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Cuba: Mass protests thwarted as authorities arrest dissidents

By DW
16 November 2021   |   11:38 am
Dissidents were arrested or prevented from leaving their apartments. The Cuban government has accused the US of endorsing the unrest in an attempt to destabilize the island.

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