Thousands of people poured into the streets in Cuba on Sunday in what is becoming the largest anti-government protest in decades. Demonstrations lasted for hours as they popped up all over the 777-mile stretch of the island, with people rallying against the country’s worsening economic situation, failure to address the coronavirus pandemic, a lack of freedom and disgust for the government.
Thousands of people poured into the streets in Cuba on Sunday in what is becoming the largest anti-government protest in decades. Demonstrations lasted for hours as they popped up all over the 777-mile stretch of the island, with people rallying against the country’s worsening economic situation, failure to address the coronavirus pandemic, a lack of freedom and disgust for the government.

5 things to know about the rare protests in Cuba, and why they matter

Thousands of people poured into the streets in Cuba on Sunday in what is becoming the largest anti-government protest in decades. Demonstrations lasted for hours as they popped up all over the 777-mile stretch of the island, with people rallying against the country’s worsening economic situation, failure to address the coronavirus pandemic, a lack of freedom and disgust for the government.

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