A member of the Cuban honor guard stands next to a new plaque at the front door of the newly reopened Cuban embassy in Washington in 2015. The State Department has expelled two diplomats from Cuba’s Embassy in Washington following a series of unexplained incidents in Cuba that left U.S. officials there with physical symptoms.
A member of the Cuban honor guard stands next to a new plaque at the front door of the newly reopened Cuban embassy in Washington in 2015. The State Department has expelled two diplomats from Cuba’s Embassy in Washington following a series of unexplained incidents in Cuba that left U.S. officials there with physical symptoms. Andrew Harnik AP
A member of the Cuban honor guard stands next to a new plaque at the front door of the newly reopened Cuban embassy in Washington in 2015. The State Department has expelled two diplomats from Cuba’s Embassy in Washington following a series of unexplained incidents in Cuba that left U.S. officials there with physical symptoms. Andrew Harnik AP

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