VIRTUAL EVENTS IN CYBERSPACE
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V-Protest in Solidarity with Political Prisoners in Iran. Gather outside Evin Prison, Tehran.
An estimated 50,000 relatives of political dissidents are held in Camp 22. The North Korean government denies its existence.
Protesta Virtual – Plaza Altamira en Caracas por los presos políticos Venezolanos.
Protesta Virtual en la original Plaza Cívica (nombrada Plaza de la Revolución por Castro) por los DDHH, Damas de Blanco y Presos Políticos de Cuba.
Virtual Protest in Civica Square (Castro’s Revolution Square) in Havana, Cuba to support the White Ladies civil activists and the political prisoners of Cuba.
The lives of Iranian dissidents in Japan are at stake. Jamal Saberi was freed in August 2010 after a sustained campaign, what about the others?
- Who Are Iran’s Political Prisoners? – Roxana Saberi (1millionvoices.wordpress.com)
- Cuba Releases Over 2,500 Prisoners (huffingtonpost.com)
- Cuba’s ‘Ladies’ mark human rights day amid protest (seattletimes.nwsource.com)