In Cuba, pro-democracy leaders are languishing in political prisons and dying in hunger strikes, as their wives, mothers and daughters ("Ladies in White") are violently assaulted for demanding their freedom.
In the Cuban diaspora and international community, hundreds of thousands are gathering in acts of human solidarity with these courageous advocates.
Meanwhile, in Cancun, Castro regime officials, U.S. travel industry executives and U.S. Senator Byron Dorgan of North Dakota (via teleconference), shamelessly gathered to discuss how to double the Cuban dictatorship's GDP, while turning a blind eye to its brutal repression.
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