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Freed by Cuba, dissident couple doubt quick changes

Havana - A couple who were among 53 political prisoners Cuba freed under a US detente deal thanked Washington on Tuesday but voiced doubts of seeing immediate changes on the communist island.

Cuba frees 53 political prisoners as agreed in US deal

Washington - Cuba has released all 53 of the political prisoners it agreed to free in last month's normalization deal with the United States, the US State Department said Monday.

Dissident poet Josef Škvorecký had died in Canada

Toronto - The Czech dissident poet and author Josef Škvorecký has died in Canada aged 87. Škvorecký had resided in Canada since fleeing the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.

Op-Ed: 'Dissident Assange' and the fall of the secrecy wall

The Wikileaks disclosure scandal has set off an unpredictable chain of events, which recalls the days of the fall of the Berlin Wall and communism's demise.

Op-Ed: Political Dissidents Already Missing President Bush

At a conference for dissidents held by the Bush Institute last week that was barely reported on by the media, many dissidents had kind words for Bush but some rather stinging rebukes for Obama. A new Wall Street Journal oped sums it all up: Miss Me Yet?

Iran's censorship policies turn Internet into 'filter-net'

After the recent protests in Iran, during which members of the opposition made much use of the Internet, the regime in Iran has cracked down on free Internet access, so much that dissidents now call it a 'filternet'.

Two British Soldiers Killed by Suspected IRA Dissidents

In Antrim, two men armed with assault rifles opened fire on the British soldiers at the entrance to the Massereene army barracks.

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