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Poland Arrest
AP-APTN-1830: Poland Arrest Thursday, 26 August 2010 STORY:Poland Arrest- REPLAY American wanted in Virginia on child sex charges arrested LENGTH: 01:32 FIRST RUN: 1530 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Poland TYPE: Polish/Nat SOURCE: TVN STORY NUMBER: 655563 DATELINE: Gliwice - 26 Aug 2010 LENGTH: 01:32 TVN - NO ACCESS POLAND SHOTLIST 1. Police officer walking down the stairs with defendant 2. Police officer removing handcuffs from defendant 3. Set-up Cezary Zaworski, Polish border guards spokesman 4. SOUNDBITE (Polish) Cezary Zaworski, Polish border guards spokesman: "The man caught by the border guards has been handed over to the Board of Police Detention. There he will be waiting until he will be taken to the Prosecutor's Office in Gliwice, which will be proceeding with a further investigation and finally will decide about the seized man's future." 5. Policeman in corridor, closing cell door 6. Defendant as seen through peep hole in cell door 7. Policeman looking through peep hole of cell door before opening door and entering and then coming out again STORYLINE Polish authorities have arrested a US citizen wanted for allegedly sexually abusing five boys in Virginia. The man, named as 39-year-old John Edward Hamilton, was apprehended on Wednesday on a bus as he was heading from Poland to Denmark. He was handed over to police pending a court decision whether to extradite him to the US. According to Interpol, the 39-year-old fled to Europe in late 2009. It says the former baseball and basketball coach is accused of sexually abusing the boys, ages 10 to 16, between 1992 and 2008. Interpol says Hamilton had been scheduled to plead guilty to a series of offences before he fled. 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 08-26-10 1432EDT
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Poland Transplant
AP-APTN-2330: Poland Transplant Tuesday, 28 May 2013 STORY:Poland Transplant- Doctors comment as transplant patient sees his new face for the first time LENGTH: 02:51 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Poland TYPE: Polish/Nat SOURCE: TVN STORY NUMBER: 893838 DATELINE: Gliwice - May 2013 LENGTH: 02:51 TVN - NO ACCESS POLAND SHOTLIST: 1. Grzegorz (no surname made available) in his hospital bed, surrounded by medical staff, looking at himself in mirror 2. Various of Grzegorz being helped up from bed, once standing he makes a thumbs up sign and waving with both hands to medical staff and media on other side of window of his hospital room 3. Medical staff watching outside Grzegorz's room 4. SOUNDBITE (Polish) Krzysztof Olejnik, head of the team of anaesthesiologists: "Today was a big day for him. I gave him a mirror so he could see his new face. He reacted as if he was born like this. He said: 'It's OK. It looks like my old face.'" 5. Various of Grzegorz sitting on bed, making thumbs up sign and waving 6. SOUNDBITE (Polish) Adam Maciejewski, head of transplant team: "We've reached an important phase. The patient is being moved from intensive care ward to the transplant ward. It's an important moment. The patient is able to perform some life functions and in some way he can take care of himself. It's a key moment which we have been waiting for. It's not the end of the road. He will stay here for a while as he's to help improve his immune system. He needs proper care, isolation, sterile conditions. But we hope that his condition will remain improving." 7. Grzegorz exercising 8. Grzegorz seen through window of his room 9. Close-up nurse 10. Grzegorz being helped back in bed 11. SOUNDBITE (Polish) Adam Maciejewski, head of transplant team: "He gets up, he can communicate, though he still has got temporary tracheotomy tubes so his respiratory tract could heal properly as it is now. He is also able to see. I think he has a positive attitude as he passes the good vibes to us every day. We can see remarkable improvement of his condition, day after day." 12. Various of Grzegorz in bed STORYLINE: A Polish man who received a face transplant just three weeks after being disfigured in a workplace accident saw his new face in a mirror for the first time on Tuesday. Doctors said the 33-year-old, identified only by his first name of Grzegorz, told them his new face looked like his old one. The patient received a skin-and-bone transplant on 15 May at Gliwice hospital, three weeks after losing his nose, upper jaw and cheeks in an accident at a stone mason's workshop near the southwestern city of Wroclaw. He received intensive treatment at a hospital in Wroclaw that saved his life and eyesight. But an attempt to reattach his own face failed, leaving an area close to the brain exposed to infections, doctors said. The damage was too extensive for them to temporarily seal the exposed areas. The patient was taken to the Cancer Centre and Institute of Oncology in Gliwice, the only place in Poland licensed to perform face transplants. Face transplants are extraordinarily complicated and relatively rare procedures that usually require extensive preparation of the recipient over a period of months or years. But medical officials said the patient's condition was deteriorating so rapidly that a transplant was seen as the only way to save his life. Doctors that carried out the operation said it was the world's fastest time frame for such a procedure. The patient continues to make steady progress, while he remains in isolation to guard against infections. Doctors said he was now practicing to swallow liquids, got out of bed a few times, communicated through writing and could speak single words when his tracheotomy tube - which helps him breathe - is closed for a moment. They said their patient was expected to leave the intensive care ward soon and would be moved to the transplant unit to continue his recovery. 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 AP-WF-05-29-13 0006GMT
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Canada Funeral - Funeral for Polish immigrant who died after Taser incident
NAME: CAN FUNERAL 20071118I TAPE: EF07/1390 IN_TIME: 10:48:37:21 DURATION: 00:02:08:06 SOURCES: CBC/CTV DATELINE: Vancouver/Kamloops - 17 Nov 2007/FILE RESTRICTIONS: No Access Canada SHOTLIST: CBC - No Access Canada Vancouver, British Columbia - 17 November 2007 1. People arriving for memorial service at airport 2. Pan of crowd 3. Close-up people signing condolence book 4. Pan of crowd CBC - No Access Canada Kamloops, British Columbia - 17 November 2007 5. Close-up priest arriving 6. Mid shot people filing into funeral home 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) No name given, local resident: (Question: Do you know the family?) "No, I don't. No, I don't. We just want to be here as part of the Kamloops family and the Canadian family to show how much we care." 8. Close-up candle and picture of Robert Dziekanski 9. Wide shot of service CBC - No Access Canada FILE: Vancouver, British Columbia - 14 October 2007 10. Various of Amateur video of the Taser incident in Vancouver airport CBC - No Access Canada Kamloops, British Columbia - 17 Nov 2007 11. Various of Zofia Cisowski, Robert Dziekanski's mother arriving for funeral service, being hugged 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) No name given, mourner: "You are here in support of a mother who has lost her only son. You are here to honour the life of that son." (part overlaid by shot 12) 13. Various close-up photographs of Dziekanski as a child 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jurek Baltakis, Dziekanski family friend: "People become good by doing good, Robert said." 15. Various of people outside funeral home protesting against use of Tasers 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Riki Bagnell, Robert Dziekanski's friend: "People all over the world are taking note of the brutal side effects of this supposedly less than lethal form of subjugation." (includes cutaway of congregation) 17. Close-up Cisowski weeping 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zofia Cisowski, Robert Dziekanski's mother: (begins on shot 