Members of Cuba's Ladies in White dissident group, wearing T-shirts with images of late co-founder of the group, Laura Pollan, participate in a march marking one year since the death of Pollan in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, Oct 14, 2012. The Ladies in White was formed in 2003 mostly by wives and family members of 75 dissidents jailed in a crackdown on dissent. Pollan had been married to one of the dissident prisoners, Hector Maseda. The T-shirts read in Spanish "you stay with us." (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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Members of Cuba's Ladies in White dissident group, wearing T-shirts with images of late co-founder of the group, Laura Pollan, participate in a march marking one year since the death of Pollan in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, Oct 14, 2012. The Ladies in White was formed in 2003 mostly by wives and family members of 75 dissidents jailed in a crackdown on dissent. Pollan had been married to one of the dissident prisoners, Hector Maseda. The T-shirts read in Spanish "you stay with us." (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
Members of Cuba's Ladies in White dissident group, wearing T-shirts with images of late co-founder of the group, Laura Pollan, participate in a march marking one year since the death of Pollan in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, Oct 14, 2012. The Ladies in White was formed in 2003 mostly by wives and family members of 75 dissidents jailed in a crackdown on dissent. Pollan had been married to one of the dissident prisoners, Hector Maseda. The T-shirts read in Spanish "you stay with us." (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
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