South African Leader Demands Release of Cuban Antiterrorists Imprisoned in the US

The General Secretary of the African National Congress (ANC), Gwede Mantache, condemned the almost 50-year-old US blockade of Cuba and demanded the immediate release of five Cuban antiterrorist fighters who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States since 1998 for monitoring Florida-based extreme right groups that were planning and carrying out terrorist actions against the Caribbean nation

Thousands of Postcards Sent to Barack Obama Demanding Release of the Cuban Five

The International Free the Five Committee in the United States announced on Wednesday in Washington that US President Barack Obama has received thousands of postcards demanding the release of five Cuban antiterrorists who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States since 1998

Cuban Antiterrorists Thank Bolivians’ Solidarity

The five Cuban antiterrorist fighters who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States since 1998 thanked the Bolivian people for an ongoing campaign in solidarity with their cause in the Andean country

Injustice against the Five by the US Criticized in Argentina

The injustice committed by the United States against five Cuban antiterrorists was criticized during a meeting in Argentina, held to mark the 50th anniversary of the most famous image of Ernesto (Che) Guevara, taken by late Cuban photographer Alberto Korda

Mirtha Rodriguez Highlights the Gallantry and Hope of the Cuban Five

Mirtha Rodriguez, the mother of Antonio Guerrero, one of the five Cubans incarcerated in the United States for over ten years now, highlighted on Thursday the gallantry of the antiterrorists and their hope for justice to be done

Magali Llort Receives Resolution by the Dominican Congress

Magali Llort, the mother of Fernando Gonzalez, received on Wednesday in Santo Domingo the original of the Resolution issued by the Chamber of Deputies of the Dominican Republic to demand the release from prison of the Cuban Five -Fernando, Antonio Guerrero, Rene Gonzalez, Ramon Labañino and Gerardo Hernandez

Unfair Imprisonment of the Cuban Five Condemned in India and Nigeria

The unfair incarceration in the United States of five Cuban antiterrorists was condemned in an article written for a publication in India, and also by Nigerian parliamentarians

Unfair Imprisonment of the Cuban Five Continues to be Denounced

New expressions of solidarity with the five Cuban antiterrorists unfairly incarcerated in the United States were made in El Salvador, Japan and Tunisia, the Cuban Foreign Ministry’s web site reports

Asia and Oceania Organizations Demand Release of Cuban Five

Representatives of friendship-with-Cuba organizations from 22 Asia and Oceania countries urged US President Barack Obama to use his presidential prerogatives to have five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters imprisoned in his country released

Magali Llort to Demand in the Dominican Republic the Release from Prison of the Cuban Five

The forum for the release from prison of the five Cuban heroes incarcerated in the United States that will begin on March 22 in Santo Domingo will be attended by Magaly Llort, the mother of Fernando Gonzalez


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