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3Men drive old cars, used as taxis, in Havana, Friday, Sept. 11, 2009. Cuba's government has begun the distribution of permits to legalize old cars, currently used as black-market taxis. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano) #
5Cubans attend the "Peace without Borders" concert, on September 20, 2009 at Revolution Square in Havana. Over half a million Cubans gathered in Havana for the concert by Miami-based singer Juanes, a gig welcomed by US President Barack Obama, but criticized by some Cuban-Americans who say the performers are lending support to the island's communist government simply by showing up. (ISMAEL FARNCISCO/AFP/Getty Images) #
6People, one holding up a Cuban flag, cheer during the "Peace Without Borders" concert at the Revolution square in Havana, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2009. A crowd flocked to sprawling Revolution Plaza for the concert, headlined by Colombia's musician Juanes. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano) #
8People watch the view from the lighthouse at Morro Castle (Castillo de los Tres Reyes Magos del Morro) in Havana October 10, 2009. The fortress, which once housed a lighthouse keepers school, guards the entrance to Havana Bay and was built by the Spanish in 1589. (REUTERS/Desmond Boylan) #
9Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in her house in Havana November 9, 2009. A well-known blogger and government critic, Sanchez said she and two fellow bloggers were detained briefly on Friday by security agents and accused of being "counter-revolutionaries" as they walked to a demonstration against violence. (REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa) #
10Technicians use a crane to load a Chinese locomotive part at the Jose Ramirez Casamayor workshop in Havana, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009. Cuba has 80 American-made locomotives that predate Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution, but 32 of them no longer work because they lack spare parts the government cannot buy due to Washington's 48-year-old trade embargo. About 50 newer locomotives imported from China have helped the island meet its transportation needs in the meantime. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)