Caribbean Report 18-04-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 18-04-2001
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Ramkarran, Ralph (interviewee); Smith, Colin (correspondent); Kreuzhuber, Gregor (interviewee); Hayes, Rosie (correspondent); Burns, Larry (interviewee); Joseph, Emma (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:28)
2. Guyana's government denounces Opposition attacks on the administration's legitimacy. Lawyer Ralph Ramkarran is interviewed (00:29-03:38)
3. Meanwhile thousands of people today attended the funeral of a woman who was found shot outside the headquarters of the governing party on the 9th April 2001. Colin Smith reports (03:39-05:20)
4. European Commission is trying to deflect Ecuador's rejection on the European Union United States banana trade deal. European Commission spokesman on Agriculture Gregor Kreuzhuber is interviewed (05:20-08:06)
5. Almost forty pharmaceutical companies challenging South Africa's right to import cheaper drugs into the country were today said to drop their case. Rosie Hayes reports (08:07-10:10)
6. Why Cuba cannot attend the Summit of Americas in Canada? Prime Minister Denzil Douglas and Larry Burns of the Washington-based Council on Hemispheric Affairs Larry Burns are interviewed (10:11-13:08)
7. American-based environmental group is warning that the region's biggest earner of foreign income could be its most destructive force mass tourism is being blamed for the devastation of coral reefs and the pollution of the sea. Emma Joseph reports (13:09-14:59)
8. Head of the United Nations negotiations on climate change Jan Pronk has urged the United States not to block the Kyoto agreement to reduce global warming (15:00-15:40)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/43512
Date: 2001-04-18


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