Caribbean Report 06-09-1990

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Caribbean Report 06-09-1990

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Title: Caribbean Report 06-09-1990
Author: Whitehorne, Pat (anchor); Goffe, Leslie (correspondent); Anyaoku, Emeka (interviewee); Crosskill, Hugh (correspondent); Hall, Wes, 1937- (interviewee); Ramsamy, Sam (interviewee); Ransome, Debbie (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:49)
2. Suriname’s National Army now in control of a major rebel stronghold but unable to capture the members of the Jungle Commando and the leader, Ronnie Brunswick. Leslie Goffe interviews an army spokesman (00:50-03:56)
3. The Commonwealth Secretary General, Emeka Anyaoku, says that the observer team invited to monitor the electoral process in Guyana will be completely independent and impartial. Hugh Crosskill’s interview with Mr. Anyaoku includes the reaction of the opposition parties in Guyana, electoral reform and the composition of the mission (03:57-08:16)
4. Financial News (08:17-09:05)
5. Barbados’ Minister of Tourism, Wes Hall, responds to an opposition’s call for his resignation because of the decline in the tourism industry. Mr. Hall also states that the government is now on track to reverse the decline (09:06-12:20)
6. President of the International Olympics Committee, Juan Antonio Samaranch, indicates that South Africa may be allowed to participate in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. Comments from Sam Ramsamy, Head of the South African Non-Racial Olympics Committee (12:21-14:32)
7. Former English batsman and captain, Sir Leonard Hutton, died at the age of 74. His top score of 364 runs against Australia in 1938 remains the highest score in a test by an Englishman (14:33-15:02)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/34520
Date: 1990-09-06


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