Caribbean Report 11-12-1996

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Caribbean Report 11-12-1996

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Title: Caribbean Report 11-12-1996
Author: Gordon, Warren (anchor); Cavallaro, Jenna (correspondence); Hunte, Julian (interviewee); Ninvalle, Pete (correspondent); Goffe, Leslie (correspondent); Bramble, Lawrence (interviewee); Maynard, Charles (interviewee); Watson, Rob (correspondent); Gibb, Tom (correspondent); Assam, Mervyn (interviewee); Martinez Vidale, Carlos (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Nine killed in Puerto Rico in drug related murders. Jenna Cavallaro reporter with the San Juan Star Newspaper is interviewed (00:28-03:28)
3. Former St. Lucia Labour Party Leader Julian Hunte says Castries should not have initiated the controversial shiprider agreement with the United States on its own. Labour Party Leader Julian Hunte and Trinidad and Tobago Foreign Minister Ralph Maraj are interviewed. Pete Ninvalle reports (03:29-06:46)
4. The advice to Caribbean countries at the Miami Conference put technology on your development agenda. Dominica's Minister of Tourism Lawrence Bramble, Dominica's former Minister of Tourism Charles Maynard are interviewed. Leslie Goffe reports (06:47-10:27)
5. The United Nations has called for urgent action to end the use of child labour in both the developing and industrialised world. Rob Watson reports (10:28-12:04)
6. The increasing strength of Cuba's tourism industry. Trinidad and Tobago Industry Minister Mervyn Assam and Hotel Owner Carlos Martinez Vidale are interviewed and Tom Gibb reports (12:05-14:51)
7. The United Nations Security Council has conducted its first and formal vote on who might succeed Dr Boutros Boutros-Ghali of Egypt as President or Secretary General (14:52-15:26)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/42913
Date: 1996-12-11


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