Gerardo Hernandez, right, a member of “The Cuban Five,” touches the belly of his pregnant wife, Adriana Perez, during a concert in Havana on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014. The pregnancy came through artificial insemination while Hernandez was being held in the U.S.
Gerardo Hernandez, right, a member of “The Cuban Five,” touches the belly of his pregnant wife, Adriana Perez, during a concert in Havana on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014. The pregnancy came through artificial insemination while Hernandez was being held in the U.S. Ramon Espinosa AP
Gerardo Hernandez, right, a member of “The Cuban Five,” touches the belly of his pregnant wife, Adriana Perez, during a concert in Havana on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014. The pregnancy came through artificial insemination while Hernandez was being held in the U.S. Ramon Espinosa AP

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