Caribbean Report 22-04-1997

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Caribbean Report 22-04-1997

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Title: Caribbean Report 22-04-1997
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Golding, Bruce (interviewee); Maraj, Ralph (interviewee); Ninvalle, Pete (correspondent); Simms, Andrew (interviewee); Fraser, Tony (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:30)
2. Jamaica's National Democratic Movement warns that political violence is isolating the country's electorate. Opposition party leader, Bruce Goldling is interviewed (00:31-04:06)
3. The sons of Bahamas' former Transport and Public Works Minister, Philip Bethel are on trial for allegedly conspiring to smuggle cocaine from Jamaica to the US. Quincy Parker, journalist of the Bahamian Tribune reports (04:07-06:26)
4. Caricom officials are stepping up preparations for the upcoming visit of United States President Bill Clinton. Trinidad's Foreign Minister, Ralph Maraj is interviewed. Pete Ninvalle reports (06:27-08:53)
5. Britain's main political parties have committed to increasing the proportion of foreign aid now being given to developing countries. Andrew Simms, Christian Aid spokesperson is interviewed (08:54-12:50)
6. Tobago feels the impact of another earthquake. Two families are left homeless. Tony Fraser reports (12:51-15:21)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/21412
Date: 1997-04-22


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