Caribbean Report 13-07-2001



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:35)
2. Jamaica rejects British fears that the West Kingston violence could spill over into London. Glen Smythe of the London Metropolititan Police Federation and Deputy Superintendent of Police James Forbes are interviewed. Adam Greenwald reports (00:36-07:03)
3. Convergence Haiti's Opposition is dissatisfied but is willing to continue with talks to resolve that country's political crisis. Ariel Henry of the Convergence Party is interviewed (07:04-09:48)
4. Trinidad and Tobago's government and opposition today reached a historic agreement to give greater powers to the police commissioner to root out corruption in the police service. Prime Minister Basdeo Panday is interviewed and Tony Fraser reports (09:49-11:28)
5. Why Bermuda wants to become an associate member of Caricom? Premier Jennifer Smith is interviewed (11:29-13:37)
6. Leading Cuban official says that improved relations between Washington and Havana will not be an easy objective under the administration of George W. Bush. Tanya Green Reid reports (13:38-15:32)