Caribbean Report 18-12-2001



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. Life in Haiti returns to normal a day after a failed coup attempt. The anchor spoke with Haitian Secretary of State for Public Security about new security measures for the country (00:30-03:05)
3. President of Sinn Féin of Northern Ireland Gerry Adams, unveil a memorial in a park in Havana to the 10 IRA hunger strikers who died in a prison in Belfast in 1981. Daniel Schweimler reports (03:06-05:11)
4. The British Home Office says it is negotiating an agreement to repatriate Jamaican women prisoners in UK jails. Home Office Minister Beverley Hughes tells the anchor there are many hurdles to overcome (05:12-08:04)
5. FIFA will establish a code of conduct for members of its executive committee, in a bid to remove links between committee members and companies they own. Orin Gordon reports on how this will have a direct effect on the dealings of Trinidadian FIFA Vice President Jack Warner (08:05-10:07)
6. UN Secretary General Kofi Annan calls for better treatment of migrants on the occasion of International Migrants Day. Karen Weir highlights the contributions Caribbean migrants made to Britain (10:08-12:11)
7. BBC Caribbean Report special Christmas programming is outlined by Ken Richards (12:12-15:28)