Cuba’s president says government has some blame for protests


              Special forces police patrol past the Riviera hotel in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, days after protests. Demonstrators voiced grievances on Sunday against goods shortages, rising prices and power cuts, and some called for a change of government. (AP Photo/Eliana Aponte)
            
              Men use a pre-paid public wifi connection on their cell phones next to a park that's popular for connectivity, which costs money, in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, July 14, 2021. The government responded to Sunday’s antigovernment protests by shutting down internet and mobile data services by the state-run phone monopoly, effectively cutting off social media. (AP Photo/Eliana Aponte)
            
              People use their cell phones where a pre-paid public wifi connection is working near the Malecon seawall in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, July 14, 2021. The government responded to Sunday’s antigovernment protests by shutting down internet and mobile data services by the state-run phone monopoly, effectively cutting off social media. (AP Photo/Eliana Aponte)
            
              A truck of special forces police sits parked outside National Capitol building in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, days after protests. Demonstrators voiced grievances on Sunday against goods shortages, rising prices and power cuts, and some called for a change of government. (AP Photo/Eliana Aponte)
            
              Women make a video call using a pre-paid, public wifi connection near a park that's popular for connectivity in downtown Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, July 14, 2021, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The government responded to Sunday's antigovernment protests by shutting down internet and mobile data services by the state-run phone monopoly, effectively cutting off social media. (AP Photo/Eliana Aponte)
            
              Police stand guard near the National Capitol building in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, days after protests. Demonstrators voiced grievances on Sunday against goods shortages, rising prices and power cuts, and some called for a change of government. (AP Photo/Eliana Aponte)