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Cuba heads to polls
A long voting process, where candidates are selected for a national legislature that, authorities say, will eventually elect Cuba's next president is underway.
A woman and man stand on the sidewalk as kids sharing a pair of boxing gloves walk home as they practice punches after working out at a gym in Old Havana, Cuba, Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. On Sunday, Cubans will cast ballots to choose among candidates for municipal assemblies that administer local governments and relay complaints on issues such as potholes and housing, social and sports programs. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)