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US-Cuba relations: new chapter

December 19, 2014, 13:20 UTC+3
Reactions to the news about restoration of US-Cuba relations - in photo gallery by TASS
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US and Cuba started normalizing relations and opened a new chapter in them as US president Barack Obama talked with president of Cuba Raul Castro
US and Cuba started normalizing relations and opened a new chapter in them as US president Barack Obama talked with president of Cuba Raul Castro
US and Cuba started normalizing relations and opened a new chapter in them as US president Barack Obama talked with president of Cuba Raul Castro
© Official White House Photo by Pete Souza
The announcement was accompanied by an exchange of imprisoned spies. Photo: Alan Gross is greeted with hugs after arriving at Joint Base Andrews, December 17, 2014
The announcement was accompanied by an exchange of imprisoned spies. Photo: Alan Gross is greeted with hugs after arriving at Joint Base Andrews, December 17, 2014
The announcement was accompanied by an exchange of imprisoned spies. Photo: Alan Gross is greeted with hugs after arriving at Joint Base Andrews, December 17, 2014
© Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson
American Alan Gross was released from Cuba after five years in a Cuban prison. Photo: Gross onboard a government plane headed back to the US with his wife
American Alan Gross was released from Cuba after five years in a Cuban prison. Photo: Gross onboard a government plane headed back to the US with his wife
American Alan Gross was released from Cuba after five years in a Cuban prison. Photo: Gross onboard a government plane headed back to the US with his wife
© Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson
US freed the three remaining members of the Cuban Five who were jailed in Florida. Photo: A poster of the Cuban Five, that reads in Spanish "Freedom Now"
US freed the three remaining members of the Cuban Five who were jailed in Florida. Photo: A poster of the Cuban Five, that reads in Spanish "Freedom Now"
US freed the three remaining members of the Cuban Five who were jailed in Florida. Photo: A poster of the Cuban Five, that reads in Spanish "Freedom Now"
© AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa
Photo: Cuban President Raul Castro  welcoming the three Cuban agents Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero and Ramon Labanino
Photo: Cuban President Raul Castro  welcoming the three Cuban agents Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero and Ramon Labanino
Photo: Cuban President Raul Castro welcoming the three Cuban agents Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero and Ramon Labanino
© EPA/CUBAVISION
US President Barack Obama announced the resumption of diplomatic relations as well as an easing in economic and travel restrictions on Cuba
US President Barack Obama announced the resumption of diplomatic relations as well as an easing in economic and travel restrictions on Cuba
US President Barack Obama announced the resumption of diplomatic relations as well as an easing in economic and travel restrictions on Cuba
© AP Photo/Doug Mills, Pool
Cuban President Raul Castro announced the resumption of diplomatic ties with the United States in an appearance on Cuban television simultaneously to that of US President, Barack Obama, from Washington
Cuban President Raul Castro announced the resumption of diplomatic ties with the United States in an appearance on Cuban television simultaneously to that of US President, Barack Obama, from Washington
Cuban President Raul Castro announced the resumption of diplomatic ties with the United States in an appearance on Cuban television simultaneously to that of US President, Barack Obama, from Washington
© AP Photo
Photo: Two men watch the broadcasting of the speech of Cuban President Raul Castro at a house in Havana
Photo: Two men watch the broadcasting of the speech of Cuban President Raul Castro at a house in Havana
Photo: Two men watch the broadcasting of the speech of Cuban President Raul Castro at a house in Havana
© EPA/Ernesto Mastrascusa
Raul Castro said profound differences remain between Cuba and the US in areas such as human rights, foreign policy and questions of sovereignty, but that the countries have to learn to live with their differences "in a civilized manner." Photo: Students and teachers celebrate after listening to a live, nationally broadcast speech by Cuba's President Raul Castro about the country's restoration of relations with the United States, at a school in Havana
Raul Castro said profound differences remain between Cuba and the US in areas such as human rights, foreign policy and questions of sovereignty, but that the countries have to learn to live with their differences "in a civilized manner." Photo: Students and teachers celebrate after listening to a live, nationally broadcast speech by Cuba's President Raul Castro about the country's restoration of relations with the United States, at a school in Havana
Raul Castro said profound differences remain between Cuba and the US in areas such as human rights, foreign policy and questions of sovereignty, but that the countries have to learn to live with their differences "in a civilized manner." Photo: Students and teachers celebrate after listening to a live, nationally broadcast speech by Cuba's President Raul Castro about the country's restoration of relations with the United States, at a school in Havana
© AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa
Photo: People from the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) hold signs urging the US to "End the blockade of Cuba," during a demonstration outside of the White House in Washington, December 17, 2014
Photo: People from the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) hold signs urging the US to "End the blockade of Cuba," during a demonstration outside of the White House in Washington, December 17, 2014
Photo: People from the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) hold signs urging the US to "End the blockade of Cuba," during a demonstration outside of the White House in Washington, December 17, 2014
© AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais
US announced plans to ease restrictions on travel to Cuba, including for family visits, official government business and educational activities. Photo: Tourists ride in a classic American car on the Malecon in Havana, Cuba
US announced plans to ease restrictions on travel to Cuba, including for family visits, official government business and educational activities. Photo: Tourists ride in a classic American car on the Malecon in Havana, Cuba
US announced plans to ease restrictions on travel to Cuba, including for family visits, official government business and educational activities. Photo: Tourists ride in a classic American car on the Malecon in Havana, Cuba
© AP Photo/Desmond Boylan
Photo: Anti-Castro protester expresses his disagreement with a surprise move announced by senior Obama administration officials that could pave the way for a major shift in US policy
Photo: Anti-Castro protester expresses his disagreement with a surprise move announced by senior Obama administration officials that could pave the way for a major shift in US policy
Photo: Anti-Castro protester expresses his disagreement with a surprise move announced by senior Obama administration officials that could pave the way for a major shift in US policy
© AP Photo/Alan Diaz
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US and Cuba started normalizing relations and opened a new chapter in them as US president Barack Obama talked with president of Cuba Raul Castro
© Official White House Photo by Pete Souza
The announcement was accompanied by an exchange of imprisoned spies. Photo: Alan Gross is greeted with hugs after arriving at Joint Base Andrews, December 17, 2014
© Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson
American Alan Gross was released from Cuba after five years in a Cuban prison. Photo: Gross onboard a government plane headed back to the US with his wife
© Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson
US freed the three remaining members of the Cuban Five who were jailed in Florida. Photo: A poster of the Cuban Five, that reads in Spanish "Freedom Now"
© AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa
Photo: Cuban President Raul Castro welcoming the three Cuban agents Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero and Ramon Labanino
© EPA/CUBAVISION
US President Barack Obama announced the resumption of diplomatic relations as well as an easing in economic and travel restrictions on Cuba
© AP Photo/Doug Mills, Pool
Cuban President Raul Castro announced the resumption of diplomatic ties with the United States in an appearance on Cuban television simultaneously to that of US President, Barack Obama, from Washington
© AP Photo
Photo: Two men watch the broadcasting of the speech of Cuban President Raul Castro at a house in Havana
© EPA/Ernesto Mastrascusa
Raul Castro said profound differences remain between Cuba and the US in areas such as human rights, foreign policy and questions of sovereignty, but that the countries have to learn to live with their differences "in a civilized manner." Photo: Students and teachers celebrate after listening to a live, nationally broadcast speech by Cuba's President Raul Castro about the country's restoration of relations with the United States, at a school in Havana
© AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa
Photo: People from the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) hold signs urging the US to "End the blockade of Cuba," during a demonstration outside of the White House in Washington, December 17, 2014
© AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais
US announced plans to ease restrictions on travel to Cuba, including for family visits, official government business and educational activities. Photo: Tourists ride in a classic American car on the Malecon in Havana, Cuba
© AP Photo/Desmond Boylan
Photo: Anti-Castro protester expresses his disagreement with a surprise move announced by senior Obama administration officials that could pave the way for a major shift in US policy
© AP Photo/Alan Diaz

US and Cuba started normalizing relations and opened a new chapter in them as US president Barack Obama talked with president of Cuba Raul Castro. The announcement was accompanied by an exchange of imprisoned spies. Reactions to the news about restoration of US-Cuba relations - in photo gallery by TASS

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