‘Thousands of Moments of Silence’: Cuba Bans Music, Alcohol, Public Mirth for 9 Days

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Children pay their last respects to Cuban revolutionary icon Fidel Castro in Bayamo, Granma province, on November 28, 2016.
A titan of the 20th century who beat the odds to endure into the 21st, Castro died late Friday after surviving 11 US administrations and hundreds of assassination attempts. No cause of death was given. Castro's ashes will go on a four-day island-wide procession starting Wednesday before being buried in the southeastern city of Santiago de Cuba on December 4. / AFP / STR        (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
The Cuban communist regime has imposed a nine-day mourning period following the death of dictator Fidel Castro, banning the public sales of alcohol, playing music, or “public spectacles.”
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