Roger Noriega, assistant secreary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs from 2003 to 2005, says he wouldn’t be surprised if President Barack Obama took steps to return the naval base at Guantanamo before the end of his term. He is shown here in a 2011 file photo.
Roger Noriega, assistant secreary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs from 2003 to 2005, says he wouldn’t be surprised if President Barack Obama took steps to return the naval base at Guantanamo before the end of his term. He is shown here in a 2011 file photo. Roberto Koltun El Nuevo Herald
Roger Noriega, assistant secreary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs from 2003 to 2005, says he wouldn’t be surprised if President Barack Obama took steps to return the naval base at Guantanamo before the end of his term. He is shown here in a 2011 file photo. Roberto Koltun El Nuevo Herald

Former State Department official says he expects White House to take steps to return Guantánamo

April 28, 2015 07:06 PM

UPDATED April 29, 2015 07:11 AM

More Videos

  • Cuban researchers hope to join forces with U.S. in biotech field

    Scientists at the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology say they have developed promising drugs, including one that could save the limbs of diabetics, but they face hurdles getting them into the U.S. market

Cuba on Twitter