A boy and a woman walk next to remains of homes destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in Baracoa, Cuba. The hurricane rolled across the sparsely populated tip of Cuba Tuesday night and early Wednesday, destroying dozens of homes in Cuba's easternmost city.
A boy and a woman walk next to remains of homes destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in Baracoa, Cuba. The hurricane rolled across the sparsely populated tip of Cuba Tuesday night and early Wednesday, destroying dozens of homes in Cuba's easternmost city. Ramon Espinosa AP
A boy and a woman walk next to remains of homes destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in Baracoa, Cuba. The hurricane rolled across the sparsely populated tip of Cuba Tuesday night and early Wednesday, destroying dozens of homes in Cuba's easternmost city. Ramon Espinosa AP
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For Cuba, the task of cleaning up after Hurricane Matthew has begun

October 06, 2016 3:08 PM

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