Spain says Cuba Ends Political Prisoner Releases

HAVANA TIMES, April 8 — The Cuban government concluded the process of releasing political prisoners begun in 2010, after 115 opposition members were freed, among them 52 of the ones convicted in 2003, the Spanish Foreign Ministry reported in a communiqué. Out of that group, only a dozen decided to remain on the island, while the rest travelled to the European country, reported IPS.