16) "My family loved him so much. They cry all the time. They phone to me from Poland and I love him so much." CTV - No Access Canada FILE: Date and location unknown 19. Dziekanski's body being taken away STORYLINE: Mourners in Canada gathered on Saturday for a memorial service at Vancouver airport and then for the funeral of a Polish man who died last month at Vancouver airport after a confrontation with police. At the site of Robert Dziekanski's death, after he was Tasered by Canadian police, hundreds packed a memorial service and signed a condolence book on Saturday. Few of the mourners at the memorial service knew Dziekanski, but hundreds more packed the funeral home to grieve with his mother and express their outrage at his death. "People all over the world are taking note of the brutal side effects of this supposedly less than lethal form of subjugation," said Robert Dziekanski's friend, Riki Bagnell. For millions of people around the world, their only picture of Dziekanski is from a video of his last moments. It shows a panic-stricken man barricading himself in the international arrivals hall before police shoot him with a Taser gun. His mother wiped away tears to narrate a slideshow of photographs of Dziekanski during the memorial celebration of the 40-year-old man's life. Zofia Cisowski said after the ceremony "My family loved him so much. They cry all the time. They phone to me from Poland and I love him so much". Canadian authorities said on Saturday that four police officers involved in Dziekanski's death had been assigned other duties. Dziekanski, of Gliwice, in Poland, was shot by officers using a Taser stun gun a month ago at Vancouver International Airport. Eighteen people have died in Canada after being hit with a Taser in the last four years. The video shot by a bystander shows officers zapping a distressed Dziekanski twice, 46 seconds after arriving on the scene, and then physically subduing him on the floor. Dziekanski died at the scene. It was to be the start of a new life for Dziekanski with his mother in western Canada. Dziekanski, who spoke only Polish, was said to have been acting erratically at the airport. He apparently became upset when he didn't see his mother after waiting for about 10 hours in the secure baggage area, which she wasn't allowed to enter. The authorities said several investigations would be conducted, including those by a homicide unit and the coroner's office in British Columbia, and an independent commission that looks into complaints against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Europe Opel 2 - GM plans to restructure Opel with 8,300 job cuts, factories, vox pops
NAME: EUR OPEL2 20100209I TAPE: EF10/0125 IN_TIME: 10:38:42:02 DURATION: 00:02:30:24 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Various - 9 Feb 2010 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST Antwerp, Belgium 1. Pan from Opel flags near parking lot to Opel Antwerp headquarters with Belgian and Flemish flags at half mast 2. Opel headquarters with Belgian and Flemish flags at half mast 3. Wide of Opel flags with Opel cars 4. Opel flags with Opel cars 5. Luc Van Grinsven, ACV Union Head Representative, talking to journalist 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Luc Van Grinsven, ACV Union Head Representative: "There is still hope, it is the time we can negotiate with Mr. Reilly and Mr. Heuben, now we can produce cars here in Antwerp, now we can do everything to keep the plant open, that is the most important thing that we try to do." 7. Close of poster reading: (Flemish) "To Rent" and "Comes with 2,600 employees" 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Luc Van Grinsven, ACV Union Head Representative: "The production of the SUV as normally is planed here in Antwerp, is relocated now to Korea, in my opinion that is a big mistake." 9. Pan of Opel cars behind fence 10. Close of Opel car behind fence 11. Union flags and banners in front of plant with big Opel sign in background 12. Workers coming out of plant 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Axa Melvut, Opel worker: "People are very angry, they decided to close but the unions are telling us we have a chance to keep it open, we need the new models, the SUV is also a possibility to come to Antwerp." 14. Zoom out from Opel cars to wide of Opel plant and flags Ruesselsheim, Germany 15. Wide of Opel plant in Ruesselsheim 16. Opel sign in front of building 17. Opel plant entrance, worker walking out 18. Mid of Opel sign 19. People walking out of plant STORYLINE General Motors (GM) Company''s Opel unit on Tuesday formally presented a restructuring plan that will result in some 8,300 job cuts in Europe. The figure for job losses was in line with that previously given. Opel and British sister brand Vauxhall employ around 48-thousand people in Europe, about half of them in Germany. The job cuts will include 1,300 sales and administration positions, along with cuts at most of the automaker''s manufacturing plants in Europe, Opel said. It reiterated that it plans to close the plant in Antwerp, Belgium, and lay off 2,377 workers there, despite statements from union representatives there that negotiations were ongoing. "There is still hope, it is the time we can negotiate with Mr. Reilly and Mr. Heuben," said Luc Van Grinsven, the ACV Union''s Head Representative referring to Opel''s leadership, including Chief Executive Officer Nick Reilly. Opel also announced that production of the Astra HB3 will be transferred to Bochum, Germany. Elsewhere, the company will cut 1,799 jobs in Bochum, Germany; 900 positions in Zaragoza, Spain; 892 in Ruesselsheim, Germany, where Opel is headquartered; 300 at Eisenach, also in Germany; 369 in Luton, England; and 300 in Kaiserslautern, Germany. However, the plants in Gliwice, Poland and Ellesmere Port, England, are set to escape any cuts. Reilly said that, independently of the restructuring programme, some 2,000 people in Germany had previously signed up for early retirement programs, and will be leaving throughout 2012 and 2013. The 8,300 figure includes about 500 of those employees, Opel management had previously said. Of the remaining 1,500, about 650 will be replaced by new hires to ensure that "critical skills" are maintained, Opel announced. Meanwhile, Opel asked European governments for (b) billions of euros (dollars) in aid on Tuesday as it formally presented the restructuring plan. Opel is seeking loans and loan guarantees to the tune of some 2.7 (b) billion euros (3.7 billion US dollars) as part of a programme under which it plans to invest 11 (b) billion euros (15 billion US dollars) through 2014. It aims to break even by 2011. Reilly declined to say how much was being sought from individual countries, but said the company did not anticipate that they would be turned down. German Economy Minister Rainer Bruederle said GM is seeking loan guarantees covering 1.5 (b) billion euros (2.1 billion US dollars) from the German federal and state governments. Opel''s parent company, General Motors Company, has already injected 600 (m) million (824 million US dollars), along with 650 million (893 million US dollars) in advanced payments, to ensure Opel''s cash positions. Reilly said he expected the process of seeking European aid to take "several weeks" but said the cash injection from GM earlier this year would ensure the company''s liquidity as it goes "through the negotiations with other lenders." He did not elaborate on how far talks with governments have gone, but indicated he was optimistic about discussions with Britain, Spain and Austria among others. Asked why Opel couldn''t bank on more money from General Motors, which emerged from bankruptcy last year with US government help, Reilly said that money was earmarked to pay back US and Canadian government bailout loans and to invest in future technology. Reilly said the automaker would focus on three areas: making quality, desirable cars; developing alternative propulsion, and expanding into growth markets in the Middle East and Asia. He said the company hopes to break even by 2011 and "make a decent profit in 2012."
