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Ahead of Protests, Cuba Revokes Foreign Media Credentials

Ahead of Protests, Cuba Revokes Foreign Media Credentials

From: VOA

Ahead of planned protests in Cuba this week, the Havana government revoked the media accreditation of five journalists with the Spanish news agency EFE.

The move was quickly condemned by the international community and media analysts, who saw the withdrawal as a sign that Havana had turned its attention to the international press.

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