Photograph of a woman in a pair of corduroy trousers, sitting with a newspaper held in front of her body. The newspaper is “Granma”, purchased at Plaza de Armas in Cuba’s capital, Havana. It is the country’s most read daily newspaper, named after the ship that transported Fidel Castro and 81 other rebels to Cuba in 1956, before the revolution began.
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