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Arián González, the chess player who faces Kasparov with Sánchez


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Arián González Pérez, el great master of Spanish-Cuban chess and settled in Orense, was released on a precautionary basis yesterday after spending several days in prison, where he was on a hunger and thirst strike, due to the massive arrests during the anti-government protests on July 11 in Cuba, as confirmed by his closest environment. The chess player had traveled to the Caribbean island on July 7 to visit his mother, who is diabetic, and bring her medicine. He was arrested by the Castro regime on the 12th, initially for crimes of public disorder and inciting the masses.

After several days in unknown whereabouts, he was transferred to the controversial prison of La Pendiente, Santa Clara, accused of



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