Caribbean Report 13-08-1998



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1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Prime Minister Douglas of St. Kitts says it is time to move quickly towards talks on power sharing with Nevis. The American State Department had last week joined Caricom in urging Nevisians to think again about secession. Deputy State Department spokesman James Foley says that as far as the United States is concerned power sharing between St. Kitts and Nevis would not be the business of the United States. Prime Minister Denzil Douglas and United States Department spokesman James Foley are interviewed (00:28-05:29)
3. Puerto Ricans face a series of legal battles over their referendum choices. Frank Woolley News Anchorman at WOSO Radio in San Juan reports (05:30-07:38)
4. Montserrat's British Governor Tony Abbott says he is welcoming news along with many other Montserratians from scientist on the island that the volcano appears to be going quiet after being active for just over three years. Governor Tony Abbott is interviewed (07:39-08:26)
5. Cuba's long standing revolutionary leader Fidel Castro is seventy-two years old today. Keith "Stone" Greaves reports (08:27-11:20)
6. Preview look at that Windies team due to tour South Africa. Warren Gordon reports (11:21-15:20)