Artist Ben Eine's work makes it to the White House
Artist Ben Eine's work makes it to the White House; ENGLAND: London: INT ITN reporter along with Ben Eine (Artist) (aka Ben Flynn) in his studio Close up of Eine Ben Eine (Artist) interview SOT - On having one of his graffiti art pieces given by David Cameron to Barack Obama
ANTI ABORTION SIDEWALKS
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SJT THE WORLD CRIES PEELED
FR3 / France 3
Egypt US Embassy
AP-APTN-0930: Egypt US Embassy Thursday, 13 September 2012 STORY:Egypt US Embassy- Heavy security around US embassy in Cairo LENGTH: 01:07 FIRST RUN: 0730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 858643 DATELINE: Cairo - 13 Sept 2012 LENGTH: 01:07 SHOTLIST 1. Wide of riot police sitting on the ground on the street leading to the US Embassy, barbed wire in foreground 2. Mid of barbed wire and riot shields 3. Security in the street leading to the embassy, seen through barbed wire 4. Mid of two burned police cars in front of the US Embassy, seen through barbed wire 5. Wide of the two burned cars and barbed wire blocking the street 6. Sign above of the entrance to the embassy reading (English) "The Embassy of the United States of America", with graffiti written over and around it reading (Arabic) "There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah" and "Bin Laden" 7. Close-up of the sign and graffiti 8. Mid of closed embassy entrance 9. Mid of barrier blocking street 10. Various of police with riot gear in the street near the embassy 11. Various of barbed wire blocking street leading to embassy STORYLINE Heavy security was in place around the United States Embassy in Cairo on Thursday, after a crowd attacked the building reportedly to protest against an anti-Islamic film produced in the US. It followed an attack on a US Consulate in Libya during which the US ambassador, Chris Stevens, and three American members of his staff were killed. US President Barack Obama ordered increased security at US missions around the world after the killings and angry protests in Cairo. The four diplomats were killed on Tuesday as protesters overran and burned the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. In the Egyptian capital, the American Embassy was breached by protesters, and the US flag was ripped down, although no deaths were reported. US officials are also investigating whether the attack in Libya was a terrorist strike planned to mark the 11th anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001. Initial reports were that both the Libya and Egypt events had been motivated by anger over the anti-Muslim film made in the United States. Obama made separate calls on Tuesday evening to the presidents of Libya and Egypt, urging them to work with the US to ensure the safety of diplomatic personnel. Obama told Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi "he rejects efforts to denigrate Islam, but underscored that there is never any justification for violence against innocents and acts that endanger American personnel and facilities," the White House said. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN (Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-09-13-12 0538EDT
++Egypt US Embassy
AP-APTN-0730: ++Egypt US Embassy Thursday, 13 September 2012 STORY:++Egypt US Embassy- Heavy security around US embassy in Cairo LENGTH: 01:07 FIRST RUN: 0730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 858643 DATELINE: Cairo - 13 Sept 2012 LENGTH: 01:07 SHOTLIST 1. Wide of riot police sitting on the ground on the street leading to the US Embassy, barbed wire in foreground 2. Mid of barbed wire and riot shields 3. Security in the street leading to the embassy, seen through barbed wire 4. Mid of two burned police cars in front of the US Embassy, seen through barbed wire 5. Wide of the two burned cars and barbed wire blocking the street 6. Sign above of the entrance to the embassy reading (English) "The Embassy of the United States of America", with graffiti written over and around it reading (Arabic) "There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah" and "Bin Laden" 7. Close-up of the sign and graffiti 8. Mid of closed embassy entrance 9. Mid of barrier blocking street 10. Various of police with riot gear in the street near the embassy 11. Various of barbed wire blocking street leading to embassy STORYLINE Heavy security was in place around the United States Embassy in Cairo on Thursday, after a crowd attacked the building reportedly to protest against an anti-Islamic film produced in the US. It followed an attack on a US Consulate in Libya during which the US ambassador, Chris Stevens, and three American members of his staff were killed. US President Barack Obama ordered increased security at US missions around the world after the killings and angry protests in Cairo. The four diplomats were killed on Tuesday as protesters overran and burned the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. In the Egyptian capital, the American Embassy was breached by protesters, and the US flag was ripped down, although no deaths were reported. US officials are also investigating whether the attack in Libya was a terrorist strike planned to mark the 11th anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001. Initial reports were that both the Libya and Egypt events had been motivated by anger over the anti-Muslim film made in the United States. Obama made separate calls on Tuesday evening to the presidents of Libya and Egypt, urging them to work with the US to ensure the safety of diplomatic personnel. Obama told Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi "he rejects efforts to denigrate Islam, but underscored that there is never any justification for violence against innocents and acts that endanger American personnel and facilities," the White House said. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN (Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-09-13-12 0433EDT
Artist Ben Eine's work makes it to the White House
Artist Ben Eine's work makes it to the White House; ENGLAND: Hastings: INT Ben Flynn (aka Ben Eine, Artist) interview SOT - Obama's got original painting and Cameron has a print / one is nicer than other, one is worth more / not massive fan of his work but both use typography and messages so is similarity Flynn showing reporter photographs of trains he had sprayed with graffiti (in the past) EXT 'Love' graffiti on wall Wall covered in graffiti Reporter to camera Low Angle shot of exterior of Flynn's studio INT Flynn choosing cans of paint in studio Artwork on desk PAN to Flynn at work Close Shots of Flynn signing his work
[Get lucky: the hit of summer 2013]
A2 / France 2
Presidential election: Barack Obama expresses support for Emmanuel Macron
Presidential election: Barack Obama expresses support for Emmanuel Macron; Presidential election: Barack Obama expresses support for Emmanuel Macron; Occitanie: Tarn: Saint-Juery: EXT Low angle shot man along through market Vegetables moved along, Macron and Le Pen posters behind defaced with graffiti Various of French cheese on sale Vox pop cheesemonger Various shots Coralline Ruinier (Macron campaigner) chatting with people and interview SOT Marine Le Pen poster defaced with swastika and Hitler moustache
PIKETTY PORTRAIT
FR3 / France 3
++Mexico US Drug War
AP-APTN-2330: ++Mexico US Drug War Monday, 19 July 2010 STORY:++Mexico US Drug War- NEW Ongoing violence around the country, DOS Comments LENGTH: 02:53 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: Pt No Access Mexico/NAmerica/Internet TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: UNIVISION/DOS TV/ABC STORY NUMBER: 651754 DATELINE: Various - 17/18/19 July 2010 LENGTH: 02:53 UNIVISION - NO ACCESS MEXICO DOS TV - AP CLIENTS ONLY ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA/INTERNET SHOTLIST: UNIVISION - NO ACCESS MEXICO Monterrey, Nuevo Leon - 19 July 2010 1. Zoom in from military truck and soldier to bullet marks in wall of house 2. Mid of soldiers next to a body 3. Pan of bullet clips 4. Wide of investigators at crime scene Cuernavaca, Morelos - 19 July 2010 ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 5. Wide of firefighters and ambulance 6. Mid of soldiers walking 7. Mid of front of the house where the first grenade exploded 8. Zoom out from door broken by the explosion 9. Pan glass on ground 10. Mid of soldiers running 11. Mid of smoke coming from window 12. Mid broken window 13. Pan right from broken window smoke stains above it 14. Mid of police outside the building Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua - 19 July 2010 15. Pan of graffiti on a wall reading (Spanish): "FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), you have to investigate the authorities who are supporting the Sinaloa cartel. If not, we will set more car bombs against the federal police. If in 15 days there are no results - arrest of corrupted federal authorities - we will load a car with 100 kilograms of C4 (type of plastic explosive)." 16. Close of graffiti Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua - 18 July 2010 17. Wide of plane on tarmac and federal police walking on tarmac 18. Closer shot of the same 19. Wide of motorway with federal police trucks passing 20. Federal police van driving away 21. Motorcade of police cars Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua - 17 July 2010 22. Mid of police officers where the car bomb exploded 23. Wide of the same 24. Mid of burnt car on street DOS TV - AP CLIENTS ONLY Washington - 19 July 2010 25. State Department Spokesman Philip J. Crowley walks to lectern 26. Close of reporter asking question 27. SOUNDBITE: (English) Philip J. Crowley, Assistant Secretary Of State For Public Affairs: "It may represent a different tactic, but I think we've recognised all along that, you know, unfortunately, these drug cartels, they have an enormous amount of resources at their disposal. They can buy any kind of capability they want. But we are determined, working with Mexico, to do everything in our power to reduce this violence that affects not only the Mexican people, but our own." ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA/INTERNET Arlington, Virginia - 19 July 2010 28. Mid of officials at podium 29. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alan Bersin, Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection: "The border is more resourced and more secure than it has ever been, but the work continues and the challenge remains." 30. Mid of Bersin leaving STORYLINE: A day after a bloody attack killed 18 people at a party in Torreon, Mexico, violence continued around the country on Monday. In Monterrey, a drug gang blocked off a street during a shooting early in the day, local television station reported. According to local media, one man was killed, his body lying in the street for hours after the attack. Police cordoned off the area while forensics scoured the crime scene for clues. Elsewhere, local media reported grenade attacks on two homes in Cuernavaca, Morelos state. One shattered windows in a door, but injured no one. No one was hurt in the other grenade attack, which ignited a blaze. In Ciduad Juarez, where a car bomb killed three people last week, a graffiti message scrawled on a wall on Monday threatened more attacks in the city across the border from El Paso, Texas. The message directed its threat at the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and the US Drug Enforcement Administration, demanding an investigation of Mexican law enforcement officials who "support the Sinaloa cartel". The Sinaloa cartel - one of the world's most powerful drug-trafficking organisations - has been battling the Juarez cartel for control of Ciudad Juarez in a two-year-old war that has converted the city into one of the world's deadliest. Messages that presumed drug-gang members have scrawled on walls and banners and attached to the bodies of their victims frequently accuse Mexican federal forces of protecting the Sinaloa cartel, a charge President Felipe Calderon's administration vehemently denies. Monday's graffiti message said there would be another car bomb unless "corrupt" federal officials are arrested within 15 days. There was no way to verify the authenticity of the message. The FBI and the US Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms and Explosives are aiding the Mexicans in the car bomb investigation, officials from those agencies have said. Government troops and police stepped up their presence in Ciudad Juarez after the attack. To the north of the border, US officials denounced the bombing and announced their own security plans. "These drug cartels, they have an enormous amount of resources at their disposal. They can buy any kind of capability they want. But we are determined, working with Mexico, to do everything in our power to reduce this violence that affects not only the Mexican people, but our own," said State Department Spokesman Philip J. Crowley. At the Pentagon, officials described new security measures. National Guard troops will head to the US-Mexican border August 1 for a year-long deployment to keep a lookout for illegal border crossers and smugglers and help in criminal investigations, federal officials said on Monday. The troops will be armed but can use their weapons only to protect themselves, General Craig McKinley, chief of the National Guard Bureau, told a Pentagon news conference. The troops will undergo initial training and be fully deployed along the nearly 2,000-mile (3220-kilometre) southern border by September. The announcement provides details on how the government will implement President Barack Obama's May decision to bolster border security. "The border is more secure and more resourced than it has ever been, but there is more to be done," said Alan Bersin, commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, part of the Homeland Security Department. The 1,200 troops will be distributed among four border states, with Arizona getting 524; Texas, 250; California, 224 and New Mexico, 72. Another 130 would be assigned to a national liaison office. Bersin also said the Homeland Security Department will provide six more aircraft, including helicopters, to the border effort. He said at least 300 Customs and Border Protection agents and inspection officers would be sent to the Tucson, Arizona, area, along with mobile surveillance vans and additional technology. Mexico's drug violence has killed nearly 25,000 people since December 2006, when Calderon deployed thousands of troops and federal police to fight the cartels in their strongholds. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 07-19-10 2040EDT
Barack Obama speech to students in Jerusalem
Barack Obama speech to students in Jerusalem; Man smoking cigarette Dr Riyad Hodali (Birzeit University) interview SOT EXT Reporter to camera 'Death To Israel' graffiti on separation barrier (wall)
Mexico US Drug War
AP-APTN-0930: Mexico US Drug War Tuesday, 20 July 2010 STORY:Mexico US Drug War- REPLAY Ongoing violence, DOS Comments, funeral palour of slain partygoers LENGTH: 03:22 FIRST RUN: 0330 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: UNIVISION/DOS TV/ABC/TV AZTECA STORY NUMBER: 651786 DATELINE: Various - 19 July 2010 LENGTH: 03:22 UNIVISION - NO ACCESS MEXICO ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA/INTERNET DOS TV - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 19 JULY 2010) UNIVISION - NO ACCESS MEXICO Monterrey, Nuevo Leon - 19 July 2010 1. Zoom in from wide of military truck and soldier to bullet marks in wall of house 2. Mid of soldiers next to a body in street 3. Pan of bullet clips 4. Wide of investigators at crime scene (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 19 JULY 2010) UNIVISION - NO ACCESS MEXICO Cuernavaca, Morelos - 19 July 2010 ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 5. Wide of firefighters and ambulance 6. Mid of soldiers walking 7. Mid of front of the house where the first grenade exploded ++MUTE++ 8. Zoom out from door broken by the explosion ++MUTE++ 9. Pan glass on ground ++MUTE++ 10. Mid of soldiers running 11. Mid of smoke coming from window 12. Mid of broken window 13. Pan right from broken window to smoke stains above it 14. Mid of police outside the building (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 19 JULY 2010) UNIVISION - NO ACCESS MEXICO Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua - 19 July 2010 15. Pan of graffiti on a wall reading (Spanish): "FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), you have to investigate the authorities who are supporting the Sinaloa cartel. If not, we will set more car bombs against the federal police. If in 15 days there are no results - arrest of corrupted federal authorities - we will load a car with 100 kilograms of C4 (type of plastic explosive)." 16. Close of graffiti (FIRST RUN 0330 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 20 JULY 2010) TV AZTECA- NO ACCESS MEXICO Torreon, Coahuila - 19 July 2010 ++MUTE++ 17. Wide of people next to the door of building where 18 people were killed on Sunday 18. Mid of police officer and police truck 19. Wide of police tape around the building 20. Mid and close of bloody handprint on a wall 21. Various exterior shots of funeral parlour (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 19 JULY 2010) UNIVISION - NO ACCESS MEXICO Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua - 18 July 2010 22. Wide of plane on tarmac and federal police walking on tarmac 23. Closer shot of the same 24. Wide of motorway with federal police trucks passing 25. Federal police van driving away 26. Motorcade of police cars (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 19 JULY 2010) UNIVISION - NO ACCESS MEXICO Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua - 17 July 2010 27. Mid of police officers where car bomb exploded 28. Wide of the same 29. Mid of burnt car on street (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 19 JULY 2010) DOS TV - AP CLIENTS ONLY Washington, DC, US - 19 July 2010 30. State Department Spokesman Philip J. Crowley walks to lectern 31. Close of reporter asking question 32. SOUNDBITE: (English) Philip J. Crowley, Assistant Secretary Of State For Public Affairs: "It may represent a different tactic, but I think we've recognised all along that, you know, unfortunately, these drug cartels, they have an enormous amount of resources at their disposal. They can buy any kind of capability they want. But we are determined, working with Mexico, to do everything in our power to reduce this violence that affects not only the Mexican people, but our own." (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 19 JULY 2010) ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA/INTERNET Arlington, Virginia, US - 19 July 2010 33. Mid of officials at podium 34. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alan Bersin, Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection: "The border is more resourced and more secure than it has ever been, but the work continues and the challenge remains." 35. Mid of Bersin leaving STORYLINE: A day after a bloody attack killed 18 people at a party in Torreon, Mexico, violence continued around the country on Monday. In Monterrey, a drug gang blocked off a street during a shooting early in the day, local television station reported. According to local media, one man was killed, his body lying in the street for hours after the attack. Police cordoned off the area while forensics scoured the crime scene for clues. Elsewhere, local media reported grenade attacks on two homes in Cuernavaca, Morelos state. One shattered windows in a door, but injured no one. No one was hurt in the other grenade attack, which ignited a blaze. In Ciudad Juarez, where a car bomb killed three people last week, a graffiti message scrawled on a wall on Monday threatened more attacks in the city across the border from El Paso, Texas. The message directed its threat at the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and the US Drug Enforcement Administration, demanding an investigation of Mexican law enforcement officials who "support the Sinaloa cartel". The Sinaloa cartel - one of the world's most powerful drug-trafficking organisations - has been battling the Juarez cartel for control of Ciudad Juarez in a two-year-old war that has converted the city into one of the world's deadliest. Messages that presumed drug-gang members have scrawled on walls and banners and attached to the bodies of their victims frequently accuse Mexican federal forces of protecting the Sinaloa cartel, a charge President Felipe Calderon's administration vehemently denies. Monday's graffiti message said there would be another car bomb unless "corrupt" federal officials are arrested within 15 days. There was no way to verify the authenticity of the message. The FBI and the US Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms and Explosives are aiding the Mexicans in the car bomb investigation, officials from those agencies have said. Government troops and police stepped up their presence in Ciudad Juarez after the attack. To the north of the border, US officials denounced the bombing and announced their own security plans. "These drug cartels, they have an enormous amount of resources at their disposal. They can buy any kind of capability they want. But we are determined, working with Mexico, to do everything in our power to reduce this violence that affects not only the Mexican people, but our own," said State Department Spokesman Philip J. Crowley. At the Pentagon, officials described new security measures. National Guard troops will head to the US-Mexican border August 1 for a year-long deployment to keep a lookout for illegal border crossers and smugglers and help in criminal investigations, federal officials said on Monday. The troops will be armed but can use their weapons only to protect themselves, General Craig McKinley, chief of the National Guard Bureau, told a Pentagon news conference. The troops will undergo initial training and be fully deployed along the nearly 2,000-mile (3,220-kilometre) southern border by September. The announcement provides details on how the government will implement US President Barack Obama's May decision to bolster border security. "The border is more secure and more resourced than it has ever been, but there is more to be done," said Alan Bersin, commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, part of the Homeland Security Department. The 1,200 troops will be distributed among four border states, with Arizona getting 524; Texas, 250; California, 224 and New Mexico, 72. Another 130 would be assigned to a national liaison office. Bersin also said the Homeland Security Department will provide six more aircraft, including helicopters, to the border effort. He said at least 300 Customs and Border Protection agents and inspection officers would be sent to the Tucson, Arizona, area, along with mobile surveillance vans and additional technology. Mexico's drug violence has killed nearly 25-thousand people since December 2006, when Calderon deployed thousands of troops and federal police to fight the cartels in their strongholds. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 07-20-10 0530EDT
USA: Barack Obama’s 100 days in the White House
FR3 / France 3
Murals on wall in Bronzeville neighbourhood
WGN - Chicago, IL, U.S. - Murals on wall in Bronzeville neighbourhood on Tuesday, August 25, 2020.
