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'Cuban Five' of 1998 Remain in U.S. Prison

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'Cuban Five' of 1998 Remain in U.S. Prison

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'Cuban Five' of 1998 Remain in U.S. Prison

'Cuban Five' of 1998 Remain in U.S. Prison

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In Havana, they're called the Cuban Five — a group of men arrested in south Florida nearly 10 years ago. Cuba maintains that they were gathering information on right-wing Cuban-American groups known to carry out violent attacks on Cuba. The U.S. calls them spies.

Cuba wants their convictions and lengthy prison terms overturned.