Today marks 40 years since the bombing of Cuban Airline Flight 455 off the coast of Barbados.
All 73 people on board died when two bombs exploded 11 minutes after now take-off from the then Seawell Airport, now Grantley Adams International Airport.
Today Government officials, members of the Cuban community, and families and friends of the victims gathered in Paynes Bay to pay tribute to the deceased, at the monument erected in their honour.
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