Wednesday, January 26, 2000

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  • Grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez to See Him on Neutral Ground

    The Miami relatives of Elian Gonzalez say they will comply with a Justice Department order to bring the six-year-old Cuban boy to a neutral location today to meet his grandmothers, who flew to the United States from Cuba last week in an effort to take him back home to his father. [includes rush transcript]

  • From Iowa to New Hampshire: A Look at the Democrats

    With Monday’s Iowa caucuses over with, candidates are now focusing on the nation’s first presidential primaries, which will take place in New Hampshire next week. [includes rush transcript]

  • US Opposes Effort to Expand Biosafety Pact

    The United States is opposing efforts by developing countries to expand the scope of a proposed agreement to regulate trade in genetically modified organisms (GMOs). [includes rush transcript]

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