Caribbean Report 13-06-2001

Table of Contents
1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Jamaican pressure group warns that the police have lost control in the troubled West Kingston. Deputy Superintendent of Jamaica's Constabulary Communications Network James Forbes, Prime Minister P. J. Patterson and Dr. Carolyn Gomes of the Pressure Group Jamaican's for Justice are interviewed (00:28-04:26)
3. In Britain, an increase in gun murders and non-fatal shootings is being blamed upon so-called Yardies. Chairman of Scotland Yard Operation Trident Lee Jasper is interviewed and Karen Weir reports (04:27-06:52)
4. Beijing, Havana, Washington triangle that could lead to sanctions against China. Senior White House Correspondent for the Washington Times Bill Samman is interviewed (06:53-11:08)
5. United States Navy today began a fresh bout of bombing practice on the Puerto Rican Island of Vieques. Admiral Kevin Greene Chief Officer of the Navy's Southern Command is interviewed (11:09-12:07)
6. The Hague says no to expelling young Antillean convicts. Henry Viber spokesman for the Antilleans Citizens Committee in the Netherlands and Minister of Integration, The Hague, Roger van Boxtel are interviewed. Geraldine Cockland reports (12:08-13:56)
7. Deputy Secretary General of the Organisation of American States Luigi Einaudi was due in Haiti today for more talks. Luigi Einaudi is interviewed and Emma Joseph reports (13:57-15:36)