At the Plaza Carlos III shopping center to buy coffee one customer scoffed aloud “Cuban coffee in American dollars”, others laughed.
A product as basic and elemental as salt is has become yet another of problem for the island’s authorities.
“I’ve been waiting for a decent home for 23 years. I’m on the list to get a house, but my case has been delayed for one reason or another…”
Cuban writer Jose Lezama Lima (1910-1976), is the protagonist of the new documentary Letters to Eloisa that premieres on PBS on October 15th.
Activists at the Youth4Climate conference slammed political inaction on the climate crisis and vague pledges to reduce carbon emissions.
Sisters Lisdany & Lisdiany Rodriguez Isaac have been in prison since July 15, 2021 on fabricated charges for having protested on July 11th.
Cigarettes have become one of the first things whose scarcity is not officially attributed to the ‘lockdown’, explains the 14ymedio website.
When the first six left, the Cuban Baseball Federation released an official statement blaming the Trump and Biden governments.
“We ask them not to recognize the results of this electoral farce,” the message of a demonstration held at the OAS headquarters in Costa Rica.
With dated infrastructure and problems with fuel supplies, Cuba’s electricity generation crisis has gotten a lot worse.