Caribbean Report 13-06-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:30)
2. Guyana's Attorney General does not expect difficulties in getting Rodney's murder suspect Gregory Smith to stand trial. Attorney General Bernard De Santos and Murder Accused Gregory Smith are interviewed (00:31-04:44)
3. British Food Giant Tesco denies snubbing Windwards banana. Tesco's Corporate Affairs Manager David Saudy and Dominican Opposition Leader Rosie Douglas are interviewed (04:45-08:22)
4. Spain's new conservative government will cut aid to Cuba unless Fidel Castro moves toward democracy. The announcement came from the country's Foreign Ministry. Carol Orr reports (08:23-09:46)
5. The Commomwealth has tonight announced a breakthrough in its bid to persuade Nigeria to improve its political and human rights record (09:47-10:39)
6. A British Charity wants the United Kingdom to pay the airfares of dislocated Montserratians. Janice Pantin of Christian Aid (10:40-13:57)
7. The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Relief Agency (CDERA) says it is taking practical steps to ensure that regional states are as prepared as can be to deal with the possibility of a hurricane disaster. Stephen Louis, Caribbean Disaster Emergency Relief Agency is interviewed (13:58-15:18)