Today's featured artist is Alfredo Rodriguez from Cuba with the song "Tumbao a Peruchin" from the album "Cuba Linda" (1997).
As the months pass, the phenomenon of the spontaneous mobilization has become something of an impediment to the civic rebellion.
Church in Batabano, Mayabeque, Cuba. By Frangel Arias (USA). Camera: Samsung Galaxy S9
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Verb Ballets, based in Cleveland, Ohio, USA travels to Havana on February 22 - March 1, 2020 to continue a four-year collaboration with ProDanza.
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In Mexico, a radio broadcaster was shot to death Tuesday afternoon outside her home in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua. She was known as Bárbara Greco.
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British government officials are planning to close the UK?s borders to what they describe as ?unskilled workers? and people who can?t speak English.
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Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has deployed the country's armed forces to the north-eastern state of Ceara, where military police officers are striking.
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Trangresiones, a retrospective by artist Julio Heriberto Prieto, is on display at the Mariano Rodriguez gallery, located in Villa Panamericana, Havana. (19 photos)
The plant would produce 300 megawatts at a cost of US $700 million, although sources close to the company couldn?t say ?where that number came from?.
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Today's featured band is Grupo Bahia from Colombia with the song "Te Vengo a Cantar" from the album "Con el Corazon Cerca de las Raizes" (1998).