Caribbean Report 27-07-1992



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:33)
2. Former Chief Minister of Montserrat, John Osborne and former cabinet member Noel Tuitt have been charged with fraud. Correspondent Angela Burns reports (00:34-02:44)
3. Correspondent Frank Smith looks at the reception of Cuban President Fidel Castro at the recently ended Ibero-American Summit in Spain (02:45-06:23)
4. Cuba prepares to celebrate the revolution with festivities. Correspondent Lionel Martin reports (06:24-08:40)
5. Following the dumping of toxic incinerated ash on a Haitian beach, environmental protection group Greenpeace calls on the US government to not merely crack down on illegal American waste transfers but also initiate clean up. Greenpeace campaigner Annie Leonard reveals that four years later the toxic ash has not been cleaned up (08:41-13:34)
6. At the Olympic games, Anthony Nesty of Suriname captures the first medal for the Caribbean in the men’s 100m butterfly finals (13:35-14:48)