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April 14, 2011
Soldiers stand beside anti-aircraft launchers as helicopters fly over a street of Havana April 14, 2011...
Havana, Cuba
Soldiers stand beside anti-aircraft launchers as helicopters fly over street of Havana
Soldiers stand beside anti-aircraft launchers as helicopters fly over a street of Havana April 14, 2011 during a general rehearsal of a military parade scheduled for April 16 to mark the 1961 U.S-backed Bay of Pigs invasion that Cuba defeated. Cuba's ruling Communist Party meets on April 16 for a congress expected to introduce possible future leaders and endorse groundbreaking economic reforms in what is one of the world's last one-party communist states. The event, the most important since a Soviet-style system was formally adopted at the first party congress in 1975, could mark the beginning of the end of the long reign of leaders who have guided Cuba since the 1959 revolution and created the socialist model they now seek to preserve -- through reform. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
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