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AP-APTN-0630: US Jackson 2 Saturday, 27 June 2009 STORY:US Jackson 2- REPLAY Coroner says cause of death could take six weeks; tributes LENGTH: 04:55 FIRST RUN: 0530 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: VARIOUS STORY NUMBER: 611023 DATELINE: California - 26 June 2009/ FILE LENGTH: 04:55 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 0230 NEWS UPDATE - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only Encino, California - June 26, 2009 1. People gathered outside Jackson family house 2. Various of flowers and tribute posters 3. Various of people gathered, some hugging 4. People laying flowers 5. Police at gate 6. Flowers 7. Woman laying flowers 8. Various of people hugging 9. Tribute posters on wall 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rose Yorba, Michael Jackson fan: "It takes a big part away from me, he's kind of like, I felt like he was my life like he was something that was so close to me and to have something like this happen to him it just tears me apart. I mean we stood up crying all night last night because he's just so big to us and to have him leave it's just like why, I don't think it was his time to go, it wasn't his time." 11. Woman in uniform laying flowers (FIRST RUN 1830 NORTH AMERICA PRIME NEWS - 26 JUNE 2009) ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet ++NIGHT SHOT++ Los Angeles, California - June 26, 2009 12. Pan of car believed to belong to Doctor Conrad Murray being taken away on truck from Jackson residence (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only Los Angeles, California - June 26, 2009 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Craig Harvey, Los Angeles County coroner's spokesman: "There was no indication of any external trauma or any indication of foul play on the body of Mr. Jackson." (FIRST RUN 0230 NEWS UPDATE - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only Encino, California - June 26, 2009 14. Flowers outside Jackson family house (FIRST RUN 0230 NEWS UPDATE - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only Los Angeles, California - June 26, 2009 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Craig Harvey, Los Angeles County coroner's spokesman: "Well we know he was taking some prescription medications." Q: Can you say what type? "No." (FIRST RUN 0230 NEWS UPDATE - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only West Hollywood, California - June 26, 2009 16. Set up shot of cardiologist Dr. Prediman K. Shah at desk 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr. Prediman K. Shah, Director of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute: "They will test the blood and urine and perhaps some organs for toxic levels of substances that are used as narcotics or as pain killers or as sedatives to get a sense of weather the body was exposed to large amounts of any of these drugs that could have triggered first a respiratory arrest, breathing stops and then the heart kind of follows." (FIRST RUN 0230 NEWS UPDATE - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only Los Angeles, California - June 26, 2009 18. Wide of news conference 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charlie Beck, Deputy Police Chief: "We will do a thorough interview with the doctor to discuss some of the unanswered questions that have been raised by the death of Michael Jackson and we expect that the doctor will be able to shed some light on some things that when viewed with conjunctions coroner's findings will lead us to some conclusions." (FIRST RUN 0030 NEWS UPDATE - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Photo/Houston Chronicle - No Access UK/Canada/ For Broadcast use only - Strictly No Access Online or Mobile/Must Courtesy Houston Chronicle Houston, Texas - June 7, 2006 19. STILL of cardiologist Doctor Conrad Murray (FIRST RUN 0530 NEWS UPDATE - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only New York, NY - June 26, 2009 20. Wide of Apollo Theatre 21. Zoom out from Apollo Theatre sign reading (English) "In Memory of Michael Jackson. A True Apollo Legend." 23. Pan across people dancing 24. Woman writing on memorial 25. Various of people dancing 26. Mid of candles 27. People dancing 28. SOUNDBITE: (English) No Name Given, Michael Jackson fan "We miss you Michael very much. You are a legacy and a star. Rest in peace." 29. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Jackson fan, no name given: "There will never be another one. There will never be no one like Michael Jackson." ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet Los Angeles, California - June 26, 2009 29. Various aerials of people lined up at the Hollywood Walk of Fame to see Jackson's star 30. Tracking shot of people in line STORYLINE: The final act of Michael Jackson's life came into clearer focus on Friday, a picture of a fallen superstar working out with TV's "Incredible Hulk" and under the care of his own private cardiologist as he tried to get his 50-year-old body in shape for a gruelling bid to reclaim his glory. While the exact circumstances of his death remained unclear, early clues suggested he may simply have pushed his heart too far. Police said they had towed the doctor's BMW from Jackson's home because it may include medication or other evidence, and a source familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that a heart attack appeared to have caused the cardiac arrest that led to the pop icon's sudden death. As grief for the King of Pop poured out from the icons of music to heartbroken fans, and the world came to grips with losing one of the most luminous celebrities of all time, an autopsy showed no sign of trauma or foul play to Jackson, who died Thursday at UCLA Medical Centre after paramedics not could not revive him. The AP source who said Jackson apparently suffered a heart attack was not authorised to speak publicly and requested anonymity. Jackson's brother Jermaine had said the pop singer apparently went into cardiac arrest, which often, but not always, happens because of a heart attack. Authorities said they spoke with the doctor briefly on Thursday and on Friday and expected to meet with him again soon. Police stressed that the doctor, identified by the Los Angeles Times as cardiologist Conrad Murray, was not a criminal suspect. "We will do a thorough interview with the doctor to discuss some of the unanswered questions that have been raised by the death of Michael Jackson," said Charlie Beck, Deputy Police Chief. "We expect that the doctor will be able to shed some light on some things that when viewed with conjunctions coroner's findings will lead us to some conclusions," he added. Craig Harvey, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County coroner, said there were no signs of foul play in the autopsy and further tests would be needed to determine cause of death. He said Jackson was taking some unspecified prescription medication but gave few other details. Meanwhile, a 911 call released by fire officials shed light on the desperate effort at the mansion to save Jackson's life before paramedics arrived Thursday afternoon. Jackson died later at UCLA Medical Centre. In the recording, an unidentified caller pleads with authorities to send help, offering no clues about why Jackson was stricken. He tells a dispatcher that Jackson's doctor is performing CPR. The president of the company promoting Jackson's shows said Murray was Jackson's personal physician for three years. Jackson insisted Murray accompany him to London, said Randy Phillips, president of AEG Live. On Friday, the autopsy was completed in a matter of hours, but an official cause of death could take up to six weeks while medical examiners await toxicology tests. No funeral plans had been made public. The worldwide wave of mourning for Jackson continued unabated for the man who revolutionised pop music and moonwalked his way into entertainment legend. Hundreds made a pilgrimage to the Jackson family home in Encino, California, leaving flowers and messages of love. They did the same at his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and at the home in Los Angeles' Holmby Hills where Jackson was stricken. Some camped out overnight. In New York, people stopped at Harlem's Apollo Theatre, where Jackson had performed as a child with his brothers in one of rock's first bubblegum supergroups, the Jackson Five. 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APTN APEX 06-27-09 0233EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0630: World Jackson Reax Saturday, 27 June 2009 STORY:World Jackson Reax- WRAP Tributes from UK, Germany, France, Mexico and Brazil LENGTH: 04:43 FIRST RUN: 0330 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Various SOURCE: VARIOUS STORY NUMBER: 611019 DATELINE: Various - 26 June 2009 LENGTH: 04:43 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1930 ASIA PACIFIC PRIME NEWS - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only Paris, France 1. Wide of Michael Jackson fans gathered outside Notre Dame Cathedral 2. Fans crying and embracing 3. SOUNDBITE (French) Joann Lechaix, Michael Jackson fan: "He's a genius. He's the one who revolutionised music, there won't be another one, it's impossible, there