- AP photographer Ramon Espinosa was left bloodied after an altercation with police during protests in Cuba.
- Photos show him surrounded by a group of people, and later with blood dripping down his face.
- Thousands in Cuba are protesting Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel's government.
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Photos from a protest against Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel in Havana show an Associated Press photojournalist being attacked by Cuban police while covering the protest.
AP photographer Ramon Espinosa can be seen in a photo taken by AFP photographer Adalberto Roque on Sunday struggling with a police officer while surrounded by a group of people.
Another photo, also taken by Roque, showed Espinosa with injuries covering his face and a camera still in his hand. Roque wrote that Espinosa was "attacked" by police during the demonstrations.
Editor's Note: This story contains graphic imagery that some readers may find upsetting.
Thousands of Cubans are protesting against Diaz-Canel and the country's government on Sunday, with many chanting "Freedom," "Enough" and "Unite," the Associated Press reported.