Libya Doctor
AP-APTN-0930: Libya Doctor Thursday, 13 September 2012 STORY:Libya Doctor- Doctor who tried to save US diplomat Chris Stevens says he died of smoke inhalation LENGTH: 01:42 FIRST RUN: 0230 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Arabic/Nats SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 858610 DATELINE: Benghazi - 12 Sept 2012 LENGTH: 01:42 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of main gate outside Benghazi Medical Centre ++NIGHT SHOT++ 2. Tracking shot through hospital corridor 3. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Dr. Ziad Buzaid, Benghazi Medical Centre: "The US ambassador arrived at almost 1300 local time (1100 GMT). We received the case. There were traces of smoke on his face and the smell of smoke on his body, he was dead. I tried the usual first aid in cases of suffocation, I tried CPR for an hour-and-a-half. We used recovery drugs but unfortunately there was no response. Then, around 1345 local time (1145 GMT), we announced the official time of death. There were no bruises on his body, his body had no injuries. There was only the smell of smoke, suffocation is the main reason for death." 4. Various exteriors of fire damage to US Consulate building 5. Mid of burnt out car in parking area 6. Mid of graffiti reading (Arabic) "Allah Akbar (God is great)" written on wall of building 7. Interior shot of burnt out meeting room 8. Wide exterior of consulate building, swimming pool in foreground STORYLINE: America's ambassador to Libya died of asphyxiation, apparently from smoke inhalation, after being caught up in an attack in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, according to the doctor who treated him. Chris Stevens, 52, was killed when he and a group of embassy employees went to the US consulate to try to evacuate staff as the building came under attack on Tuesday by a mob with guns and rocket propelled grenades. He was brought by Libyans to the Benghazi Medical Centre without other Americans, and no one at the facility apparently knew who he was. "There were traces of smoke on his face and the smell of smoke on his body, he was dead," said Dr. Ziad Buzaid. "I tried the usual first aid in cases of suffocation, I tried CPR for an hour-and-a-half. We used recovery drugs but unfortunately there was no response. Then, around 1345 local time (1145 GMT), we announced the official time of death. "There were no bruises on his body, his body had no injuries. There was only the smell of smoke, suffocation is the main reason for death." Three other Americans were also killed in the attack, which is said to have been carried out by protesters angry over a film that ridiculed Islam's Prophet Muhammad. Footage from the scene on Wednesday showed the scorched remains of the consulate building. Stevens was a career diplomat who spoke Arabic and French and had already served two tours in Libya, including running the office in Benghazi during the revolt against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. He was confirmed as ambassador to Libya by the Senate earlier this year. His death deprives the United States of someone widely regarded as one of the most effective American envoys to the Arab world. In his unfailingly polite and friendly manner, Stevens brokered tribal disputes and conducted US outreach efforts in Jerusalem, Cairo, Damascus and Riyadh. As a rising star in US foreign policy, he cheerily returned to Libya four months ago, determined to see a democracy rise where Gadhafi's dictatorship flourished for four decades. President Barack Obama's administration, roiled by the first killing of a US ambassador in more than 30 years, is investigating whether the assault on the consulate was a planned terrorist strike to mark the anniversary of the 11 September, 2001 attacks and not a spontaneous mob enraged over the anti-Islam video. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN (Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-09-13-12 0618EDT
Tipping Point art exhibition to raise funds for the homeless
Tipping Point art exhibition to raise funds for the homeless; Tipping Point art exhibition to raise funds for the homeless; ****Chris Levine (Artist) talks about his work over following shot SOT**** Photograph of Queen Elizabeth II with her eyes closed taken by Levine Chris Levine (Artist) interview continues SOT CUTAWAYS Various of reporter, Baker and Levine looking at photograph of the Queen Photograph of the Queen with her eyes closed Baker descriibing print of a painting by graffiti artist Ben Eine, the original of which was presented by then Prime MInister David Cameron to then US President Barack Obama SOT
Libya Military
AP-APTN-1830: Libya Military Thursday, 24 February 2011 STORY:Libya Military- REPLAY Benghazi military base abandoned after days of fighting LENGTH: 01:55 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 677024 DATELINE: Benghazi - 24 Feb 2011 LENGTH: 01:55 PLEASE IGNORE SCRIPT SENT EARLIER AND REPLACE WITH FOLLOWING, WHICH CLARIFIES SUPER CAPTION FOR THE SPEAKER AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST 1. Wide pan of damaged buildings 2. Graffiti on wall depicting Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi as a devil with the words (English) 'Game Over' written nearby, pan to burnt out military vehicle 3. Truck carrying munition launchers with men dressed in fatigues driving past cheering residents (AUDIO) gunfire 4. Wide of burnt out building 5. Pan of burnt out cars on street 6. Close of Libyan government sign on box of munitions, zoom out to vehicle carrying munitions taking off 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Hatif Hasia, Benghazi resident: "This was the biggest army barracks in Benghazi, was the residence of Colonel Gadhafi, and it was attacked three nights ago by civilians with home-made bombs, with tractors, with rollers and with other things which we don't know until now. But it seems that there was a heavy artillery from inside and we found, a lot of eyewitnesses found executed people from inside. It seems that there was a rebellion inside the barracks, plus the other people from outside the perimeter and it was breached three nights ago." 8. Various of smoking and damage buildings in military base complex 9. Wide interior shot of large storage facility, pan of tanks parked in facility 10. Various of men clambering on tanks inside storage facility, one making a victory sign for the cameras 11. Wide of abandoned tank in field STORYLINE Residents of Benghazi displayed their control over Libya's second largest city on Thursday, riding on captured tanks and hauling off munitions seized from the areas military base. The city is at the forefront of the uprising against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and now appears to be completely in the control of civilians who rose up and overwhelmed government buildings and the army base. The severely damaged military base in the centre of the city is a ghost town, left to civilians who pose for the cameras astride captured army vehicles. The base was taken over after days of fierce fighting earlier in the week. Speaking at the still smouldering barracks on Thursday, local resident Hatif Hasia said the facility had been taken over by "civilians with home-made bombs, with tractors, with rollers." He also said eyewitnesses claim a military rebellion had also taken place inside the barracks with a group of soldiers taking up arms with local residents. Gadhafi's crackdown has so far helped him maintain control of Tripoli, a city that holds about a third of Libya's six (m) million population. But the uprising has divided the country and threatened to push it toward civil war. In cities like Benghazi and across the east, tribal leaders, residents and military officers have formed local administrations, passing out weapons looted from the security forces' arsenals. Gadhafi's control now has been reduced to the northwest corner around Tripoli, the southwest deserts and parts of the centre. International momentum has been building for action to punish Gadhafi's regime for the bloodshed. Both US President Barack Obama and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have raised the possibility of international sanctions. Another proposal gaining some traction was for the United Nations to declare a no-fly zone over Libya to prevent it using warplanes to hit protesters. Italy's Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said Wednesday estimates of some one-thousand people killed in the violence in Libya were "credible," although he stressed information about casualties was incomplete. The New York-based Human Rights Watch has put the death toll at nearly 300, according to a partial count. Moammar Gadhafi's son claimed on Thursday that the reported death tolls have been exaggerated, although he didn't provide his own figure. In a press conference aired on state TV, he said the number killed by police and the army had been limited and "talking about hundreds and thousands (killed) is a joke." He also said a committee had been formed to investigate alleged foreign involvement in the protests. 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Germany Wall Speeches 2 - WRAP Leaders enter Brandenburg Gate, concert
NAME: GER WALL SPEE2 20091109I TAPE: EF09/1052 IN_TIME: 10:31:33:09 DURATION: 00:05:59:20 SOURCES: ZDF Germany DATELINE: Berlin - 9 November 2009 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Leaders walk through the Brandenburg Gate from left to right: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown; French President Nicolas Sarkozy; German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev 2. Close of Merkel 3. Mid of US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton 4. Close of Sarkozy to pan left of Merkel 5. Wide of leaders 6. Close of Medvedev 7. Wide of leaders 8. Pan over faces of Medvedev, Merkel, Sarkozy, and Brown ++PLEASE NOTE THESE PICTURES WERE SHOT BEFORE THE LEADERS WALKED THROUGH BRANDENBURG GATE++ 9. Wide of people gathered for the classical music concert at Brandenburg Gate 10. Daniel Barenboim, leading the Staatskapelle Orchestra 11. Pan down of the Brandenburg Gate 12. Pan of Merkel, Sarkozy, and Brown with his wife Sarah, to former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev 13. Close of Clinton 14. Wide of concert 15. Leaders and officials clapping their hands 16. Wide of concert, crowd clapping 17. Wide of Brandenburg gate 18. Sarkozy approaching lectern 19. SOUNDBITE (French) Nicolas Sarkozy, French President (++SOUNDBITE FINISHES ON CROWD SHOT++): "It (the fall of the Berlin Wall) is a call to us all to fight oppression, to fight the walls which still divide people and territories across the world. This then is the message that the reunited Europe is proud to carry to the world." 20. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Dmitry Medvedev, Russian President: (++SOUNDBITE STARTS ON WIDE OF BRANDENBURG GATE AND IS OVERLAID WITH VARIOUS SHOTS OF CEREMONY++) "Here in Berlin I would like to say that we all hope that the period of confrontation has faded into the past, the transition to a new multi-polar world is today vitally important to the majority, to all countries in Europe and the rest of the world, and the need for unity is vital to us all. The world continues to respond to the most serious threats, be the economic or regional. We are all fighting together against terrorism, against crime and I hope hope that we have all turned our backs of dividing barriers that separated us before." 21. High shot of ceremony 22. SOUNDBITE (English) Gordon Brown, British Prime Minister (++SOUNDBITE FINISHES ON CROWD SHOT++): "You tore down the wall that for a third-of-a-century had imprisoned half a city, half a country, half a continent, and half the world. This wall was torn down not by leaders, not by, not by military might. This wall was torn down by the greatest force of all - the unbreakable spirit of the men and women of Berlin. You dared to dream in the darkness. You know that while force has temporary power to dominate, it can never ultimately decide." 23. SOUNDBITE (English) Hillary Rodham Clinton, US Secretary of State (++SOUNDBITE STARTS ON CROWD SHOT++) "And tonight we remember the Germans on both sides of the Wall, but particularly the Germans in the East, who stood up and finally were able to say 'No more. Freedom is our birth right and we will take it by our own hands.' We know that millions of hearts, of minds, and hands were behind those who literally tore down the Wall." 24. Wide of Brandenburg gate 25. SOUNDBITE (English) Barack Obama, US President: (speaking in a video message) "Like so many Americans, I'll never forget the images of people tearing down the Wall. There could not be a clearer rebuke of tyranny. There could be no stronger affirmation of freedom. This anniversary is a reminder that human destiny will be what we make of it. For Germans, the Wall was a painful barrier between family and friends. And for so many across Eastern Europe, it was one symbol of a system that denied people the freedoms that should be the right of every human being. And yet, even in the face of tyranny, people insisted the world could change. And those countries that got trapped on the other side of an Iron Curtain, they had the courage and resolve to hold fast to the belief in a better future." 26. Merkel approaching lectern 27. SOUNDBITE (German) Angela Merkel, German Chancellor: "I think nearly everyone who was alive at the time can remember what he or she were doing and feeling on this evening. For me, it was one of the happiest moments of my life. Ladies and gentlemen, it was an epic turn of an era. We know that today. The Germany, the Europe, indeed the world, which were divided into two blocs, were brought together. Finally, the end of the Cold War had arrived." 28. Brown and Sarkozy applauding STORYLINE Thousands of cheering Germans re-enacted the electrifying moment the Berlin Wall came cras hing down, toppling 1,000 graffiti-adorned 8-foot-tall dominoes that tumbled along the route of the now vanished Cold War icon, celebrating 20 years of freedom from separation and fear. The spectacle, billed by organisers as a metaphor for the way the real wall came down 20 years ago Monday and the resulting fall of communist countries in eastern Europe, was one of several events to mark the anniversary and celebrate the profound change it had not only Germany, but Europe and the world. Chancellor Angela Merkel, the first east German to hold the job, called the fall of the wall an "epic" moment in history. "For me, it was one of the happiest moments of my life. The Germany, the Europe, indeed the world, which were divided into two blocks, were brought together. Finally, the end of the Cold War had arrived." Yet she also recalled the tragic side of November 9 for Germans, the Nazi's Kristallnacht, or Night of Broken Glass, anti-Semitic pogrom 71 years ago. At least 91 German Jews were killed, hundreds of synagogues destroyed, and thousands of Jewish businesses vandalized and looted in the state-sanctioned riots that night. Within hours of a confused announcement on November 9, 1989 that East Germany was lifting travel restrictions, hundreds of people streamed into the enclave that was West Berlin, marking a pivotal moment in the collapse of communism in Europe. Merkel also welcomed Poland's 1980s pro-democracy leader, Lech Walesa, to the former crossing, saying that his Solidarity movement provided "incredible encouragement" to East Germans. Also in Berlin for the ceremonies were the leaders of all 27 European Union countries and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. "The need for unity is vital to us all," he said. "I hope that we have all turned our backs of dividing barriers that separated us before." French President Nicolas Sarkozy paid tribute to Berliners on both sides of the wall for realising the dream of liberty, calling them "Dear Friends" in German. He said the fall of the Wall "is a call to us all to fight oppression, to fight the walls which still divide people and territories across the world." "This then is the message that the reunited Europe is proud to carry to the world." He recalled that twice in the course of the 20th century, Germans and French stood bitterly pitted against one another, in the course of two tragedies which makes "the peace and liberty of today" all the more joyful. The wall's opening came hours after a botched announcement by a senior communist official on a cold, wet night in 1989. At the end of a plodding news conference, Politburo spokesman Guenter Schabowski offhandedly said East Germany was lifting restrictions on travel across its border with West Germany. Pressed on when the regulation would take effect, he looked down at his notes and stammered: "As far as I know, this enters into force ... this is immediately, without delay." Schabowski has said he didn't know that the change wasn't supposed to be announced until the following morning. East Berliners streamed toward border crossings. Facing huge crowds and lacking instructions from above, border guards opened the gates, and the wall was on its way into history. US President Barack Obama also paid tribute in a video message to the main anniversary event. Obama said in the message introduced by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton that the anniversary sent a message of hope. "Even in the face of tyranny, people insisted the world could change. And those countries that got trapped on the other side of an Iron Curtain, they had the courage and resolve to hold fast to the belief in a better future." His message was greeted with applause and cheers. Clinton paid special tribute to east Germans, "who stood up and finally were able to say 'No more. Freedom is our birth right and we will take it by our own hands.' We know that millions of hearts, of minds, and hands were behind those who literally tore down the Wall." British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, told Berliners "you tore down the wall that for a third of a century had imprisoned half a city, half a country, half a continent, and half the world." "This wall was torn down by the greatest force of all - the unbreakable spirit of the men and women of Berlin," he said. "You dared to dream in the darkness. You know that while force has temporary power to dominate, it can never ultimately decide."
++US Syria
AP-APTN-2230: ++US Syria Monday, 5 March 2012 STORY:++US Syria- Senator McCain calls for US to lead on Syria airstrikes LENGTH: 03:21 FIRST RUN: 2130 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: Various STORY NUMBER: 731064 DATELINE: Various, 5 Mar 2012 LENGTH: 03:21 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY AMATEUR VIDEO RELEASED BY "SHAMSNN" - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++SHAAM NEWS NETWORK (SHAMSNN) IS A LOOSELY ORGANISED ANTI-ASSAD GROUP BASED IN AND OUT OF SYRIA WHICH POSTS VIDEO AND STILL IMAGES OF ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS ON THE INTERNET. IT CLAIMS IT DOES NOT HAVE ANY CONNECTION TO SYRIAN OPPOSITION PARTIES OR ANY OTHER STATES++ AMATEUR VIDEO - RELEASED BY A GROUP WHICH CALLS ITSELF UGARIT NEWS - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS NOT A RECOGNISED NEWSGATHERING ORGANISATION++ ++AP CANNOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE CONTENT, DATE, LOCATION OR AUTHENTICITY OF THIS AMATEUR MATERIAL++ SHOTLIST: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 1. Wide of Senate floor 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Senator John McCain: "Some kind of intervention will happen, with us or without us. So the real question for US policy is whether we will participate in this next phase of the conflict in Syria and thereby increase our ability to shape an outcome that is beneficial to the Syrian people and to us. I believe we must." 3. Wide of Senate floor 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Senator John McCain: "Providing military assistance to the Free Syrian Army and other opposition groups is necessary. But at this late hour, that alone cannot be sufficient to stop the slaughter and save innocent lives. The only realistic way to do so is with foreign air power." AMATEUR VIDEO RELEASED BY "SHAMSNN" - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++SHAAM NEWS NETWORK (SHAMSNN) IS A LOOSELY ORGANISED ANTI-ASSAD GROUP BASED IN AND OUT OF SYRIA WHICH POSTS VIDEO AND STILL IMAGES OF ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS ON THE INTERNET. IT CLAIMS IT DOES NOT HAVE ANY CONNECTION TO SYRIAN OPPOSITION PARTIES OR ANY OTHER STATES++ Jib al Jandali, Homs 5. Wide of high rise building on fire from shelling with plumes of smoke rising from it in the district of Jib al Jandali, Homs AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Senator John McCain: "The United States should lead an international effort to protect key population centres in Syria, especially in the north, through airstrikes on Assad's forces." AMATEUR VIDEO - RELEASED BY A GROUP WHICH CALLS ITSELF UGARIT NEWS - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS NOT A RECOGNISED NEWSGATHERING ORGANISATION++ Midan district, Damascus 7. Students demonstrating in support of the plight of the people in Homs and other cities that have allegedly come under fire by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad. Students chanting (Arabic) "There is no God but God and we will only bow for God. May God protect the Free Army." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Senator John McCain: "The benefit for the United States of helping to lead this effort directly, is that it would allow us to better empower those Syrian groups that share our interests. Those groups that reject Al Qaeda and the Iranian regime, and commit to the goal of an inclusive, democratic transition as called for by the Syrian National Council." AMATEUR VIDEO - RELEASED BY A GROUP WHICH CALLS ITSELF UGARIT NEWS - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS NOT A RECOGNISED NEWSGATHERING ORGANISATION++ Midan district, Damascus 9. Students demonstrating in support of the plight of the people in Homs and other cities that have allegedly come under fire by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad. Students chanting (Arabic) "There is no God but God and we will only bow for God. May God protect the Free Army." Students spray painting graffiti onto a wall in (Arabic) "God is Great; Free the Army." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Senator John McCain: "Is it now the policy of NATO or the United states for that matter, to tell the perpetrators of mass atrocities in Syria or elsewhere, that they can go on killing innocent civilians by the hundreds of thousands, and the greatest alliance in history will not even bother to conduct any planning?" AMATEUR VIDEO - RELEASED BY A GROUP WHICH CALLS ITSELF UGARIT NEWS - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS NOT A RECOGNISED NEWSGATHERING ORGANISATION++ Midan district, Damascus 11. Students demonstrating in support of the plight of the people in Homs and other cities that have allegedly come under fire by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad. Students chanting (Arabic) "There is no God but God and we will only bow for God. May God protect the Free Army." