Caribbean Report 11-08-1989



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:40)
2. Suriname's military is insisting that the rebels put down their arms before the Peace Accord is accepted. Hugh Crosskill interviews Henk Herrenberg, Advisor to Commander Desi Bouterse (00:41-04:31)
3. Financial news (04:32-05:25)
4. In one of its major international diplomatic successes since the revolution thirty years ago, Cuba appears to have won enough support to be elected to the United Nations. Adrian Porter reports (05:26-07:04)
5. The British Anti-Apartheid Movement launches a nationwide demonstration against the planned rebel cricket tour of South Africa. Frank Partridge reports (07:05-09:05)
6. Britain's leading athletes fresh from their triumph of the European championships are battling out for places in the squad for the upcoming Commonwealth Games. Andy Edwards interviews Frank Dobson, British Labour Party MP (09:06-10:49)
7. A British newspaper reviews news of interest in the Caribbean (10:50-14:57)