The ultimate Potemkin village show, complete with creepy Karl and a little kid at the end,
Notice the 1950s cars in the prints!
What you don’t hear about: As “beautiful people” stage nauseating fashion show, Cubans endure deprivation in their slave quarters
A building collapse in Old Havana has left some fifty Cubans homeless.
The disaster occurred on Wednesday 4 May at 7:30 p.m. on Villegas Street, after a day of heavy rain and strong winds.
The building had been declared unfit for habitation 31 years ago, in 1985, but people continued to live there and nothing was fixed. In addition, the wall that gave way, causing the building’s roof to cave in, had been declared extremely dangerous 13 years ago in 2003.