Our reader Kaliopi Korras from Australia took the photo of the day: “Street Art” in Madrid, Spain, using a Lumia 950 camera.
Dozens of riot police invaded the homes of more Nicaraguan opposition leaders Sunday accusing them of “terrorism” and taking them prisoner.
Today’s featured band is the Blue Rhythm Combo from Barbados with the song “Black Water Gold” from the album “BRC’s Groove” (2012).
“The private sector and investors are watching carefully what might happen in the next two weeks, in order to decide their course of action.”
They were summoned in the case against the Violeta Chamorro Foundation; but the Prosecutors questioned them regarding the Cybercrime Law.
Our reader Mike Pobega from the United States took the photo of the day: “Other Angles” in Havana, Cuba. He used his Lomo LC-A camera.
The local sheriff’s department in Hubbard County, Minnesota, arrested Weisman, a freelance journalist on assignment for the Los Angeles Times
Elizabeth takes in/welcomes cats. It’s rare for her to go home from work or school without bringing one back with her.
This onslaught responds to the regime’s determination to remain in power at any cost, without democracy and free elections.
Today’s featured band is Okute from Cuba with the song “Quiere la Rumba” from the album “Okute” (2021). Send us your song ideas to share.