Hundreds of Cubans and visitors from other countries gather across the street from the newly reopened U.S. Embassy to observe the flag-raising ceremony August 14, 2015 in Havana, Cuba. 
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This week, the United States and Cuba restored diplomatic ties, China was rocked by huge explosions, and the Hillary Clinton email scandal escalated.

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As the United States and Cuba restore diplomatic ties, the flag was raised in Cuba on Friday

One of the events was completely shut down by protesters and the other was already finished when the protesters started chanting.  

Many Republicans chimed in when it was announced that the Clinton campaign would turn the email server over to authorities. 

Protesters also linked arms in an effort to halt both directions of traffic on Interstate 70. 

Other Democratic candidates, including Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders, have also announced comprehensive plans to tackle the same issue

This 2016 Republican candidate has reportedly stopped paying his campaign staff who work at his national headquarters as well as early primary state locations. 

The FDA issued a statement saying, “The social media post is misleading because it presents various efficacy claims for Diclegis, but fails to communicate any risk information.” The post has since been deleted. 

The vehicle, which was packed with explosives, passed through a busy market in the neighborhood and blew up.

The explosions caused building collapses and car fires, among other damages.

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