Cuban police arrested model Helena Houdova for taking photographs in a slum. They held her and a companion for 11 hours and did not allow them to call the Czech embassy. They released Houdova after she signed a letter vowing not to commit "counter-revolutionary" acts and warned her not to leave Havana until her departure from Cuba.
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