10/22/13 - Houston Chronicle - US envoy meets with late Cuban activist's daughter
UNITED NATIONS (AP) U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power says she met with
the daughter of Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya and discussed the need for an
investigation into his death.
Power has been advocating for an investigation into Paya's death since
taking up her post as ambassador to the United Nations in August. One of
her first acts as ambassador was to ask Cuba's foreign minister during a
rare encounter at the U.N. for an investigation.
Power said in a tweet Tuesday that she spoke with Rosa Maria Paya about
"the need for an international/independent investigation" into her
Cuba's government said Paya died in a car crash in July 2012 but his
family insists the crash was not an accident and has pressed for an
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