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Senator John McCain: "The President must state unequivocally that under no circumstances will Assad be allowed to finish what he has started. There is no future in which Assad and his lieutenants will remain in control of Syria, and that the United States is prepared to use the full weight of our air power to make it so." AMATEUR VIDEO RELEASED BY "SHAMSNN" - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++SHAAM NEWS NETWORK (SHAMSNN) IS A LOOSELY ORGANISED ANTI-ASSAD GROUP BASED IN AND OUT OF SYRIA WHICH POSTS VIDEO AND STILL IMAGES OF ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS ON THE INTERNET. IT CLAIMS IT DOES NOT HAVE ANY CONNECTION TO SYRIAN OPPOSITION PARTIES OR ANY OTHER STATES++ Idlib 13. Demonstration to demand that the Free Syrian Army receives arms. People holding a large flag which was the former flag of Syria. AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Senator John McCain: "What we can say for certain is that we will have no influence whatsoever with these people (the Syrian opposition) if they feel we abandoned them. This is a real moral dilemma. But we cannot allow the opposition in Syria to be crushed at present while we worry about the future." AMATEUR VIDEO - RELEASED BY A GROUP WHICH CALLS ITSELF UGARIT NEWS - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS NOT A RECOGNISED NEWSGATHERING ORGANISATION++ Daraa 15. Top shot of people demonstrating against a recent suicide bomb explosion that they blame on Assad forces; People chanting (Arabic) "Freedom, forever, despite you Assad" and "Death rather than humiliation." STORYLINE: Frustrated by a diplomatic logjam and a bloody Syrian offensive, Republican US Senator John McCain urged the United States to launch airstrikes against President Bashar Assad's regime to force him out of power. It was a call for dramatic military intervention that was not supported by the Obama administration or its European or Arab partners. McCain said that President Barack Obama has taken too soft a stand against Assad and the brutal crackdown on his own people. He said that Syria's neighbours in the region will intervene militarily, with or without the US. From the Senate floor, McCain said the United States has a moral and strategic obligation to force out Assad and his loyalists. "The only realistic way to do so is with foreign air power," McCain said. "The United States should lead an international effort to protect key population centres in Syria, especially in the north, through airstrikes on Assad's forces," he added. It was a marked change from McCain's remarks last month, when he said in a media interview that the US should find ways to help the Syrian people without putting American "boots on the ground." Then, he said the options included medical care and technical assistance to safe havens for refugees of the violence. But in his remarks on Monday, McCain declared it was time to step up militarily and that the US should lead the effort with direct military action. "The President must state unequivocally that under no circumstances will Assad be allowed to finish what he has started," McCain said. The Obama administration, he added, should make it clear that "the United States is prepared to use the full weight of our air power to make it so." McCain's proposal will likely divide American lawmakers, many of whom opposed a similar operation in Libya last year. Even if it were championed by the Obama administration and its NATO allies, the plan would divide other countries hostile to the Assad regime but unwilling to support another Western military intervention in the Muslim world. And it would be anathema to Russia, which sees Syria as its primary ally in the Middle East. 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110511 London Packet Title: EGYPT CHANGE bbc2200 Notes POST REVOLUTION EGYPT. VIOLENCE, PROTEST, TROOPS, MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD HQ Title: LIBYA CARTOONS evn Notes GADDAFI CARTOONS PAINTINGS. Gadhafi mural graffiti Title: RUSSIA BOLSHOI evn Notes BOLSHOI THEATRE RENOVATION FOR RE-OPENING Title: US JETMAN evn Notes JETMAN ROCKET MAN YVES ROSSY FLYING THROUGH GRAND CANYON ***MUTE*** Title: ITALY MIGRANTS evn Notes LAMPEDUSA MIGRANTS. AFRICAN REFUGEES, EUROPE IMMIGRATION Title: SEYCHELLES HONEYMOON evn Notes SEYCHELLES BEAUTIES GVS BEACHES, ROYAL HONEYMOON SPECULATION Title: DENMARK PROSTHETICS evn Notes MEDICAL ADVANCE BREAKTHROUGH SUPER PROSTHETIC LIMB DEVICE Title: US CHITTY BANG bbc0800 Notes CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG CAR AUCTION SALE MOVIE MEMORABILIA Title: GREECE CLASHES evn Notes GREECE CLASHES. Anti cuts protest demo Title: BBC PLAYOUT OBAMA Notes BBC PLAYOUT SPLIT VERSON N24 MARK SIMPSON PIECE - PREPARATIONS IN VILALGE OF MONEYGALL FOR VISIT FROM PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WHOSE GREAT GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER CAME FROM THERE. CLEANING, PAINTING, STARS AND STRIPES, FLAGS, TOURISTS, SINGING, CHURCH, PUB Printed: 11/05/2011 17:08:04 110510#004 Name: 110510#004 Title: EGYPT CHANGE bbc2200 Type: BBC In point: 22:44:16.28 Out point: 22:47:28.04 Duration: 00:03:11.06 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Tape ID Source BBC Notes POST REVOLUTION EGYPT. VIOLENCE, PROTEST, TROOPS, MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD HQ Dopesheet STORY/CORRESPONDENT: EGYPT/JEREMY BOWEN PRODUCER: MATTHEW SYDNEY INTRO: In Egypt -- the authorities have extended the detention -- of the country's former president -- Hosni Mubarak. Tomorrow will mark three months since he stepped down -- after more than 30 years in power. His departure was forced by mass protests -- on the streets of the capital -- as people demanded democratic rights and reforms. But the pace of change is proving to be slow -- and as our Middle East Editor Jeremy Bowen reports -- the violence hasn't gone away. IN WORDS: OUT WORDS:......BBC News, Cairo DURATION: 3'06" ASTONS: DINA SAMAK/Egypt Editor, Al-Ahram MOHAMED BISHARA/Tahrir Square protester SOURCES: BBC PTC - Pan BBC use only 110510#005 Name: 110510#005 Title: LIBYA CARTOONS evn Type: FEED-LINES In point: 15:10:57.23 Out point: 15:12:09.25 Duration: 00:01:12.00 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Tape ID Source EVN Notes GADDAFI CARTOONS PAINTINGS. Gadhafi mural graffiti Dopesheet Benghazi-cartoons 14:10-14:12 GMT 10-MAY-2011 ERNN Date Shot: 10-MAY-2011 Location: BENGHAZI Country: Sound: NATURAL Language: Aspect ratio: 16:9 Source: DKDR Restrictions: Dopesheet: Libyans combat towards Gaddafi is also about Freedom of Expression and the rebellion has released a tremendous amount of creative energy that was previously held firmly down. In the rebel city of Benghazi the newfound freedom bloom of expression on the streets and walls. In a nearby building to the rebels' provisional government in Benghazi, the artist Saed works with his caricatures of Gaddafi which he paints on fabric. But even though they create in Benghazi, they still fare for their lives. Shotlist: artist and cartoons paintings: Soundbites: Saed Bellgsem, artist: 1: This is freedom of Speech 2: I had it inside ¿ now it¿s coming out 3: If you showed this to him ¿ he would come after me. 4: He is more cunning than Satan. 5: Q: The saying is that the pen is stronger than the sword, do you agree? Saed: ¿ Yes that is true. 110510#007 Page: 1 Printed: 11/05/2011 17:08:04 110510#007 Name: 110510#007 Title: RUSSIA BOLSHOI evn Type: FEED-LINES In point: 16:05:32.10 Out point: 16:06:46.00 Duration: 00:01:13.20 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Tape ID Source EVN Notes BOLSHOI THEATRE RENOVATION FOR RE-OPENING Dopesheet Bolshoi Theatre 15:05-15:06 GMT 10-MAY-2011 EVN Date Shot: 10-MAY-2011 Location: MOSCOW Country: RUSSIAN FEDERATION Sound: NATURAL Language: RUSSIAN Aspect ratio: 4:3 Source: ESTVE Restrictions: Dopesheet: Russia's venerable Bolshoi Theatre, which survived fires, a Nazi bombing and Lenin's order to close it down, is almost ready to reopen after years of reconstruction and will look just as it did during the zarist era. The theatre will be finished in October in its original 19th-century design (1856 year was the first reconstruction), with restored czarist insignia, embroidered silk tapestry and acoustics-improving fir and papier-mâché panels, the subcontractor Summa Capital said Monday. The rectangular building, home of the world famous Bolshoi Ballet and Bolshoi Opera, also will have its original violin-shaped auditorium. The company said some 3,500 construction workers are still busy adding sophisticated electronic and hydraulic devices, redesigning the stage floor to ease the ballet dancers' pain and completing an underground stage located just 30 meters (yards) from a metro station. The 1825 building stood on thousands of stained oak stilts stuck in central Moscow's constantly moist soil, but after nearby rivulets were encapsulated in underground pipes, the stilts dried up and collapsed. It was further damaged by fires and a 1941 Nazi bombing. Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin wanted to close the ornate theatre, which he saw as a symbol of decadent aristocracy, but the Communists ended up using the theatre for party gatherings. Lenin's death was announced from the theatre?s stage, and the troupe was twice awarded the Order of Lenin, the Soviet Union's highest award. While the ballet and opera corps enjoyed generous benefits and tirelessly toured the world, the building's acoustics were crippled by the remodelling of the hall and the filling of a gigantic hollow resonator under the orchestra pit with concrete. After the Soviet collapse, the theatre troupe tried to shed its conservative reputation by staging several controversial productions. Another obstacle has been accusations of embezzlement and fraud in the rebuilding. In 2005, the theatre closed for a reconstruction that state auditors now say has cost at least Productions continued at a nearby auxiliary theatre. Investigators said in 2009 that millions of dollars have been misspent by a subcontractor, and the Moscow government has several times fired subcontractors and officials responsible for the reconstruction. Shotlist: Vs workers Vs of Summa Capital's spokesman, Mikhail Sidorov with reporter Summa Capital's spokesman, Mikhail Sidorov (supposedly) SOUNDBITE (Russian): "In the 20th century, during renovations, the building suffered a lot. Great part of birch wood which covered the wall was removed. It is very sad, since Bolshoi lost then its acoustics, which did of it the best theatre in the 19th century." Vs façade Vs of another new stage Vs Mikhail Sidorov showing the theatre 110510#008 Name: 110510#008 Title: US JETMAN evn Type: FEED-LINES In point: 17:30:16.12 Out point: 17:34:46.01 Duration: 00:04:29.19 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Tape ID Source EVN Notes JETMAN ROCKET MAN YVES ROSSY FLYING THROUGH GRAND CANYON ***MUTE*** Page: 2 Printed: 11/05/2011 17:08:04 110510#008 ***MUTE*** Dopesheet Jetman Grand Canyon 16:30-16:34 GMT 10-MAY-2011 EVN Date Shot: 10-MAY-2011 Location: GRAND CANYON WEST Province/State: ARIZONA Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Sound: NATURAL Language: Aspect ratio: 4:3 Source: ZZVNR Restrictions: Dopesheet: It was his date with destiny, and ultimately the uniquely complex certification process could not prevent Yves "Jetman" Rossy from making his historic flight through Grand Canyon West this past weekend. Flying his jet-propelled wing attached to his back, and steering only by movement of his body, Rossy launched from a helicopter at 8,000 feet into the breathtaking blue of the Grand Canyon sky. Skimming the rockscape at speeds of up to 190 mph, Jetman sustained flight for more than eight minutes, 200 feet above the rim of Grand Canyon West. To end the flawless precision flight, Rossy deployed his parachute and gracefully descended to the canyon floor. An earlier flight scheduled for Friday, May 6 was cancelled when final FAA certification was held up due to the difficulty in classifying Mr. Rossy's one-of-a-kind jet-powered wing. By the time the process was complete, sufficient practice flights were unable to occur prior to the scheduled 9 a.m. flight. "My first flight in the U.S. is sure to be one of the most memorable experiences in my life, not only for the sheer beauty of the Grand Canyon but the honor to fly in sacred Native American lands," Rossy stated. "Thank you Mother Nature and the Hualapai Tribe for making my lifelong dreams come true." Jetman has already won global acclaim for his successful jet-powered flights cross Lake Geneva and the English Channel. But this was the first time he had ever achieved his dream of flying in the purest sense in the U.S. ? and his choice of the Grand Canyon, where eagles soar, reflected the deep significance of the site both to Rossy and to the resident Hualapai people. Shotlist: - Vs aerial shots of the Grand Canyon - Vs of Jetman prepping his wing - Jetman measuring the wind in the area of the Grand Canyon - Jetman getting on the helicopter with his wing - Aerial shot of the helicopter - Jetman jumping off - Vs of Jetman flying over the Grand Canyon - Vs of Jetman opening parachute and landing 110511 Name: 110511 Title: ITALY MIGRANTS evn Type: FEED-LINES In point: 09:34:52.18 Out point: 09:38:45.05 Duration: 00:03:52.15 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Tape ID Source APTN via EVN Notes LAMPEDUSA MIGRANTS. AFRICAN REFUGEES, EUROPE IMMIGRATION Dopesheet EU Libya migrants 08:34-08:38 GMT 11-MAY-2011 EVN Date Shot: 11-MAY-2011 Location: VARIOUS Country: ITALY Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH, ITALIAN Aspect ratio: 16:9 Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: -APTN clients only Dopesheet: Almost everyone on an overcrowded ship carrying some 600 African migrants to Europe is believed to have died when the vessel broke apart within sight of the Libyan capital, the United Nations said Tuesday. The UN's refugee agency (UNHCR) also said at least 800 migrants fleeing Libya had been lost at sea in three Page: 3 Printed: 11/05/2011 17:08:04 110511 The UN's refugee agency (UNHCR) also said at least 800 migrants fleeing Libya had been lost at sea in three boat sinkings before the latest ship went down off the coast of Tripoli on Friday. The UN painted a horrifying picture of Friday's sinking, which left migrants, many from Somalia, trapped below deck and drowning within sight of the shore of Tripoli. Spokeswoman Laura Boldrini also addressed a report by the Guardian newspaper that one migrant ship had been left adrift for weeks, ignored by military aircraft and vessels in late March. "How (is it) possible that you have a boat for two weeks adrift without any kind of intervention? In a moment when we know that there are so many activities going on, this sounds really difficult, sounds really difficult to accept," said Boldrini. The Reverend Moses Zerai, an Eritrean priest who has long worked with migrants and refugees, said he was contacted by people aboard a ship whose call for help was ignored by military aircraft and vessels in late March. The priest said he was told by the Italian Coast Guard that they had sounded the alarm to all the maritime authorities but when there was no news he called NATO. He said the ship was eventually approached by a helicopter on March 26, that provided them with water to drink and biscuits to eat, and afterwards it vanished. "They drifted for 15 days and slowly people started to die. The first to die were the two children and then from hunger and thirst 61 people died," Zerai said. Some refugee campaigners have questioned whether Europe is doing enough to help those stricken at sea. NATO has denied that its units were involved in the incident and spokesperson Carmen Romero said ships under NATO command will always respond to calls from ships in distress. "This is their duty under the law of the sea, and to suggest that our ships' captains would do otherwise is unfair and is disrespectful," Romero told a news conference. Romero also said NATO had received reports that Gadhafi gunmen forced migrants into at least one boat in recent days, which sank soon afterwards. Speaking about Friday's sinking, Romero said, "If confirmed, that would be just another proof of the regime's disregard for human safety and human life." International agencies have also said some recent migrants report being forced onto dangerously packed ships at gunpoint by Libyan soldiers. The UN accused the Libyan government of complicity in a rising number of deadly smuggling incidents, many involving workers from sub-Saharan Africa who had moved to Libya to find work before war broke out there in March. A spokesman for Moammar Gadhafi suggested that increased illegal immigration was the price European nations would pay for their military and political support of the rebels trying to topple Libya's strongman. Italy and Libya struck a 2008 deal to return would-be migrants intercepted at sea to Libya without screening them first for asylum. The agreement, criticised by refugee rights groups, reduced the number of migrants arriving in Italy from 36,000 in 2008 to 4,300 in 2010. The UN said migrants' boats started leaving Libya for Europe again on March 25, the day NATO took over military operations. About 14,800 since have made the gruelling journey across the Mediterranean in rickety ships run by smugglers who rarely provide enough food and water. Shotlist: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Lampedusa, Italy - 27 March 2011 1. Wide of migrants being helped from boat onto dock 2. Mid of migrant helped onto dock and walking to rescue workers 3. Various of migrants being helped onto dock AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Rome, Italy - 10 May 2011 4. Sign for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR 5. Wide UNHCR spokeswoman Laura Boldrini at her desk 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Laura Boldrini, UNHCR spokeswoman: "Our calculation is that there are about 800 people who left Libya and never ever arrived on the other side of the Mediterranean." 7. Cutaway of Boldrini checking papers 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Laura Boldrini, UNHCR spokeswoman: "How (is it) possible that you have a boat for two weeks adrift without any kind of intervention? In a moment when we know that there are so many activities going on, this sounds really difficult, sounds really difficult to accept." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Vatican City, 10 May 2011 9. Wide of Saint Peter's Square 10. Mid of Reverend Moses Zerai approaching 11. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Reverend Moses Zerai, founder and coordinator of Eritrean Refugee Agency Habeshia: "The Coast Guard told me that they had sounded the alarm to all the competent maritime authorities but up until that moment there was no news. I called again on Sunday and there was no news so on Monday I also Page: 4 called NATO." Printed: 11/05/2011 17:08:04 110511 called NATO." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Lampedusa, Italy - 27 March 2011 12. Top pan of migrants queuing for kit distribution on dock 13. Migrants queuing for kit distribution AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Vatican, May 10, 2011 14. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Reverend Moses Zerai, founder and coordinator of Eritrean Refugee Agency Habeshia: "They were approached by a helicopter on Saturday, March 26th, that provided them with water to drink and biscuits to eat, and afterwards it vanished. It didn't send any help. Three days after they were spotted by an aircraft carrier that came near their boat. They do not know what nation this aircraft carrier was from, but they said it was some 300-400 metres from them, so it is not possible that they weren't seen." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Lampedusa, Italy - 27 March 2011 15. Migrants receiving kits AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Vatican, May 10, 2011 16. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Reverend Moses Zerai, founder and coordinator of Eritrean Refugee Agency Habeshia: "They drifted for 15 days and slowly the people started to die. The first to die were the two children and then from hunger and thirst 61 people died on board that ship." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Lampedusa, Italy - 27 March 2011 17. Migrant watching kit distribution from hilltop NATO VNR - AP CLIENTS ONLY Brussels, Belgium - 10 May 2011 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Carmen Romero, NATO Deputy Spokesperson: "We are deeply concerned by reports that Gadhafi's regime gunmen forced migrants into at least one boat in recent days, which sank soon afterwards. If confirmed, that would be just another proof of the regime's disregard for human safety and human life." NATO VNR - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Off the coast of Libya - 26 March 2011 19. STILL photo of rigid inflatable boat from NATO ship ETNA coming to rescue of migrant boat 20. STILL photo of migrant boat NATO VNR - AP CLIENTS ONLY Brussels - 10 May 2011 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Carmen Romero, NATO Deputy Spokesperson: "Ships under NATO command will always respond to calls from ships in distress. This is their duty under the law of the sea, and to suggest that our ships' captains would do otherwise is unfair and is disrespectful." NATO VNR - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Off the coast of Libya - 26 March 2011 22. Various STILL photos of rescued migrants aboard NATO ship including mother with her newborn child 110511#001 Name: 110511#001 Title: SEYCHELLES HONEYMOON evn Type: FEED-LINES In point: 11:13:17.04 Out point: 11:15:51.20 Duration: 00:02:34.16 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Tape ID Source APTN via EVN Notes SEYCHELLES BEAUTIES GVS BEACHES, ROYAL HONEYMOON SPECULATION Dopesheet Seychelles Honeymoon 10:13-10:15 GMT 11-MAY-2011 EVN Date Shot: 11-MAY-2011 Location: MAHE ISLAND Country: SEYCHELLES Page: 5 Printed: 11/05/2011 17:08:04 110511#001 Country: SEYCHELLES Sound: NATURAL Language: ENGLISH Aspect ratio: 16:9 Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: -APTN clients only Dopesheet: With it's sandy beaches, clear waters and secluded hideaways, the paradise island archipelago of the Seychelles is a honeymoon destination fit for a future king. And so, when reports that William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, had chosen the Seychelles' secluded North Island as the destination for their honeymoon, many locals have felt a sense of national pride. At the Pirate Arms in downtown Victoria, the largest town on Mahe Island, early morning coffee drinkers were scouring the local newspapers for details of the royal newlywed's arrival. Shotlist: Mahe Island, Seychelles - 11/05/2011 1. Wide top shot of Mahe Island, looking northwards out to sea, zoom into North Island, the location where the William and Catherine, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are spending their honeymoon 2. Mid sailing yacht moored next to the Mahe Island 3. Mid North Island with a motor boat passing by 4. Wide beach scene, with North Island in the background 5. Wide motor boat at the beach's edge 6. Wide downtown Victoria, pan from street scene to the Pirates Arms pub 7. Wide man seated inside the Pirates Arms reading the local newspaper "Today in Seychelles", with the headline reading (English) "Seychelles in the Honeymoonlight" 8. Close newspaper headline, man turns page 9. Close photo of William and Catherine together 10. Mid Marylene Eder, owner of the Pirates Arms pub, collecting a coffee and handing it to a waitress 11. SOUNDBITE (English) VOX POP Marilyn Eder, 55 years old, owner of the Pirates Arms pub in Victoria, Seychelles: "I am very happy about it and I think that all the Seychelles people are very proud that they visit the Seychelles for their honeymoon. But I will be so happy if I see them in town, especially in my restaurant." 12. Wide local men seated at a table in the Pirates Arms 13. SOUNDBITE (French) VOX POP Rene Vidod, 70 years old, former Seychelles policeman: "I am very happy that they are here on holiday, having a good time. Everyone here is happy. And when they announced in England that they were coming to the Seychelles, we all wondered if it might be here. But none of us knew. So when they did indeed come here, everybody was very, very happy." 