Irma Aftermath.Cuba.RamonEspinosa.AP

People lined up Monday for drinking water in Isabela de Sagua, Cuba, after Hurricane Irma, then a Category 5 storm, raked coastal cities from Baracoa to Havana, killing ten, knocking out power, ripping off roofs, collapsing buildings and causing floods. The government said its top priorities were restoring electricity, repairing waterworks and reopening the schools; José Martí Airport in Havana reopened Tuesday. The Miami Herald reported that many people were anxious to get their phones recharged so they could check in with relatives in the United States. (Ramon Espinosa/Associated Press)

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