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US Contractor Held in Cuba Begins a Hunger Strike
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Alan Gross, a former contractor for the United States Agency for International Development who has been imprisoned in Cuba for four years, plans to announce today that he has begun a hunger strike to help him win his freedom, …


US Contractor Held in Cuba Begins a Hunger Strike
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Alan Gross, a former contractor for the United States Agency for International Development who has been imprisoned in Cuba for four years, plans to announce today that he has begun a hunger strike to help him win his freedom, ...

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