Caribbean Report 25-11-1996

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Caribbean Report 25-11-1996

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Title: Caribbean Report 25-11-1996
Author: Gordon, Warren (anchor); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); White, James (correspondent); Parmentier, Rene (interviewee); Gordon, Pamela (interviewee); Ruske, George (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. A promise of compromise in the debate for greater autonomy for Tobago and the Montserrat volcano shows signs of life once again baffling scientist. Tony Fraser and James White, Jr report (00:30-04:10)
3. Former Hurricane Marco has revved up once again reaching a tropical storm strength and heading for Cuba. (04:11-04:36)
4. The funerals are taking place in Puerto Rico of those killed last week in an explosion in a shopping center in the capital San Juan. Red Cross officials say that at least twenty-six people died and more than eighty were injured (04:37-05:02)
5. Bermuda and Greenpeace are in talks over an international draft protocol in dumping asbestos. In Bermuda the retirement of the Governor Lord David Waddington has resulted in a breakway tradition in the selection of his success. Rene Parmentier, Greenpeace International, Bermuda's Environment Minister Pamela Gordon are interviewed and George Rushe reports (05:03-11:15)
6. In Britain the campaign to encourage more people of Afro-Caribbean background and other ethnic minorities to join one of the regional police forces has run into difficulties. Chief Inspector Kevin Mohan is interviewed (11:16-14:36)
7. Cricket lovers all over the West Indies would be hoping that their team would make batting history tonight and tomorow morning for a victory over Australia in Brisbane (14:37-15:29)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/42907
Date: 1996-11-25


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