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One of Cuba’s leading dissidents, Oswaldo Payá was killed in a car accident in July 2012. The car’s driver now says the vehicle carrying Payá was rammed from behind by a vehicle with government license plates.
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Oswaldo Payá’s death in Cuba two years ago still awaits a proper investigation.
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Spanish court dismissed a complaint from Oswaldo Payá’s family.
Oswaldo Payá’s death goes ignored.
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A Cuban dissident’s death deserves a full investigation, with U.S. support.
In a Q&A, Ángel Carromero recalls the actions of Cuban officials in the death of dissident Oswaldo Payá.
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