The Institute for the Study of the Americas at the University of North Caroline, in Chapel Hill, will host two forums October 24 in solidarity with the four Cuban anti-terrorist fighters held in US jails since 1998
US historian and analyst James Cockroft said that it is shameful for the US legal system the fact that four of five Cuban antiterrorist fighters are still being held in prisons of that country, 15 years after their arrest in 1998, in Miami
Over one hundred activists gathered Tuesday in front of the US diplomatic mission in the Ecuadorian capital Quito to urge Washington to release the four Cuban anti-terrorist fighters that have been held in US prisons for over 15 years now
The mayor of the city of Richmond, California, Gaile McLaughlin, championed on Tuesday more international solidarity with the four Cubans that are still incarcerated in the United States for fighting terrorism
Stephen Kimber, author of the book What Lies across the Water: the Real Story of the Cuban Five, revealed on Tuesday that the WLRN, affiliated to the National Public Radio of Miami, canceled an interview with him for considering his book “too polemic”
A U.S. Federal Court ordered the State Department to hand over materials on the payment to journalists that acted to the detriment of the five Cuban antiterrorists incarcerated in that country since 1998
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