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Thursday, 29 June, 2000, 13:28 GMT 14:28 UK
Elian's story: Special report


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Cuban reunion for Elian
Shipwreck survivor Elian Gonzalez returns to a family reunion and a warm but restrained official welcome in Havana.

  • How the US press reacted
  • Gallery: Elian returns home

  • Elian relatives go to Supreme Court
  • Elian asylum appeal fails
  • Cuba welcomes Elian raid
  • Anger and grief in Miami

    A child torn


    How the saga unfolded
    Seven months after being found shipwrecked off the Florida coast, the tug-of-love war over Elian Gonzalez appears to be reaching its final chapter.

  • What awaits Elian in Cuba?
  • Relatives at war
  • Timeline in pictures
  • Elian in trauma



    A political pawn


    Castro's victory?
    For Cuban President Fidel Castro the "battle for Elian" has been a win-win situation from the start.

  • Chasing the Hispanic vote
  • Gore changes stance on Elian
  • Elian: View from Cuba



    Your views


    Talking Point: Was force necessary?
    BBC News Online readers give their views on whether the US authorities were right to seize Elian Gonzalez.

  • Talking Point: Where does he belong?
  • What would await Elian in Cuba?
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