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A woman stares at her partner on a tablet during a videocall in Plaza Carillo, Trinidad de Cuba on the afternoon of 26 December 2015. For the first time since the arrive of wi-fi in the last few months, Cuban have seen their loved ones for the first time. Videocall services as Skype and Facetime are blocked by the government; most Cubans use an app called IMO to connect with relatives and friend living abroad, mainly in Florida, Venezuela and Spain. This woman was aware of the photographer, but she continued on her call. This photo was not staged.