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Cuban protest group leader gets passport to travel

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HAVANA (AP) — Cuban authorities granted a passport Friday to the leader of a protest group that received the European Union's top human rights prize in 2005, even as another, lesser-known dissident reported being told she will not be allowed to leave the country. Berta Soler, the most prominent member of the Ladies in White, picked up her new passport in the morning and said she plans to make...

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