Havana: The sight was so unlikely that some Cubans could scarcely believe it: a US secretary of state lecturing their Communist government about democracy and human rights on state television.
As the US flag was raised at America's embassy in Havana for the first time in 54 years, John Kerry called for a "genuine democracy" in Cuba and his comments were broadcast across the country in full, translated accurately into Spanish so everyone could understand.
Also read: RAW DATA: John Key's resignation speech
20:56 Trump Transition: Jon Huntsman, John Bolton, Exxon CEO Among State Department Possibilities34
05:37 Rodrigo Duterte Says Donald Trump Endorses His Violent Antidrug Campaign11
16:54 A Subdued Putin Calls for ‘Mutually Beneficial’ Relations With the U.S14
15:27 What’s the Point of Isolating Cuba Again?12