Caribbean Report 01-05-1996

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Caribbean Report 01-05-1996

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Title: Caribbean Report 01-05-1996
Author: Gordon, Warren (anchor); Burns, Nicholas (interviewee); Woodring, Marcus (interviewee); Hayes, Rosie (correspondent); Smith, Colin (correspondent); Griffith, Irvin (interviewee); Augustus, Curtis (interviewee); Yankey, Bernard (interviewee); Savage, Frank (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:28)
2. Tension in the Florida Straits as exiles sail close to Cuba to deliver their own May Day message. In Havana up to a million people have taken part in the May Day Rally. United States State Department Official Nicholas Burns and US Coast Guard Official Marcus Woodring are interviewed. Rosie Hayes reports (00:29-04:07)
3. In Jamaica a spokeswoman for Cuban asylum seekers says that three out of four Cubans deported by the Jamaican government have been arrested in Havana (04:08-05:20)
4. In Guyana May Day is being observed with a very low keyed presence from politicians. Gordon Todd is interviewed and Colin Smith reports (05:21-06:35)
5. A spokesman for sacked Caribe Express staffers says they are still confident about the future. A spokesman for the group Irwin Griffith is interviewed (06:36-10:05)
6. The region's trade union movement says it is not going overboard in trying to protect its turf as the move towards a single regional market continues. Caribbean Congress of Labour General Secretary Curtis Augustus and Director of the OECS Economic Affairs Secretariat Dr Bernard Yankee are interviewed (10:06-13:29)
7. Further uncertainty surrounding Montserrat's elections. Governor Frank Savage is interviewed (13:30-15:22)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/39416
Date: 1996-05-01


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