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Some Reports from Cuba
first is a report from Friday night
Friday, 7pm - After camping out last night, today the marchers continued their trek
through the Santiago de Cuba Province -- the second most populated province in the
island of Cuba. Tonight they are staying in a hotel in Niceto Pérez. Tomorrow,
International Human Rights Day, the marchers plan to arrive in the city of
Guantánamo, about 12 miles from the detention centers. They plan to hold a press
conference at a soon to be determined time and location. Press - and only press
please - can arrange interviews, find more information, etc. by emailing
press(at)witnesstorture.org. Print quality photos are now available on this site,
and more are soon to follow. Journalists are free to run them with their stories.
Visit the photo gallery, click on the photo you want, and then, if you need a print
quality version, click "view original" under the photo.
Tomorrow (Saturday, December 10) is International Human Rights Day. People are
planning vigils across the United States and around the world to support human
rights and the Geneva Conventions and to end torture and illegal detentions.