Students stand outside a building to find an Internet signal for their phones in Havana. In programs revealed by the Associated Press, USAID secretly created a social media program called ZunZuneo, staged a health workshop to recruit activists and infiltrated Cuba’s hip-hop community.
Students stand outside a building to find an Internet signal for their phones in Havana. In programs revealed by the Associated Press, USAID secretly created a social media program called ZunZuneo, staged a health workshop to recruit activists and infiltrated Cuba’s hip-hop community. Ramon Espinosa AP
Students stand outside a building to find an Internet signal for their phones in Havana. In programs revealed by the Associated Press, USAID secretly created a social media program called ZunZuneo, staged a health workshop to recruit activists and infiltrated Cuba’s hip-hop community. Ramon Espinosa AP

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