What took place can hardly be interpreted as an action conceived and led by the opposition, exile groups or the new civic activism.
Kimberley Bradley of Canada took our photo of the day: “The Potter” in Trinidad, Cuba. She used a Samsung 9 camera.
President Biden said Monday he stands with the Cuban people, in response to thousands taking to the streets of Cuba over the weekend.
The protests that startled all of Cuba on July 11, have led to numerous pronouncements in favor & opposed to the fierce government repression.
Haroldo Dilla comments on the nationwide protests that took place in Cuba on July 11, 2021. He also compares with what happened in the 1990s.
Just ten days before the Tokyo Olympic Games kick off, there are still doubts about the dangers involved in holding this event.
Reynaldo Escobar of 14ymedio daily writes about the severe crisis facing Cubans, and the hurdles to overcome for humanitarian action.
Bob Lintjer from the United States took our photo of the day: “Feeding Time” in Havana, Cuba. He used a Samsung Moto Gen 2 camera.
Thousands took to the streets of Havana and other cities in rare protests, denouncing the economic crisis & handling of Covid-19.
“Combat order?” I imagine all Cuba was as stupefied as I was, when these words emerged from the mouth of President Miguel Diaz-Canel.