14. SOUNDBITE (English) VOX POP Farida Zaquani, 58 years old, holiday maker from Australia: "I'm really surprised because they had said all the time that they were going to Australia or New Zealand. And I had a feeling that they would come to Seychelles, but I didn't come just because I thought that. But, I think it's a really nice destination and they chose well." 15. Wide sailing yachts off the beach 16. Wide holiday makers walking though the surf on the beach 110511#002 Name: 110511#002 Title: DENMARK PROSTHETICS evn Type: FEED-LINES In point: 11:16:59.26 Out point: 11:18:50.02 Duration: 00:01:50.04 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Tape ID Source EVN Notes MEDICAL ADVANCE SUPER PROSTHETIC LIMB DEVICE Dopesheet Prosthetic limbs 10:16-10:18 GMT 11-MAY-2011 EVN Date Shot: 10-MAY-2011 Location: AARHUS Country: DENMARK Sound: NATURAL Language: DANISH Aspect ratio: 16:9 Source: DKTV2 Restrictions: No Access Denmark Dopesheet: A new super prosthetic device will be presented today at Aarhus University Hospital which can give people with amputated limbs a completely new life. To get the prosthetic device is a complicated maneuver originally developed in Sweden. On the thigh bone a titanium bolt is attached, and in the course of six month the bolt has to strike root. Thereafter, the doctors can attach a stick to the bolt so that the person Page: 6 Printed: 11/05/2011 17:08:04 110511#002 six month the bolt has to strike root. Thereafter, the doctors can attach a stick to the bolt so that the person with the amputated limp can click the device on and off. This way the old-fashioned cover which on hot days may decompose the skin is avoided. So far ten test persons have had the new prosthetic device put in place. Kai Horvath is one of them. He was diagnosed with cancer in his leg and was advised to have his leg amputated. Shotlist: CS of prosthetic device being attached with a "click". Kai Verner Horvath, refrigeration engineer SOUNDBITE (Danish): "And then you are ready to walk." Kai Verner Horvath demonstrating his walk with the device attached. Kai Verner Horvath, refrigeration engineer SOUNDBITE (Danish): It's much more fun to get up in the morning. Now I have this one beside my bed. I put it on ? and then I just walk. That's quality." CS of prosthetic device. Kai Verner Horvath, refrigeration engineer SOUNDBITE (Danish)[about the cancer they found in his leg]: "Well, I just thought: We have to get rid of that. What else is there to do? And then the doctor said that he would recommend me to have my leg amputated. And then I said: Ok, let?s do so. I had to do so." More of Kai Verner Horvath with his new device. Kai Verner Horvath removing his wheelchair which he does not need anymore. Kai Verner Horvath, refrigeration engineer SOUNDBITE (Danish): "Away with it." Peter Holmberg Jørgensen, chief physician, University hospital of Aarhus SOUNDBITE (Danish): "Here you have a traditional cover prosthesis" Demonstration of the bolt being inserted into the thigh bone Peter Holmberg Jørgensen, chief physician, University hospital of Aarhus SOUNDBITE (Danish): "This really makes sense to us as doctors. It is extremely fascinating to be part of something which has not been done in Denmark before. And then there is a large potential for development." More of bolt being inserted into the thigh bone Klaus Kjær Petersen, chief physician, University hospital of Aarhus SOUNDBITE (Danish): "Well, they can walk. Earlier, they lost their prosthetic devices. They could not control their leg, and the foot turned outward. They lost it and they were sweating. They had ulcers on their stump, irritation and ulcers." Kai Verner Horvath leaving his house and mounting his bike. 110511#003 Name: 110511#003 Title: US CHITTY BANG bbc0800 Type: BBC In point: 09:27:45.21 Out point: 09:30:21.04 Duration: 00:02:35.13 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Tape ID Source BBC Notes CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG CAR AUCTION SALE MOVIE MEMORABILIA Dopesheet STORY/CORRESPONDENT: CHITTY CHITTY / BOWES PRODUCER: JESSICA BENTON INTRO: It's one of the most famous cars in the world and now 40 years after it first graced our screens, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is up for sale. It's one of six made for the 1968 film - and while it can't really fly or float, it IS the only one which is road worthy. Our correspondent in Los Angeles, Peter Bowes, took it out for a test drive. DATE SHOT: Recent LOCATIONS: US IN WORDS: Here we go.... OUT WORDS: BBC News Los Angeles DURATION:2'35" ASTONS: 0'05" PETER BOWES LA Correspondent Page: 7 Printed: 11/05/2011 17:08:04 110511#003 0'05" PETER BOWES LA Correspondent 0'18" CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG On DVD and Blu-ray from MGM Home Entertainment 0'37" JOE MADDALENA Owner, Profiles in History 1'18" BRIAN CHANES Film memorabilia expert SOURCES: 00:00 - 00:04 - "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" clip Domestic BBC News use only Must credit as "CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG On DVD and Blu-ray from MGM Home Entertainment". BBC World and non-BBC outlets need to clear this with the nearest regional office of the film distributor OR, preferably, contact BBC Programme Acquisitions 00:04 - 0:17 -BBC News 00:17 - 00:26 -"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" clip - see above 00:26 - 00:52 - BBC News 00:52 - 00:56 -"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" clip - see above 00:56 - 01:36 - BBC News 01:36-01:40 -"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" clip - see above 01:40 - 01:47 - PTC - Pan BBC News use only 01:47 -02:15 - BBC News 02:15 -02:35 -"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" clip - see above 110511#004 Name: 110511#004 Title: GREECE CLASHES evn Type: FEED-LINES In point: 12:53:41.04 Out point: 12:54:49.02 Duration: 00:01:07.28 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Tape ID Source APTN via EVN Notes GREECE CLASHES. Anti cuts protest demo Dopesheet Greece clashes A 11:53-11:54 GMT 11-MAY-2011 EVN Date Shot: 11-MAY-2011 Location: ATHENS Country: GREECE Sound: NATURAL Language: Aspect ratio: 16:9 Source: GBAPTN Restrictions: -APTN clients only Dopesheet: Stone-throwing youths are attacking riot police, who are responding with tear gas and stun grenades, at the heart of a march through Athens to protest the Greek government's harsh austerity measures. No injuries or arrests were immediately reported following Wednesday's clashes as thousands marched through the Greek capital, during a 24-hour general strike that brought most public services to a halt. This month, the Socialist government is planning to pass further cutbacks aimed at saving an estimated ?23 billion ($33 billion) through 2015. The general strike suspended all train and ferry services, grounded flights between noon and 4 p.m. and disrupted Athens public transport. All radio and television news broadcasts were suspended as journalists walked off the job for the day. Shotlist: SHOTLIST: Athens ? May 11, 2011 1. Protesters and riot police with UPSOUND of blast and tear gas cloud seen 2. Riot police chasing protesters; protesters throwing objects UPSOUND of blasts 3. Protesters and riot police with UPSOUND of blast and tear gas seen spinning through air 4. Protesters retreating, holding cloth to faces to protect from tear gas 5. Protesters marching 110511#005 Name: 110511#005 Title: BBC PLAYOUT OBAMA Type: FEED-LINES In point: 15:26:11.04 Out point: 15:28:02.18 Duration: 00:01:51.12 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR D,PDR E Page: 8 Printed: 11/05/2011 17:08:04 110511#005 Tape ID Source BBC Notes BBC PLAYOUT SPLIT VERSON N24 MARK SIMPSON PIECE - PREPARATIONS IN VILALGE OF MONEYGALL FOR VISIT FROM PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WHOSE GREAT GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER CAME FROM THERE. CLEANING, PAINTING, STARS AND STRIPES, FLAGS, TOURISTS, SINGING, CHURCH, PUB Dopesheet BBC PLAYOUT SPLIT VERSON N24 MARK SIMPSON PIECE - PREPARATIONS IN VILALGE OF MONEYGALL FOR VISIT FROM PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WHOSE GREAT GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER CAME FROM THERE. Page: 9
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AP-APTN-1930: US Iran Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:US Iran- REPLAY Clinton comments on latest Iran developments LENGTH: 01:34 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: DoS TV STORY NUMBER: 611320 DATELINE: Washington DC - 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:34 ++PRELIMINARY SCRIPT - FULL STORYLINE TO FOLLOW++ SHOTLIST 1. US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton walking in to news conference 2. Cutaway of reporter asking question 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hillary Rodham Clinton, US Secretary of State: "Well, I'm not going to speculate on, you know, what happens with their internal regime. Obviously, they have a huge credibility gap with their own people as to the election process, and I don't think that's going to disappear by any finding of a limited review of a relatively small number of ballots." 4. Cutaway of reporter 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hillary Rodham Clinton, US Secretary of State: "But clearly, these internal matters are for Iranians, themselves, to address, and we hope that they will be given the opportunity to do so in a peaceful way that respects the right of expression, and it has been, you know, my position and that of our administration, that we support the fundamental values of the people's voices being heard, their votes being counted." 6. Cutaway of reporter 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hillary Rodham Clinton, US Secretary of State: "We're going to take this a day at a time. We're going to watch and carefully assess what we see happening." 8. Clinton leaving briefing room STORYLINE US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday said the partial recount of ballots in Iran's disputed presidential election would be unlikely to heal the divisions between the Iranian regime and opposition supporters. Clinton told reporters in Washington the Tehran authorities were facing a "credibility gap with their own people" with regards to the election process and that this was unlikely to disappear "by any finding of a limited review of a relatively small number of ballots". Iran's election oversight body on Monday declared the disputed presidential vote to be valid after a partial recount, rejecting opposition allegations of fraud that set off an extraordinary wave of protests. Asked if the United States would recognise President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as Iran's legitimate president, she said the US government would "take this a day at a time". Clinton said she hoped the government would give people the opportunity to address their concerns in a "peaceful way that respects the right of expression" and that the US administration supported the "fundamental values of the people's voices being heard, their votes being counted". 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APTN APEX 06-29-09 1548EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: UK Thatcher Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:UK Thatcher- REPLAY Former PM Baroness Thatcher released from hospital LENGTH: 01:20 FIRST RUN: 1130 RESTRICTIONS: No UK/CNNi/ RTE/Al Jazeera English TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: SKY STORY NUMBER: 611240 DATELINE: London - 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:20 SHOTLIST 1. Wide of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's house, policeman zoom in to Thatcher coming to the door, waving to media, then being escorted inside as door closes STORYLINE Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has returned home following a two-week stay in hospital after she fell and broke her left arm. The 82-year-old Thatcher, who suffers from dementia, waved to reporters on Monday from the front door of her London home. She used her right arm to wave, while she cradled her left arm. She did not make any comments before being escorted inside. Thatcher had a pin surgically inserted into her upper left arm following her June 12 hospitalisation. She was Britain's first female prime minister and served three terms from 1979 to 1990. She has suffered deteriorating health in recent years, particularly from a series of minor strokes. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-29-09 1549EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: Afghanistan Gunbattle Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:Afghanistan Gunbattle- REPLAY Afghan guards employed by US accused in death of police chief LENGTH: 00:54 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 611293 DATELINE: Kandahar - 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:54 SHOTLIST 1. Mid of police vehicles in street 2. Mid of soldier 3. Soldiers outside Kandahar Attorney General's Office 4. Police inside the Attorney General's office 5. Bullet hole in wall 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr Thoryalai Wesa, Governor of Kandahar: "There was some kind of verbal dispute, some words were exchanged and eventually the shooting took place. And we've got six killed, six injured." 7. Wide shot of the garden of Attorney General's office, where the battle happened STORYLINE President Hamid Karzai accused Afghan guards working for US coalition forces of killing a provincial police chief and at least five other security officers during a gunbattle outside a government office on Monday. In a harshly worded statement, Karzai demanded that coalition forces hand over the guards involved. But the governor of Kandahar, Dr Thoryalai Wesa later said 41 Afghan private security guards connected to the incident had been disarmed and arrested by Afghan authorities. Gunfire broke out after Afghan forces moved into a heavily protected government complex in Kandahar and demanded the release of a man accused of forging documents who was being held there, said Kandahar's district attorney. The Afghan forces had allegedly threatened to release the suspect by force. "There was some kind of verbal dispute, some words were exchanged and eventually the shooting took place. And we've got six killed, six injured," the Governor of Kandahar, Dr Thoryalai Wesa said. Among the officials killed were provincial police chief Matiullah Qati and the province's criminal investigations director. Total death tolls from Afghan officials ranged from between five and 10 police killed. The killing of Kandahar's top police officer is a blow to security efforts in a province from which Taliban leader Mullah Omar once ruled the country. The US military said it was not involved in the shooting, calling it an "Afghan-on-Afghan incident". However, Karzai's statement suggested that the guards sought refuge at a US coalition base after the killings, and he "demanded that coalition forces prevent such incidents, which weaken the government". The situation lays bare the often testy relations between Karzai and American officials. The president's accusations come as thousands of US Marines and soldiers are deploying across southern Afghanistan, the Taliban's stronghold and a region where Karzai is also seeking votes from his Pashtun tribesmen ahead of the August 20 presidential election. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-29-09 1551EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: Honduras Tension 2 Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:Honduras Tension 2- REPLAY Military, protesters, electricity cut, OAS chief LENGTH: 03:33 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Spanish/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/CH12 STORY NUMBER: 611300 DATELINE: Tegucigalpa/El Salvador - 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 03:33 SHOTLIST ++NEW++ (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 29 JUNE 2009) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Tegucigalpa, Honduras - June 29, 2009 1. Wide of Presidential palace with military in front 2. Medium of Presidential palace with military personnel 3. Medium of personnel with riot gear 4. Medium of military personnel and Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) 5. Medium of military personnel with shields ++NEW++ (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 29 JUNE 2009) CHANNEL 12 - AP CLIENTS ONLY San Salvador, El Salvador - June 28, 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Jose Miguel Insulza, secretary-general Organisation of American States: "We cannot allow Latin America to return to the past that has been completely overcome. This I want to be absolutely clear. We will make no concessions to a regime that has installed itself in this way" ++NEW++ (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 29 JUNE 2009) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Tegucigalpa, Honduras - June 29, 2009 7. Medium of graffiti reading (Spanish): "Micheleti trash out of Honduras" (sic - refers to Congressional President Roberto Micheletti who was sworn in as president on Sunday) ++NEW++ (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 29 JUNE 2009) CHANNEL 12 - AP CLIENTS ONLY San Salvador, El Salvador - June 28, 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Jose Miguel Insulza, secretary-general Organisation of American States "We shouldn't have methods of intervening in another country. We're not going to be negative. So we are going to pressure them, we are going to isolate the illegitimate government. But there will be no intervention of any kind." (FIRST RUN 1330 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 29 JUNE 2009) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Tegucigalpa, Honduras - June 29, 2009 9. Mid of protesters outside palace, with one man holding Honduran flag 10. Wide of military personnel 11. Mid of military personnel 12. Various of protesters outside palace, singing and with fists raised 13. Wide of barricade across street strewn with debris 14. Mid of protesters with fire burning in foreground 15. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Fausto Arrazola, protester: "We demand that the entire international community force this de-facto government out and return Manuel Zelaya as our president." 16. Zoom in to troops entering electricity company, zoom out 17. Wide of troops inside electricity company site, zoom in ++NEW++ (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 29 JUNE 2009) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Tegucigalpa, Honduras - June 29, 2009 18. Medium of barricade and protesters 19. Medium of barricade and protesters 20. Medium of cyclist passing barricade 21. Medium of man walking towards extinguished fire barricade 22. Medium of smoking barricade, men standing by 23. Medium of fence, with pre-referendum banner 24. Various of military personnel with shields and other troops putting on riot gear at presidential palace 25. Wide tilt down of Hondutal telephone company 26. Medium of military on guard outside telephone company 27. Wide of employees gathered outside telephone company with military personnel 28. Medium of soldier 29. Wide of employees gathered outside telephone company with soldiers inside 30. Medium same STORYLINE Honduras' new leaders on Monday defied growing global pressure to reverse a military coup, arguing that they had followed their constitution in removing a leftist president who attacked it. The Obama administration and European governments denounced the military's action. US officials said they were working for the return of ousted President Manuel Zelaya and European officials offered to mediate talks between the two sides. Zelaya was seized by soldiers and hustled aboard a plane to Costa Rica early on Sunday, just hours before a rogue referendum he had called in defiance of the courts and Congress, and which his opponents said was an attempt to remain in power after his term ends on January 27. The Organisation of American States on Sunday approved a resolution demanding "the immediate, safe and unconditional return of the constitutional president, Manuel Zelaya". "We cannot allow Latin America to return to the past that has been completely overcome," OAS chief Jose Miguel Insulza said, adding his organisation would "make no concessions to a regime that has installed itself in this way". Zelaya, meanwhile, on Monday joined presidents from around Latin America in Nicaragua for meetings on how to reverse the first coup in Central America in at least 16 years. On Sunday, before travelling to Managua for the talks with Central American leaders and the leftist alliance of nations, known as ALBA, he told reporters soldiers had seized him in his pyjamas at gunpoint in what he called a "coup" and a "kidnapping". Zelaya's close ally, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, took centre stage in the region as he defended the president by casting the dispute as a rebellion by the region's poor. He also threatened to "overthrow" the new leader sworn in by Honduran lawmakers on Sunday. Congress leader Roberto Micheletti has said he would only serve out the end of Zelaya's term, which ends in January following presidential elections set for November. His designated foreign minister, meanwhile, told Honduran radio on Monday that no coup had occurred, saying the military had merely upheld the constitution "that the earlier government wanted to reform without any basis and in an illegal way". Troops with riot shields surrounded the presidential palace on Monday and armoured military vehicles were parked in front. But soldiers made no attempt to clear pro-Zelaya protesters who were burning tyres and other debris, as well as blocking streets with downed trees and billboards. The Honduran constitution limits presidents to a single four-year term and forbids any modification of that limit. Zelaya's opponents feared he would use the referendum results to try to run again, just as Chavez reformed his country's constitution to be able to seek re-election repeatedly. Micheletti on Sunday that the army acted on orders from the courts and that the ouster was carried out "to defend respect for the law and the principles of democracy". But he threatened to jail Zelaya and put him on trial if he returned. Coups were common in Central America until the 1980s, but Sunday's ouster was the first military power grab in Latin America since a brief, failed 2002 coup against Chavez. It was the first military ouster of a Central American president since 1993, when Guatemalan military officials refused to accept President Jorge Serrano's attempt to seize absolute power and removed him. 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APTN APEX 06-29-09 1552EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: STILLS Jackson Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:STILLS Jackson- REPLAY STILLS showing singer rehearsing for London concerts LENGTH: 00:45 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Mute SOURCE: AP PHOTOS/JACKSON HANDOUT STORY NUMBER: 611269 DATELINE: Los Angeles - 6 May 2009 LENGTH: 00:45 SHOTLIST AP PHOTOS/MICHAEL JACKSON HANDOUT - NO ACCESS CANADA/FOR BROADCAST USE ONLY - STRICTLY NO ACCESS ONLINE OR MOBILE - NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES ++STILLS++ 1. Wide of Pop star Michael Jackson, centre, and director Kenny Ortega, left, are shown during rehearsals for 50-date comeback 'This Is It' concerts that were scheduled to take place in London prior to the singers death 2. Various of Jackson during rehearsals for London concerts STORYLINE Michael Jackson cuts a thin, gaunt figure in photographs of rehearsals for the "This Is It" London comeback shows he never got to perform. Mounting a comeback aimed at least in part on erasing the taint of years of scandal, Michael Jackson was to due to play a staggering 50 shows at the O2 arena, the first of them in mid-July. It was a schedule daunting enough that Jackson was training in recent months with Lou Ferrigno, the star of TV's "Incredible Hulk." But those involved in the production said Jackson was heavily involved in all aspects of the concert rehearsals. He had hired a personal trainer and was practicing with backup dancers and choreographers several hours a day. Randy Phillips, president and CEO of AEG Live, the producers of the London show, said Jackson was dancing as well or better than the 20-year-old dancers we surrounded him with. Maryss Courchinoux, a 29-year-old from Paris who said she had been selected as a backup dancer for the show, described the tour rehearsals as more arduous than the performances themselves. Jackson's family said he died of cardiac arrest on Thursday at UCLA Medical Centre. A person familiar with the situation, speaking on condition of anonymity because the person had not been authorised to speak publicly, said it was an apparent heart attack. Los Angeles County medical examiners completed their autopsy on Friday and said Jackson had taken unspecified prescription medication. Los Angeles County coroner's officials said their autopsy found no indication of trauma or foul play. But because of additional tests, an official cause of death could take weeks to determine. Jackson's family have requested a second private autopsy. There was no word from the family on funeral plans. Many of Jackson's relatives have gathered at the family's Southern California compound, to care for Jackson's three children. Michael Jackson's mother, Katherine, is taking care of the singer's three children and the family will go to court in part to protect her rights to custody, the family's spokesman said on Monday. 