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APTN 1830 PRIME NEWS NORTH AMERICA
AP-APTN-1830 North America Prime News -Final Tuesday, 9 February 2010 North America Prime News Iran Nuclear 2 00:36 NO ACCESS BBC PERSIAN TV/VOA PERSIAN TV REPLAY Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Org on uranium enrichment Afghan US Army 01:11 AP Clients Only NEW Thousands of Afghan soldiers to join US, NATO troops in offensive World Toyota 03:43 AP Clients Only REPLAY Reax to latest Prius recall in France, Italy and HKong World Iran 2 03:46 PT NO IRAN/BBC PERSIAN TV/VOA PERSIAN TV WRAP Iran steps up nuclear programme, German FM, Netanyahu reax Europe Opel 2 02:31 AP Clients Only REPLAY GM plans to restructure Opel with 8,300 job cuts, factories, vox pops ++US Snow 02:53 AP Clients Only NEW Snow across Midwest on track for Mid-Atlantic region Haiti Jolie 00:55 AP Clients Only REPLAY UN goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie arrives in Haiti Haiti US Ship 03:04 AP Clients Only REPLAY Latest from the US hospital ship off Haiti ++Ukraine CEC Results 00:58 AP Clients Only NEW Electoral Commission reveals latest elex results ++Nigeria President 01:31 No Access Nigeria NEW Lawmakers agree to empower VP in place of ill and absent President B-u-l-l-e-t-i-n begins at 1830 GMT. APEX 02-09-10 1357EST -----------End of rundown----------- AP-APTN-1830: Iran Nuclear 2 Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:Iran Nuclear 2- REPLAY Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Org on uranium enrichment LENGTH: 00:36 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: NO ACCESS BBC PERSIAN TV/VOA PERSIAN TV TYPE: Farsi/Nat SOURCE: IRIB STORY NUMBER: 636458 DATELINE: Tehran - 8 Feb 2010/FILE LENGTH: 00:36 IRIB - NO ACCESS IRAN/BBC PERSIAN TV/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: FILE: Exact date and location unknown 1. Various file pictures of Iran's enrichment related activities overlaid with the voice of IRIB newsreader Tehran - 8 February 2010 2. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Ali Akbar Salehi, Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation: "It used to be said in the western media that Iran doesn't even have the capability to enrich uranium to the level of 20 percent. They should just wait and see. We will start tomorrow (Tuesday). It isn't a problem." 3. Titles at end of IRIB news bulletin STORYLINE: Iran began enriching uranium to a higher level on Tuesday, despite the objections of the US and its allies who fear the process could eventually be used to give the country nuclear weapons. Iranian state television said the process began in the presence of inspectors from the UN nuclear watchdog agency. Iranian Vice President and head of Iran's nuclear programme, Ali Akbar Salehi, said further enrichment wouldn't be necessary if the West provided Iran with the fuel it needed. "It used to be said in the western media that Iran doesn't even have the capability to enrich uranium to the level of 20 percent. They should just wait and see. We will start tomorrow (Tuesday). It isn't a problem," Salehi said. Salehi said Iran had been trying to buy the higher enriched fuel for its research reactor for the past several months, but the West made providing the fuel conditional on Iran's acceptance of the UN-drafted agreement to ship its uranium stockpile abroad first. 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 02-09-10 1336EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Afghan US Army Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:Afghan US Army- NEW Thousands of Afghan soldiers to join US, NATO troops in offensive LENGTH: 01:11 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 636440 DATELINE: Outpost Belleau Wood - 9 Feb 2010 LENGTH: 01:11 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST 1. US Brigadier General Larry Nicholson addressing US and Afghan troops, UPSOUND (English): "Now there's some neighbourhoods we're going to go into where you better button your chin strap because you're going to have a long day. But there's only one place we won't go and that's a place called Marjah, and we're about to take care of that real quick." 2. Nicholson addressing US and Afghan troops 3. Cutaway of soldiers listening 4. Nicholson addressing US and Afghan troops 5. Cutaway of soldiers listening 6. Afghan General Sher Mohamed Zazai, commander of the Afghan army for southern Afghanistan, addressing US and Afghan troops 7. Various of Nicholson addressing US and Afghan troops STORYLINE US soldiers launched a preliminary operation on Tuesday in support of a planned US-Afghan attack on Marjah, the largest Taliban-controlled town in southern Afghanistan. About 400 US troops from the 5th Stryker Brigade as well as 250 Afghan soldiers and their 30 Canadian trainers moved into positions northeast of the town. Shortly before the operation, US Brigadier General Larry Nicholson and Afghan General Sher Mohamed Zazai visited the troops at Outpost Belleau Wood near Marjah in Helmand Province. "Now there's some neighbourhoods we're going to go into where you better button your chin strap because you're going to have a long day," Nicholson told the troops. No casualties were reported from Tuesday's preliminary operation. Large plumes of smoke could be seen in the area, and reporters travelling with the US unit could hear the distant rattle of 50-calibre machine gun fire and detonations from MK-19s, which fire 40 millimetre grenades from Stryker vehicles. US officials have not said when the main attack on the town of some 80-thousand people will take place but have nonetheless heavily publicised plans to attack, causing hundreds of people to flee the opium-producing centre in advance of the fighting. On Tuesday, however, Taliban militants prevented townspeople from leaving Marjah, as families huddled inside their homes, witnesses said. The offensive will be the first major one since US President Barack Obama announced he was sending 30-thousand reinforcements to Afghanistan. NATO and Afghan officials have insisted their primary goal is to gain public confidence and promised to follow the military action with projects aimed at restoring government control and services in the area. 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APTN APEX 02-09-10 1338EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: World Toyota Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:World Toyota- REPLAY Reax to latest Prius recall in France, Italy and HKong LENGTH: 03:43 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: French/Italian/Eng/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 636395 DATELINE: Various - 9 Feb 2010 LENGTH: 03:43 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST Hong Kong ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Toyota service repair centre owned by Crown Motors Limited, sole agent for Toyota in Hong Kong 2. Dark grey third-generation Prius, which Toyota is recalling to fix brake problems 3. Close up of Toyota logo on Prius 4. Side view of Prius with door opened 6. Close up brake pedal 7. Wide of Ted Lau, After Sales Division Director of Crown Motor Limited, watching as technician upgrades Prius braking software 8. Close up of Ted Lau 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ted Lau, After Sales Division Director of Crown Motor Limited: "We received the information from Toyota Motor Corporation today to initiate the recall to the third-generation Prius. There are around 270 units of third-generation Prius delivered up to now. Actually, we expect to finish it, all the recall, within a month." 