Two Czech nationals were arrested in Havana, Cuba in June this year over “homosexual behaviour”, and are awaiting trial, Frekvence 1 radio reported on Wednesday. The Czech Foreign Ministry confirmed the report, although did not comment on the cause of the arrest. A spokesman for the ministry said both Czechs had regularly been in touch with the Czech embassy in the Cuban capital.
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