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 this July 20, 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 this July 20, 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 this July 20, 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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