FSN-12 Beta SP
News Stories - Cuba, Middle East, Sex scandal, Clinton impeachment hearing, Land mines.
00/00/76 C0053941 CABINDA, ANGOLA MPLA RUNNING FORMER GULF REFINERY IN ANGOLA.
00/00/76 C0053941 CABINDA, ANGOLA MPLA RUNNING FORMER GULF REFINERY IN ANGOLA. FCS "ANGOLA - OIL" AERIAL OIL RIG. VAR GROUND SHOTS, LUMBER, STREET SCENES, TROOPS. (RECENT - 20FT - NAT SOF) ANGOLA GULF OIL CO OIL & GAS (SS) ANGOLA 20 FT COL ORIG
Return ticket: [issue of 08 May 2022]
France 24
NEWS; 1975
00:51:00:00,FORD, Gerald Ford at press conference, Erlichman and Halderman leaving court, Ford, Kissinger at meeting, Low angle shots of New York skyscrapers (nice), Shot of New York City bonds (New York fiscal crisis story), Ford rides in car, waves to crowds, Ford assassination attempts, footage, James Schelessinger, Nelson Rockefeller, Ronald Reagan at meeting, Ford arrives in China (nice motorcade shot), Ford sits down to eat, uses chopsticks,VIETNAM EVACUATION, North overruns South in Vietnam, Refugees scramble to get onto helicopters, Statue toppled in Vietnam, Fighting in Cambodia, President Lon Nol of Cambodia,INDIA, Indira Gandhi, gives speech, ending free press, Protestors in streets of India, King Faisel funeral in Saudi Arabia, Sadat there, Oil sprayed and spilled, Ships through reopened Suez Canal,CUBA IN ANGOLA, Waterfall in Angola, Cuban factions in Angola, fighting in streets, Street fighting in Angola,MOROCCO, People celebrate Moroccan Independence, Tank rolls in Morocco, Goncolvich rallies in Portugal, Protestors riot in streets, Franco raises flag, Franco funeral, Juan Carlos coronation, Indonesian consulate stand off in Holland, Hostages released from Consulate,TERRORIST BOMB IN NEW YORK, Rescue teams after bomb explosion at LaGuardia Airport, Flags fly at Helsinki meeting, Helsinki meeting, Russian rocket launch, American rocket launch, Apollo-Soyuz astronauts together in space
Angola Dos Santos Reaction
Angola Dos Santos Reaction
ANGOLA'S BLOODY WAR
AFRICA
USES CONTEMPORARY & HISTORICAL SEQUENCES TO REVIEW THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN AFRICA AND TO POINT OUT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE LEGENDARY AND THE REAL AFRICA. LIVE-ACTION SEQUENCES SHOW THE GREAT VARIETY OF CLIMATE TOPOGRAPHY AND CULTURES TO BE FOUND ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT. AFRICAN STEREOTYPES. THE REAL AFRICA. FULL OF CONTRADICTIONS. AERIAL OF CITY OF ALGIERS. MARKET PLACE. WOMEN WITH THEIR FACES COVERED. FEZ CITY. CAMELS DRINK FROM TROUGH. MUSLIMS. SAHARA DESERT. TRUCK CARRYING WATER, SPRAYS SAND TO KEEP THE DUST DOWN. ARABIANS. IRRIGATION RIVERS. FARMING. DONKEY. TRAFFIC IN CITY. AN IMITATION OF ROMAN IRRIGATION SYSTEMS AND ROMAN HISTORY IN AFRICA. ARABS WITH PITCH FORKS DIGGING IN SAND. ARCHEOLOGISTS. ANCIENT RUINS OF AREANA. STATUES. VAST DESERT. OIL DERRICK TOWER. ODD ANGLE STRAIGHT DOWN TOWER AS CABLES PULL BLOCK UP. OASIS IN EGYPT. LAKE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DESERT. SMALL CANALS. DUMP BASKET OF DIRT ONTO FIELD. AGRICULTURE. OXEN PULL PLOW. MEN & WOMEN HARVEST AND PLANT CROPS. UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC, THE FACE OF THE SPHINX. SAILBOAT ON THE WATER. SHIPS ON THE SUEZ CANAL. MEN WITH HERD OF GOATS. TURBAN. YOUNG KIDS MAKE SANDALS. CAIRO. WEAVING A BASKET. GRAINS AND BEANS. KNEADING DOUGH. MAKING BOWLS. HILLSIDE. HUTS. CU TRADITIONAL DRUM. TRADITIONAL DANCE. AFRICAN TRIBE IN CEREMONIAL COSTUME. CENTRAL AFRICA. ABANDONED SLAVE FORT. MEN ROW IN SURF. BOATS GO UP TO STEAMSHIP TO GET CARGO WHICH IS LOWERED DOWN. SUPER ROUGH WAVES. CROCODILE. HIPPOS UNDER THE WATER. ELEPHANT. GRASS HUTS. PRIMITIVE PEOPLES AND TOOLS. LITTLE BOYS PLAY HUNTING AND CHASE BALL. BABY BEING WAHED BY LITTLE GIRL. KENYA HIGHLANDS. LINE OF MEN HIKE UP INTO THE JUNGLE. FLOWING RIVER. WOMAN PICKS FLOWERS IN A FIELD. BODY JEWELRY. LEARNING TO READ. MT. KILIMANJARO. HUGE HERD OF CATTLE. LIONS, VULTURES IN THE TREES. CROWD AROUND DEAD GIRAFFE. RHINO. ZEBRA. MUSK OX. ANGOLA. CAR RACE. PEOPLE LEAN OUT OF BUILDINGS. MOZAMBIQUE. WOMEN CUT FISH. HUGE PILE. MEN SHOVEL SOMETHING GROSS INTO TRUCK. SOUTH AFRICA. JOHANNESBURG. ON TRAIN. WORKERS ON TRAIN TRACK. MODERN CITY. INDUSTRY. FACTORY. SMOKESTACK. WORKING IN MINES. COAL. BLUE CLAY AT DIAMOND MINE. MEN ANALYZE DIAMOND CHUNKS. WORKERS CHECKED AS THEY LEAVE FACTORY. LOCAL HOSPITAL TRAINING STUDENT NURSES. SICK PEOPLE. CHECKING BABIES. WHITE PEOPLE PLAY SOCCER. EXOTIC BIRDS. MONKEY. BABOON. ON CAR. CATTLE IN PENS ON CATTLE RANCH. BRANDED. WATERFALL WITH RAINBOW.
PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN PRESS CONFERENCE (1987)
