Cuba restores oldest Jewish cemetery as Havana is spruced up

CORRECTS THE NAME OF THE WAR - The portrait of a young Cuban soldier who died fighting in The Korean War decorates his tomb at a Jewish cemetery in Guanabacoa, eastern Havana, Cuba, June 7, 2019. Many Jewish families left the country after the 1959 revolution, leaving behind their dead in accordance with Jewish custom that prohibits bodies from being exhumed unless they are taken to Israel.

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