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A bomb blast near a hotel in Cuba has killed at least 22 people

A bomb blast near the Cuban capital, Havana, has killed at least 22 people. In addition, 60 more people were injured.

The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a hotel in Saratoga. The gas leak is thought to have caused the explosion. News Arab News.

The hotel was reduced to rubble by the blast. Police and fire service rescuers immediately launched an operation.

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Cuban President Miguel Diaz Canel visited the site. The Mexican foreign minister also expressed his condolences to the victims of the blast.

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