The Washington Post
HAVANA - Cuban dissidents accused authorities Monday of a wave of arrests to prevent them from gathering to mark International Human Rights Day.
More than 100 government opponents were briefly detained and promptly sent back to their homes, human rights monitor Elizardo Sanchez said.
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