BBC Homepage World Service Education
BBC Homepagelow graphics version | feedback | help
BBC News Online
 You are in: World: Americas
Front Page 
World 
Africa 
Americas 
Asia-Pacific 
Europe 
Middle East 
South Asia 
-------------
From Our Own Correspondent 
-------------
Letter From America 
UK 
UK Politics 
Business 
Sci/Tech 
Health 
Education 
Entertainment 
Talking Point 
In Depth 
AudioVideo 
Thursday, 29 June, 2000, 05:38 GMT 06:38 UK
Picture gallery: Elian returns home
Shipwreck survivor Elian Gonzalez was greeted by cheering crowds when he returned to Cuba while in the Cuban exile community in Miami, there were tears and protests.

Crowds cheer as the plane carrying Elian touches down
Relatives and schoolmates of Elian cheer as the plane touches down in Havana's Jose Marti airport

Elian's grandfather, Juan Gonzalez
Elian's grandfather, Juan Gonzalez, gives the boy a kiss

Elian's grandfather and great-grandmother Ramona Garrido
Elian's grandfather tells him to wave to crowds as his great-grandmother, Ramona Garrido, looks on

Elian Gonzalez
Elian waves to cheering crowds in Havana as he leave the airport

Juan Gonzalez speaks to the press
Juan Gonzalez speaks to the press before leaving the US as his lawyer Greg Craig listens

Elian waves from a lounge in Dulles International Airport
Elian waves from a lounge in Dulles International Airport shortly before leaving the US

Supporter of Elian's Miami relatives, cries upon hearing he is to return home
Olga Garcia, who camped daily outside the home of Elian's Miami relatives, cries upon hearing Elian is to return home

Moises Hernandez
Cuban-American Moises Hernandez protests outside Miami's federal courthouse

Search BBC News Online

Advanced search options
Launch console
BBC RADIO NEWS
BBC ONE TV NEWS
WORLD NEWS SUMMARY
PROGRAMMES GUIDE
See also:

23 Jun 00 | Americas
Elian asylum appeal fails
02 Jun 00 | Americas
Father's plea to end Elian feud
02 Jun 00 | Americas
Cuban anger at court ruling
Internet links:


The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites

Links to more Americas stories are at the foot of the page.


E-mail this story to a friend

Links to more Americas stories