Caribbean Report 06-05-1996

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Caribbean Report 06-05-1996

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Title: Caribbean Report 06-05-1996
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Caroit, Jean-Michel (correspondent); Smith, Lou (correspondent); Ninvalle, Pete (correspondent); Hayes, Rosie (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:30)
2. An opposition party in the Dominican Republic claims that there is a plot to assasinate its presidential candidate. Jean-MIchel Cairot reports (00:31--04:25)
3. Not many top level changes in the opposition National Democratic Congress in Grenada as that party held its annual convention on Sunday. Lou Smith reports (04:26-06:11)
4. A show of political strength as trade unions in Antigua observe Labour Day. M. Liverpool reports (06:12-09:46)
5. St. Kitts and Nevis was among the Caribbean islands celebrating Labour Day today with parades through the streets of Baseterre (09:47-10:02)
6. A St. Lucian lawyer told to apologise in the wake of a Buju Banton incident. Pete Ninvalle reports (10:03-12:35)
7. Cuban officials say they expect up to a thousand travel companies from around the world to take part in the countries annual tourist convention later this month. Rosie Hayes reports from Havana (12:36-14:10)
8. The Euroean Union already at odds with Washington over Helms-Burton is urging the US not to adopt legislation that would sanction foreigh companies investing in Iran and Libya (14:11-14:39)
9. The search was called off over the weekend for the small private passenger plane carrying three Dominican nationals from St. Croix to Dominica. The three people are feared dead (14:40-15:18)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/39419
Date: 1996-05-06


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