Caribbean Report 11-07-1997



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Montserrat's volcano continues to pose danger. Chief Minister Bertrand Osborne is interviewed and Pete Ninvalle reports (00:28-03:20)
3. As the Commonwealth suspends Sierra Leone, the Jamaican Minister on the team is questioned on the perceived double standards. Seymour Mullings, Jamaica's Foreign Minister is interviewed (03:21-06:57)
4. The former Attorney General of Barbados, Henry Ford says he supports the drive by the current Attorney General David Simmons to speed up the establishment of a Caribbean Court of Appeal. Debbie Ransome interviews Attorney General David Simmons (06:58-09:50)
5. A new twist in the story on the assasination of Martin Luther King. Judge Joseph Brown and Clico's Public Relations Officer, Margaret Chow are interviewed. Phillipa Thomas reports (09:51-12:48)
6. Trinidadian men are being brought into the campaign against domestic violence in the country. Johnny Bharath, Christopher Gray are interviewed. Jill Dunagan reports (12:49-15:24)