Caribbean Report 29-10-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:34)
2. Concerns about a trade war between the United States and the European Union following EU retaliation against Helms-Burton. State Department spokesman Nicholas Burns and Canada's Ambassador to the EU Jean-Pierre Juneau are interviewed and Ken Richards reports (00:35-03:00)
3. Meanwhile Cuban Preisdent Fidel Castro has held talks in Havana with the Vatican's Foreign Minister in what correspondence says could be a prelude to a meeting between Mr Castro and Pope John Paul in Rome next month (03:01-03:33)
4. Trinidad and Tobago Attorney General denies his country is less than committed to a Caribbean Supreme Court. Attorney General Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj is interviewed (03:34-07:36)
5. A campaign has been launched in Britain for a public inquiry into the death and police custody of people of ethnic minorities (07:37-08:16)
6. Brian Lara the first batsman in the history of cricket to make it to five hundred not out for Warwickshire. High expectations of the new look managment of West Indies cricket as the team prepares for its series against Australia. Warwickshire's Chief Executive Dennis Amiss and Manager Clive Lloyd are interviewed (08:17-15:28)