Cuban and American Military Officials Meet Regularly

U.S. NAVAL STATION GUANTANAMO BAY — A column of blue-gray smoke rose on the horizon Wednesday as we drove slowly up a winding road to what military officials here call the “Northeast Gate” — a heavily guarded opening in the line that separates this patch of U.S. soil from the rest of Cuba. The smoke column was a strange enough site to cause the mind to wander briefly from the fast-paced frenzy surrounding the creation of a special war crimes tribunal here, and the pending guilty plea of Australian detainee David Hicks (the fate and details of which are expected […]

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