10. Cutaway of Ted Lau speaking 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ted Lau, After Sales Division Director of Crown Motor Limited: "Actually, we don't receive any complaints from third-generation Prius in Hong Kong. So, based on the information from Toyota, so in US and Japan there are some customers complain about the ABS performance of the Prius. So we invite customers, Prius customers, back to our service centre. Basically this is a very simple ABS brake system upgrade. So it takes almost an hour to finish it." 12. Technician kneels to attach device to Prius to upgrade braking system software 13. Close up of the device Paris, France 14. Toyota Prius taxi on Paris street 15. Mid pan of Toyota Prius taxi 16. SOUNDBITE (French) Mr. Bara (no first name given), Toyota Prius taxi driver: "Me no, I'm not worried about this. It works very well. Someone must have wanted to do something bad against Toyota. Otherwise, Toyota usually works very well. For me, it works very well. No problem with the brakes. It drives well. And it's an economical car also." 17. Close up of pedals 18. Various shots of dark grey Toyota Prius taxi Rome, Italy 19. Wide shot of Toyota headquarters in Rome 20. Medium shot of Toyota sign on building 21. Medium shot of Toyota logo on window of dealership in Rome 22. Wide shot of various Toyota models in dealership 23. Pan left of Toyota Prius 24. Close up of plate reading "Nuova Prius" (new Prius) 25. Wide shot of Luca Dal Bello, Commmercial Director of Toyota dealership in Rome, walking out of office 26. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Luca Dal Bello, Commmercial Director of Toyota dealership in Rome: "We haven't seen a slowdown in sales. There is some concern among the customers, because they want to be sure the cars work properly and that they have no defects. So, I must say there is just a bit of concern, but we haven't suffered a slowdown of sales so far." 27. Close Toyota Prius rear view-mirrors 28. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Fernando (no surname given), Toyota customer: "This is a serious car maker. The recall of approximately 2 millions cars around the world is already positive advertising, because other car makers had the same problems but they didn't do the same recall." 29. Pan right Toyota headquarters in Rome STORYLINE Toyota said on Tuesday it was recalling about 437-thousand Prius and other hybrid vehicles worldwide to fix brake problems - the latest in a string of embarrassing safety lapses at the world's largest automaker. But the recall, the latest by the Japanese automaker, seems not to have shaken confidence with drivers or hurt sales at dealerships around the world. With the Prius announcement, the number of vehicles recalled globally by Toyota Motor Corporation has ballooned to 8.5 million, including for floor mats which can trap acceleration pedals and faulty acceleration pedals that are slow to return to the idle position. The latest recall regarding the brakes relates to the 2010 Prius gas-electric hybrid - the world's top-selling hybrid car, which had not been subject to any of the earlier recalls. There have been about 200 complaints in Japan and the U.S. about a delay when the brakes in the Prius were pressed in cold conditions and on some bumpy roads. The delay doesn't indicate a brake failure. The company says the problem can be fixed in 40 minutes with new software that oversees the controls of the antilock brakes. There have been no complaints about the 2010 Prius, the third-generation model Prius, in Hong Kong, according to Ted Lau, After Sales Division Director of Crown Motor Limited, which is the sole agent for Toyota in the city. He said the company expected to complete the software upgrade for the braking system by the end of the month on all 270 of the models sold in Hong Kong. In Paris, a taxi driver behind the wheel of a Prius said he was very happy with his car. "For me, it works very well. No problem with the brakes. It drives well. And it's an economical car also," said the man, who gave his name as Mr. Bara. In Italy, sales at this dealership in the capital Rome haven't slowed down, although there has been some concern among customers, said Luca Dal Bello, Commmercial Director of the Toyota dealership. "I must say there is just a bit of concern, but we haven't suffered a slowdown of sales so far," said Dal Bello. Toyota officials went to Japan's Transport Ministry earlier on Tuesday to formally notify officials that the company was recalling the 2010 Prius. The 223-thousand cars being recalled in Japan include nearly 200-thousand Priuses sold from April last year through Monday, according to papers the automaker filed with the ministry. The Prius is Japan's top-selling car. In the U.S., Toyota will recall 133-thousand Prius cars and 14-thousand Lexus HS250h vehicles. Nearly 53-thousand Priuses are also being recalled in Europe. If drivers experience a delayed reaction when depressing the brakes in any of these models, they should keep pressing, according to Toyota and the transport ministry. The Prius repairs will start in Japan on Wednesday. U.S. owners will start receiving letters about the recall next week. 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APTN APEX 02-09-10 1340EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: World Iran 2 Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:World Iran 2- WRAP Iran steps up nuclear programme, German FM, Netanyahu reax LENGTH: 03:46 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: PT NO IRAN/BBC PERSIAN TV/VOA PERSIAN TV TYPE: Farsi/German/Eng/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/IRINN STORY NUMBER: 636421 DATELINE: Tehran/Berlin/Jerusalem - 9 Feb 2010 LENGTH: 03:46 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY IRINN - NO ACCESS IRAN/BBC PERSIAN TV/VOA PERSIAN TV POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++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 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 09 FEBRUARY 2010) IRINN - NO ACCESS IRAN/BBC PERSIAN TV/VOA PERSIAN TV Tehran, Iran - 09 February 2010 1. Start up logo of IRINN 2. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) IRINN newsreader: ++PART OVERLAID WITH SHOTS 3-7++ "The 20 percent uranium enrichment in Natanz, under the supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency, has started. The head of (Iran's) Atomic Energy Organisation said the 20 percent enrichment is being done in a new chain which is separated from the main enrichment hall at the Natanz nuclear site. Salehi (Ali Akbar Salehi - head of the country's nuclear programme) said in this process we will make changes to the upper pipes inside the centrifuges, so that by injecting the 3.5 percent enriched fuel we will be able to reach the 20 percent enriched uranium. Regarding the new chain for enrichment at the Natanz plant, the head of (Iran's) Atomic Energy Organisation said we had this chain before but we improved and prepared it to make the last changes for the 20 percent enrichment with the cooperation of the Agency, he said that we have announced the start of uranium enrichment in two letters to the Agency and the inspectors will supervise the process today." (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 09 FEBRUARY 2010) IRINN - NO ACCESS IRAN/BBC PERSIAN TV/VOA PERSIAN TV Date and Location Unknown ++SHOTS 3-7 OVERLAID WITH AUDIO FROM SHOT 2++ 3. Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, Ali Akbar Salehi, talking 4. Various graphics showing the injection of fuel into centrifuges 5. Technician walking in a nuclear power plant 6. Tracking shot of facilities 7. Various of control room (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 09 FEBRUARY 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Berlin, Germany - 09 February 2010 ++QUALITY AS INCOMING++ 8. Wide of German parliament building 9. German Foreign Minsiter, Guido Westerwelle walking up to reporters 10. Close of cameraman 11. SOUNDBITE (German) Guido Westerwelle, German Foreign Minister: "Iran has a right to the peaceful use of nuclear energy, but it also has the obligation to refrain from any form of nuclear arms. If Iran remains unwilling to talk, then the talks at the United Nations can not be avoided, and we will have to talk about the new measures, and those include also the widening of sanctions." 