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  • PROGRESS and the CUBAN REVOLUTION...


    Mon Aug 16, 5:34 PM ET

    Havana residents fill up plastic containers with water from a puddle formed in the street by a broken pipe on August 16, 2004. Most of Havana has been without water since Hurricane Charley barreled through the city of two million early on August 13. Parts of the city are still without electricity due to the downing of high-voltage transmission lines near the port of Mariel which has also prevented the pumping of water supplies to the city. Photo by Rafael Perez/Reuters


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    While in Cuba's Capital people get water from puddles, lets see how Floridians, who got hit worst, get their emergency water rations:

    • Mon Aug 16, 4:38 PM ET

      A unidentified man collects free water from a relief area set up at a drug store on highway 41 in Punta Gorda, Florida, August 16, 2004. Most everything along the highway was destroyed by hurricane Charley August 13. Relief supplies poured rapidly into southwest Florida after Hurricane Charley's devastating punch but some of the thousands of newly homeless on Monday were frustrated as they faced rebuilding their lives. REUTERS/Marc Serota

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    • #3
      Now, a drop of Cuban free speech, rare nowadays in Havana...


      Tue Aug 17, 1:11 PM ET

      Luis Eligio Perez M.Cafria, a member of a Rap group protests against water shortage in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday Aug.17,2004 walking by Old Havana streets with a faucet in his mouth. One of the consequences of hurricane Charley's in Havana is the water shortage.(AP photo/Jose Goitia)





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      • #4
        another reason why the embargo (supported only by U.S., Israel and the Marshall Islands) is stupid and insane...

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