PRELUDE:  President Barack Obama, right, and Cuban President Raúl Castro, center, talk with an unidentified man before the inauguration of the Summit of the Americas in Panama City on Friday.
PRELUDE: President Barack Obama, right, and Cuban President Raúl Castro, center, talk with an unidentified man before the inauguration of the Summit of the Americas in Panama City on Friday. © Handout . / Reuters REUTERS
PRELUDE: President Barack Obama, right, and Cuban President Raúl Castro, center, talk with an unidentified man before the inauguration of the Summit of the Americas in Panama City on Friday. © Handout . / Reuters REUTERS

Obama, Raúl Castro greet each other, shake hands at Summit of the Americas

April 10, 2015 10:26 AM

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