Cuba's President Raul Castro (2nd L) talks to First Vice President Miguel Diaz Canel (2nd R) during an event marking the International Day for the Liberation of the "Cuban Five" agents, in Havana ... more 
Cuba's President Raul Castro (2nd L) talks to First Vice President Miguel Diaz Canel (2nd R) during an event marking the International Day for the Liberation of the "Cuban Five" agents, in Havana September 11, 2013. Rene Gonzalez is one of the men known as the "Cuban Five" in the United States, who were convicted in a 2001 U.S. trial of conspiring to spy on Cuban exile groups and U.S. military activities in Florida as part of a Cuba-backed espionage ring called the "Wasp Network." Gonzalez flew to Florida in an allegedly stolen crop duster in 1990, posing as a defector from the communist island. The case is little known outside the Cuban exile community in the United States, but it is a national cause in Cuba where pictures of the five, with the word "Volveran" - they will return - are posted everywhere. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY) less 
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