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US-Cuba Relations / Elian's Custody Case / Havana #191546

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 10, 2000
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Miami: Ron Claiborne) The confusion over the process to reunite six-year- old Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez with his family featured; details given of the problems in Attorney General Janet Reno's plan to have psychological counselors meet with Elian's Miami family. [Child psychiatrist Dr. Louis KRAUS - says the Miami family could smooth the transition for Elian.] [Chicago's public guardian for children Patrick MURPHY - downplays the transition.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Havana: Morton Dean) The changing relations between Cuba and the United States at the time of Elian's case examined; scenes shown from Havana of American tourists, American athletes, United States business people etc. [AMERICAN - comments on good will.]

Claiborne, Ron;
Dean, Morton;
Gibson, Charles

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