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Cuba Publicly Celebrates Its Patron Saint For First Time In 60 Years

In the latest sign that the Castro regime is loosening its grip over the open practice of religion, the first nationwide procession since the revolution will be allowed to take take place for the island country's patron Saint in a celebration to

Cuba Publicly Celebrates Its Patron Saint For First Time In 60 Years
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Welcome to Monday, where China is on high COVID alert as Lunar New Year celebrations kick off, Tonga reels from a massive underwater eruption, and a veteran FBI agent may have found out who betrayed Anne Frank to the Nazis. Meanwhile, Russian daily Kommersant recounts how Kazakhstan has passed from one strongman to another.

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