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APTN APEX 06-29-09 1553EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: Indonesia Pearl Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:Indonesia Pearl- REPLAY Japanese pearl expert found dead LENGTH: 00:59 FIRST RUN: 1230 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Indonesia TYPE: Indonesian/Commentary/Nat SOURCE: TV ONE STORY NUMBER: 611248 DATELINE: East Java - 28 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:59 SHOTLIST 1. Various of police placing cordon around ruins of house 2. Various of investigators inspecting debris and ruins of house 4. Mid of generator 5. Wide of police cordon with Torao Inagaki's workshop in the background 5. Mid of man pointing to window of workshop 6. Close-up of window with one slat broken 7. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) Akp Hariyanto, local police chief: "(We found the body) at the corner of the house. He had probably been hit by something heavy. He had fallen down and had been dragged for around five metres to where we found him." 8. Various of investigators examining crime scene STORYLINE A Japanese man has been found dead on a small island off Java, Indonesia, according to an Indonesian television report. Broadcaster TV One said local police reported on Monday they had found the body of pearl expert Torao Inagaki on the coast of Ngrembeng Island, located in East Java Province. Video footage broadcast on TV One showed police cordoning off the ruins of a house which appeared to have been partly destroyed and burnt. Japan's Kyodo news agency reported local police suspect that Inagaki had been murdered. A local police chief said Inagaki had probably "been hit with something heavy", and that his body had been "dragged for around five metres" after he had been hit. Inagaki was found with injuries on the back of his head and bruises around his neck, and there was evidence to suggest his body might have been thrown into the sea, Kyodo reported. A few days prior to his death, Inagaki had told police he saw two men trying to access his office, Kyodo reported. Inagaki worked as a consultant at a pearl cultivation centre, the agency said. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-29-09 1554EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: France Obama Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:France Obama- REPLAY Wax statue of Obama goes on show at Eiffel Tower LENGTH: 01:44 FIRST RUN: 0930 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: French/English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 611236 DATELINE: Paris - 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:44 SHOTLIST 1. Pan of Eiffel Tower to people gathered around US President Barack Obama's wax statue being presented to the media by the Grevin Wax Museum in Paris 2. Mid of people gathered around statue 3. Obama's wax statue with the Eiffel tower in the background 4. Close up of Obama's wax statue 5. Mid of Obama's wax statue with the sculptor Eric Saint Chaffray on the left and the makeup artist Helene Jonca on the right with the white blouse 6. SOUNDBITE: (French) Eric Saint Chaffray, sculptor: "The main difficulty is making it without meeting him, from press photos. Otherwise, it's always the same difficulties that come back when working on resemblance - matching up the information given by documents, and finding an spirit, an expression that is recurring in the documents which is something that is not easy." 7. Cutaway of Obama's wax statue 8. Photographer taking pictures of the statue in front of the Eiffel Tower 9. SOUNDBITE: (French) Eric Saint Chaffray, sculptor: "We're presenting Barack Obama at the Grevin Museum in the context of a gathering of heads of state which is why he has kind of an official attitude, a little bit stiff." 10. Pan from statue to tourists taking pictures in front of the Eiffel Tower 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Emily Artes, American tourist: "It looks really cool, we all, actually on the bus and we were joking about how he actually looked like Obama, everyone was joking that he was actually here and that we were going take pictures with him and stuff." 12. Close up of Obama's statue 13. Mid of Obama's statue with 2 fake bodyguards STORYLINE With the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop, a wax statue of US President Barack Obama was unveiled in Paris on Monday. The statue will be place in the famed Grevin French Wax Museum alongside other heads of state including French President Nicolas Sarkozy, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Founded in 1882 and modelling itself on London's Madame Tussauds, the Grevin wax museum recreates the world's great and the good, bringing back to life historical events. The waxwork of President Obama will join nearly the recreations of almost all US Presidents since 1882. Sculptor Eric Saint Chaffray explained that it wasn't easy to create a model of a man that he had never met, relying solely on press releases and photos. "We're presenting Barack Obama at the Grevin Museum in the context of a gathering of heads of state which is why he has kind of an official attitude, a little bit stiff," he added. 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APTN APEX 06-29-09 1555EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: Iran Recount 2 Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:Iran Recount 2- REPLAY Partial recount, TV says vote valid, street scenes LENGTH: 02:27 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: No Iran/No BBC Persian Service/No VOA Persian TV TYPE: Farsi/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/IRIB STORY NUMBER: 611316 DATELINE: Tehran - 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:27 ++NO ACCESS IRAN/BBC PERSIAN TV SERVICE/ VOA PERSIAN TV++ ++AP Television is adhering to Iranian law that stipulates all media are banned from providing BBC Persian or VOA Persian any coverage from Iran, and under this law if any media violate this ban the Iranian authorities can immediately shut down that organisation in Tehran.++ SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 1330 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 29 JUNE 2009) IRIB - NO ACCESS IRAN/BBC PERSIAN TV SERVICE/ VOA PERSIAN TV 1. Various of vote recount ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1830 NORTH AMERICA PRIME NEWS - 29 JUNE 2009) IRIB - NO ACCESS IRAN/BBC PERSIAN TV SERVICE/ VOA PERSIAN TV 2. Wide of IRIB newsreader in studio 3. IRIB newsreader (Farsi) reading letter from Guardian Council Secretary Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati to Interior Minister Sadegh Mahsouli: ++INCLUDES FILE PICTURES OF VOTING++ "Regarding the final result of the 10th presidential election held on June 12, the Guardian Council hereby declares that, upon publicly calling for filing appeals and complaints to the process of voting and election as well as adding five more days to the deadline for filing complaints, according to the Article 8 of the Presidential Election Law, the council began its probe. Subsequently, after meticulous and comprehensive examination and review on submitted complaints, most of which could not be considered irregularity and were partially slight irregularities that are common to any election and needless of attention, finally the Guardian Council, following several meetings on the case, rules out the complaints and protests and declares that, according to the Article 79 of the Presidential Election Law, the 10th presidential election is valid." ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1830 NORTH AMERICA PRIME NEWS - 29 JUNE 2009) AP TELEVISION - NO ACCESS BBC PERSIAN TV SERVICE/ VOA PERSIAN TV 4. High angle shot of traffic on street 5. Pan from riot police walking down Tehran's Vali-e-Asr street to traffic 6. Mid of riot police walking 7. High angle of traffic on street 8. Close-up of hand dialling on a mobile phone with message reading on phone screen (English) "connection error" 9. Mid of hand holding cell phone STORYLINE Iran's election oversight body on Monday declared the hotly disputed presidential vote to be valid after a partial recount, rejecting opposition allegations of fraud and further silencing calls for a new vote. State television reported that the Guardian Council presented the conclusion in a letter to the interior minister following a recount of what was described as a randomly selected 10 percent of the almost 40 (m) million ballots cast on 12 June. Opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi had claimed that he, not incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, was the rightful winner and called for a new election, something the government repeatedly said it would not do. Mousavi supporters took to the streets in protest after the election, outraged by official results that gave Ahmadinejad the victory by a roughly 2-1 margin. The recount conducted on Monday appeared to be an attempt to cultivate the image that Iran was seriously addressing fraud claims, while giving no ground in the clampdown on opposition. Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the Council already had pronounced the results free of major fraud and insisted that Ahmadinejad won by a landslide. Even if errors were found in nearly every one of the votes in the recount, Ahmadinejad, according to the government's count, still would have tallied more votes than Mousavi. In the hours leading to the announcement of the recount result, riot police were seen on the capital's streets and the mobile phone network appeared to have been cut off. Authorities cracked down hard on dissent, most recently on Sunday when riot police clashed with up to three-thousand protesters near the Ghoba Mosque in north Tehran. It was Iran's first major post-election unrest in four days. 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APTN APEX 06-29-09 1558EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: ++Iraq Withdrawal 6 Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:++Iraq Withdrawal 6- NEW Celebrations as US withdrawal nears, FM comments LENGTH: 02:34 FIRST RUN: 1930 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 611322 DATELINE: Baghdad - 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:34 SHOTLIST 1. Various of boats on the Tigris river filled with people carrying Iraqi flags and cheering on the Tigris river 2. Pull out from man playing drum and others on boat to mid 3. Wide of people seated in front of big screen 4. Mid of man dancing 5. Man chanting and singing 6. Wide of news conference 7. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Hoshyar Zebari, Iraqi Foreign minister: "It is a very important day and it represents the first practical implementation for the withdrawal agreement signed by the Iraqi government. Nobody should undermine the importance of this day and the importance of the withdrawal and this move will pave the way for the complete withdrawal of US and foreign forces from Iraq. The Iraqi government is confident of the capabilities of our armed and security forces to handle security issues and control the situation despite the attacks and explosions carried by terrorist groups and these attacks will not affect this process." 8. Various of people attending celebration 9. Salah Hassan, singer, on stage 10. Various of people watching 11. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Ali Karim, local resident: "I hope that the American troops will leave the country as a whole. We want to live in peace and security. We are fed up of explosions and displacement. We want to live in prosperity." 12. Various of fireworks STORYLINE Celebrations began on Monday in Baghdad as patriotic songs rang out from speakers mounted at police stations and military checkpoints, hours before the deadline for US combat troops to withdraw from Iraqi cities. The Iraqi government plans to hold a large party on Tuesday in one of Baghdad's main parks on the west side of the Tigris River that will include popular singers and fireworks. The celebration will be broadcast on the other side of the river on a giant screen that was being installed on Monday. US combat troops must withdraw from Iraqi cities by June 30 according to a security agreement that also requires all American forces to leave the country by the end of 2011. Some Americans will remain in the cities as trainers and advisers, but the bulk of the more than 130-thousand US troops in Iraq have assembled in large bases outside urban centres. The top American military commander in the Middle East, General David Petraeus, expressed confidence on Monday that Iraqi security forces are ready despite a string of deadly bombings in recent days. The blasts, which have killed more than 250 people in a little over a week, have raised concerns that violence will spike in Iraq's urban areas after the last US troops leave. But the Iraqi government has said its forces are prepared and has declared Tuesday "National Sovereignty Day," a public holiday that will be marked by festivities. Iraqi Foreign minister Hoshyar Zebari said the Iraqi government is "confident of the capabilities of our armed and security forces to handle security issues". US and Iraqi officials have warned they expect more violence in the coming days as militants try to undermine confidence in the government. 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APTN APEX 06-29-09 1559EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: ++Honduras Tension 3 Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:++Honduras Tension 3- NEW Security forces clash with protesters LENGTH: 01:13 FIRST RUN: 1930 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Venezuela TYPE: Natsound/Commentary SOURCE: TELESUR STORY NUMBER: 611332 DATELINE: Tegucigalpa - 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:13 SHOTLIST: 1. Top view of security forces deployed, running 2. Wide of smoke rising, unidentified people running, civilians, security forces 3. Various of people, security forces STORYLINE Venezuelan television Telesur aired footage on Monday of what it said was security forces moving forward towards civilians demonstrating in Tegucicalpa. Honduras' newly appointed leader vowed to resist pressure from across the Americas to reinstate the president ousted in a military coup, as protesters burned tires outside the occupied presidential palace. Leaders from Hugo Chavez to Barack Obama called for the reinstatement of Manuel Zelaya, who was arrested in his pajamas Sunday morning by soldiers who stormed his residence and flew him into exile. Eight leftist countries pulled their ambassadors from Honduras. Roberto Micheletti, appointed president by Congress, insisted that Zelaya was legally removed by the courts and Congress for violating Honduras' constitution - allegedly to extend his rule. Zelaya's ouster was Central America's first coup in at least 16 years. 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APTN APEX 06-29-09 1623EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: ++US Jackson Family 2 Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:++US Jackson Family 2- NEW Joe Jackson, Sharpton talk to media, guardianship documents LENGTH: 02:38 FIRST RUN: 1930 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: VARIOUS STORY NUMBER: 611325 DATELINE: Encino - 29 June 2009/ Recent LENGTH: 02:38 SHOTLIST: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Encino, California - 29 June 2009 1. Michael Jackson's father, Joe Jackson, civil rights activist, Reverend Al Sharpton and member of The Chi-Lites band, Marshall Thompson (with white hat) walking to microphones 2. Michael Jackson's memorial shrine 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Reverend Al Sharpton, civil rights activist "It is the determination of the family to be careful and deliberate on how they plan his celebration of life because we're talking about an historic figure that really changed pop culture around the world. This is not something you do carelessly and spontaneously." 4. Sign at makeshift memorial reading: (English) "We are the world, thank you MJ." 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson's father: "We're searching to see what happened to Michael." (Q: Do you have any idea about what timeframe for it (a funeral)?) "As I just answered your question, we don't have a timeframe yet because I want to see how this autopsy is coming out, you know? The second autopsy." (Q: When do you expect to hear back from the private autopsy?) "They're doing it right now, and I'm expecting to hear about it real soon." AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Encino, California - 27 June 2009 ++NIGHT SHOT++ 6. Car passing by with Michael Jackson's mother, Katherine Jackson AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Los Angeles, California - 29 June 2009 7. Various court documents on Katherine Jackson for Michael Jackson's estate and guardianship on his children HOLLYWOOD TV - NO ACCESS TMZ / NO ACCESS ACCESS HOLLYWOOD / NO ACCESS EXTRA / NO ACCESS INSIDE EDITION - DO NOT OBSTRUCT HOLLYWOOD TV LOGO FILE: Los Angeles - 27 April 2009 8. Various of Michael Jackson shopping with his children AP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADA/ FOR BROADCAST USE ONLY - STRICTLY NO ACCESS ONLINE OR MOBILE Pasadena, California - 1996 9. STILL of Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe AP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADA/ FOR BROADCAST USE ONLY - STRICTLY NO ACCESS ONLINE OR MOBILE Santa Maria, California - 2005 10. STILL of Debbie Rowe at court for Michael Jackson's trial STORYLINE: Michael Jackson's father told journalists on Monday that the planning for the pop star's funeral depends on the results of a second autopsy. Joe Jackson told reporters outside the family's Southern California compound that the second autopsy was under way, but he expected results soon. The county coroner conducted an autopsy on Friday, but deferred a decision on the cause of death. Joe Jackson denied reports that his son would be buried at his Neverland ranch. He also said that Michael Jackson's children were happy and are in the company of other children. Meanwhile, civil rights activist, Reverend Al Sharpton, who spent the morning with the Jacksons, said consideration of how to celebrate the legacy of the pop star must be done "carefully". And Michael Jackson's mother asked a Superior Court judge on Monday to name her administrator of her late son's estate so she can ensure the King of Pop's three children are its beneficiaries. The court filing states that Jackson's parents believe he died without a valid will. Supporting Katherine Jackson in her petition bid to administer the estate was Jackson's father, Joe Jackson. The court documents state that Katherine Jackson "intends to marshal assets of the decedent for the exclusive use of the deceased's three children - her grandchildren - after payment of debts and expenses of administration." Earlier, Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff granted Katherine Jackson's request to assume temporary guardianship of her son's children, but did not immediately rule on her request to administer their estate. Beckloff scheduled hearings for July 6 and August 3 to take up the matters, including whether to also approve a request by Jackson to become permanent guardian of her son's children. So far, a will for Michael Jackson, which might spell out his wishes for care of his children and his estate, has not surfaced. Jackson never told his family who he had in place to handle his business affairs, a person close to the family has told The Associated Press. The person, who requested anonymity because of the delicate nature of the situation, said they were told by the singer's phalanx of advisers that he likely had a will, but it may be many years old. When Jackson died on Thursday, he left behind three children: Michael Joseph Jackson Jr, known as Prince Michael, 12; Paris Michael Katherine Jackson, 11; and Prince Michael II, 7. The youngest son was born to a surrogate mother. The filing lists the children as living at the Jacksons' family compound in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley. In her request to take over the children's estate, Jackson's mother listed its value as "unknown." "Minor children are currently residing with paternal grandmother," the filing states in an explanation of why Katherine Jackson should be appointed guardian. "They have a long established relationship with paternal grandmother and are comfortable in her care." The declaration states that Deborah Rowe is the mother of Jackson's two eldest children, but lists her whereabouts as "unknown." A family attorney said the Jacksons haven't heard from Rowe since Michael Jackson's death. For Jackson's youngest child, nicknamed Blanket, Monday's court filing states "None" for the mother. It also states that all three of children "have no relationship with their biological mother." 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APTN APEX 06-29-09 1629EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1930: +US Madoff 2 Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:+US Madoff 2- WRAP Disgraced financier sentenced to 150 years ADDS reax LENGTH: 02:04 FIRST RUN: 1930 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: VARIOUS STORY NUMBER: 611326 DATELINE: New York - 29 June 2009/ File LENGTH: 02:04 SHOTLIST ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1930 ASIA PACIFIC PRIME NEWS) AP TELEVISION NEWS - AP CLIENTS ONLY New York City - 29 June 2009 1. Wide exterior tilt down courthouse 2. Mid of media 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Dominic Ambrosino, Madoff victim: "He looked me right in the eye and I was pretty surprised, I was one of very few people that he looked right in the eye and it felt good, it felt right. The judge sent a message, he turned around, naturally, you know he's a man, I'll give him that, he faced us, but the message the judge sent today, we're just hoping that things follow through." ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1930 ASIA PACIFIC PRIME NEWS) COURTROOM SKETCH - ARTIST MARILYN CHURCH - AP CLIENTS ONLY New York City - 29 June 2009 4. Artists impression of Madoff before the judge 5. Artists impression of Madoff in court ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1930 ASIA PACIFIC PRIME NEWS) AP TELEVISION NEWS - AP CLIENTS ONLY New York City - 29 June 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Hays, AP court reporter: "Unlike his sentencing, he came a little bit closer to showing some remorse, however much like his sentencing back in March, he didn't display a lot of emotion. For the first time he actually turned around and spoke directly to his victims and said, 'I'm sorry and I know that won't make any difference to you'." ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1930 ASIA PACIFIC PRIME NEWS) COURTROOM SKETCH - ARTIST MARILYN CHURCH - AP CLIENTS ONLY New York City - 29 June 2009 7. Artists impression of US District Judge Denny Chin ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1930 ASIA PACIFIC PRIME NEWS) AP TELEVISION NEWS - AP CLIENTS ONLY New York City - 29 June 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Sharon Lissauer, Madoff victim: "I didn't really believe that he was sorry. If he was really sorry he wouldn't have done this for so many years." 9. People holding signs at anti-Madoff rally 10. Pan of woman holding anti-SEC (Security and Exchange Commission) sign at rally 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Cynthia Friedman, Madoff victim: "We want what's entitled to us from SIPC (Securities Investor Protection Corporation), which is funded from the security houses and we would like the President or SEC to tell SIPC to follow the laws that are on the books that are created for just this happening." 