Caribbean Report 27-12-1995

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Caribbean Report 27-12-1995

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Title: Caribbean Report 27-12-1995
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Hayes, Rosie (correspondent); Castro, Fidel (interviewee); Formell, Juan (interviewee); Burac, Maurice (interviewee); Best, Lloyd (interviewee); Douglas, Rosie (interviewee); Garner, Joel (interviewee); Crosskill, Hugh (correspondent); Rush, George (correspondent)
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1. Headlines with Ken Richards (00:00-00:30)
2. Cuban President Fidel Castro attacks sugar industry and construction workers for poor results and not meeting set targets (00:31-02:56)
3. A truck accident in Cuba leaves at least fifteen people dead including three children (02:57-03:21)
4. A call for problems affecting trade between the French and English-speaking Caribbean to be addressed (03:22-05:21)
5. French President Jacques Chirac sends congratulatory message to Haiti's President-elect Rene Preval (05:22-05:48)
6. Lloyd Best believes that the need for reform at a constitutional level in the Caribbean can not be ignored (05:49-08:34)
7. Dominica's Opposition Leader argues that Ecuadorian banana company, NOBIA will now support American objections to Europe's banana regime (08:35-09:40)
8. Joel Garner states that Brian Lara will have a hard time fitting back into the West Indies cricket team (09:41-12:43)
9. The Bermuda Sun newspaper reports that the island has more prisoners per capita than any other democracy (12:44-14:09)
10. Britain's Princess Diana slips out of the country for a Caribbean vacation (14:10-15:00)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/24764
Date: 1995-12-27


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