The words “Murder the Media” were etched on a door inside, and individuals repeatedly threatened reporters and smashed their equipment.
The US Congress certified President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, hours after a violent, right-wing mob incited by Trump interrupted proceedings.
To describe Dayme Arocena, you have to listen to her carefully. Her career is one of her free expression as a human being and as an artist.
Being a primary school teacher helped Martha Gonzalez understand her nephew: a child with language learning difficulties.
Experts say the government has left Nicaraguans “orphaned” in the pandemic. They ask the public to maintain protective measures.
Fed up with censorship and a lack of freedoms, hundreds of artists came together outside the Ministry of Culture in Havana on 27N.
Millions across the USA could be forced from their homes amid the pandemic if Congress does not extend the federal eviction moratorium.
Jennifer Rodríguez and her parents emigrated from Cuba in 2015 as a family. “Many doors were closing in Havana at that time…”
Two years ago, Cenidh’s offices were raided. Today, Nunez reaffirms the fight against impunity, She calls it “Nicaragua’s greatest evil”.
“I’m not very optimistic. I don’t envision a radical change in the next 2 or 3 years,” warns Luis Vicente Leon, director of Datanalisis.