Cuba’s Human Rights Still A Hurdle Ahead Of Kerry’s Visit – Newsy

Cuba's Human Rights Still A Hurdle Ahead Of Kerry's Visit - Newsy

Secretary of State John Kerry will visit the American embassy in Cuba, though the island nation and the U.S. still have a lot of issues to work out.

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U.S. Raises Flag Over Embassy in Cuba

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry raises the American flag over the U.S. Embassy in Cuba, marking a historic moment for U.S.-Cuba relations. WSJ U.S. editor Glenn Hall joins Lunch Break. Photo: Pablo Martinez Monisavais/Press Pool

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US – Cuba thaw: Kerry’s speech in Havana for flag-raising ceremony

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Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Cuba Friday on a historic visit to raise the American flag over the newly reopened US embassy, cementing Washington’s rapprochement with Havana.
The whirlwind one-day trip is the first visit to the communist island by a US secretary of state since 1945.

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