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Este domingo fueron detenidas más de 60 Damas de Blanco por agentes de la Seguridad del Estado en La Habana, Matanzas, Santa Clara y Ciego de Ávila, según denunciaron a DIARIO DE CUBA fuentes de la disidencia interna.

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La Dama de Blanco María Cristina Labrada y el exprisionero político, miembro del Grupo de los 75, Ángel Moya fueron detenidos este jueves en La Habana por fuerzas de la Seguridad del Estado y la Policía al salir de sus respectivas casas.

Angel Moya fue detenido sobre las 9:30 de la mañana al salir de la sede del movimiento femenino, fue interceptado en la calzada, informó la líder Berta Soler.

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"Hemos comenzado el año con represión. Una vez más el régimen impidió nuestra salida a la calle e imposibilitó que asistiéramos a la misa por la paz este 1 de enero en la Catedral. Otra vez nos impiden que podamos ejercer nuestras libertades", denunció Berta Soler, líder de las Damas de Blanco, a DIARIO DE CUBA.

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El régimen habría impedido a Damas de Blanco y activistas asistir este viernes a la misa por la paz en la Catedral de La Habana, informaron a DIARIO DE CUBA miembros de la oposición interna.

Según Antonio G. Rodiles, uno de los coordinadores del Foro por los Derechos y Libertades (ForoDyL), Berta Soler, líder de las Damas de Blanco, y su esposo, el exprisionero de conciencia del Grupo de los 75 Ángel Moya, habrían sido detenidos al salir de su casa en Alamar.

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14ymedio, Havana, 15 December 2016 –The leader of the Ladies in White, Berta Soler, was arrested Thursday in the morning when she was about to leave the headquarters of the organization in the neighborhood of Lawton, Havana, in order to connect to the Internet. Angel Moya, a former prisoner of the Cause of 75 from the … Continue reading "Threats and Arrests if Dissidents Continue in Cuba / 14ymedio" Continue reading

Berta Soler, líder de las Damas de Blanco, fue detenida este jueves a la salida de la sede de la organización en Lawton, La Habana, y se encuentra desaparecida, confirmó a DIARIO DE CUBA su esposo el exprisionero político Ángel Moya.

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El régimen detuvo este domingo en La Habana a diez Damas de Blanco y a dos opositores al salir de la sede del grupo opositor. Los activistas intentaban realizar la habitual marcha de la campaña #TodosMarchamos, informó a DIARIO DE CUBA la Dama de Blanco Luisa Ramona Toscano.

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Vuelven tiempos difíciles para la oposición, y vuelven con impunidad para el régimen, han coincidido en señalar miembros de la sociedad civil consultados por DIARIO DE CUBA tras una semana de intensa represión y operativos violentos "a la medida", como el organizado contra el independiente Centro de Información Legal (Cubalex).

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La líder de las Damas de Blanco, Berta Soler, fue liberada el lunes después de haber estado detenida durante 25 horas en la unidad de la Policía de Alamar, tras haber sido arrestada junto a varios activistas al salir de la sede de las Damas de Blanco en Lawton durante el domingo 71 represivo de la campaña #TodosMarchamos.

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La líder de las Damas de Blanco, Berta Soler, permanecía este lunes detenida después de ser arrestada el domingo a las dos de la tarde, denunciaron a DIARIO DE CUBA activistas del grupo opositor. Su esposo, el exprisionero Ángel Moya, también continuaba arrestado. Soler tenía previsto "viajar a un encuentro a Estados Unidos" este lunes, explicó la Dama de Blanco Luisa Ramona Toscano. 

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14ymedio, Havana, 6 September 2016 — Cuban dissident Guillermo Farinas, after 47 days on a hunger and thirst strike, was transferred on Monday afternoon to Arnaldo Milian Castro Provincial Hospital. The dissident was discharged hours later because doctors felt that he did not meet the “entry criteria for intensive care,” he told 14ymedio activist Jorge Luis Artiles Montiel. … Continue reading "Guillermo Fariñas Returns Home After Hospital Visit For Fainting / 14ymedio" Continue reading

La líder de las Damas de Blanco, Berta Soler, ha sido retenida en el aeropuerto de La Habana a su regreso de Birmania, sometida al registro "dirigido" de su equipaje y más tarde conducida a la unidad de la Policía de Boyeros, según informó su esposo, el exprisionero político Ángel Moya.

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Autoridades de Inmigración informaron este martes a José Daniel Ferrer García, líder de la Unión Patriótica de Cuba (UNPACU), que podrá viajar al exterior "por una sola vez", confirmó el opositor a DIARIO DE CUBA.

