Caribbean Report 07-03-1989

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Caribbean Report 07-03-1989

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Title: Caribbean Report 07-03-1989
Author: Crosskill, Hugh (anchor); Styles, Sean (interviewee); Bennish, Peter (correspondent); Abrams, Kingsley (interviewee)
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1. Headlines: The human rights organisation, Amnesty International issues a hard hitting report on Jamaica's criminal justice system; two Caribbean Prime Ministers plead for bananas in Brussels; and, more startling testimony in Toronto from Ben Johnson's coach (00:00-00:38)
2. Amnesty International published its second report on Jamaica and the death penalty (00:39-05:22)
3. Financial News (05:23-07:22)
4. Ben Johnson's coach, Charlie Francis continue his testimony at the Canadian enquiry into drug use in amateur sports (07:23-09:05)
5. Prime Ministers Eugenia Charles and John Compton of the Caribbean visit Brussels to have meetings in the area of banana exports into the European Community (09:06-11:42)
6. The unofficial black section of the British Labour Party has launched a campaign to increase the number of black Labour MPs (11:43-14:55)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/11471
Date: 1989-03-07


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