12. Mid of Westerwelle with party officials 13. SOUNDBITE (German) Guido Westerwelle, German Foreign Minister: "There are no considerations of this kind (on the possibility of taking military action against Iran) in the federal (German) government, and we are not taking part in such considerations. We are convinced that the international community has to exhaust every measure to make Iran provide transparency, and to make sure there is no nuclear armament of Iran - that would be completely unacceptable to the international community." 14. Westerwelle walking away (FIRST RUN 1330 NEWS UPDATE - 09 FEBRUARY 2010) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Jerusalem - 09 February 2010 15. Tilt down exterior of King David Hotel 16. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shaking hands with EU diplomats 17. Wide of conference of EU diplomats 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel: "Iran is racing forward to produce nuclear weapons, in brazen defiance of the international community, and the international community must decide if it is serious about neutralising this threat - to Israel, the region, and the entire world. I believe that what is required right now is tough action from the international community. This means not moderate sanctions or watered down sanctions; this means crippling sanctions, and these sanctions must be applied right now." 19. Wide of conference 20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alvaro Iranzo, Spanish Ambassador to Israel, speaking as representative of EU Presidency: "Israel's fear that Iran might use nuclear energy for military purposes is shared by the EU. The EU wants to be reassured that Iran will only use it for legitimate civilian goals." 21. Close up of Netanyahu and Iranzo sitting together at table STORYLINE Iran began enriching uranium to a higher level on Tuesday over the vociferous objections of the U.S. and its allies, who fear the process could be the first step on the path to giving the Islamic republic nuclear weapons. Even before the announcement, U.S. Defence Secretary Robert Gates said he believed the U.N. should slap new sanctions on Iran within "weeks, not months," according to his spokesman. France and the U.S. said on Monday that Iran's action left no choice but to push harder for a fourth set of U.N. Security Council sanctions to punish Iran's defiance. The German Foreign Minister, Guido Westerwelle, on Tuesday said he agreed with a "widening of sanctions" but added that possible military action against Iran was not under consideration by his government. Russia, which has close ties to Iran and has opposed new sanctions, appeared to edge closer to Washington's position, saying the new enrichment plans show the suspicions about Iran's intentions were well-founded. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahi, who was meeting EU diplomats in Jerusalem on Tuesday, called for immediate "crippling sanctions" on Tehran. Speaking at the meeting on behalf of the EU Presidency, the Spanish Ambassador to Israel, Alvaro Iranzo, said that Israel's fears of Iran's use of nuclear energy for military purposes were "shared by the EU". "The EU wants to be reassured that Iran will only use it for legitimate civilian goals," he said. Iranian state television said that the process began in the presence of inspectors from the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency. Uranium has to be enriched at lower levels in order to fuel nuclear power plants, but Iran said it needs the 20 percent higher enriched fuel for a research reactor in Tehran producing radio isotopes to treat cancer and manufacture radiography materials. Iran said more than 850,000 people need the products for their illnesses. Enriching uranium further, to 90 percent, creates the material for nuclear weapons, which many countries are afraid Iran is seeking. Iran denies the charge. In an effort to defuse the crisis, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) brokered a deal last year in which Iran would ship out its low enriched uranium to be processed abroad and returned a year later. Iran initially rejected the deal, then later said that if an acceptable alternative could be reached, it would not continue the high level enriching process. Ali Akbar Salehi, a vice president as well as the head of the country's nuclear program, said the further enrichment would be unnecessary if the West found a way to provide Iran with the needed fuel. Iran has so far enriched uranium to a level of 3.5 percent, which is suitable for use in fuelling nuclear power plants. On Tuesday, the spokesman of Iran's Foreign Ministry, Ramin Mehmanparast, said any plan by the West to impose new Security Council resolutions would not be helpful. Salehi said Iran had been trying to buy the higher enriched fuel for its research reactor for the past several months, but the West made providing the fuel conditional on Iran's acceptance of the U.N.-drafted agreement to ship its uranium stockpile abroad first. That plan would come with some safeguards, because the enriched fuel provided to Iran would be in a form that would be difficult to further process to make weapons. According to Tuesday's report on state TV, the higher level enrichment began after Iranian scientists injected 25 kilograms of 3.5 percent enriched UF6 (Uranium hexafluoride) gas into a cascade of 164 centrifuge machines at a laboratory in the central town of Natanz, some 150 miles south of Tehran. The machines are expected to produce some 2.5 kilograms of 20 percent enriched uranium out of 25 kilograms of gas every month, according to the report. It said inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency were present during the injection. When asked about the enrichment process, a spokesperson for the IAEA would only say that the agency had inspectors at the site already. A Pentagon spokesman said Gates believed a U.N. resolution would lay the legal groundwork which countries needed to impose sanctions independently and put pressure on Iran to abandon its nuclear program. No new U.N. Security Council sanctions can be passed, however, without unanimous agreement from all members, including China, which has been reluctant to impose new punitive measures on Iran. China's Foreign Ministry on Tuesday called for more talks, and greater efforts through dialogue and negotiations. 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APTN APEX 02-09-10 1335EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Europe Opel 2 Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:Europe Opel 2- REPLAY GM plans to restructure Opel with 8,300 job cuts, factories, vox pops LENGTH: 02:31 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 636438 DATELINE: Various - 9 Feb 2010 LENGTH: 02:31 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST Antwerp, Belgium 1. Pan from Opel flags near parking lot to Opel Antwerp headquarters with Belgian and Flemish flags at half mast 2. Opel headquarters with Belgian and Flemish flags at half mast 3. Wide of Opel flags with Opel cars 4. Opel flags with Opel cars 5. Luc Van Grinsven, ACV Union Head Representative, talking to journalist 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Luc Van Grinsven, ACV Union Head Representative: "There is still hope, it is the time we can negotiate with Mr. Reilly and Mr. Heuben, now we can produce cars here in Antwerp, now we can do everything to keep the plant open, that is the most important thing that we try to do." 7. Close of poster reading: (Flemish) "To Rent" and "Comes with 2,600 employees" 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Luc Van Grinsven, ACV Union Head Representative: "The production of the SUV as normally is planed here in Antwerp, is relocated now to Korea, in my opinion that is a big mistake." 