Caribbean Report 31-01-2002

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Title: Caribbean Report 31-01-2002
Author: Joseph, Emma (anchor); Orr, Carol (correspondent); Marville, Orlando (interviewee); Richardson, Wycliffe (correspondent); Luhrman, Deborah (interviewee); Ward, Curtis A. (interviewee); Goffe, Leslie (correspondent); Lawrence, Chris (correspondent); Crosskill, Simon (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:21)
2. A CARICOM mission leaves Haiti after holding talks with the ruling Lavalas Party and the main opposition coalition Democratic Convergence (00:22-01:52)
3. Emma Joseph interviews Orlando Marville, Barbados’s former Ambassador to Brussels who headed the Organization of American States delegation to Haiti during elections there (01:53-04:38)
4. At an O.E.C.S. summit meeting in Anguilla, St. Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr. Denzil Douglas calls on all eastern Caribbean states to implement measures that will enable them to sustain themselves in the future, after the events of September 11th, 2001 (04:39-06:22)
5. The World Tourism Organization reports that the tourism industry worldwide has been hit by several disasters. Emma Joseph reports (06:23-09:20)
6. The World Economic Forum opens with talks on everything from reducing poverty to boosting security. However, none of the participants are from the Caribbean (09:21-11:05)
7. The West Indies cricket team gets off to a reasonable start in the historic series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates. Chris Lawrence reports from Sharjah (11:06-12:39)
8. The National Premier League of Jamaica experiences an influx of foreign players mostly from Nigeria. Simon Crosskill is asked, “why the foreign recruitment” (12:40-15:20)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/45120
Date: 2002-01-31


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