Caribbean Report 10-09-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 10-09-2001
Author: Orr, Carol (anchor); Amory, Vance (interviewee); Parry, Joseph (interviewee); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); William-Smith, Francis (interviewee); Boldon, Guy (interviewee); Straughn, Glenroy (interviewee); Gordon, Orin (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. Nevis' Premier Vance Amory is sworn in for a third term and says it was the economy which swung the day. Premier Vance Amory and Leader of Nevis' Reformation Party Joseph Parry are interviewed (00:30-06:40)
3. Jamaican's government inquiry into the summer civil unrest has begun (06:41-07:24)
4. Trinidad and Tobago's sprinter Ato Boldon is given a clean bill of health by his National Association. President of the Athletic Association Francis William-Smith and Guy Boldon are interviewed. Tony Fraser reports (07:25-09:59)
5. As critics continue to pour scorn on the achievements of the United Nations World Conference Against Racism one Caribbean delegate insist that the Durban meeting should not be dismissed as a mere talk shop. Delegate of the Pan African Movement of Barbados Glenroy Straugh is interviewed (10:00-12:49)
6. United States Justice Department wants to stop residents of Guyana from travelling to the United States because the Guyanese government will not accept two hundred and forty-four of its nationals who have all been deported (12:50-13:22)
7. Barbados' Deputy Secretary General of the Commomwealth Winston Cox is warning anarchist not to disrupt next month's Summit in the Brisbane, Australia. rin Gordon reports (13:23-15:08)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/44296
Date: 2001-09-10


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