Caribbean Report 16-10-1997

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Caribbean Report 16-10-1997

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Title: Caribbean Report 16-10-1997
Author: Thomas, Moya (anchor); Smith, Clifford (correspondent); Laurent, Edwin (interviewee); Grant, Bernie (interviewee); Orr, Carol (correspondent); Goffe, Leslie (correspondent); Vance, Amory (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:30)
2. Nevisian Premier Vance Amory continues to defend secession inspite of the failure to gain Caricom support. Premier Amory Vance is interviewed (00:31-04:21)
3. The European Union still cannot say how it will implement the WTO banana ruling. Ambassador Edwin Laurent, Eastern Caribbean Commissioner to Brussels is interviewed and Clifford Smith reports (04:22-09:59)
4. The lack of coordination in the handling of the Montserratian crisis again comes into focus. Member of Parliament Bernie Grant is interviewed (10:00-11:19)
5. The inquiry into the five nights of rioting at Jamaica's two high security prisons in August continues today with one officer testifying. Carol Orr reports (11:20-13:06)
6. A legal battle may be looming in St. Lucia over the continuation of an inquiry into alleged acts of corruption by the former United Workers Party administration (13:07-13:40)
7. If prominent African American political figure Louis Farrakhan had his way the United States would have ground to a halt today. He called on black people to stay away from work and school today to demonstrate their importance to the nation. Black Americans are interviewed and Leslie Goffe reports (13:41-15:29)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/38809
Date: 1997-10-16


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