Castro lifts Obama's hand in awkward finish to press conference

Cuban President Raúl Castro and President Obama finished their joint press conference Monday in Havana with the Cuban leader awkwardly raising Obama's arm.

The historic and at times strange event finished with Castro urging a reporter to provide a list of political prisoners in the country.
Obama then smiled as the pair left their lecterns and shook hands, before Castro took hold of Obama's left hand and raised it into the air as they turned toward the cameras.
Obama and Castro were reportedly not expected to take questions at the event, though they took several from reporters. Castro was asked about the imprisonment of political dissidents, something he dismissed.