cruz neighborhood, Pinar del Rio. In front of me? One-liter bottles of ?Chocolate milk with coffee. Concentrated beverage,? produced by Lacteos Pradera.