Cuban flags fly near U.S flag beside the U.S embassy in Havana December 31, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique de la Osa
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Five dissidents freed as Havana launched a high-profile diplomatic rapprochement with the United States are back in custody in Cuba, a human rights group said Monday.The United States last week called on the government to release him.The rights group reported that 8,616 people were detained for political reasons in 2015, most of whom were released after several hours.On Dec. 29, Roberta Jacobson, the U.S. State Department's pointwoman for Latin America, called on the government of President Raul Castro to free Morera, who she said had been jailed for dissenting peacefully.
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