Caribbean Report 22-04-1996

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Caribbean Report 22-04-1996

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Title: Caribbean Report 22-04-1996
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Bannister, Graham (interviewee); Thompson, Bertina (interviewee); Orr, Carol (correspondent); Gordon, Warren (correspondent); Smith, Colin (correspondent); Mullings, Seymour (interviewee); Devine, Joe (interviewee); Savarin, Charles (interviewee); Smith, Lou (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:37)
2. Caribe Express workers almost in tears as the airline battles to survive.Corporate Manager of Caribe Express Graham Bannister and Receptionist Bertina Thompson are interviewed (00:38-02:49)
3. The United States could face retaliatory measures from the European Union because of the Helms-Burton legislation. Carol Orr and Warren Gordon report (02:50-05:20)
4. Guyana's Opposition is questioning the involvement of former US President Jimmy Carter's involvement in a national development plan. PNC Party's General Secretary Malcolm Parris is interviewed. Colin Smith reports (05:21-07:22)
5. Jamaica's Foreign Minister Seymour Mullings has acknowledgted that the Commonwealth's suspension of Nigeria has strained relations between Jamaica and the African country. Minister Seymour Mullings is interviewed (07:23-10:05)
6. Almost three weeks after being evacuated from the volcano danger zone residents of Montserrat are being told that they should stay away from the threatened area. Seismic Expert Joe Devine, Brown University is interviewed (10:06-10:58)
7. The election of a new leader of the Opposition St. Lucia Labour Party has fuelled speculations of an early general election (10:59-11:23)
8. Former diplomat and trade unionist Charles Savarin wants to put the opposition Dominica Freedom Party back on the road to government. Charles Savarin, Dominica Freedom Party is interviewed (11:23-12:59)
9. Grenada's hotel sector is under pressure from the lack of water. Lou Smith reports from Grenada (13:00-14:09)
10. Honduras authorities are confirming that they have granted political asylum to two prominent members of Haiti's former military government (14:10-14:28)
11. The finger prints of every asylum seeker who applies for refugee status in any European Union country could soon be held in a proposed wide refugee database (14:29-15:28)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/39407
Date: 1996-04-22


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