Affected by Hurricane Irma a man seek to save their belongings in their destroyed house in Isabela de Sagua, Cuba.
Affected by Hurricane Irma a man seek to save their belongings in their destroyed house in Isabela de Sagua, Cuba. Ramon Espinosa AP
Affected by Hurricane Irma a man seek to save their belongings in their destroyed house in Isabela de Sagua, Cuba. Ramon Espinosa AP

In Cuba, many Hurricane Irma victims are asking themselves, where is the government?

September 13, 2017 07:35 PM

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