Obama and Castro hold historic meeting in Havana

The US and Cuban presidents have met in Havana in a historic meeting where they pledged to put aside the differences that have divided their countries for decades.

Barack Obama welcomed what he called a “new day” in relations between the two countries.

But President Raul Castro was forced to defend Cuba’s record on human rights.

Al Jazeera’s Patty Culhane reports from Havana.

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