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Female relatives of former prisoners of conscience, and their supporters, have been prevented since mid-July from carrying out a weekly peaceful protest calling ...
Urgent Action AMR 25/003/2011
The "Ladies in White," an unofficial network of women protesters in Cuba, face ongoing intimidation from the authorities.
Amnesty International is seriously concerned over the death of Juan Wilfredo Soto García, who died in hospital on 8 May 2011 in the Cuban city of Santa Clara, three ...
Medical Action AMR 25/002/2011
The first four months of 2011 witnessed an unprecedented surge of ordinary people speaking up for their rights and demanding change. But the authorities' repressive ...
PressItem POL 10/008/2011
Authorities urged not to force activists into exile after José Ferrer and Félix Navarro, the final two from a group of 75 detained in March 2003, were freed.
In response to news that the Cuban authorities will release the last remaining activists from the group of 75 detained in March 2003, Amnesty International's expert ...
Cuba is still stifling freedom of expression despite high profile prisoner releases, continuing to harass, arrest and intimidate hundreds of activists.
Activist Néstor Rodríguez Lobaina was detained for his human rights work three months ago and is set to face trial at the end of March.
Amnesty International has called on the Cuban authorities to release an activist on hunger strike who was detained for his human rights work three months ago and ...
On 18 February 2011 Reina Luisa Tamayo, and her husband José Ortiz, were arrested and detained for 12 hours by state security agents. Reina Tamayo is the mother ...
Urgent Action AMR 25/001/2011