A woman wearing leggings with the US flag design, walks in Havana on January 23, 2015. Hours into historic US-Cuba talks in Havana, a Cuban official came out to boast about the "relaxed" atmosphere at the meeting between the old Cold War adversaries. After barely speaking face-to-face since the 1960s, the United States and Cuba took big steps toward normalizing ties by holding a two-day meeting, even though the talks highlighted enduring rifts between the nations.
A woman wearing leggings with the US flag design, walks in Havana on January 23, 2015. Hours into historic US-Cuba talks in Havana, a Cuban official came out to boast about the "relaxed" atmosphere at the meeting between the old Cold War adversaries. After barely speaking face-to-face since the 1960s, the United States and Cuba took big steps toward normalizing ties by holding a two-day meeting, even though the talks highlighted enduring rifts between the nations. YAMIL LAGE AFP/Getty Images
A woman wearing leggings with the US flag design, walks in Havana on January 23, 2015. Hours into historic US-Cuba talks in Havana, a Cuban official came out to boast about the "relaxed" atmosphere at the meeting between the old Cold War adversaries. After barely speaking face-to-face since the 1960s, the United States and Cuba took big steps toward normalizing ties by holding a two-day meeting, even though the talks highlighted enduring rifts between the nations. YAMIL LAGE AFP/Getty Images

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