Jul 20, 2015

United States And Cuba Restore Diplomatic Relations - In Flex We Trust

After over 50 years of hostility rooted in the Cold War, the United States and Cuba restored full diplomatic relations Monday. Both nations were able to reach an agreement to resume ties and just after midnight they reopened embassies in each other’s capitals. Read more below. ARiiE:Twitter | Instagram Crowds of people gathered and cheered as the Cuban national anthem played and the Cuban flag...

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