Members of the Cuban dissident group 'Ladies in White' hold images of late dissident Orlando Zapata Tamayo as supporters of Cuba's government chant revolutionary slogans on the first anniversary of Zapata's death in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011. Tamayo died Feb. 23, 2010 after an 83-day hunger strike while he was imprisoned for disrespecting authority. Ladies in White is a group of relatives of Cuban dissidents who were or are still imprisoned.
Members of the Cuban dissident group 'Ladies in White' hold images of late dissident Orlando Zapata Tamayo as supporters of Cuba's government chant revolutionary slogans on the first anniversary of Zapata's death in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011. Tamayo died Feb. 23, 2010 after an 83-day hunger strike while he was imprisoned for disrespecting authority. Ladies in White is a group of relatives of Cuban dissidents who were or are still imprisoned. Javier Galeano AP
Members of the Cuban dissident group 'Ladies in White' hold images of late dissident Orlando Zapata Tamayo as supporters of Cuba's government chant revolutionary slogans on the first anniversary of Zapata's death in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011. Tamayo died Feb. 23, 2010 after an 83-day hunger strike while he was imprisoned for disrespecting authority. Ladies in White is a group of relatives of Cuban dissidents who were or are still imprisoned. Javier Galeano AP

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