Anisia Cuesta Ordaz, 46, Irma Ostia La Cruz, 58, (in the middle) and some of her neighbors watch TV as President Barack Obama was received in Havana by Raul Castro on March 21, 2016.
Anisia Cuesta Ordaz, 46, Irma Ostia La Cruz, 58, (in the middle) and some of her neighbors watch TV as President Barack Obama was received in Havana by Raul Castro on March 21, 2016. Lisette Poole For The Washington Post
Anisia Cuesta Ordaz, 46, Irma Ostia La Cruz, 58, (in the middle) and some of her neighbors watch TV as President Barack Obama was received in Havana by Raul Castro on March 21, 2016. Lisette Poole For The Washington Post

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