Cuba explosion: last body recovered from Havana hotel ruin, taking toll to 45

Rescuers believe no more victims in debris of the Saratoga after blast that also badly damaged Cuba’s most important Baptist church

Cuban rescue workers have recovered the body of the 45th and last person believed missing after an explosion blew the sides off a luxury hotel in historic Havana.

The blast on 6 May at the five-star Hotel Saratoga – a block from the city’s famous Capitol building, in a renovated area of Havana popular with tourists – left more than 100 people trapped, killed or injured. Fifteen remain hospitalised.

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