Caribbean Report 13-04-1998

Table of Contents
1. Headlines with Keith Stone Greaves (00:00-00:22)
2. Roman Catholics in Cuba attend an open air Easter vigil, the first public religious event since the Pope's visit. Rosie Hayes reports (00:23-02:39)
3. Father Patrick Sullivan, the only US priest working in Cuba has been pressured by authorities to leave the island however Cuban authorities denied any role in his departure. Electra Naysmith reports (02:40-04:33)
4. The old city of Havana has seen some 250 experts in restoration arrive to view government's efforts to restore the old city. Tom Gibb speaks to UNESCO, Dr. Sylvio Mutal on the issue (04:34-08:13)
5. Panama has rejected a request from Haiti to extradite former military ruler Raoul Cedras who has been charged with murder and human rights violations (08:14-08:49)
6. Bermuda plans to hold general elections later this year and the Opposition Progressive Labour Party (PLP) has been encouraged by recent by-election results. Orin Gordon reports that whatever happens Bermuda will have a woman Premier (08:50-11:39)
7. A team of British and American doctors has discovered which part of the human immune system fights invasion by the virus that causes AIDS. The findings could prove to be a major breakthrough in the worldwide fight against the disease (11:40-15:10)