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US-Cuba talks stretch into second day

US Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere Roberta Jacobson (4thL) and Cuban head of delegation Josefina Vidal (4thR) sit with their delegations before a meeting at the US State Department May 21, 2015 in Washington, DCThe United States and Cuba agreed to hold an unscheduled second day of talks on Friday hoping to overcome hurdles blocking the restoration of diplomatic ties frozen for some five decades. The delegations would also hold separate press conferences on Friday after their talks, Harf said in a statement. The communist authorities in Havana have been particularly angered by US democracy programs and have so far not met demands that American diplomats be allowed to meet freely with dissidents.

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