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By Anthony Boadle HAVANA (Reuters) - In the foothills of Cuba's rugged Sierra Maestra mountains, where President Fidel Castro launched his armed revolution half a century ago, life appears frozen in time. Cars are scarce. Horse and buggy are still the best way to get around, other than by bicycle, foot or the back of a Soviet-era truck. Oxen pull plows through fields and many peasant families live in traditional thatched wooden huts in the region some 500 miles east of Havana....
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