Caribbean Report 07-08-1997

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Caribbean Report 07-08-1997

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Title: Caribbean Report 07-08-1997
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Greaves, Keith Stone (correspondent); Gordon, Warren (correspondent); Williams, Natalie (interviewee); Henderson, Richard Dick (correspondent); Thomas, Moya (correspondent); McCann, Kevin (interviewee); Ebanks, Patricia (interviewee); Goffe, Leslie (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Another major volcanic eruption in Montserrat today turns fear into anger. More and more people are thinking about leaving. Keith Stone Greaves and Warren Gordon report (00:28-06:24)
3. In Trinidad and Tobago what is seen as a government crackdown on the media draws reaction. President of the Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago, Natalie Williams and Trinidad and Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association President, Richard Dick Henderson are interviewed (06:25-09:47)
4. Prime Minister Basdeo Panday is booed when he addressed the crowd during the Emancipation Day celebrations (09:48-10:13)
5. A story behind more Jamaicans facing drug charges in the Cayman Islands. Kevin McCann, Acting Police Commissioner and Patricia Ebanks, Chief Information Officer for the Cayman Islands government are interviewed. Moya Thomas reports (10:14-12:40)
6. Francois Emmanuel Constant former leader of FRAPH is awaiting to hear if he would be granted asylum by the United States. Leslie Goffe reports (12:41-14:33)
7. Environmental group Greenpeace has renewed its call to CARICOM governments to block nuclear shipment passing through the region (14:34-15:21)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/38110
Date: 1997-08-07


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