12. Pan from media outside courthouse to exterior of building (FIRST RUN 1430 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS) AP TELEVISION NEWS - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: New York City - March 12, 2009 13. Pan of Bernie Madoff exiting car and walking into courthouse STORYLINE Convicted Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff was sentenced to 150 years in prison on Monday for a fraud so extensive that the judge said he needed to send a message to potential imitators and to victims who demanded harsh punishment. Scattered applause and whoops broke out in the crowded Manhattan courtroom after US District Judge Denny Chin issued the maximum sentence to the 71-year-old defendant, who said he lived "in a tormented state now, knowing all the pain and suffering I've created". Chin rejected a request by Madoff's lawyer for leniency and said he disagreed that victims of Madoff's Ponzi, or pyramid, scheme were seeking mob vengeance. The judge said the estimate that Madoff had cost his victims more than 13 (b) billion US dollars was conservative because it did not include money from feeder funds. "Here the message must be sent that Mr. Madoff's crimes were extraordinarily evil and that this kind of manipulation of the system is not just a bloodless crime that takes place on paper, but one instead that takes a staggering toll," the judge said. Chin announced the sentence with Madoff standing at the defence table, wearing a dark suit, white shirt and a tie, and looking thinner than his last court appearance in March. He gave no noticeable reaction when the sentence was announced. When asked by the judge whether he had anything to say, Madoff slowly stood, leaned forward on the defence table and spoke in a monotone for about 10 minutes. At various times, Madoff referred to his historic fraud as a "problem", "an error of judgement" and "a tragic mistake". He claimed he and his wife were tormented, saying she "cries herself to sleep every night, knowing all the pain and suffering I have caused". "That's something I live with, as well," he said. Madoff showed no emotion earlier in the hearing as he listened to nine victims spend nearly an hour describing their despair. He then finally looked at the victims lining the first row of the gallery. "I will turn and face you," he said. "I'm sorry. I know that doesn't help you," Madoff added. One of the victims, Dominic Ambrosino, told reporters outside court that Madoff looked him in "right in the eye and it felt good". "He faced us, but the message the judge sent today, we're just hoping that things follow through," Ambrosino added. Before Madoff became a symbol of Wall Street greed, he earned a reputation as a trusted money manager with a Midas touch. Even as the market fluctuated, clients of his secretive investment advisory business, from Florida retirees to celebrities such as Steven Spielberg, actor Kevin Bacon and Hall of Fame pitcher Sandy Koufax, for decades enjoyed steady double-digit returns. But late last year, Madoff made a dramatic confession: authorities say he pulled his sons aside and told them it was "all just one big lie". Madoff pleaded guilty in March to securities fraud and other charges. The 171 (b) billion US dollars forfeiture figure used by prosecutors merely mirrors the amount they estimate that, over decades, "flowed into the principal account to perpetrate the Ponzi scheme". The statements sent to investors showing their accounts were worth as much as 65 (b) billion US dollars were fiction. The investigation found that in reality, Madoff never made any investments, instead using the money from new investors to pay returns to existing clients, and to finance a lavish lifestyle for his family. 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GIULIANI, PAUL AT AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY EVENT
[GIULIANI, PAUL AT AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY EVENT] [WASHINGTON, DC USA] FTG OF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE FORMER NEW YORK CITY MAYOR RUDY GIULIANI SPEAKING AT THE AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON, DC / DEFENDING THE AMERICAN DREAM SUMMIT 18:11:07 push into Giuliani RUDY GIULIANI: So I'd like to start off right away with a declaration of my political beliefs and political faith. I'm a supply-sider... (APPLAUSE) ... because I believe that we're essentially a private economy, and that if the government returns money to the private economy, that economy grows. Now, I not only believe this, I actually -- I believe I'm the only one running for president who has actually made this work. (LAUGHTER) I've actually made it work. I've actually done it. So I'm not a supply-sider just out of theories, or ideas. I'm a supply-sider because I've actually made it work and showed the results of it in tremendous economic growth. (APPLAUSE) Low taxes -- low taxes stimulate growth, they expand freedom, they spark innovation and they increase prosperity. But why would anybody be surprised by that? Freedom works. (APPLAUSE) A lot of people will come here, and they're going to be talking about tax cuts and spending cuts and economic results, and I think that's great. I appreciate all the support for those principles that we can have. But I point out to you that I'm the one who has the record of results from doing each and every one of those things, not once, not twice, but in many cases eight, nine, 10, 12 times, and against very, very big odds. (APPLAUSE) So I ask you to just -- I ask you to compare results. Rhetoric's important. Ideas are important. The most important things are results. And the results that I had in New York City was a city that I was handed that was in economic distress; some people thought in economic crisis. We had 10 percent or more unemployment. We had lost 350,000 jobs. Our taxes were the highest in the country. Our citizens were leaving in large numbers. People were hopeless. Sixty percent of the population, 70 percent of the population wanted to live somewhere else. Do you know what it feels like to finally get elected mayor of the city that you come from, and 70 percent of the people want to leave and go somewhere else? (LAUGHTER) By the time I left, 70 percent wanted to stay. GIULIANI: Seventy-five percent thought it was going in the right direction. We cut unemployment in half. We replaced the loss of 350,000 jobs with a gain of 460,000 jobs. We moved 640,000 people off welfare. (APPLAUSE) And all the things that I said we accomplished -- which I call results, not just rhetoric or talk -- all of the things that I just said we accomplished, we accomplished with the policies and the programs that you believe in and the policies and programs that you're going to discuss at this conference: smaller government, lower taxes, much more accountable government, more balanced regulations. In other words, we very simply reduced the influence of government over the economy of New York City, we reduced taxes by $9 billion and we put the taxes back in the pockets of our citizens, and those citizens used that money more wisely than government. (APPLAUSE) So I don't even know why we debate it any longer. How about we just make a simple statement: Tax cuts work? They work. (APPLAUSE) They worked for President Kennedy. They worked for President Reagan. They work for President Bush right now. They helped Germany and Japan rebuild after their economies were broken by World War II. They worked in New York City for me. Even France... (LAUGHTER) Even France is considering tax cuts under Sarkozy. GIULIANI: Even France! The only place -- and I've been checking on this; maybe they'll contradict me when they check on this -- the only place -- the only place anybody in the whole world is thinking about tax increases is right here in Washington, D.C. That's it. (BOOING) And they happen to be Democrats and they're running for president of the United States. (BOOING) I got to tell you my dream. I've got to tell you my dream. Are there any psychiatrists in this audience? (LAUGHTER) OK. Here's the dream. I just read this book a few weeks ago by the new president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy. President Sarkozy is writing probably about a year ago, and he's writing about how he wants to come to the United States -- wants to come to the United States and he's writing about how he wants to use our policies to help France. Whether it's reducing taxes -- corporate taxes, reducing the size of government, he wants to do something very similar to what I want to do -- only rehire half the people who retire to shrink the civilian workforce. You like that idea? AUDIENCE MEMBER: I like that. GIULIANI: Yes, that's a great idea, isn't it? (APPLAUSE) And he wants to get the French to work more than 35 hours a week. (LAUGHTER) Come on, we're for that, right? AUDIENCE: Yes. GIULIANI: And he wants to do it by giving them tax-free income after 35 hours a week. So I have this dream, now, about four or five times -- can't get rid of it, have it over and over again. President Sarkozy is on an airplane. He's flying to the United States. This other airplane is coming from the United States to France. It gets perilously close to his airplane. They almost hit as they cross over the Atlantic. They get real close to each other, like this. So you can see inside the window of Sarkozy's plane from the other plane, and Sarkozy can see inside the window of the plane headed for France. And they all wave to each other, because they recognize each other. Sarkozy's in one plane. And the people going from the United States to France waving to him are Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards. (APPLAUSE) They want to go to France to figure out how they can take all those failed policies and put them in effect here in the United States... (LAUGHTER) ... bigger government, higher taxes, more regulation. GIULIANI: Well, I told you, I speak about this from the point of view of not just philosophy. I do agree with the philosophy and the ideas, but I speak about it because I made it work for me. And I made it work for me under what could've been described as the worst of circumstances. Became mayor of New York City, tremendous deficits, large unemployment, tremendous lack of spirit, people leaving the city, jobs leaving, and a commission had been put together -- don't you love commissions? (LAUGHTER) The commission for everything. But there was a commission put together how to solve the fiscal problems of New York City. And they wrote up a big report and they sent it to me a couple of weeks after I was elected. And the New York Times really liked this report a lot. So the New York Times wanted to know, "What are you going to do with the report?" GIULIANI: The report recommended higher taxes, higher regulations, more fees, more government control. I said, "Well, you know what I'm going to do with the report? In fact, I think I've already done it. I'm going to throw it in the garbage." (LAUGHTER) And I did. I threw it in the garbage. And what I did was, I went in the other direction. We went line by line and we cut spending. We reduced the burden of regulations. We privatized to the extent that we could. And here's what we did over and over and over again: We cut taxes. I recommended 64 tax cuts. We accomplished 23 of them that I approved. We cut taxes by over $9 billion. We took the income tax and reduced it by 24 percent. And by the time I was finished, we were collecting 41 percent more revenues from the low tax than we used to collect from the high tax. So don't tell me that tax cuts don't work. (APPLAUSE) We changed our welfare offices. We gave them a new name and a new function. You know what the new name of the welfare offices were in New York? Job centers. Job centers. (LAUGHTER) (APPLAUSE) But doing this -- but doing this took a lot more -- took a lot more than just rhetoric. It took a lot more than just tinkering with a few laws and regulations. What it took was transforming a culture. In the case of New York, it meant taking on the very bad ideas, the liberal ideas that were at the core of the city's decline for several generations. It meant taking on a belief that taxpayers exist to serve government. It's the other way around: Government exists to serve you, the people. That's the way it's supposed to work in this country. (APPLAUSE) It meant taking on the establishment. GIULIANI: And I have to tell you, it was really good training so that I'll be able to be the one to take on Washington, and change the culture of spending in this city, just like I did in New York. (APPLAUSE) Democrats illustrate one of President Ronald Reagan's favorite quotations. "Public funds seemingly belong to no one and the temptation to bestow them on someone is irresistible." (LAUGHTER) That's a temptation that Democrats just can't seem to avoid. Let me give you one very recent example. Hillary Clinton, the other day, proposed giving every single baby born in the United States... (LAUGHTER) ... a Hillary bond... (LAUGHTER) ... worth $5,000 each. Now, I know this never occurs to the people like Hillary and the other Democrats here in Washington, but you know something? I got news for you: This costs money. (LAUGHTER) Doesn't just come -- doesn't come from the trees. Doesn't come down from Heaven. It costs money. And when I hear a proposal like that, unlike the Democrats who make it -- who, by the way, in the case of the three leading Democrats, have never run a city, they've never run a state, I don't think they've ever run a business. They want you to give them on-the- job executive training in the executive office of the United States as president. AUDIENCE: No. GIULIANI: Not a good idea. Not a good idea. What do you think? AUDIENCE: No. GIULIANI: How about you never drove before and we're going to give you this complex machine? You want somebody flying your airplane that has no hours of experience flying airplanes? AUDIENCE: No. GIULIANI: Not me. But this is why they make proposals like this. When I hear that, the first moment I heard that -- the first moment I heard Hillary wants to give away $5,000 bonds to every child born in the United States, do you know the first question I asked: How many children are born in the United States? Because I was going to multiply that by the $5,000. Because I ran a city. I've run a business. I know how to make a payroll and I know how to reduce expenses. Do you know how much money it is per year? $20 billion. AUDIENCE: Oooooh. GIULIANI: Hillary, that's real money. (LAUGHTER) You and Bill can't afford that. It's got to come out of somebody's pockets. You know who it comes out of? AUDIENCE: Mine. GIULIANI: Yours, mine, hardworking Americans. Hard-earned tax dollars. $20 billion? And it's going to be more than that, because we're going to have to add to that the cost of the large bureaucracy that's going to have to print up the bonds, right? With Hillary's picture on them. You have to print up the bonds. (LAUGHTER) (APPLAUSE) You got to mail them out to all 4 million kids, right? You may just have to check and make sure you're getting valid birth certificates. You think somebody might think of cheating if they get -- no. (LAUGHTER) No. No, we'll just send them all the money, that's -- you know, we'll just... (LAUGHTER) Now, the other question is, if she's going to do this, maybe she'll make it retroactive. (LAUGHTER) And did you ever think that children of illegal immigrants will have to get this bond? They're born in the United States. They're citizens of the United States. And some of the people who get this bond, this money, may not need it. Suppose the Gateses have another child. (LAUGHTER) Suppose they have twins. (LAUGHTER) You'll be sending them 10 grand. (LAUGHTER) I know they get real upset when I say, you know, "Hillary and John Edwards and Barack Obama want to move us to socialized medicine." Well, they do, you know? But tell me this isn't a socialist idea, tell me this doesn't come out of a wellspring of thinking that has its roots in socialism: Send everybody a $5,000 bond. George McGovern wanted to send everybody a $1,000 check back in 1972. GIULIANI: And if you figure out what $1,000 is worth now, you know what it's worth now? $4,810. Bad socialist ideas never die... (LAUGHTER) They get resurrected in one way or another. (LAUGHTER) Each Democratic candidate promises to raise taxes. You can be sure -- you know, this is a promise they're going to keep, all right? (LAUGHTER) You know that. We've got a different approach. We're going to cut spending, we're going to cut taxes. I guarantee you in a Giuliani administration, the days of anonymous earmarks are over on day one. (APPLAUSE) I look at it this way: I used the broken windows theory to reduce crime in New York by more than it was reduced in any city in the country. I'm going to use a broken windows theory on earmarks. The earmarks are the broken windows of the budget. They're signs of distress. They show a system that's not working. It's like graffiti on the wall of our spending culture. So, we'll end earmarks. We'll make sure that that anonymous spending -- that anonymous pork barrel spending -- that, just like Hillary's proposal, adds up to a lot of money when you finally calculate all of that. And Republicans have a lot of responsibility here. When people tell me we lost Congress last time, I believe one of the reasons we lost Congress is, unfortunately, our party in the Congress became just like the Democrats as far as spending money concerned. Shame on us. Shame on us. (APPLAUSE) We're supposed to stand for something, and what we stand for is fiscal discipline. And when I'm nominated, we'll have this party back as a party clearly rooted in fiscal discipline: restraining spending, no more earmarks, low taxes, a growth party. GIULIANI: But just in case you think that Democrats keep their word, they said they were going to do away with earmarks. Do you know how many they requested in the first six months of this Congress? Thirty-two thousand. That's 32,000 times that they didn't keep their word and they're going in a direction that is worse than the Republicans. But you had to know that because Republicans are amateur spenders and Democrats are professionals. (LAUGHTER) (APPLAUSE) So what are we going to do? What we're going to do is, first, just like we did in New York, we're going to keep the marginal tax rate low. We're going to make sure that the Bush tax cuts -- the level of the Bush tax cuts becomes permanent; they don't get reversed. (APPLAUSE) We're going to index the alternative minimum tax for inflation so it doesn't begin to grow and affect more and more Americans in a way that it was never intended to do. We're going to create new tax savings accounts and new health savings accounts so that people can buy their own health insurance. (APPLAUSE) We're going to give the death tax the death penalty. (APPLAUSE) Gone. Over with. (APPLAUSE) And we're going to create a one-page tax form by simplifying the tax code so that, if you want to, you have the alternative on one page to file your taxes. We'll call it a -- how about we call it a fast tax? (APPLAUSE) We'll get it over with quick. This country did not become great because it has a big government. It became great because it has the largest and most vital private sector in the world. That's why we're a great country. We're not a great country because of our government, we're a great country because of our people. (APPLAUSE) And when our government realizes that, that's when we have a great government. Unlike much of Europe, our government doesn't plan our economy. Our people plan our economy with their individual choices, each one of them in our 50 states, in our hundreds and thousands of different places in America. GIULIANI: Our people are the ones who plan our economy and our government either assists that or it hurts it. So you're going to have a choice in November of 2008. You're going to have a choice in whether you vote for me, where you will increase choices for people, or you vote for the Democrats who will increase choices for government. There's no doubt about it. There's a big dramatic difference coming up in November of 2008. We can take this country in one of two directions. One direction we can take it in are more choices for you. If we reduce taxes, you get the choice over your own money. If we raise taxes, the government gets the choice over that money. The leading Democratic candidate has said the following, describing her philosophy, "I have to take things from you for the common good." (BOOING) Thank you. (LAUGHTER) But excuse me if I don't think that hundreds of millions of American can figure out the common good better than Hillary Clinton... AUDIENCE MEMBER: Amen. (APPLAUSE) GIULIANI: ... or the bureaucrats -- or the bureaucrats that will be managing your -- or the bureaucrats that will be managing your money in Washington. It's your money. It should be your choice. The economy that we live in now is a global economy. That should be exciting. It's exhilarating. It is a tremendous opportunity for this land of entrepreneurs and risk-takers and wealth-creators and inventors and innovators and just hardworking people. That's what Americans are all about. But if we elect a Democrat, sure as I'm standing here, we're going to put a lid on that growth. We're going to hold it down. We're going to push it down. GIULIANI: We're going to push it down by raising taxes, which they promised to do. We're going to hold it down by raising tariffs, like they're promising to do. We're going to totally stop our economic progress by building a health care bureaucracy that is going to move us to socialized medicine. And when our medicine becomes socialized under Hillary Clinton, just where are the Canadians going to go for their health care? (APPLAUSE) I know... (APPLAUSE) We at least know that Michael Moore will be OK. He'll go to Cuba. (APPLAUSE) Right? Right? He'll go to Cuba. But if you elect me president of the United States, instead what you're going to see is, you're going to see, not a lid on that growth, you're going to see that growth become unlimited. And you know why it becomes unlimited? Because when you lower taxes, you keep tariffs down and you open yourself to trade all over the world. When you reduce the size of government, when you put more money back into the private sector, you don't just put more money back into it; you put more energy back into it. You put more life back into it. And then the hopes and the dreams and the aspirations of the American people do not become limited by government, but they get encouraged to think the way great Americans in the past have thought. "What can we invent? What can we create? What can we sell? What can we innovate? What can we dream of? Because now our government is telling us we can dream. We're not limited. We don't have a lid on us." The sky is the limit and America never ever -- never ever fall into this way of thinking. America's future is going to be greater than America's past, because the ability and the heart and the soul and the thinking of American people is unlimited when you allow them to be free, when you allow them to make their own choices, when you don't try to plan them too much, when you don't try to direct them too much. You know what they always do? They defy everybody's expectations. That's what your organization is about. The policies that you're about free the American spirit to soar. So keep fighting for them, let's work together. And in order to accomplish this, let's make sure we have a Republican president in November of 2008. I think I have the one for you. But thank you very, very much. Giuliani waves, push out to ws Giuliani exits stage, ws 18:35:39 FTG OF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE REPRESENTATIVE RON PAUL (R-TEX) SPEAKING AT THE AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON, DC / DEFENDING THE AMERICAN DREAM SUMMIT Ron Paul takes stage, zoom out to ws zoom in ts neglect of the Constitution, following the Constitution. secrecy in gov't, open gov't and personal privacy. Leaves stage.
