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February 06, 2006

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» Why I am in prison from Babalu Blog
Fabio Prieto Llorente Many Cuban political prisoners, presumably, could have avoided their fate if they had just shut up. They could have continued on with their lives, if they had just avoided talking about the injustices of the dictatorship... [Read More]

» 70 young people arrested in Havana from Babalu Blog
As many as 70 young people were arrested Monday in Havana, for carrying signs with the word "Cambio," or change, according to Cuban Encuentro. They were taken to the police station at Zanja and Dragones, and as of Tuesday only... [Read More]

» Young Cubans arrested for protesting "elections" from Babalu Blog
Cuban Democratic Directorate has more on the arrests Sunday and Monday of several dozen young Cubans: A group of young Cubans were arrested on the morning of October 28th during a public demonstration of their disapproval of the Cuban regime’s... [Read More]

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