Caribbean Report 07-11-1996

Gordon, Warren (anchor)
The British Broadcasting Corporation
Hayes, Rosie (correspondent)
Douglas, Denzil (interviewee)
Jackson, Glenn (interviewee)
Vitalis, David (interviewee)
Herbert, Peter (interviewee)
Orr, Carol (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:28)
2. Cuba anticipates few changes in US policy towards the island in the second Clinton term. Rosie Hayes reports (00:29-02:23)
3. Talk about the separation of Nevis from St. Kitts and Prime Minister Douglas backs the union. Prime Minister Denzil Douglas is interviewed (02:24-05:06)
4. A planned demonstration in St. Vincent against high telephone rates. Editor Glenn Jackson is interviewed (05:06-07:38)
5. The St. Lucian Media Workers Association has been defending the rights of the country's journalist to report about perceptions of a strong influence exerted by the former Prime Minister John Compton over the running of the country's affairs. David Vitalis of the Media Workers Association is interviewed (07:39-09:10)
6. The British government has launched a proposal to increase police powers to search street gangs for knives. The British Home Secretary is preparing legislation which could lead to the imprisonment of foreign dissidents who use London as their base. Chairman of the Black Lawyers Association in Britain Peter Herbert is interviewed. Carol Orr reports (09:11-14:28)
7. The United States Ambassador to the United Nations Madeleine Albright says that Washington still wants to see new leadership at the United Nations (14:29-15:19)