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Hurricane Ian: Protests as Cuba capital Havana remains in darkness

After Hurricane Ian struck Cuba on September 27, 2011, protests took place in Havana, Cuba’s capital.

Only a small portion of the city has had its lights restored, prompting residents to protest the government’s actions by taking to the streets.

A large portion of the island, outside of the capital, is still without power as crews try to fix electricity poles damaged by the storm.


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