Caribbean Report 11-09-2001

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1. Headlines (00:00:0042)
2. New York's World Trade Centre is the victim of an audicious attack as two hijack airliners bring down its twin one hundred and ten story towers. Leslie Goffe reports (00:43-03:16)
3. Thousand may have died and Caribbean leaders join the international condemnation of the attack. Trinidad and Tobago's Prime Minister Basdeo Panday has strongly condemned the attack. Statements of condemnation also came from the Prime Ministers of Grenada, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Kitts and Nevis and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Meanwhile travel between the Caribbean and the United States has turned into chaos after the United States authorities closed all airports in the aftermath of the attack. Prime Minister Basdeo Panday and Foreign Affairs Minister Mervyn Assam are interviewed. Raymond Edwards and Tony Fraser report (03:17-06:56)
4. Guyana authorities are seeking ways to try and avoid the imposition of sanctions by the United States. Colin Smith reports (06:57-09:01)
5. Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says the report that Libya offers to buy the Eastern Caribbean bananas is not a serious one. Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves is interviewed (09:02-11:31)
6. In Jamaica, it is day two into the commission of inquiry into the viiolence in West Kingston during the first weekend in July. Conrad Hamilton reports (11:32-15:02)