9. Pan of Opel cars behind fence 10. Close of Opel car behind fence 11. Union flags and banners in front of plant with big Opel sign in background 12. Workers coming out of plant 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Axa Melvut, Opel worker: "People are very angry, they decided to close but the unions are telling us we have a chance to keep it open, we need the new models, the SUV is also a possibility to come to Antwerp." 14. Zoom out from Opel cars to wide of Opel plant and flags Ruesselsheim, Germany 15. Wide of Opel plant in Ruesselsheim 16. Opel sign in front of building 17. Opel plant entrance, worker walking out 18. Mid of Opel sign 19. People walking out of plant STORYLINE General Motors (GM) Company's Opel unit on Tuesday formally presented a restructuring plan that will result in some 8,300 job cuts in Europe. The figure for job losses was in line with that previously given. Opel and British sister brand Vauxhall employ around 48-thousand people in Europe, about half of them in Germany. The job cuts will include 1,300 sales and administration positions, along with cuts at most of the automaker's manufacturing plants in Europe, Opel said. It reiterated that it plans to close the plant in Antwerp, Belgium, and lay off 2,377 workers there, despite statements from union representatives there that negotiations were ongoing. "There is still hope, it is the time we can negotiate with Mr. Reilly and Mr. Heuben," said Luc Van Grinsven, the ACV Union's Head Representative referring to Opel's leadership, including Chief Executive Officer Nick Reilly. Opel also announced that production of the Astra HB3 will be transferred to Bochum, Germany. Elsewhere, the company will cut 1,799 jobs in Bochum, Germany; 900 positions in Zaragoza, Spain; 892 in Ruesselsheim, Germany, where Opel is headquartered; 300 at Eisenach, also in Germany; 369 in Luton, England; and 300 in Kaiserslautern, Germany. However, the plants in Gliwice, Poland and Ellesmere Port, England, are set to escape any cuts. Reilly said that, independently of the restructuring programme, some 2,000 people in Germany had previously signed up for early retirement programs, and will be leaving throughout 2012 and 2013. The 8,300 figure includes about 500 of those employees, Opel management had previously said. Of the remaining 1,500, about 650 will be replaced by new hires to ensure that "critical skills" are maintained, Opel announced. Meanwhile, Opel asked European governments for (b) billions of euros (dollars) in aid on Tuesday as it formally presented the restructuring plan. Opel is seeking loans and loan guarantees to the tune of some 2.7 (b) billion euros (3.7 billion US dollars) as part of a programme under which it plans to invest 11 (b) billion euros (15 billion US dollars) through 2014. It aims to break even by 2011. Reilly declined to say how much was being sought from individual countries, but said the company did not anticipate that they would be turned down. German Economy Minister Rainer Bruederle said GM is seeking loan guarantees covering 1.5 (b) billion euros (2.1 billion US dollars) from the German federal and state governments. Opel's parent company, General Motors Company, has already injected 600 (m) million (824 million US dollars), along with 650 million (893 million US dollars) in advanced payments, to ensure Opel's cash positions. Reilly said he expected the process of seeking European aid to take "several weeks" but said the cash injection from GM earlier this year would ensure the company's liquidity as it goes "through the negotiations with other lenders." He did not elaborate on how far talks with governments have gone, but indicated he was optimistic about discussions with Britain, Spain and Austria among others. Asked why Opel couldn't bank on more money from General Motors, which emerged from bankruptcy last year with US government help, Reilly said that money was earmarked to pay back US and Canadian government bailout loans and to invest in future technology. Reilly said the automaker would focus on three areas: making quality, desirable cars; developing alternative propulsion, and expanding into growth markets in the Middle East and Asia. He said the company hopes to break even by 2011 and "make a decent profit in 2012." 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 02-09-10 1341EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: ++US Snow Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:++US Snow- NEW Clear up continues as more snow heads towards Mid-Atlantic region LENGTH: 02:53 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access N America/Internet TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/ABC STORY NUMBER: 636464 DATELINE: Washington, DC - 9 Feb 2010 LENGTH: 02:53 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY ABC - NO ACCESS NAMERICA/INTERNET SHOTLIST AP Television - AP Clients Only 1. Snow plough and salt truck driving down Pennsylvania Avenue towards the U.S. Capitol 2. U.S. Capitol in the snow, giant snow bank in foreground 3. City buses with signs reading "Not In Service" parking on snowy streets 4. Snow-covered cars driving on highway 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, Mike Henderson, Virginia Resident: "Neighbourhoods are still pretty slick. People are still in the process of digging their cars out." 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, Rodney McCray, Maryland Resident: "My neighbourhood has not been done at all, it's like 2 feet of snow in the street. And the neighbours have actually got together and I saw about 10 or 15 guys yesterday, you know, snow blowing the street, just so they can have a way out to the major artery." 7. Four-wheel-drive vehicles driving slowly through snow-covered streets ABC - No Access N America/Internet 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gabe Klein, Director, Department of Transportation, District of Columbia: "And we're really focused on trying to get people out before this next storm hits. We know that people need to get out and get supplies for what could be basically another blizzard." AP Television - AP Clients Only 9. People buying shovels at a hardware store, tilt down to see snow shovel in woman's hand as she walks out 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joe Trotter, employee, Tru Value Hardware: "They're just going. They're just going. There was a mob here at 9 o'clock and they got 200 shovels in 10 minutes..." 11. Wide shot of petrol station, zoom in to car 12. Tighter shot of drivers at pumps 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, Skip Williams, Virginia Resident "I'm glad I found this station. I stopped at two others and they were out of gas and so I was lucky to find this one." 14. Snow covered car at petrol station 15. Pan from snow on car to young woman pumping petrol 16. Wide shot of planes on runway at Reagan National Airport 17. Various of crowds of people waiting in line at ticket counter inside airport 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, Catie Bitzan, Air Traveller from Minnesota "I was supposed to head out on Sunday night and I think my flight has been rescheduled four times now, so hopefully, hopefully, I'll head out today. I've just been working from a hotel room and thank goodness that works, I guess." 