As Havana turns 500 years old, AFPTV speaks to Cubans who reflect on how the capital has impacted their lives. Fisherman Roberto Molina leaves his house every day, no matter the weather. For him, it doesn't matter if the capital is good or bad because it's his home.
A month ago, giggles floated through the home of fisherman Dada as his four-year-old son played ball with his two little cousins on Madagascar's sunny beaches. Last week, the grey rain pattered quietly on their wooden roof as Dada and his two sisters sat inside, scoured by grief.