US, Cuba talks on normalising relations extended into Friday


Washington, May 21: The US and Cuba on Thursday ended their latest round of talks on normalising relations and reopening embassies without results, but agreed to continue the negotiations on Friday, a State Department spokesperson said. “Talks between Cuba and the US have concluded for the day,” spokesperson Marie Harf tweeted. “They will continue tomorrow, followed by press availabilities.” The State Department had planned only one-day…

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Cameron makes British reform case to EU peers

British Prime Minister David Cameron takes his case for far-reaching reform to his EU peers Friday as they meet six former Soviet states, some of whom would gladly swap places with London in the bloc. The Eastern Partnership summit in the Latvian capital Riga aims to review and affirm ties […]