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La mayoría de los 53 presos excarcelados en Cuba tras un histórico acuerdo entre Washington y La Habana abandonaron la prisión bajo condiciones que los mantienen en riesgo de volver a ser detenidos, advirtieron líderes de la disidencia, informa Reuters.

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La Dama de Blanco Haydeé Gallardo Salazar y a su esposo, Ángel Figueredo Castellón, fueron liberados bajo fianza este jueves por la tarde en La Habana, después de las autoridades suspendieran sin explicaciones el juicio previsto para el mismo día por supuesto "desacato", confirmó a DIARIO DE CUBA la líder del grupo femenino, Berta Soler.

La fianza impuesta a Gallardo Salazar y Figueredo Castellón fue de 200 pesos (cada uno), detalló Soler.

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Berta Soler, líder de las Damas de Blanco, y su esposo, el expreso político Ángel Moya, fueron detenidos este jueves en La Habana, informó en Twitter el activista Iván Hernández Carrillo.

"Berta Soler y Ángel Moya fueron arrestados en uno de los edificios adyacentes a la Oficina de Intereses de los Estados Unidos en La Habana", denunció el expreso político.

Los activistas fueron esposados e introducidos en un auto patrullero "encerrados al sol" y sin aire acondicionado.

El arresto se produjo en las inmediaciones de la Oficina de Intereses de Estados Unidos.

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La líder de las Damas de Blanco, Berta Soler, los exprisioneros políticos José Daniel Ferrer y Ángel Moya, y otros activistas, fueron detenidos en diferentes operativos La Habana y Santiago de Cuba, aparentemente destinados a impedir que realizaran actividades para los niños por el Día de los Reyes, informaron fuentes de la disidencia interna.

Las Damas de Blanco, siguiendo la tradición iniciada por su fallecida líder Laura Pollán, habían organizado para este sábado una actividad para los hijos de presos políticos y otros niños, en su sede en La Habana.