B-ROLL OF PRESIDENT PRESS CONFERENCE. TRANSCRIPT: (Not on tape) Q. What concerns you most about the decreasing U.S. oil production and the finding that it could threaten national security, based on that report? The President. Well, it certainly would be if we were ever faced with a crisis. And what has happened to us is that here, in our standard of living and all, they can't find and produce oil for the price that it has gone back down to. It was only the high price that could keep them in business. I remembered I promised you I'd call on you. Q. Thank you, Mr. President, I'm afraid I've caught your laryngitis. The President. Well, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. [Laughter] Iran Arms and Contra Aid Controversy Q. Long before the diversion of funds to the contras, the Tower board has documented 2 years of an extensive U.S. military support for the contras at a time when Congress ruled that to be illegal -- air strips, phony corporations, tax-exempt foundations -- all directed by Oliver North and John Poindexter and, before them, Robert McFarlane, out of the White House. And the question is, how could all this be taking place -- millions and millions of dollars -- without you having known about it, especially at a time when you were calling the contras the moral equivalent of our Founding Fathers? The President. Andrea [Andrea Mitchell, NBC News], I don't believe -- I was aware that there are private groups and private individuals in this country -- I don't believe it was counter to our law that these people were voluntarily offering help, just as we've seen in the past. We had a thing called the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain in the civil war there. And I don't know how much that would amount to. I don't know whether it's enough to keep them in business or not. But I do know that it is absolutely vital that we not back away from this. We've had some experiences in our country where the Congress has turned on a President. Angola was the most recent example, perhaps -- when in Angola, when it ceased being a colony and the civil war broke out there and there was a Communist faction and there was a group that wanted democracy. And an American President asked Congress just for money -- no blood, just money to help the democratic people of Angola have a democratic government. They don't have a democratic government; they have a Communist government now, and there are 37,000 Cuban soldiers fighting their battle. Q. But, sir, if you were truly unaware of the millions of dollars in government money and government operations that North and Poindexter were directing to the contras, what does this -- respectfully, what does this say about your management style? You have said in your speech that your management style in the contra-Iran affair did not match your previous track record. The Tower board criticized your management style. If you were unaware of these things and forgot when you actually approved the Iranian arms sale, what does it say about the way you've been managing the Presidency? The President. Andrea, I've been reading a great deal about my management style. I think that most people in business will agree that it is a proper management style. You get the best people you can to do a job; then you don't hang over their shoulder criticizing everything they do or picking at them on how they're doing it. You set the policy -- and I set the policy in this administration -- and they are then to implement it. And the only time you move is if the evidence is incontrovertible that they are not following policy or they have gone down a road in which they're not achieving what we want. And I think that that is a good management policy. Q. Would you -- [inaudible]? The President. I'm not going to comment now, because all that you've mentioned are involved in investigations. And I, more than anyone, want these investigations to proceed so that I know, and will know, what has been going on that had been kept from me in various covert operations. Q. Thank you. Q. Mr. President, you didn't answer the question on North or Poindexter. Did they deceive you? You didn't answer whether Poindexter and North deceived you. The President. They just didn't tell me what was going on -- -- Q. Did Don Regan deceive you? Q. Did they lie to you? Q. Did Don Regan pressure you, sir, to change your testimony? Q. When are you going to come back and see us again, sir? When are you going to come back -- -- Q. How soon? Q. Let's have another press conference. Q. Let's do it again. Q. How about another half hour? Q. Did the Vice President object to this plan in Iran, Mr. President? You said that -- -- Q. Would you come back and talk to us? Q. -- -- Shultz and Weinberger didn't. Did the Vice President? The President. No. Q. He didn't object to it? Thank you, sir.
