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Cuban Dissidents Out of Prison But Not Entirely Free

Most of the 53 Cuban prisoners released from jail under a historic U.S.-Cuba accord remain bound to the justice system under conditions that could easily return them to prison, dissident leaders say. While they doubt Cuba's communist government would risk its rapprochement with the United States by putting former prisoners back behind bars, they say the 53 released are not entirely free. "It was done with the sword of Damocles hanging over them," said Rafael Molina, a...

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