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One week after protests in Cuba, streets belong to the police

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A week after the largest wave of citizen protests in more than six decades, the police and military are exhaustively guarding the streets of Cuba, especially in the city of San Antonio de los Baños, where it all began.

The accesses to this town 30 kilometers west of Havana and famous for its International Film School were mostly cut off or guarded by security agents on Sunday.

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Although the streets showed a normal flow . . .

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