A flag pin worn by a member of a U.S. Senate delegation in Havana, Cuba, represents the two countries moving toward normalizing relations. Much work remains to be done. Embassies are to be reopened July 20.
A flag pin worn by a member of a U.S. Senate delegation in Havana, Cuba, represents the two countries moving toward normalizing relations. Much work remains to be done. Embassies are to be reopened July 20. Desmond Boylan AP
A flag pin worn by a member of a U.S. Senate delegation in Havana, Cuba, represents the two countries moving toward normalizing relations. Much work remains to be done. Embassies are to be reopened July 20. Desmond Boylan AP

More tough talks ahead as U.S., Cuba seek to normalize relations

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