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GENEVA (11 January 2021) – UN human rights experts* today appealed to the new U.S. Administration to immediately close the Guantánamo Bay detention centre, saying the remaining detainees risk death from rapidly deteriorating health by old age and mental and physical harm suffered in cruel and inhuman conditions of imprisonment.

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Cuba Money Project – Following the trail of U.S. tax dollars in Cuba

By Treace Eaton

The State Department is offering up to $1 million for programs that would boost “civil, political, religious, and labor rights in Cuba.”

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CoreCivic, a private prison company, mostly houses migrants under the custody of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Refugees say protest against risk of Covid-19 was violently suppressed at New Mexico facility run by private firm CoreCivic

This story is published in collaboration with Searchlight New Mexico

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The State Department is offering up to $2 million to organizations that will promote human rights in Cuba.

An award announcement stated:

“Proposals should offer a specific vision for contributing to change while acknowledging and developing contingencies for challenges to program implementation.” (más…)

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