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[l] at 9/14/19 4:35pm

The government of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo, through its Immigration Office, informed airline managers that as of Saturday, September 14, entry into Nicaragua is prohibited for diplomats of the OAS high-level commission for Nicaragua.

The post Ortega Prohibits Entry of the OAS Commission to Nicaragua appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Nicaragua]

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[l] at 9/14/19 10:55am

Members of the special commission for Nicaragua, created by the Organization of American States (OAS), could arrive in Nicaragua on Monday to meet with different sectors of society, including the Ortega regime, according to different opposition sources.

The post OAS Special Commission Set to Arrive in Nicaragua on Monday appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Nicaragua]

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[l] at 9/14/19 10:00am

Josefa Meza, whose son Jonathan Morazan was one of the young people assassinated at the hands of Daniel Ortega’s regime during the 2018 protests, asked the international community for support so that the murder of her son, like that of the other 327 dead, won’t be left in impunity.

The post Nicaraguan Mother who Lost Her Son to Ortega’s Forces Speaks at UN appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Nicaragua]

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[l] at 9/14/19 8:16am

Cirle Tatis Arzuza (a Colombian YouTuber, anti-racism activist and advocate for Africa’s cultural heritage) experienced “unpleasant events” in Cuba because she looked Cuban. Let's look at why.

The post Being or Looking Cuban in Cuba Is Reason for Discrimination appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: Opinion, Glenda Boza Ibarra]

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[l] at 9/14/19 7:08am

After the Rain in Havana, Cuba. By Ryan Dougherty (UK). Camera: iPhone XS Max

The post After the Rain in Havana – Photo of the Day appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Photo of the Day]

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[l] at 9/14/19 7:01am

Today’s featured band is Los Papines from Cuba with the song “Cui Cui Cui Bla Bla Bla” from the album “Siguen OK”. (2004)

The post Los Papines (Cuba) – Song of the Day appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Today's Song]

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[l] at 9/13/19 4:29pm

The Venezuelan opposition does not intend to resume talks with the government in Barbados, though it is prepared to seal a "complete agreement" when "the regime is ready," one of the opposition negotiators said on Friday.

The post Venezuelan Opposition says Barbados Negotiations No Longer ‘Viable’ appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: Latin America, News]

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[l] at 9/13/19 3:01pm

Let’s take a moment and imagine what would have happened to Cojimar if its history had been different. This fishing village located in Habana del Este. (12 photos)

The post An Afternoon in Cojimar (+ Video) appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: Irina Pino's Diary, Videos]

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[l] at 9/13/19 11:18am

On September 9, the chief of European diplomacy, Federica Mogherini, concluded her trip to Havana, where she co-chaired the second EU-Cuba Joint Council and reviewed the current situation of the Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement between Cuba and the EU.

The post Mogherini’s Visit and the EU’s Deal with Cuba appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: Osmel Ramirez]

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[l] at 9/13/19 10:07am

Orange Car, Havana, Cuba. By Jon Michaels (Tampa, Florida, USA). Camera: Sony A7Riii

The post Orange Car, Havana, Cuba – Photo of the Day appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Photo of the Day]

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[l] at 9/13/19 8:57am

In an office located in the center of Managua, a group of young people meet to plan another “express sit-in.” Last month these same young people, all college graduates, carried out two successful protest actions, that is, without attacks or police detentions.

The post What the Opposition Faces in a Nicaragua under a State of Siege appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: Features, Nicaragua]

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[l] at 9/13/19 7:48am

The government's latest strategies for the farm sector points towards a return to “nationalization”, at the expense of “privatizing” initiatives that have been tried and tested in the past decade. Is this a smart way to go to put more food on Cuban families tables?

The post Why Isn’t There More Food in Cuba? appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: Features]

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[l] at 9/13/19 7:28am

By Zahrah HAVANA TIMES – Today’s featured band is Sexteto Juventud from Venezuela with the song “Guajira a lo Sexteto”

The post Sexteto Juventud (Venezuela) – Song of the Day appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Today's Song]

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[l] at 9/12/19 3:08pm

Salvadoran authorities should stop blocking investigative digital outlets El Faro and Revista Factum from attending press conferences at the Presidential House, the Committee to Protect Journalists said on September 11th.

The post El Salvador Bans 2 Investigative Outlets from Press Conferences appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: SOS for Journalist]

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[l] at 9/12/19 2:23pm

In her first extended broadcast interview in the United States, we spend an hour with Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist who has inspired millions across the globe.

The post Greta Thunberg: “We Are Striking to Disrupt the System” (video) appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: Interviews]

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[l] at 9/12/19 1:22pm

Nicaraguan authorities should immediately release newsprint and ink supplies belonging to newspapers La Prensa and El Nuevo Diario, the Committee to Protect Journalists.

The post Nicaraguan Gov. Targets 2 Newspapers with Ink, Paper Seizures appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: SOS for Journalist]

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[l] at 9/12/19 10:39am

Cuban president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, announced Wednesday a government program to reduce damages to the economy and population as a result of diesel shortages, due to oil tanker shipments to the country being interrupted.

The post Cuban Gov. Imposes Restrictions to Face Fuel Shortages  appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News]

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[l] at 9/12/19 8:08am

Fruit Seller, Havana, Cuba. By Andrew Bell (UK). Camera: Nikon D600

The post Fruit Seller, Havana, Cuba – Photo of the Day appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Photo of the Day]

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[l] at 9/12/19 8:08am

Fruit Seller, Havana, Cuba. By Andrew Bell (UK). Camera: Nikon D600

The post Fruit Seller, Havana, Cuba – Phot of the Day appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Photo of the Day]

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[l] at 9/12/19 7:22am

The Organization of American States (OAS) on Wednesday decided to activate the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR) to consider measures against Venezuela after it launched military exercises near the Colombian border.

The post OAS Activates Assistance Treaty to Consider Measures against Venezuela appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: Latin America, News]

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[l] at 9/12/19 6:49am

Today’s featured artist is La La from Peru with the song “Selva Negra” from the album “Rosa” (2014).

The post La La (Peru) – Song of the Day appeared first on Havana Times.

[Category: News, Today's Song]

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