Cuba Awaits Detainees and Return of the Internet in Wake of Protests


Three days after protests erupted across Cuba, the government has maintained heavy police deployment in the streets of the island, where there have been no new verifiable demonstrations and citizens seek detained relatives while trying to evade the internet blackout. The real numbers of detainees remained unknown Wednesday, since the authorities have not offered official data, while international organizations, activists and lists circulating on social networks report hundreds. In Miami, a concert by popular Cuban artists in support of the protests in Cuba was disrupted by attendees who said they did not want music but concrete steps by U.S. authorities…

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