19. Mid shot of an American Airlines plane taxiing on runway, pull out to wider shot of airport runway area STORYLINE: The already snowbound U.S. mid-Atlantic region was bracing itself for another potentially crippling blizzard on Tuesday, while it continued round-the-clock efforts to clear the streets from the last heavy snow, which fell during a massive blizzard at the weekend. Federal government offices were closed for a second day and utility workers struggled to restore power knocked out by the storm, that dumped up to three feet (90 cm) of snow in some places. While most in the region chose to stay off the roads, those who did venture out said roads were very slippery. "Neighbourhoods are still pretty slick. People are still in the process of digging their cars out," said Virginia resident Mike Henderson. Maryland resident Rodney McCray agreed. "My neighbourhood has not been done at all. It's like two feet (61 centimetres) of snow in the street." And another potential foot (30 centimetres) of snow is on the way. Powerful winds and snow were expected to hit Mid-Atlantic states by Tuesday afternoon, and could leave as much as 20 inches (50 centimetres) of new snow in Washington, DC and the surrounding areas. The Director of the District of Columbia's Department of Transportation said his crews are working hard to get the roadways cleared - or at least passable - before the next storm hits. "We're really focused on trying to get people out before this next storm hits. We know that people need to get out and get supplies for what could be another blizzard," said Gabe Klein. The region's residents, were stocking up for the second time in a week on everything from groceries to snow shovels. Joe Trotter, who manages a hardware store in downtown Washington, said most of the 250 new shovels delivered to his store on Tuesday morning were gone already. "They're just going. There was a mob here at 9 o'clock and they got 200 shovels in 10 minutes," he said. The region's petrol stations were packed with anxious motorists filling up ahead of the snow. Drivers were flocking to fill up before the next snowfall, only to find that some were out of power and many more sold out. "I'm glad I found this station. I stopped at two others and they were out of gas and so I was lucky to find this one," said Virginia resident Skip Williams. Airports that had been closed all weekend were operating on Tuesday, but airlines were already warning that that wouldn't last for long. Travellers who have been stranded for days at Washington airports braved long queues in hopes of getting out before the next round of cancellations. "I was supposed to head out on Sunday night and I think my flight has been rescheduled four times now, so hopefully, hopefully, I'll head out today. I've just been working from a hotel room and thank goodness that works, I guess," said Catie Bitzan from Minnesota. The storm that began last Friday closed schools and workplaces; some 230-thousand federal government workers had Monday and Tuesday off. Power was still out for tens of thousands of homes and businesses, and utilities said deep snow was hindering crews trying to fix damaged power lines before the next storm hits. 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APTN APEX 02-09-10 1504EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Haiti Jolie Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:Haiti Jolie- REPLAY UN goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie arrives in Haiti LENGTH: 00:55 FIRST RUN: 1730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 636465 DATELINE: Port-au-Prince - 9 Feb 2010 LENGTH: 00:55 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of UN plane carrying American actor Angelina Jolie taxiing at Toussaint Louverture International Airport 2. Wide of Jolie getting into UN vehicle 3. Wide of planes and vehicles on tarmac 4. Various of UN convoy leaving airport STORYLINE: UN goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie arrived in Haiti on Tuesday to meet with earthquake victims. The Hollywood star flew into the capital Port-au-Prince a day after visiting hospitalised Haitian survivors in the neighbouring Dominican Republic. Haiti's catastrophic earthquake on January 12 killed an estimated 200-thousand people and left as many as three million in need of food, shelter and medicine. A UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) spokesperson declined to give details of Jolie's planned itinerary for security reasons. Jolie has visited a number of countries with UNHCR including Iraq, Thailand and Pakistan. 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APTN APEX 02-09-10 1346EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: Haiti US Ship Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:Haiti US Ship- REPLAY Latest from the US hospital ship off Haiti LENGTH: 03:04 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 636456 DATELINE: Port-au-Prince - 7/8 Feb 2010 LENGTH: 03:04 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST February 7, 2010 1. Wide interior of US Air Force medical tent staging ground for bringing patients aboard US Navy ship, the USNS Comfort 2. Various of military medical personnel preparing patients for transport 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Colonel John Mansfield, Commander of the Varreux Emeds Unit: "Most of my staff, probably 70 percent of my staff, has deployed to Afghanistan or Iraq, so this is a very experienced crew that I have here. But most of them are slated to deploy again within the next 12 to 14 months, so they are in their reconstitution time, as we call it. In the best case scenario, they would be at home with their family resting and doing their normal work in the States." 4. Navy personnel loading a patient onto a stretcher on a transport boat 5. Navy man helping a patient's relative put on a life jacket 6. Transport boat pulling away from dock February 8, 2010 7. Air Force staffer in foreground onboard transport boat with USNS Comfort in background 8. Name of ship on front of vessel 9. Wide pan of helicopter on helipad on top deck of ship 10. Navy staff wheeling a patient inside triage centre 11. Nurses looking at schedule board 12. Close of nurse pointing on board 13. Wide pan of interior of patient ward 14. Navy medical staff talking to patient 15. Tilt up of patient with broken leg and burned hand resting on her bed 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Shawn Safford, Assistant director of surgery on the USNS Comfort: "There really is, I think, it's an endless need. It's an infinite need and frankly a finite supply of resources in the country. We could spend years here and I think, again, I think one of the things that was saddening to me when we were here in April was that our mission was very specific. We were here for two weeks. We could only do so big of operations. But frankly, it was awing and I never knew what godforsaken meant until I came to Haiti." 17. Close of young girl of unknown age or name who came unaccompanied to the hospital sleeping in bed 18. Medical personnel walking a small boy down a hall followed by staff moving a large box through hallway 19. Tilt down from giant red cross on front to Navy staff member making a cell phone call on bow of boat 20. Worshippers singing and dancing during a religious service in foreground with USNS Comfort hospital ship in background 21. Wide of worshippers STORYLINE As Haitians continued to deal with the realities of dealing with life following the country's devastating earthquake, the US Navy's hospital ship docked in Port-au-Prince was still full of patients. At its high point soon after the earthquake struck Haiti, the USNS Comfort was handling 60 chopper loads of patients every day. The high traffic is apparent: an Air Force-run mobile field hospital that serves as the Comfort's staging ground bustles as it receives patients in a triage tent and rapidly straps them to stretchers for transport to the ship. "It's an infinite need and frankly a finite supply of resources in the country," said assistant director of general surgery, Shawn Safford. The Comfort's 250 beds and 1200 staff will remain docked off the Haitian capital for now with patients continuing to come and go by boat and helicopter, brought in from an Air Force-run mobile hospital that stages patients coming from the city and from other non-governmental organisations. Some are patients still recovering from earthquake wounds while others are patients with chronic diseases or accident wounds - all require advanced care that cannot