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Sail to Cuba to Close Guantánamo

5,000 Sail to Cuba to Close Guantánamo

Just over a week on from the 5th anniversary of the first transfers to the US prison camp at Guantánamo, over 5,000 people from more than 90 countries have set off on a virtual voyage to the US detention centre. The travellers are taking part in AI’s latest online campaign to persuade the US government […]

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Nowadays both Lenin and Lennon are commemorated in statue in Havana. It’s perhaps not surprising; after all, music and politics are synonymous with Cuba and its famous capital. Cuba may be one of the last bastions of Communism, but Castro’s twilight years have seen the Caribbean island adopt a more friendly face after its long, […]

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