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Matanzas, Santiago de Cuba and other provinces were the scene of more police violence against the Ladies in White and other dissidents when they assisted Mass this Sunday, August 25th.  This repression has been consecutive for more than one month. At around 8 AM, former political prisoner Ivan Hernández Carrillo used his Twitter account (@ivanlibre) […] Continue reading
After four weekends of unmeasurable violence against the Ladies in White and other dissidents in the cities of Cardenas and Colon in the province of Matanzas, Berta Soler – leader of the Ladies in White – traveled to Cardenas this Sunday, August 11th, to march together with the women being repressed, demanding freedom for all […] Continue reading
State Security and other police sectors of the Cuban regime repeated their violent actions against a number of Ladies in White and male dissidents in the province of Matanzas this Sunday, July 21st, mainly in the cities of Colon and Cardenas.  The news arrived just one week after similar violence on July 14th and after […] Continue reading
Despite a propaganda-based campaign by the Cuban dictatorship against the Ladies in White in recent days, this 30th of June – the last day of the month – these women managed to march and assist Mass in different areas of the country, demanding freedom for all those Cubans who reside behind bars for thinking differently. […] Continue reading
As occurs each Sunday, dozens of Ladies in White took to the streets of their respective cities this June 9th to participate in Mass and pray for the freedom of all political prisoners and later carry out civic marches carrying flowers and photos of some prisoners. In the Cuban capital- Havana- 76 Ladies in White […] Continue reading
Wearing flags with the image of the Virgin of Charity which were donated during her visit to the Ermita de la Caridad in Miami, Berta Soler led the march of the Ladies in White in Cuba’s capital, Havana, this past Sunday June 2nd.  The women marched throughout the country, despite the presence of the political […] Continue reading
Angel Moya Acosta, former political prisoner of conscience and husband of Berta Soler, representative of the Ladies in White, has published a video on his YouTube channel of Soler’s return to the island after she had been traveling abroad for a couple of months for the first time ever, denouncing the Cuban reality. In the […] Continue reading
After her first trip ever outside of Cuba to denounce the reality faced by those who defend freedom in the country, Berta Soler, the representative of the Ladies in White, has returned to the island this Monday, 27th of May. Soler was received by her two children and her husband, dissident leader and former political […] Continue reading
As was recently reported, Ladies in White marched throughout the island this past 12th of May- Mother’s Day.  In Havana, they dedicated their march to Laura Pollan Toledo, leader of the group who died in 2011 in extremely strange and mysterious circumstances.  Her daughter, Laura Labrada Pollan, read some emotional words in her memory.  The […] Continue reading
The Ladies in White marched through the streets of Cuba this Sunday, May 12th, in honor of Mother’s Day, sending out greetings to Cuban women around the world, as well as a special tribute to Laura Pollan Toledo, deceased founder of the group.  It was confirmed that some women suffered reprisals at the hands of […] Continue reading
More activists keep joining the massive hunger strike encompassing more than 60 people throughout Eastern Cuba, demanding the release of detained dissident Luis Enrique Lozada Igarza, while the other strikers who have already been refusing to eat for more than 3 weeks maintain their protest, which has led to the deterioration of their health.  The [...] Continue reading
A number of Ladies in White were violently attacked and arrested by agents of the Cuban dictatorship this Sunday, April 28th, as they tried to assist Mass to pray for the freedom of Cuba. One of the women who suffered the worst beatings was Belkis Cantillo Ramírez, representative of the group for the province of [...] Continue reading
Dozens of members of the Ladies in White assisted Mass this Sunday, April 21st, despite numerous cordons set up by the political police.  The women prayed for the freedom of all political prisoners as they habitually do, and also in solidarity with victims of violence in Cuba, like the 40 hunger strikers of the Patriotic [...] Continue reading
Each Sunday various arrests of Ladies in White in different parts of Cuba are reported, but this 7th of April, the first Sunday of the month, a group of 60 women were detained by the political police in the province of Santiago de Cuba, simply for trying to make it to Mass. Regardless, members of [...] Continue reading
Numerous Ladies in White defied police operations and marched throughout Cuba this Easter Sunday, March 31st, to mark the religious date and also to celebrate the 10th anniversary in which they were founded as a movement composed by the mothers, wives, daughters, sisters, aunts and other relatives of the political prisoners rounded up and jailed [...] Continue reading
This Sunday, March 24th 2013- Palm Sunday- Ladies in White marched to their respective churches throughout the country as they do each week to pray for the liberation of all political prisoners.  However, the religious date did not keep the political police from carrying out a number of arrests of these women.   20 dissidents [...] Continue reading
In a conference in Spain this Tuesday, March 12th, a defender of the Cuban dictatorship interrupted a speech by Berta Soler, leader of the Ladies in White, while others protested with a sign defending the revolution and with the image of Che Guevara, shouting insults to those present such as “parasites” and “fascists”. In response [...] Continue reading
Berta Soler, the national representative of the Ladies in White, boarded a plane to travel outside her country for the first time ever, with destination to Spain, this Sunday March 10th, to participate in a conference organized by the exiled representatives of the mentioned female dissident group. Her husband, renowned activist and former political prisoner [...] Continue reading
After a week of arbitrary arrests, beatings, and deportations, the Ladies in White have once again made it clear that Sundays are sacred for them, as they have chosen to not abandon their marches to Mass throughout the country, despite any types of consequences.  This 17th of February, various women were reportedly detained by the [...] Continue reading
Closed streets, diverted traffic, countless police vehicles, agents dressed in civilian clothing, and a wave of arrests.  That was how the operation of the Cuban regime against the Ladies in White looked like this Wednesday, February 13th, when women from throughout all the provinces of the country set out towards their national headquarters in Havana [...] Continue reading
The Ladies in White kicked off 2013 the same way they finished 2012: out on the streets, flowers in hand, demanding freedom for all political prisoners and, in sum, for Cuba. According to a series of Twitter messages published by former political prisoner of conscience Ivan Hernandez Carrillo (@ivanlibre), 44 of these women carried out [...] Continue reading
The Arab news station “Al Jazeera” has produced an excellent documentary about the Ladies in White and the civic opposition in Cuba, simply titled “Cuba’s Ladies in White”. In my opinion, the documentary does a great job at highlighting what it’s like to be a dissident in Cuba- the vigilance, the arrests, the hidden microphones, [...] Continue reading
State Security informants, as well as agents of the same repressive organism, among others, have been keeping a tight vigilance over every step of the coordinator of the Democratic Freedom Movement for Cuba and former political prisoner Angel Moya Acosta in his home city of Pedro Betancourt, in the province of Matanzas, ever since the [...] Continue reading
DDC La Habana El exprisionero político del Grupo de los 75 Ángel Moya fue detenido este miércoles por la mañana en Pedro Betancourt, M... Continue reading
“I want to thank the people from the town of Pedro   Betancourt for the support they have given us and I ask God that He bless them all”. That was the expression of Caridad Gonzalez Gonzalez in reference to the residents of that city in Matanzas province who rebelled against the Cuban regime’s mobs [...] Continue reading