be provided elsewhere. Yet the ongoing need also poses the question of how long the ship can stay in Haiti, where the help is likely to be needed for years. Many Comfort staff are there between serving tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. "Most of my staff has deployed to Afghanistan or Iraq," explained Colonel John Mansfield, the commander of the Air Force Emeds unit that stages patients. "Most of them are slated to deploy again within the next 12 to 14 months," he said. His staff is in Haiti during their reconstitution time, meaning that they would be home with their families in the United States if they were not on the mission. The United States has already sent 5,000 troops home since the high-water mark of 22-thousand after the earthquake. But Mansfield said he has heard nothing about when they will be going home. It will be a difficult decision to make: onboard the ship, a small girl of unknown name and age - probably around 6 staff estimate - lies sleeping with a large bandage around her head. She lost her right ear, had severe burns to her face, and trauma to an eye and her right leg. A plastic surgeon says she will not be ready for reconstructive surgery for another year. The location of her family is also unknown. A nurse by her bed says that she heard the girl's father stuffed her into an already-full helicopter at the last moment as it was leaving for the ship, leaving him unable to accompany her. For now she is safe, but she will need more surgeries and physical therapy. Like many, she faces an uncertain future in her recovery process. 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APTN APEX 02-09-10 1348EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: ++Ukraine CEC Results Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:++Ukraine CEC Results- NEW Electoral Commission reveals latest elex results LENGTH: 00:58 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Russian/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 636478 DATELINE: Kiev - 09 Feb 2010 LENGTH: 00:58 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Wide shot exterior of Ukraine's Central Election Commission (CEC) 2. Ukrainian National flag flying outside 3. Interior Central Election Commission office, Mikhail Okhendovsky, a member of the Central Election Commission approaching podium 4. Electronic display board showing the latest results 5. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Mikhail Okhendovsky, member of Ukraine's Central Election Commission: "Irrespective of the results at the five (remaining) polling stations, one can state that, according to the preliminary vote count, the gap between the two candidates will not narrow to any significant degree, and it is also obvious that the majority of the votes cast at the elections went to Viktor Fyodorovich Yanukovych." 6. Mid shot journalists 7. Okhendovsky leaving at the end of the briefing STORYLINE Ukraine's Central Election Commission (CEC) said on Tuesday evening that, with nearly all the votes counted in Sunday's presidential election, it did not seem likely that the gap between the two presidential candidates would narrow significantly, and that the majority of votes had been cast in favour of opposition leader Viktor Yanukovych. According to the CEC, Yanukovych was leading in Sunday's vote by 3.5 percentage points, with only 0.02 percent of precincts left to count. Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko's campaign office said she planned to legally challenge the results of the presidential runoff. Tymoshenko has cancelled two planned appearances since the polls closed on Sunday night. Her allies say she will not concede until appeals have run their course and recounts have taken place at a number of polling stations. CEC member Mikhail Okhendovsky told a news briefing late on Tuesday in the capital Kiev that the gap was unlikely to change significantly, even with the final results. "It is also obvious that the majority of the votes cast at the elections went to Viktor Fyodorovich Yanukovych," Okhendovsky told reporters. The official announcement of complete results is expected on Wednesday. Thousands of Yanukovych supporters were gathering outside the headquarters of the Central Election Commission in a rally which Yanukovych's team said was organised to defend the results of the election. 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APTN APEX 02-09-10 1423EST ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1830: ++Nigeria President Tuesday, 9 February 2010 STORY:++Nigeria President- NEW Lawmakers agree to empower VP in place of ill and absent President LENGTH: 01:31 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Nigeria TYPE: Eng/TV commentary SOURCE: NTA STORY NUMBER: 636476 DATELINE: Abuja - 09 Feb 2010 LENGTH: 01:31 NTA - NO ACCESS NIGERIA ++QUALITY AS INCOMING++ SHOTLIST 1. Nigerian senators gathering for debate and vote 2. Various of senators during session 3. Mid of Senate Majority Leader, Teslim Folarin, addressing the Senate 4. Various of senators addressing Senate 5. Mid of Senate President, David Mark 6. Senator speaking 7. Mid of Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, addressing senate 8. Senate Majority Whip, Mahmud Kanti-Bello addressing senate 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kabiru Gaya, Nigerian Senator: "The only solution which we found and agree all of us by that, is that the vice president should now continue acting as the acting-president until when the president arrives. As soon as the president comes back then he takes over his seat." 10. Various of meeting of the Governor's Forum, signing off on the Senate's decision STORYLINE Nigeria's parliament empowered the Vice President Goodluck Jonathan to run Africa's most populous nation on Tuesday, in place of an ill and absent president, striving for an end to a political crisis that has brought the government to a virtual halt, and triggered the resumption of an insurgency in the vital oil sector. But the move is not contemplated in the constitution, legal experts say, and could cause more friction between the Christian south, which gains the presidency at least temporarily, and Muslim north, which finds itself out of the seat of power. When President Umaru Yar'Adua left Nigeria in late November, he did not write a letter to the vice president alerting him of the medical absence and empowering him to act as president, as called for by the 1999 constitution. Yar'Adua, who long has suffered from kidney ailments, left for Saudi Arabia on November 23 and was admitted to a hospital there the next day for what his physician says is acute pericarditis, an inflammation of the sac surrounding the heart. Yar'Adua's absence has caused a cease-fire he negotiated with insurgents in the country's oil-rich Niger Delta to unravel and left no one formally in charge of the nation of 150 (m) million. Oil contracts went unsigned and there was confusion about who was in charge. The political turmoil in the powerful country, which has a long history of coups and military dictatorships, recently prompted US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and European leaders to call on Abuja to follow its constitution. Newspapers began worrying about possible coup scenarios as Yar'Adua's absence lengthened. However, military leaders insist they have no ambitions to take power and say they would respect the constitution. Both the House of Representatives and the Senate on Tuesday passed measures calling on Jonathan to act as president and commander-in-chief until Yar'Adua returns from Saudi Arabia. There's no indication Yar'Adua will return any time soon. Despite the lack of a letter from Yar'Adua designating Jonathan in charge, Senate President David Marks said a telephone interview the president gave to the BBC about his poor health could act in place of a formal letter. 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