HAVANA, Nov. 17 – Jurists from around 20 countries will analyze the case of the Cuban Five imprisoned in the United States charged with conspiracy to commit espionage, during the 10th International Meeting of Penal Sciences, which will begin next November 23 in the Cuban capital, Miguel Angel García, coordinator of the event’s Organizing Committee, announced. The island’s authorities consider the Cuban Five as heroes of the fight against terrorism and demand that US President Barack Obama order their release, reported IPS.
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