Caribbean Report 05-02-1998

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The British government is denying there is a serious dispute among its Ministers over the proposal to grant the right of abode to all residents of UK Overseas territories. Meanwhile, Anguilla's Chief Minister Hubert Hughes and politicain Truman Bodden of the Cayman Islands, state that the British Caribbean Overseas territories have more to fear from the restoration of the right of abode. In Montserrat, the Soufriere Hills volcano has begun emitting ash again and the chief scientist Richie Robertson described the effect of this ash fall. Many in the Caribbean believe that Caribbean men could never be satisfied with a monogamous relationship. Dr. Everold Hosein comments on a survey conducted on male sexual performance and states that norms of Caribbean men have to be changed. CAFRA, Verna St. Rose-Greaves comments on whether women think it is acceptable for men to have multiple sexual partners. In cricket, the West Indies Cricket Board officials are getting tough with fans that run onto the pitch during a match.
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1. Headlines with Orin Gordon and Keith Stone Greaves (00:00-00:27)
2. Britain's Caribbean Overseas territories state that they have more to fear from the restoration of the right of abode (00:28-06:40)
3. Montserrat's Soufriere Hills volcano began emitting ash again and the chief scientist described the effect of the ash fall (06:41-08:54)
4. Dr. Everold Hosein comments on whether Caribbean men could be satisfied with a monogamous relationship and their sexual performance as judged by female partners (08:55-14:22)
5. The West Indies cricket officials get tough with fans that run onto the pitch during a match (14:23-15:05)
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