Camila Vallejo, elected deputy of Chile in November 2013, sent US President Barack Obama a letter urging him to release the three Cuban anti-terrorist fighters held in US prisons since 1998.
Parliamentarians from a dozen of countries, religious leaders, lawyers, public officials, artists, activists and other personalities are gathering in Washington DC for the 3rd Campaign in Solidarity with the five Cuba anti-terrorist fighters
Fernando Gonzalez highlighted the significance of the international solidarity campaign for the release of his three compatriots still held in US jails
A solidarity action with Cuba and the anti-terrorist fighters still held in US prisons will take place on the evening of May 24 in Chicago, Illinois
The Cuban Five: Obama and the Choice of Injustice is the title of a documentary film recently premiered at the headquarters of the France-Cuba Solidarity Organization
Portugal General Workers’ Confederation urged US president Barack Obama to release the three antiterrorist Cubans who are still serving prison sentences in the United States
The Five Cuban antiterrorists arrested in the U.S. in 1998 were the winners of the Annual Human Rights Prize of Global Exchange, in the category of Prize Selected by People, as announced on Friday in the United States
Fernando Gonzalez, one of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters, who were imprisoned in US jails in 1998, asked for actions to make the return of his three compatriots, still held in US prisons, a reality as soon as possible.
The manipulation and politicization of the case of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters, who were given extremely long and unfair prison sentences in the United States were exposed by the lawyer Nuris Piñero.