Caribbean Report 24-07-1997

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Title: Caribbean Report 24-07-1997
Author: Gordon, Warren (anchor); Brenner, Philip (interviewee); Richards, Ken (correspondent); Bartlett, Edmund (interviewee); Carr, James (interviewee); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); Alexander, Allan (interviewee); Ninvalle, Pete (correspondent); Golding, Bruce (interviewee); Lister, Richard (correspondent); Martineau, Russell (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:30)
2. As an Italian company pays its way out of Helms-Burton into Cuba, we ask is this how it is applied from now on? Richard Lister reports (00:31-05:21)
3. Four Cuban dissidents arrested more than a week ago will be charged with enemy propaganda (05:22-05:56)
4. Jamaica's political parties are accused of not going far enough to end the bloody political campaigning. Jamaica Labour Party's spokesman, Edmund Bartlett, Bruce Golding, New Beginnings Movement Leader and Political Ombudsman, James Carr are interviewed. Ken Richards reports (05:57-09:10)
5. The United States and Venezuela have signed a ship rider type of agreement (09:11-09:45)
6. A senior attorney in Trinidad and Tobago has said that the government's green paper on media law reform is untenable and undemocratic in a free society. Attorneys, Allan Alexander and Russel Martineau are interviewed. Tony Fraser reports (09:46-11:56)
7. How can a visit to a pig farm lead to the muddying of reputations and an assault of a Senator in St. Lucia? Marius Wilson, Attorney at Law and Senator Carl Daniel are interviewed (11:57--14:20)
8. In Britain, Home Secretary, Jack Straw has signalled his intention to increase prison sentences for racially motivated violence (14:21-15:23)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/38152
Date: 1997-07-24


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