Angola Election Preview
Angola Election Preview
4A CNNI AIRCHECK
00/00/76 C0053941 CABINDA, ANGOLA MPLA RUNNING FORMER GULF REFINERY IN ANGOLA.
00/00/76 C0053941 CABINDA, ANGOLA MPLA RUNNING FORMER GULF REFINERY IN ANGOLA. FCS "ANGOLA - OIL" AERIAL OIL RIG: VAR GROUND SHOTS, LUMBER, STREET SCENES, TROOPS. (RECENT - 20FT - NAT SOF) ANGOLA GULF OIL CO OIL & GAS (SS) ANGOLA 20 FT COL ORIG
Angola: the "raptivists" invest the political field
France 24
Togo football team bus strafed: dead and injured
FR3 / France 3
ANGOLA B-ROLL
B-ROLL OF ANGOLA FOR CAROL SIMPSON SPOT ON ANGOLA. COVER FOOTAGE OF PEOPLE INCLUDING SHOTS OF CHILDREN BUILDING RUINS OIL REFINERIES BEAUTY SHOTS OF ANGOLA COUNTRYSIDE
GABON/ANGOLA CABINDA
/n00:00:00:00 /n- [Interview with Prime Minister Casimir Oye Mba African-Americans summit w African leaders// Interview w Angolan official re UNITA rebel attacks on Chevron & Texaco facilities]--- ...
[Opening of the Angolagate trial]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
02/01/76 C0053810 - COLOR CABINDA, ANGOLA A DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDER HAS CLASES ON THE US TO SET UP DIREST CONTACTS WITH THE RUSSIAN BACKED MPLA IN ANGOLA
02/01/76 C0053810 - COLOR CABINDA, ANGOLA A DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDER HAS CLASES ON THE US TO SET UP DIREST CONTACTS WITH THE RUSSIAN BACKED MPLA IN ANGOLA LNC 69800 "CABINDA REPORT" SHOWS: AERIAL OF OIL RIGS AT SDA: MS GULF OIL HUT: GV LOGS: TRACKING SHOT OF VILLAGE STREETS: MS VILLAGERS: MS TROOPS: (SHOT RECENT 52FT NATSOF) OIL & GAS (SS) ANGOLAN GULF OIL CO ANGOLA (SS) LUMBERING UPITN / 52 FT / 16 MM / COLOR / PRINT / R57886
INSIDE AFRICA
/n00:00:00:00 /nBackgrounder of the Angolan Civil War /n (0:00)/ /n
[Arms sales trial in Angola]
FR3 / France 3
02/01/76 C0053810 - COLOR CABINDA, ANGOLA A DEMOCRATIC PRESDENTIAL CONTERNDER HAS CLASED ON THE US TO SET UOP DIRECT CONTRACTS WITH THE RUSSIAN BACKED MPLA IN ANGOLA
02/01/76 C0053810 - COLOR CABINDA, ANGOLA A DEMOCRATIC PRESDENTIAL CONTERNDER HAS CLASED ON THE US TO SET UOP DIRECT CONTRACTS WITH THE RUSSIAN BACKED MPLA IN ANGOLA LNC 69800 "BANINDA REPORT" SHOWS: AERIAL OF OIL RIGS AT SDA: MS GULF OIL HUT: GV LOGS: TRACKING SHOT OF VILALGE STREETS: MS VILALGERS: MS TROOPS: (SHOT RECENT 52FT NATSOF) OIL & GAS (SS) ANGOLAN GULF OIL CO ANGOLA (SS) LUMBERING UPITN / 52 FT / 16 MM / COLOR / PRINT / R57886
Economic expansion of Angola
A2 / France 2