Cuba: Newly declared prisoners of conscience
In June 2003 Amnesty International declared 75 new Cuban prisoners of conscience after they were detained in a massive government crackdown on dissent which began on 18 March 2003. This brief report gives an account of the charges and arrests of four new prisoners of conscience.
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