American Dream Summit with Republican Presidential Candidates 0855-0959 Giuliani and Coburn
[American Dream Summit with Republican Presidential Candidates 0855-0959 Giuliani and Coburn] [WASHINGTON, DC USA] AMERICAN DREAM SUMMIT General session: (moderated by John Stossel) Tentative sequence: GIULIANI - 9:10am Sen. Tom Coburn John Stossel Rep. Ron PAUL - 9:45am Sen. Sam BROWNBACK - 9:55am Former Gov. Mike HUCKABEE - 10:10am (states/convention style event) Final speaker for this session: Sen. Fred THOMPSON - 11:30am Afternoon sessions AMERICAN DREAM SUMMIT - RUDY GIULIANI RS24/X79/Slugged: 0855 GOP SUMMIT X79 TAPE 1 09:20:28 push into Giuliani 09:20:41 RUDY GIULIANI: So I'd like to start off right away with a declaration of my political beliefs and political faith. I'm a supply-sider... (APPLAUSE) ... because I believe that we're essentially a private economy, and that if the government returns money to the private economy, that economy grows. Now, I not only believe this, I actually -- I believe I'm the only one running for president who has actually made this work. (LAUGHTER) I've actually made it work. I've actually done it. So I'm not a supply-sider just out of theories, or ideas. I'm a supply-sider because I've actually made it work and showed the results of it in tremendous economic growth. (APPLAUSE) Low taxes -- low taxes stimulate growth, they expand freedom, they spark innovation and they increase prosperity. But why would anybody be surprised by that? Freedom works. (APPLAUSE) A lot of people will come here, and they're going to be talking about tax cuts and spending cuts and economic results, and I think that's great. I appreciate all the support for those principles that we can have. But I point out to you that I'm the one who has the record of results from doing each and every one of those things, not once, not twice, but in many cases eight, nine, 10, 12 times, and against very, very big odds. (APPLAUSE) So I ask you to just -- I ask you to compare results. Rhetoric's important. Ideas are important. The most important things are results. And the results that I had in New York City was a city that I was handed that was in economic distress; some people thought in economic crisis. We had 10 percent or more unemployment. We had lost 350,000 jobs. Our taxes were the highest in the country. Our citizens were leaving in large numbers. People were hopeless. Sixty percent of the population, 70 percent of the population wanted to live somewhere else. Do you know what it feels like to finally get elected mayor of the city that you come from, and 70 percent of the people want to leave and go somewhere else? (LAUGHTER) By the time I left, 70 percent wanted to stay. GIULIANI: Seventy-five percent thought it was going in the right direction. We cut unemployment in half. We replaced the loss of 350,000 jobs with a gain of 460,000 jobs. We moved 640,000 people off welfare. (APPLAUSE) And all the things that I said we accomplished -- which I call results, not just rhetoric or talk -- all of the things that I just said we accomplished, we accomplished with the policies and the programs that you believe in and the policies and programs that you're going to discuss at this conference: smaller government, lower taxes, much more accountable government, more balanced regulations. In other words, we very simply reduced the influence of government over the economy of New York City, we reduced taxes by $9 billion and we put the taxes back in the pockets of our citizens, and those citizens used that money more wisely than government. (APPLAUSE) So I don't even know why we debate it any longer. How about we just make a simple statement: Tax cuts work? They work. (APPLAUSE) They worked for President Kennedy. They worked for President Reagan. They work for President Bush right now. They helped Germany and Japan rebuild after their economies were broken by World War II. They worked in New York City for me. Even France... (LAUGHTER) Even France is considering tax cuts under Sarkozy. GIULIANI: Even France! The only place -- and I've been checking on this; maybe they'll contradict me when they check on this -- the only place -- the only place anybody in the whole world is thinking about tax increases is right here in Washington, D.C. That's it. (BOOING) And they happen to be Democrats and they're running for president of the United States. (BOOING) I got to tell you my dream. I've got to tell you my dream. Are there any psychiatrists in this audience? (LAUGHTER) OK. Here's the dream. I just read this book a few weeks ago by the new president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy. President Sarkozy is writing probably about a year ago, and he's writing about how he wants to come to the United States -- wants to come to the United States and he's writing about how he wants to use our policies to help France. Whether it's reducing taxes -- corporate taxes, reducing the size of government, he wants to do something very similar to what I want to do -- only rehire half the people who retire to shrink the civilian workforce. You like that idea? AUDIENCE MEMBER: I like that. GIULIANI: Yes, that's a great idea, isn't it? (APPLAUSE) And he wants to get the French to work more than 35 hours a week. (LAUGHTER) Come on, we're for that, right? AUDIENCE: Yes. GIULIANI: And he wants to do it by giving them tax-free income after 35 hours a week. So I have this dream, now, about four or five times -- can't get rid of it, have it over and over again. President Sarkozy is on an airplane. He's flying to the United States. This other airplane is coming from the United States to France. It gets perilously close to his airplane. They almost hit as they cross over the Atlantic. They get real close to each other, like this. So you can see inside the window of Sarkozy's plane from the other plane, and Sarkozy can see inside the window of the plane headed for France. And they all wave to each other, because they recognize each other. Sarkozy's in one plane. And the people going from the United States to France waving to him are Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards. (APPLAUSE) They want to go to France to figure out how they can take all those failed policies and put them in effect here in the United States... (LAUGHTER) ... bigger government, higher taxes, more regulation. GIULIANI: Well, I told you, I speak about this from the point of view of not just philosophy. I do agree with the philosophy and the ideas, but I speak about it because I made it work for me. And I made it work for me under what could've been described as the worst of circumstances. Became mayor of New York City, tremendous deficits, large unemployment, tremendous lack of spirit, people leaving the city, jobs leaving, and a commission had been put together -- don't you love commissions? (LAUGHTER) The commission for everything. But there was a commission put together how to solve the fiscal problems of New York City. And they wrote up a big report and they sent it to me a couple of weeks after I was elected. And the New York Times really liked this report a lot. So the New York Times wanted to know, "What are you going to do with the report?" GIULIANI: The report recommended higher taxes, higher regulations, more fees, more government control. I said, "Well, you know what I'm going to do with the report? In fact, I think I've already done it. I'm going to throw it in the garbage." (LAUGHTER) And I did. I threw it in the garbage. And what I did was, I went in the other direction. We went line by line and we cut spending. We reduced the burden of regulations. We privatized to the extent that we could. And here's what we did over and over and over again: We cut taxes. I recommended 64 tax cuts. We accomplished 23 of them that I approved. We cut taxes by over $9 billion. We took the income tax and reduced it by 24 percent. And by the time I was finished, we were collecting 41 percent more revenues from the low tax than we used to collect from the high tax. So don't tell me that tax cuts don't work. (APPLAUSE) We changed our welfare offices. We gave them a new name and a new function. You know what the new name of the welfare offices were in New York? Job centers. Job centers. (LAUGHTER) (APPLAUSE) But doing this -- but doing this took a lot more -- took a lot more than just rhetoric. It took a lot more than just tinkering with a few laws and regulations. What it took was transforming a culture. In the case of New York, it meant taking on the very bad ideas, the liberal ideas that were at the core of the city's decline for several generations. It meant taking on a belief that taxpayers exist to serve government. It's the other way around: Government exists to serve you, the people. That's the way it's supposed to work in this country. (APPLAUSE) It meant taking on the establishment. GIULIANI: And I have to tell you, it was really good training so that I'll be able to be the one to take on Washington, and change the culture of spending in this city, just like I did in New York. (APPLAUSE) Democrats illustrate one of President Ronald Reagan's favorite quotations. "Public funds seemingly belong to no one and the temptation to bestow them on someone is irresistible." (LAUGHTER) That's a temptation that Democrats just can't seem to avoid. Let me give you one very recent example. Hillary Clinton, the other day, proposed giving every single baby born in the United States... (LAUGHTER) ... a Hillary bond... (LAUGHTER) ... worth $5,000 each. Now, I know this never occurs to the people like Hillary and the other Democrats here in Washington, but you know something? I got news for you: This costs money. (LAUGHTER) Doesn't just come -- doesn't come from the trees. Doesn't come down from Heaven. It costs money. And when I hear a proposal like that, unlike the Democrats who make it -- who, by the way, in the case of the three leading Democrats, have never run a city, they've never run a state, I don't think they've ever run a business. They want you to give them on-the- job executive training in the executive office of the United States as president. AUDIENCE: No. GIULIANI: Not a good idea. Not a good idea. What do you think? AUDIENCE: No. GIULIANI: How about you never drove before and we're going to give you this complex machine? You want somebody flying your airplane that has no hours of experience flying airplanes? AUDIENCE: No. GIULIANI: Not me. But this is why they make proposals like this. When I hear that, the first moment I heard that -- the first moment I heard Hillary wants to give away $5,000 bonds to every child born in the United States, do you know the first question I asked: How many children are born in the United States? Because I was going to multiply that by the $5,000. Because I ran a city. I've run a business. I know how to make a payroll and I know how to reduce expenses. Do you know how much money it is per year? $20 billion. AUDIENCE: Oooooh. GIULIANI: Hillary, that's real money. (LAUGHTER) You and Bill can't afford that. It's got to come out of somebody's pockets. You know who it comes out of? AUDIENCE: Mine. GIULIANI: Yours, mine, hardworking Americans. Hard-earned tax dollars. $20 billion? And it's going to be more than that, because we're going to have to add to that the cost of the large bureaucracy that's going to have to print up the bonds, right? With Hillary's picture on them. You have to print up the bonds. (LAUGHTER) (APPLAUSE) You got to mail them out to all 4 million kids, right? You may just have to check and make sure you're getting valid birth certificates. You think somebody might think of cheating if they get -- no. (LAUGHTER) No. No, we'll just send them all the money, that's -- you know, we'll just... (LAUGHTER) Now, the other question is, if she's going to do this, maybe she'll make it retroactive. (LAUGHTER) And did you ever think that children of illegal immigrants will have to get this bond? They're born in the United States. They're citizens of the United States. And some of the people who get this bond, this money, may not need it. Suppose the Gateses have another child. (LAUGHTER) Suppose they have twins. (LAUGHTER) You'll be sending them 10 grand. (LAUGHTER) I know they get real upset when I say, you know, "Hillary and John Edwards and Barack Obama want to move us to socialized medicine." Well, they do, you know? But tell me this isn't a socialist idea, tell me this doesn't come out of a wellspring of thinking that has its roots in socialism: Send everybody a $5,000 bond. George McGovern wanted to send everybody a $1,000 check back in 1972. GIULIANI: And if you figure out what $1,000 is worth now, you know what it's worth now? $4,810. Bad socialist ideas never die... (LAUGHTER) They get resurrected in one way or another. (LAUGHTER) Each Democratic candidate promises to raise taxes. You can be sure -- you know, this is a promise they're going to keep, all right? (LAUGHTER) You know that. We've got a different approach. We're going to cut spending, we're going to cut taxes. I guarantee you in a Giuliani administration, the days of anonymous earmarks are over on day one. (APPLAUSE) I look at it this way: I used the broken windows theory to reduce crime in New York by more than it was reduced in any city in the country. I'm going to use a broken windows theory on earmarks. The earmarks are the broken windows of the budget. They're signs of distress. They show a system that's not working. It's like graffiti on the wall of our spending culture. So, we'll end earmarks. We'll make sure that that anonymous spending -- that anonymous pork barrel spending -- that, just like Hillary's proposal, adds up to a lot of money when you finally calculate all of that. And Republicans have a lot of responsibility here. When people tell me we lost Congress last time, I believe one of the reasons we lost Congress is, unfortunately, our party in the Congress became just like the Democrats as far as spending money concerned. Shame on us. Shame on us. (APPLAUSE) We're supposed to stand for something, and what we stand for is fiscal discipline. And when I'm nominated, we'll have this party back as a party clearly rooted in fiscal discipline: restraining spending, no more earmarks, low taxes, a growth party. GIULIANI: But just in case you think that Democrats keep their word, they said they were going to do away with earmarks. Do you know how many they requested in the first six months of this Congress? Thirty-two thousand. That's 32,000 times that they didn't keep their word and they're going in a direction that is worse than the Republicans. But you had to know that because Republicans are amateur spenders and Democrats are professionals. (LAUGHTER) (APPLAUSE) So what are we going to do? What we're going to do is, first, just like we did in New York, we're going to keep the marginal tax rate low. We're going to make sure that the Bush tax cuts -- the level of the Bush tax cuts becomes permanent; they don't get reversed. (APPLAUSE) We're going to index the alternative minimum tax for inflation so it doesn't begin to grow and affect more and more Americans in a way that it was never intended to do. We're going to create new tax savings accounts and new health savings accounts so that people can buy their own health insurance. (APPLAUSE) We're going to give the death tax the death penalty. (APPLAUSE) Gone. Over with. (APPLAUSE) And we're going to create a one-page tax form by simplifying the tax code so that, if you want to, you have the alternative on one page to file your taxes. We'll call it a -- how about we call it a fast tax? (APPLAUSE) We'll get it over with quick. This country did not become great because it has a big government. It became great because it has the largest and most vital private sector in the world. That's why we're a great country. We're not a great country because of our government, we're a great country because of our people. (APPLAUSE) And when our government realizes that, that's when we have a great government. Unlike much of Europe, our government doesn't plan our economy. Our people plan our economy with their individual choices, each one of them in our 50 states, in our hundreds and thousands of different places in America. GIULIANI: Our people are the ones who plan our economy and our government either assists that or it hurts it. So you're going to have a choice in November of 2008. You're going to have a choice in whether you vote for me, where you will increase choices for people, or you vote for the Democrats who will increase choices for government. There's no doubt about it. There's a big dramatic difference coming up in November of 2008. We can take this country in one of two directions. One direction we can take it in are more choices for you. If we reduce taxes, you get the choice over your own money. If we raise taxes, the government gets the choice over that money. The leading Democratic candidate has said the following, describing her philosophy, "I have to take things from you for the common good." (BOOING) Thank you. (LAUGHTER) But excuse me if I don't think that hundreds of millions of American can figure out the common good better than Hillary Clinton... AUDIENCE MEMBER: Amen. (APPLAUSE) GIULIANI: ... or the bureaucrats -- or the bureaucrats that will be managing your -- or the bureaucrats that will be managing your money in Washington. It's your money. It should be your choice. The economy that we live in now is a global economy. That should be exciting. It's exhilarating. It is a tremendous opportunity for this land of entrepreneurs and risk-takers and wealth-creators and inventors and innovators and just hardworking people. That's what Americans are all about. But if we elect a Democrat, sure as I'm standing here, we're going to put a lid on that growth. We're going to hold it down. We're going to push it down. GIULIANI: We're going to push it down by raising taxes, which they promised to do. We're going to hold it down by raising tariffs, like they're promising to do. We're going to totally stop our economic progress by building a health care bureaucracy that is going to move us to socialized medicine. And when our medicine becomes socialized under Hillary Clinton, just where are the Canadians going to go for their health care? (APPLAUSE) I know... (APPLAUSE) We at least know that Michael Moore will be OK. He'll go to Cuba. (APPLAUSE) Right? Right? He'll go to Cuba. But if you elect me president of the United States, instead what you're going to see is, you're going to see, not a lid on that growth, you're going to see that growth become unlimited. And you know why it becomes unlimited? Because when you lower taxes, you keep tariffs down and you open yourself to trade all over the world. When you reduce the size of government, when you put more money back into the private sector, you don't just put more money back into it; you put more energy back into it. You put more life back into it. And then the hopes and the dreams and the aspirations of the American people do not become limited by government, but they get encouraged to think the way great Americans in the past have thought. "What can we invent? What can we create? What can we sell? What can we innovate? What can we dream of? Because now our government is telling us we can dream. We're not limited. We don't have a lid on us." The sky is the limit and America never ever -- never ever fall into this way of thinking. America's future is going to be greater than America's past, because the ability and the heart and the soul and the thinking of American people is unlimited when you allow them to be free, when you allow them to make their own choices, when you don't try to plan them too much, when you don't try to direct them too much. You know what they always do? They defy everybody's expectations. That's what your organization is about. The policies that you're about free the American spirit to soar. So keep fighting for them, let's work together. And in order to accomplish this, let's make sure we have a Republican president in November of 2008. I think I have the one for you. 09:44:31 But thank you very, very much. 09:44:35 Giuliani waves, push out to ws 09:44:40 Giuliani exits stage, ws 09:47:47 Sen. Tom Coburn speaking. 09:53:27 Coburn exits stage
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AP-APTN-1830 North America Prime News -Final Saturday, 30 January 2010 North America Prime News Switz WEF Demo 2 02:26 AP Clients Only WRAP Demos at the WEF, water cannons used to try and disperse protesters Switz WEF US Taiwan 01:29 AP Clients Only REPLAY US senator reacts to US Taiwan arms sale Switz WEF Economy 01:59 AP Clients Only REPLAY Participants discuss bank regulations and state of the world economy Switz WEF Germany Afghan 01:14 AP Clients Only REPLAY German Defence Minister comments on Afghanistan Pakistan Blast 01:11 AP Clients Only REPLAY Suicide blast kills sixteen; hospital pictures Afghanistan NATO 01:41 AP Clients Only REPLAY Airstrike kills 4 after NATO and Afghan forces mistake each other for the enemy US Bush Senior 01:43 AP Clients Only NEW Former Pres George HW Bush and son Jeb visit Obama at White House Iran President 01:20 No BBC Perisa Service/No VOA Persia Service REPLAY Ahmadinejad says West in decline, Iran most important nation on earth Iran Trial 00:56 No Iran/ No BBC Persian Service/No VOA Persian TV REPLAY 16 held over anti-govt protests put on trial, state media reports Germany Weather 2 03:29 See Script REPLAY Public transport shut down due to heavy snowfall, wintry conditions B-u-l-l-e-t-i-n begins at 1830 GMT. APEX 01-30-10 1357EST -----------End of rundown----------- AP-APTN-1830: Switz WEF Demo 2 Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:Switz WEF Demo 2- WRAP Demos at the WEF, water cannons used to try and disperse protesters LENGTH: 02:26 FIRST RUN: 1730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/German/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 635271 DATELINE: Davos - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 02:26 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 1730 NEWS UPDATE - 30 JANUARY 2010) 1. Wide of demonstrators, water jets being deployed in the distance 2. Protesters running away from water jets, some throwing snowballs 3. Close-up of police spraying water towards protesters 4. Protesters throwing snowballs over fence at police 5. Close-of police with shields and water hose 6. Police spraying man in rabbit costume, man running away (FIRST RUN EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 30 JANUARY 2010) 7. Mid of demonstrators shaking fence outside venue 8. Mid of demonstrators throwing snowballs at police, close to entrance to the venue 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Name not given, demonstrator: "This demonstration is because the WEF is on the output, you see much good things, what is on the media, and on the inside, on the little lobbies and everywhere else there is much going on. We don't see and we don't know what happens there, and little businesses and that's really the dirty business, gangster's paradise in the house." (shows snowboard with writing reading "Gangster's Paradise") 10. Mid of demonstrators marching with red flags 11. SOUNDBITE (German) Rolf Marouk, regional parliament Green Party member: "We don't believe the people at the WEF are changing the world, that they really want to change the state of the world. This is why we took to the streets, to present our own ideas and because we are convinced that the people from the WEF really can't improve the state of the world." 12. Mid of demonstrators writing graffiti on Davos banner 13. Wide of riot police at road block STORYLINE About 100 protesters demonstrated on Saturday against the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos in the Swiss Alps. Protesters tried to bring down a fence surrounding the venue hosting the meeting and threw snowballs at riot police. The protest, organised by anti-capitalist groups, the local Green Party and socialist movement, made its way to a hotel where some high-level guests were staying. Police used water cannons to try and disperse the demonstrators. "We are convinced that the people from the WEF really can't improve the state of the world," local Green Party member Rolf Marouk said. Top politicians and business leaders have been converging on the Alpine resort for five-days of talks including boosting the recovery of the global market and tackling the thorny issue of government plans to tighten banking regulations. On Saturday, government regulators from the United States and Europe laid out their financial reform plans before a sceptical banking industry, asking financiers for input but adamant that change was coming with or without their support. The meeting came after days of tension over US government plans for stricter controls on the financial industry to limit speculation and avoid a repeat of the 2008 meltdown that plunged the world into recession. Bankers have protested the new proposals, saying the US and other countries risk choking off a gradual economic recovery with regulation they see as heavy-handed. 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APTN APEX 01-30-10 1350EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Switz WEF US Taiwan Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:Switz WEF US Taiwan- REPLAY US senator reacts to US Taiwan arms sale LENGTH: 01:28 FIRST RUN: 1730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 635272 DATELINE: Davos - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:28 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot of World Economic Forum lobby 2. Medium shot of US Senator Lindsey O. Graham (South Carolina) talking to officials 3. Various of Graham 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) US Senator Lindsey O. Graham, Republican, South Carolina: "I do believe in reunification between the Taiwanese people and the people in Taiwan and mainland China, but not at the force of a gun or the threat of invasion. I want to compliment the Obama administration for agreeing to these arms sales. I think people of Taiwan are seeking to reconcile with mainland China but not through the threat of invasion at the force of a gun, and my commitment to the Taiwanese people is not going to change because of mainland China's action here." 5. Close of World Economic Forum sign 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) US Senator Lindsey O. Graham, Republican, South Carolina: "As we do business together, as we try to form partnerships and relationships the one thing that China needs to understand is that you can't be a good partner unless you're honest with each other. So my call is for the Chinese government to stop monitoring the internet, human right abuses abound in China, and stop trying to reconcile through the force of arms with the threat of invasion with Taiwan." 7. Wide of Graham with officials STORYLINE: China suspended military exchanges with the United States, threatened unprecedented sanctions against American defence companies and warned on Saturday that cooperation would suffer after Washington announced 6.4 (b) billion dollars in planned arms sales to Taiwan. The response to Friday's US announcement, while not entirely unexpected, was swift and indicated that China plans to put up a greater challenge than usual as it deals with the most sensitive topic in US-China relations. US Republican Senator Lindsey O. Graham, who has worked on US-Chinese trade agreements, was in Davos for the World Economic Forum on Saturday. He reacted to the Chinese response saying: "I want to compliment the Obama administration for agreeing to these arms sales. I think people of Taiwan are seeking to reconcile with mainland China but not through the threat of invasion at the force of a gun, and my commitment to the Taiwanese people is not going to change because of mainland China's action here." China's Defence Ministry said the arms sales to self-governing Taiwan, which the mainland claims as its own, cause "severe harm" to overall U.S.