Politics & Government

April 11, 2015 1:44 PM

Historic meeting: Obama, Cuba’s Castro vow to ‘turn page’ on bitter history

“Deep and significant differences” still exist between the two countries, Obama said, but “it’s time to turn the page.” For his part, Raúl Castro declared Obama “an honest man” and absolved him of responsibility for U.S. actions against Cuba.

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