Hundreds of mourners on Monday thronged the wake of dissident Oswaldo Paya, killed in a weekend car crash that relatives and friends charge was not an accident as Cuban authorities say.
Ofelia Acevedo, widow of Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya, mourns during his funeral at Salcador del Mundo church in Havana. Relatives and friends of Paya, who was killed in a weekend car crash, say it was not an accident as Cuban authorities claim.
Paya, 60, was the second key dissident to die in a year. Cuban officials said he died in a car accident near the city of Bayamo, but close supporters -- foes of the Americas' only Communist regime -- say that Paya long feared for his life, and now they feared for theirs.
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