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July 10, 1986

Cuba reportedly released 47 prisoners from a Havana detention center that has been used over the past seven years to hold young people on a variety of charges. The release of the 47 was disclosed in Havana by a man who was among a group of prisoners freed in May. The word came as White House spokesman Larry Speakes issued a confirmation of reports that U.S. and Cuban officials are holding private talks in Mexico City aimed at reviving an immigration accord between the two countries that was suspended in 1984. He gave no other details.

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