Above: Dissidents Sonia Garro Alfonso and Angel Yuniel Remon Arzuaga. Below: Dissidents Marcelino Abreu Borona and Juliet Michelena who were among the 53 dissidents released.
Above: Dissidents Sonia Garro Alfonso and Angel Yuniel Remon Arzuaga. Below: Dissidents Marcelino Abreu Borona and Juliet Michelena who were among the 53 dissidents released. Miami
Above: Dissidents Sonia Garro Alfonso and Angel Yuniel Remon Arzuaga. Below: Dissidents Marcelino Abreu Borona and Juliet Michelena who were among the 53 dissidents released. Miami

U.S. says Cuba has released all 53 political prisoners

January 12, 2015 7:00 AM

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