This screen shot taken from live video from the TN channel shows President Barack Obama, right, and Cuba's President Raul Castro addressing their nations at the same time, from Washington D.C. and Havana, on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014. Obama announced the re-establishment of diplomatic relations as well as an easing in economic and travel restrictions on Cuba. Castro welcomed restoration of diplomatic ties, saying the two countries would work to resolve their differences “without renouncing a single one of our principles.”
This screen shot taken from live video from the TN channel shows President Barack Obama, right, and Cuba's President Raul Castro addressing their nations at the same time, from Washington D.C. and Havana, on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014. Obama announced the re-establishment of diplomatic relations as well as an easing in economic and travel restrictions on Cuba. Castro welcomed restoration of diplomatic ties, saying the two countries would work to resolve their differences “without renouncing a single one of our principles.” AP
This screen shot taken from live video from the TN channel shows President Barack Obama, right, and Cuba's President Raul Castro addressing their nations at the same time, from Washington D.C. and Havana, on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014. Obama announced the re-establishment of diplomatic relations as well as an easing in economic and travel restrictions on Cuba. Castro welcomed restoration of diplomatic ties, saying the two countries would work to resolve their differences “without renouncing a single one of our principles.” AP

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