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A worker moves iron with a crane during repairs at the Brasil sugar processing plant in Jaronu, Cuba. The plant, launched in 1921, is getting a makeover and expected to be ready in time for the upcoming annual harvest and to start milling cane by February 2013. (Associated Press)
Photo by: Franklin Reyes
A worker moves iron with a crane during repairs at the Brasil sugar processing plant in Jaronu, Cuba. The plant, launched in 1921, is getting a makeover and expected to be ready in time for the upcoming annual harvest and to start milling cane by February 2013. (Associated Press)

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