Secretary of State John Kerry gestures as he and Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez hold a news conference after meeting at the State Department, in Washington, Monday, July 20, 2015. Earlier in the day Rodriguez lead the reopening ceremony of Cuba's U.S. embassy.
Secretary of State John Kerry gestures as he and Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez hold a news conference after meeting at the State Department, in Washington, Monday, July 20, 2015. Earlier in the day Rodriguez lead the reopening ceremony of Cuba's U.S. embassy. Cliff Owen AP
Secretary of State John Kerry gestures as he and Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez hold a news conference after meeting at the State Department, in Washington, Monday, July 20, 2015. Earlier in the day Rodriguez lead the reopening ceremony of Cuba's U.S. embassy. Cliff Owen AP

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