Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, center, raises the Cuban flag over its embassy in Washington on Monday, July 20, 2015. The raising of the blue, red and white-starred flag marked the start of a new post-Cold War era in U.S.-Cuba relations.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, center, raises the Cuban flag over its embassy in Washington on Monday, July 20, 2015. The raising of the blue, red and white-starred flag marked the start of a new post-Cold War era in U.S.-Cuba relations. Andrew Harnik AP
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, center, raises the Cuban flag over its embassy in Washington on Monday, July 20, 2015. The raising of the blue, red and white-starred flag marked the start of a new post-Cold War era in U.S.-Cuba relations. Andrew Harnik AP

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