Assistant Secretary of State of the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Roberta S. Jacobson and Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Edward Alex Lee, attend the second day negotiations with Cuban officials, in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015.
Assistant Secretary of State of the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Roberta S. Jacobson and Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Edward Alex Lee, attend the second day negotiations with Cuban officials, in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. Ramon Espinosa AP
Assistant Secretary of State of the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Roberta S. Jacobson and Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Edward Alex Lee, attend the second day negotiations with Cuban officials, in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. Ramon Espinosa AP

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