U.S., Cuba make progress on restoring ties but no deal yet

Talks on Cuba at the State Department in WashingtonCuba and the United States said on Friday they had made progress toward restoring diplomatic relations in two days of talks and would continue negotiations in the coming weeks aimed at reopening embassies. If the former Cold War rivals ultimately reach a deal to end more than half a century of estrangement, it would fulfill a pledge they made five months ago when U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro announced detente. Senior officials from both sides were upbeat after two days of talks in Washington.

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