The flag pin worn by a member of a U.S. Senate delegation in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, represents the two countries moving toward the reopening of embassies.
The flag pin worn by a member of a U.S. Senate delegation in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, represents the two countries moving toward the reopening of embassies. Desmond Boylan AP
The flag pin worn by a member of a U.S. Senate delegation in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, represents the two countries moving toward the reopening of embassies. Desmond Boylan AP

US-Cuba to re-establish diplomatic ties, open embassies

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