-China cooperation, the state-run Xinhua News Agency reported. Tensions were already high after recent US comments on internet freedom and a dispute between Google and China, as well as President Barack Obama's plan to meet with Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama this year. Graham said: "As we do business together, as we try to form partnerships and relationships the one thing that China needs to understand is that you can't be a good partner unless you're honest with each other. So my call is for the Chinese government to stop monitoring the internet, human right abuses abound in China, and stop trying to reconcile through the force of arms with the threat of invasion with Taiwan." The United States is Taiwan's most important ally and largest arms supplier, and it's bound by law to ensure the island is able to respond to Chinese threats. China responds angrily to any proposed arms sales, however, and it also cut off military ties with the US in 2008 after the former Bush administration announced a multi-billion dollar arms sale to Taiwan. A similar cut-off of military ties was expected this time, but it comes as Washington and Beijing wanted to improve normally frosty relations between their armed forces. The US has tried to use military visits to build trust with Beijing and learn more about the aims of its massive military build-up. Though Taiwan's ties with China have warmed considerably since Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou took office 20 months ago, Beijing has threatened to invade if the island ever formalises its de facto independence. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 01-30-10 1423EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Switz WEF Economy Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:Switz WEF Economy- REPLAY Participants discuss bank regulations and state of the world economy LENGTH: 01:59 FIRST RUN: 1430 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: French/German/English/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 635261 DATELINE: Davos - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:59 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot of media waiting 2. SOUNDBITE: (French) Dominique Strauss-Kahn, IMF (International Monetary Fund) Managing Director: "As far as the reform of the financial sector is concerned, we must accelerate and go further, not just for the banks, but also the rest of the financial sector. We have proposed a method of taxing the financial system, so to make it contribute to the risks being taken collectivity." 3. Wide shot of French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde arriving towards the cameras 4. SOUNDBITE: (French) Christine Lagarde, French Finance Minister, answering question about economic outlook: "Growth everywhere, certainly much stronger in the emerging countries. China's path has been obvious in this domain, and growth in Europe of course much more fragile, with France emerging a little stronger than others." 5. Various shots of European Central Bank Head Jean Claude Trichet talking to officials 6. Various shots of Governor of the Canadian National Bank talking to officials 7. SOUNDBITE: (German) Josef Ackermann, CEO Deutsche Bank AG: "No, it (regulation) is not going too far yet. We are still trying to find the structures and we will make decisions on its extent later. In the meantime, we are still studying the potential effects." 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Planning Commission Deputy Chairman "Well, I think that is an issue. I don't mean so much over-regulation, I'm really concerned - is it really a level playing field? And we are concerned that in the guise regulation there shouldn't be financial protection. Definitely there will be some deal averaging, as long as it's not a built-in bias against developing countries - we don't have problem." 9. Woman posing with Zakumi, the official 2010 World Cup mascot STORYLINE: International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Saturday said that financial sector reforms should be bold but handled in close cooperation so that no countries suffer as a result. Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos he said: "as far as the reform of the financial sector is concerned, we must accelerate and go further, not just for the banks, but also the rest of the financial sector. We have proposed a method of taxing the financial system, so to make it contribute to the risks being taken collectivity." It's hoped tighter regulation of the financial sector could in turn stimulate overall economic confidence. But Indian Planning commission chief Montek S Ahluwaliha was concerned to ensure a level playing field was created and that regulation should not mean financial protection and it did not squeeze developing countries. The IMF chief and the Indian official spoke following a Davos debate on the global economic outlook from which French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde emerged in confident mood to speak about "growth everywhere, certainly much stronger in the emerging countries." China's path, she said,"has been obvious in this domain, growth in Europe of course (is)much more fragile, France (is) doing a bit better then others." 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APTN APEX 01-30-10 1334EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Switz WEF Germany Afghan Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:Switz WEF Germany Afghan- REPLAY German Defence Minister comments on Afghanistan LENGTH: 01:14 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: German/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 635269 DATELINE: Davos - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:14 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of World Economic Forum (WEF) lobby 2. German Defence Minister, Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, entering World Economic Forum venue 3. Guttenberg being interviewed 4. SOUNDBITE: (German) Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, German Defence Minister: "The troop numbers were developed by the military leadership, and that is a clear statement. The fact that there are wild numbers being bandied about ahead of the conference is understandable, but it is also understandable that in the end, the number is the one suggested by the military leadership and the ministry." 5. Guttenberg talking in WEF lobby 6. SOUNDBITE: (German) Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, German Defence Minister: "No, that is not a sign of a lack of trust, but of its existence, because these troops will be placed under German command. It is important we continue to act together in Afghanistan. It is a mission for the international community. We're all ready to take on a certain change of strategy and therefore we're thankful for additional capacity which we are getting in the North. We need to be successful in Afghanistan together and not point fingers at each other." 7. Wide pan of WEF main congress hall STORYLINE: German Defence Minister, Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg on Saturday insisted the plan to increase the number of German troops in Afghanistan corresponds with the numbers demanded by the country's top military. Speaking ahead of his appearance at the World Economic Forum in Davos, zu Guttenberg said: "The fact that there are wild numbers being bandied about ahead of the conference is understandable, but it is also understandable that in the end, the number is the one suggested by the military leadership and the ministry." Earlier this week, Germany pledged to increase its troop contingent in Afghanistan by up to 850 and focus more strongly on training local security forces. Germany has nearly 4,300 soldiers in Afghanistan. They serve under a parliamentary mandate that currently sets the maximum number at 4,500. German Chancellor Angela Merkel did not specify what the new upper limit might be. Zu Guttenberg also commented on the apparent planned deployment of US soldiers in northern Afghanistan, where German troops are operating. "That is not a sign of a lack of trust, but of its existence, because these troops will be placed under German command." "It is important we continue to act together in Afghanistan. It is a mission for the international community. We're all ready to take on a certain change of strategy and therefore we're thankful for additional capacity which we are getting in the North. We need to be successful in Afghanistan together and not point fingers at each other," he said. 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APTN APEX 01-30-10 1346EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Pakistan Blast Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:Pakistan Blast- REPLAY Suicide blast kills sixteen; hospital pictures LENGTH: 01:11 FIRST RUN: 1430 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Pashto/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 635262 DATELINE: Peshawar - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:11 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Wide of security outside Lady Reading Hospital 2. Ambulance arriving at the hospital 3. Man carrying injured child out of ambulance 4. Medics wheeling in injured into hospital on stretcher 5. Mid of hospital ward, people gathered round bed of injured man 6. Mid of medics attending to injured man 7. Mid of medics attending to injured child 8. SOUNDBITE: (Pashto) Khan Badsha, father of child hurt in blast: "It was about two o'clock (0900 GMT) when this incident happened. 16 people died on the spot. When we got there we saw eight people injured, and the authorities were not allowing us to enter the hospital (in Bajur)." 9. Badsha's injured son lying on bed 10. SOUNDBITE: (Pashto) Khan Badsha, father of child hurt in blast: "He (Khan's son) went to buy oil, and we didn't know where he was. Around four o'clock (1100 GMT) we knew that my son was injured." 11. Wide of hospital ward STORYLINE A suicide bomber killed 16 people on Saturday at a police checkpoint in a northwest Pakistani tribal area where the military declared victory over the Taliban and al-Qaida last year, highlighting the difficulty Islamabad has in holding regions once the battle phase of its army offensives end. Fourteen civilians and two police officers died in the suicide attack in the Bajur tribal region, while 20 people were wounded, local government official Bakhat Pacha said. The attacker, on foot, struck a market area in the region's main town, Khar, he said. Some of the wounded were in a critical condition at hospitals, the official added. Three of the injured; one man and two children were rushed to Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar. One man, standing by his child's bedside, said his son had gone to the market to buy oil when he was hurt in the explosion. The attack came a day after officials said security forces had killed 44 militants in three days of battles on the outskirts of Khar. Pakistan waged a major military offensive against Taliban and al-Qaida insurgents in Bajur in 2008, declaring victory over the militants by February 2009. But in recent weeks, clashes and now this latest suicide attack have signalled a deteriorating security situation in the area. 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APTN APEX 01-30-10 1336EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Afghanistan NATO Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:Afghanistan NATO- REPLAY Airstrike kills 4 after NATO and Afghan forces mistake each other for the enemy LENGTH: 01:41 FIRST RUN: 1130 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Dari/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 635237 DATELINE: Wardak Province - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:41 ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE, STORYLINE UPDATED FOR THE 1330 BULLETIN++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of Afghan police at the site of the airstrike on an Afghan National Army outpost 2. Mid of Afghan police at the scene 3. Close of rifle, military vehicles in background 4. Various of snow-covered outpost, snow blackened by the airstrike 5. Wide of helicopter flying overhead 6. Wide of outpost 7. Wide of Wardak to Kandahar highway 8. Mid of locals stepping off bus 9. Wide of traffic clogged up along road, people standing at side of road 10. SOUNDBITE: (Dari) Dil Agha, local resident, vox pop: "The Afghan National Army check post was bombed by Americans. Four Afghan National Army soldiers were martyred and eight were wounded. Americans did it." 11. SOUNDBITE: (Dari) Haji Khan Mohammad, local resident, vox pop: "I am from this area. I witnessed the entire incident myself. Planes arrived and bombed the Afghan National Army check post, they hit some of the houses around the area with mortars. All the people standing here can see that the check post was bombed." 12. Mid of Afghan National Army soldier, vehicles in background 13. Wide of American military vehicle at the site STORYLINE: Four Afghan soldiers died in an apparent friendly fire incident between NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) and Afghan troops on Saturday at a snow-covered highway outpost, United States and Afghan officials said. The incident began about 3 a.m. local time on Saturday (2230 GMT Friday) in the eastern Wardak province, when a joint NATO-Afghan force traded fire with another Afghan unit manning the outpost, Afghanistan's Defence Ministry said. NATO troops then called in an airstrike, killing the four Afghans, NATO and the Afghan ministry said. Neither group confirmed the nationality of the NATO soldiers. Footage of the aftermath showed American armoured vehicles in the area, about half a mile (one kilometre) from the hilltop outpost. The snow outside the fortified compound was blackened by the airstrike. Afghanistan's Defence Ministry condemned the incident and demanded punishment for those responsible. NATO called it a "regrettable incident" and announced an investigation. NATO said they were shot at first, prompting the joint force to return fire before calling in the airstrike. Afghan provincial officials said the fighting was due to a misunderstanding as the joint NATO-Afghan force returned from an operation in the Sayed Abad district. Provincial spokesman Shahidullah Shahid said seven Afghan soldiers had been wounded. A local man said eight had been wounded. The conflicting casualty tolls could not immediately be reconciled. The deaths are likely to strain relations between NATO and Afghan forces at a time when both are calling for a closer partnership in the fight against the Taliban. In a separate incident in Wardak province, a NATO official said an Afghan interpreter killed two US service members before he was killed himself at a combat outpost. The new details emerged on Saturday, a day after the deaths were announced in a brief statement. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorised to release the information. First reports indicated three Americans were killed but the official said one of the dead was an Afghan. 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APTN APEX 01-30-10 1338EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: US Bush Senior Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:US Bush Senior- NEW Former Pres George HW Bush and son Jeb visit Obama at White House LENGTH: 01:43 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: POOL STORY NUMBER: 635267 DATELINE: Washington - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:43 WHITEHOUSE POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++AUDIO QUALITY AS INCOMING++ SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of limousine carrying former US President George H.W. Bush pulling up at White House West Wing 2. Bush getting out of limousine to be greeted by First Lady Michelle Obama before going inside 3. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and his father walking out and getting into their car UPSOUND (English) George H.W. Bush, former US President: "Good meeting, good meeting." 5. Car driving off STORYLINE Former US President George H.W. Bush paid a social call on current President Barack Obama at the White House on Saturday. The former president, 85, walked gingerly into the White House, using a cane, as heavy snow fell. He departed 35 minutes later, telling the cameras it was a "good meeting, good meeting." Bush was accompanied by his oldest son, former Florida governor, Jeb Bush. White House aides said the visit was simply a social call because the former president was in Washington for a dinner. 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APTN APEX 01-30-10 1339EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Iran President Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:Iran President- REPLAY Ahmadinejad says West in decline, Iran most important nation on earth LENGTH: 01:20 FIRST RUN: 1030 RESTRICTIONS: No BBC Perisa Service/No VOA Persia Service TYPE: Farsi/Natsound SOURCE: IRINN STORY NUMBER: 635225 DATELINE: Tehran - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 01:20 IRINN - No Access Iran / No Access BBC Persian/ No Access VOA Persian ++AP Television is adhering to Iranian law that stipulates all media are banned from providing BBC Persian or VOA Persian any coverage from Iran, and under this law if any media violate this ban the Iranian authorities can immediately shut down that organisation in Tehran.++ SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot of audience at conference of Islamic Association of Students listening to Iranian President's speech 2. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iranian President speaking at podium 3. SOUNDBITE: (Farsi) Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iranian President: "It is very clear that the materialistic system and dominant system has reached the end of the road, both theoretically and practically." 4. Pan of audience 5. SOUNDBITE: (Farsi) Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iranian President: "We need a new system and Iran can pioneer the establishment of such a system." 6. Mid shot of clerics 7. SOUNDBITE: (Farsi) Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iranian President: (Soundbite starts on midshot of clerics) "There is no doubt that today, the Iranian nation is the strongest, most powerful and most important nation of the world." 8. Wide shot of audience 9. SOUNDBITE: (Farsi) Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iranian President: "Anybody who has the final say here (in the Middle East region), would also have the last say in the world. Now the question is who has the final word in the Middle East? It is clear, everybody admits that (Iran has the final say)." 10. Various of conference STORYLINE: The Iranian president Saturday lambasted the West and claimed Iran was the strongest nation in the world, as the Iranian leadership intensifies its campaign to eliminate the challenge from the pro-reform opposition movement, despite international condemnation. Speaking at a conference in Tehran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the West's "materialistic system and dominant system has reached the end of the road, both theoretically and practically." "Without any doubt, today the Iranian nation is the strongest, most powerful and most important nation of the world," he added. The president also said that Iran would have the "final word" in the Middle East, expanding the comment further by saying, "anybody who has the final say here, would also have the last say in the world." The sharp rhetoric came days after two men caught up in the government's post-election crackdown were executed. Mohammad Reza Ali Zamani, 37, and Arash Rahmanipour, 20 were arrested before the June 12 election on charges of belonging to an armed group aiming to topple the government. But they were put on the same mass trial as around 100 opposition activists, protesters and politicians who were arrested in the post-election crackdown. Hard-liners have called for the trial and execution of Iran's opposition leaders including Mir Hossein Mousavi and former reformist president Mohammad Khatami and former parliamentary speaker Mahdi Karroubi. Hundreds have been arrested in the heavy crackdown by security forces against opposition protests, but activists have continued to hold sporadic, large street rallies. The opposition says President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's victory in the June election was fraudulent and call for his removal - though some in the movement have expanded to criticise Iran's clerical leadership. 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APTN APEX 01-30-10 1341EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Iran Trial Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:Iran Trial- REPLAY 16 held over anti-govt protests put on trial, state media reports LENGTH: 00:56 FIRST RUN: 1230 RESTRICTIONS: No Iran/ No BBC Persian Service/No VOA Persian TV TYPE: Commentary SOURCE: IRIB STORY NUMBER: 635241 DATELINE: Tehran - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 00:56 IRIB - No Access Iran / No Access BBC Persian/ No Access VOA Persian ++AP Television is adhering to Iranian law that stipulates all media are banned from providing BBC Persian or VOA Persian any coverage from Iran, and under this law if any media violate this ban the Iranian authorities can immediately shut down that organisation in Tehran.++ SHOTLIST 1. Wide pan of courtroom 2. Pan of courtroom 3. Lawyers 4. Wide pan of courtroom 5. Pull out from judge to wide of trial 6. Back of defendant and prosecutor at podium and reverse shot of one defendant 7. Wide pan of courtroom STORYLINE Iran put 16 people allegedly detained during anti-government protests last month on trial on Saturday on charges of rioting and conspiring against the ruling system, Iran's state media reported. The official IRNA news agency and state Press TV said the defendants, who appeared in a Tehran courtroom, face charges ranging from plotting against the establishment to violating security regulations. Five of those on trial, including two women, were accused of "moharebeh," or defying God, a charge that could carry the death penalty, the semi-official ISNA news agency reported. IRNA said all of the defendants were detained during anti-government demonstrations on December 27, when at least eight people were killed and hundreds more were arrested after clashes between opposition activists and security forces. The violence was the worst since authorities launched a harsh crackdown immediately after Iran's disputed presidential election in June. IRNA quoted a prosecutor identified only by the last name of Farahani as saying in court that the defendants have confessed to spying, planning bomb attacks and damaging public and private properties. He also said the defendants sent videos on the clashes between protesters and Iranian police to the "foreign hostile networks," IRNA reported. During past mass trials in Iran, many Western human rights group have cautioned that detainees in Iran have made confessions under coercion from the authorities. The new trial comes amid a sweeping crackdown by Iran's clerical leaders against opposition activists in a bid to crush the challenge that has emerged to their rule in the wake of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's disputed re-election in June. The hardline government has tried more than 100 political activists since August, sentencing more than 80 people to prison terms and handing down 11 death sentences. The trial also comes days after the authorities hanged two men who had been convicted of belonging to "counter-revolutionary and monarchist groups," plotting to overthrow "the Islamic establishment" and planning assassinations and bombings. The men were arrested months before the election. But they were put on the same mass trial as around 100 opposition activists, protesters and politicians who were arrested in the post-election crackdown - an attempt by the leadership to show that the political opposition is in league with violent armed groups in a foreign-backed plot to overthrow the Islamic system. Despite the crackdown, opposition activists have continued to hold sporadic, large street rallies. The opposition says President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's victory in the June election was fraudulent and call for his removal - though some in the movement have expanded to criticise Iran's clerical leadership. 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APTN APEX 01-30-10 1342EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Germany Weather 2 Saturday, 30 January 2010 STORY:Germany Weather 2- REPLAY Public transport shut down due to heavy snowfall, wintry conditions LENGTH: 03:29 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: DNF/RTL STORY NUMBER: 635270 DATELINE: Various - 30 Jan 2010 LENGTH: 03:29 DNF - NO ACCESS GERMANY RTL - NO ACCESS GERMANY, AUSTRIA (EXCEPT: INFOSCREEN, ATV+), GERMAN-SPEAKING SWITZERLAND (EXCEPT: TELEZUERI), LUXEMBURG AND ALTO ADIGE SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 30 JANUARY, 2010) DNF - NO ACCESS GERMANY Rostock ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++ 1. Wide shot of snow-covered road 2. Car leaving garage in deep snow, gets stuck, zoom in 3. Car stuck in snow 4. Man digging up snow under car, pan to snow 5. Bus stop sign, zoom out to bus stop covered in snow 6. Bike covered in snow, tilt-up to sign 7. Person skiing in road 8. Car being pushed back into garage 9. Car stopped in snow 10. Snow blizzard and parked cars 11. Man throwing sand on road 12. Woman walking in snow in front of car 13. Man with snow clearing machine (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 30 JANUARY, 2010) RTL - NO ACCESS GERMANY, AUSTRIA (EXCEPT: INFOSCREEN, ATV+), GERMAN-SPEAKING SWITZERLAND (EXCEPT: TELEZUERI), LUXEMBURG AND ALTO ADIGE Hamburg 14. Zoom out from skyline to people skating on frozen lake 15. Dogs pulling sled 16. People skating on ice 17. Wide of people walking through snow 18. Children making 'snow angels' 19. Various of children sliding on ice (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 30 JANUARY, 2010) RTL - NO ACCESS GERMANY, AUSTRIA (EXCEPT: INFOSCREEN, ATV+), GERMAN-SPEAKING SWITZERLAND (EXCEPT: TELEZUERI), LUXEMBURG AND ALTO ADIGE Neuburg, Bavaria 20. Various of swimmers competing in event on Donau river 21. Swimmer dancing as he comes out of water (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 30 JANUARY, 2010) RTL - NO ACCESS GERMANY, AUSTRIA (EXCEPT: INFOSCREEN, ATV+), GERMAN-SPEAKING SWITZERLAND (EXCEPT: TELEZUERI), LUXEMBURG AND ALTO ADIGE Near Rostock 22. Various of ships and swell in Baltic Sea (FIRST RUN 1630 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 30 JANUARY, 2010) RTL - NO ACCESS GERMANY, AUSTRIA (EXCEPT: INFOSCREEN, ATV+), GERMAN-SPEAKING SWITZERLAND (EXCEPT: TELEZUERI), LUXEMBURG AND ALTO ADIGE Thurmansbang, Bavaria 23. Various of campers and tents at biker weekend in mountains near Munich 24. Close of biker dressed in Viking helmet STORYLINE Heavy snow and high winds have caused traffic chaos in Germany, leaving three people dead and dozens more injured. Police said one person was killed and more than 40 injured in over 300 accidents on Friday night and Saturday in the northwestern state of North Rhine-Wesphalia alone. Two other people were killed in separate accidents on slick roads in the southern state of Bavaria. In the northern state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania public transit was shut down in the city of Rostock as the area was hit with 12 inches (30 centimetres) of snow overnight and high winds. The conditions caused long traffic jams on many highways, the closure of others, and flight delays and cancellations. However the weather couldn't stop some intrepid Germans who refused to give up on their weekend activities. In Hamburg hundreds of families came out to skate and sled on the now frozen Alster Lake, a once in a decade phenomenon according to forecasters. In Bavaria nearly 1700 swimmers turned out at the Donau river as they braved the ice cold waters to take part in the 'Neuburger Donauschwimmen' event. While in nearby Thurmansbang, campers tented out in thick snow as the German Motorcyclist Federation welcomed bikers from all over Europe to the traditional 'Elefantentreffen' in the middle, of a now frozen, Bavarian forest. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 01-30-10 1344EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM -------------------