Caribbean Report 11-03-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. The West Indies cricket team makes it to the World Cup semi-finals with a win over South Africa and goes on to play Australia. Does this win signal a revival of fortunes for the West Indies? Coach Andy Roberts is interviewed and Tony Becker and Peter Baxter report (00:30-07:14)
3. In Trinidad and Tobago five convicted murderers wait to hear whether they would be hanged at dawn. Tony Fraser reports (07:15-08:36)
4. Negotiations between LIAT and its pilots stall as they fail to agree on a mediator (08:37-10:25)
5. The Indo-Guyanese community has paid a high price for its success in the United States. Several Guyanese are interviewed and Leslie Goffe reports (10:26-14:20)
6. A US States Department spokesman says President Bill Clinton plans to sign the Helms-Burton Bill into law tomorrow (14:21-15:03)