Caribbean Report 29-04-1993

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Caribbean Report 29-04-1993

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Title: Caribbean Report 29-04-1993
Author: Rowe, Yvette (anchor); Scanlon, Charles (correspondent); Valley, Kenneth (interviewee); Allen, Gary (correspondent); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); Iton, Wayne (interviewee); Smith, Wayne (interviewee)
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Headlines with anchor Yvette Rowe (00:28)
1. Trinidad and Tobago plans to ask the international community to forgive Port of Spain’s substantial debt in the region of 12 billion US dollars, allowing Trinidad to then write off the main part of Guyana’s debt of 509 million dollars (00:33 -02:21)
2. A task force on crime commissioned by the Jamaican government has submitted a damming report on the operations of the country’s security forces (02:22 -05:05)
3. Three men who were scheduled to go to the gallows in Trinidad and Tobago twice in the past year have won another stay of execution as the matter is going back to the privy council, otherwise they would be have been the first to be executed in over ten (05:06 -06:55)
4. The European Community allowed France to curb banana imports from Latin America, after a recent surge of shipments depressed French prices by as much as 40% (06:56-09:30)
5. Tight economic are driving Cubans away from their faith in the revolution and even previous blame on the US embargo on Cuba is beginning to dwindle in (09:31-14:04).
6. An Organisation of African Unity Conference on Reparations for Slavery and Colonialism estimates that the people of Africa, the Caribbean and black Americans are owed 100 trillion US dollars (14:05 -14: 57)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/34543
Date: 1993-04-29


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