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Asia Buzz: Thailand's 'Elian Gonzalez'

Friday, June. 15, 2001 Three-year-old Phanupong Khaisri has been called Thailand's Elian Gonzalez. Like the Cuban boy, Phanupong is at the center of a...

Notebook: Dec. 4, 2000

FOLLOW-UP Maybe They Could Have A Play Date at Fidel's Almost a year to the day after Florida fishermen pulled Elian Gonzalez from the sea, there emerges an...

Send in the Grandmas

Before Elian Gonzalez's grandmothers arrived in Miami to see him last week, Cuban Americans confronted the nun at whose home the meeting would take place. They...

The Raid In Replay

This is what the relocation of one little boy can do to a great nation: By Tuesday, Little Havana had padlocked its doors in silent protest at the removal of...

Mental Health: How Will the Boy Cope?

In the lengthy tug-of-war over Elian Gonzalez, I have found myself asking a simple question: Have we forgotten the child? After the federal action last weekend...

Can One Little Boy Make A Difference?

As Elian Gonzalez's grandmas informed us this year, their clan sometimes displays affection by nibbling on each other. So when Elian's grandfather Juan Gonzalez...

War over a Poster Boy

Five-year-old boys need lots of attention, and little Elian Gonzalez has been getting plenty since Thanksgiving morning, when fishermen found him lashed to an...

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