The frenzy to stock up on food, candles and other necessities before things get worse starting October 1st was palpable.
The Cuban people feared CDRs and only saw it as a nest of informers who they had to get on with, but who they also had to distrust.
The migrants who arrive in Nicaragua already have their route set up, often with people to transport them and help them cross into Honduras.
The government is sitting on a powder keg, Uriel Pineda warns, while Abrao insists: The spirit of democratic resistance must be maintained.
Peggy Shand from Canada took our photo of the day: “Always in My Heart”, in Granma, Cuba.
They swarm throughout Old Havana, Central Havana, and a good part of the peripheral municipalities of the city. (34 photos)