Pictures of the Week: March 28 — April 4

Fifth grade student at the Enrique Villuendas Primary School, Erika Kina, poses in her princess costume in Havana
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April 4, 2014. Fifth grade student at the Enrique Villuendas Primary School, Erika Kina, 10, poses in her princess costume as her school celebrates the 52nd anniversary of the Young Communist League (UJC) and the 53rd anniversary of the Jose Marti Pioneers Organization (OPJM) in Havana, Cuba.

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