People in Cuba are clearing up after Hurricane Sandy

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Cubans are assessing the damage after hurricane Sandy hit the south-east of the country, carrying sustained winds of 175km/h (110mph).

The towns and cities on the east of the island have been badly hit, as the BBC's Will Grant reports from Havana.

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