In this Sept. 10 photo released by Granma, men play dominoes in the middle of a flooded Havana street as others pull broken furniture from calf-high water in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Neighbors were helping each other out, and those who got tired would sit down and play dominoes.
In this Sept. 10 photo released by Granma, men play dominoes in the middle of a flooded Havana street as others pull broken furniture from calf-high water in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Neighbors were helping each other out, and those who got tired would sit down and play dominoes. Juvenal Balan AP
In this Sept. 10 photo released by Granma, men play dominoes in the middle of a flooded Havana street as others pull broken furniture from calf-high water in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Neighbors were helping each other out, and those who got tired would sit down and play dominoes. Juvenal Balan AP

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