Tuesday, April 7, 1998

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  • Clinton Announces Assault Weapons Ban

    President Clinton yesterday announced a ban that will prohibit the importing nearly 60 types of assault weapons. The White House says their plan will stop an estimated 1.5 million semi-automatic rifles like Uzis and AK-47s from entering the United States.

  • Albright Visits Caribbean, Dicussess Trade and Drugs

    Secretary of State Madeleine Albright wrapped up a two-day trip to Trinidad and Tobago yesterday. Albright attended the 15-nation Caribbean Community or CARICOM meeting. Trade and drug issues dominated the agenda.

  • Caribbean Women Experience Increasing Violence

    Violence against women has been growing markedly in the Caribbean in recent years.

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