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2011 Releases Pertaining to Cuba



-12/24/11  Cuban Prisoner Release Announcement; Acting Spokesperson Mark C. Toner, Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-12/14/11  The Cuban Government Should Respect Human Rights Week Activities; Department Spokesperson Victoria Nuland, Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-12/02/11  Two-Year Mark of the Continued Incarceration of Alan Gross; Deputy Spokesperson Mark C. Toner, Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-11/09/11  Consular Access for Alan Gross (Taken Question); Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-10/15/11  Cuba: Update on Alan Gross (Taken Question); Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-10/15/11  Death of the Damas de Blanco Founder Laura Pollan; Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-07/08/11  Cuba: Alan Gross Appeal to Cuban Supreme Court (Taken Question); Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-06/10/11   Daily Press Briefing - June 10, 2011
-05/11/11  Remarks at the 41st Washington Conference on the Americas;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Loy Henderson Auditorium; Washington, DC Also available in Spanish
-04/20/11  Under Secretary Burns Presents Human Rights Awards; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-03/25/11  Cuba Releases Last Two Political Prisoners from 2003 Black Spring Crackdown; Acting Deputy Department Spokesman Mark C. Toner, Office of Press Relations; Washington, DC
-03/12/11  Statement on Sentencing of Alan Gross;  Assistant Secretary Philip J. Crowley, Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
-02/23/11  One Year Commemoration of Orlando Zapata Tamayo's Death;  Assistant Secretary Philip J. Crowley, Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
-02/04/11  Charging of Alan Gross;  Assistant Secretary Philip J. Crowley, Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
-01/12/11  Cuba Migration Talks;  Assistant Secretary Philip J. Crowley, Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC

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