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Laura Pollan speaks with hospitalized dissident Guillermo Farinas on the phone after Cuba's Roman Catholic Church said that the government has agreed to free 52 political prisoners and allow them to leave the country in Havana on Wednesday, July 7, 2010. Ms. Pollan is the leader of Ladies in White, an organization made up of wives and mothers of political prisoners, and her husband Hector Maseda is one of the 52 people expected to be released. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)
Photo by: Franklin Reyes
Laura Pollan speaks with hospitalized dissident Guillermo Farinas on the phone after Cuba's Roman Catholic Church said that the government has agreed to free 52 political prisoners and allow them to leave the country in Havana on Wednesday, July 7, 2010. Ms. Pollan is the leader of Ladies in White, an organization made up of wives and mothers of political prisoners, and her husband Hector Maseda is one of the 52 people expected to be released. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

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