won't be another one." 4. Close up of girls holding hands 5. Various shots of fans singing "I'll be there" (FIRST RUN 2030 LATAM PRIME NEWS - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only Berlin, Germany 6. Wide of Alexanderplatz square in Berlin, Michael Jackson fans gathered 7. Fans holding candles and flowers 8. Close of Jackson photo on T-Shirt, tilt up to fan's face 9. Wide of fans with candles 10. Close of candles on the ground 11. Tilt up from candles to fans (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only London, United Kingdom 12. Tilt down from Nelson's Column to Michael Jackson fans gathered in Trafalgar Square 13. Close of stereo playing music 14. Wide of fans singing "Billie Jean," zoom in on fans singing 15. Close of candle, zoom out to fans cheering 16. Pan from tribute sign to fans singing "Bad" at base of column 17. Man crowd surfing (FIRST RUN 2030 LATAM PRIME NEWS - 26 JUNE 2009) EPIC RECORDS - No Access Brazil (++MUST COURTESY GLOBO++) FILE: Salvador- February 1996 ++COMMENTARY++ 18. Various clips from Michael Jackson video "They Don't Really Care About Us" and behind the scenes filming GLOBO - No Access Brazil Salvador - 26 June 2009 19. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Jason de Jesus Queiroz, drummer from band Olodum: "I still can't believe it. I had the opportunity to dance with him in the historical city centre and I cannot believe he is gone." AP Television - AP Clients Only Rio de Janeiro - 26 June 2009 20. Pan from homes within the favela community to ledge declared "Michael Jackson's ledge" 21. Michael Jackson imitator Antonia Carlos Gomez dancing near ledge declared as "Michael Jackson's ledge" 22. Wide of homes in the Santa Marta favela community 23. Sign reading: (in Portuguese) "Be with God Michael" on rooftop 24. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Thiago Firmino, Santa Marta resident: "We are very sad because he came to our community. He chose to come here, as opposed to choosing some of Rio de Janeiro's other wonderful sights like Copacabana and the like. He chose to come into our community and to spend that time side-by-side with the residents of the community without any hesitation." Santa Maria Eco Group - AP Clients Only (++MUST COURTESY SANTA MARTA ECO GROUP++) FILE: Rio de Janeiro - February 1996 25. STILLS: Various of Jackson and director Spike Lee filming in Santa Marta AP Television - AP Clients Only Rio de Janeiro - 26 June 2009 26. Pan from desk in classroom to Michael Jackson signature on wall 27. Close-up of signature (FIRST RUN 2330 AMERICAS PRIME NEWS - 26 JUNE 2009) AP Television - AP Clients Only Mexico City, Mexico - 26 June, 2009 28. Various of record store in Mexico City 29. Close-up of Michael Jackson CD 30. Various of store employee arranging Michael Jackson CDs 31. Various of Michael Jackson video on television screen 32. Man imitating Michael Jackson in Mexico City street 33. Close-up of sign in honour of Michael Jackson 34. Poster displaying photos of Michael Jackson 35. Michael Jackson fan Oliver Munoz, dancing 36. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Oliver Munoz, Michael Jackson fan: "I was shocked. I didn't shed tears at the time, because one is in shock, you don't accept it right away, but afterwards you start feeling a lot of sadness and finally you give in to the tears." 37. Various of shrine to Michael Jackson STORYLINE Fans across the world on Friday reacted with shock and sadness to the death of Michael Jackson, one of the world's most iconic pop idols. The 50-year-old musical superstar suffered cardiac arrest and died on Thursday, just as he was preparing for what would have been a series of 50 concerts starting July 13 at London's O2 arena. Word of Jackson's death jolted thousands, from Chinese students, to UK fans hoping to see their idol on stage this summer, to a generation of people around the world who have tried, in vain, to moonwalk. The dramatic death of the singer seemed to obscure his recent controversies and kindle warmer memories of Jackson the child star and Jackson the show-stopping, moon-walking headliner. In the French capital Paris, hundreds of Jackson fans gathered in front of Notre Dame Cathedral. They held up his pictures, sang his songs, danced, cried and shouted in grief. Similar scenes took place in both London and Berlin. People all over Brazil on Friday also mourned Jackson's death, recalling his many visits to South America's largest country. In Salvador's historical city centre, people from the band Olodum reminisced about playing drums alongside the the King of Pop during the filming of the 1996 video "They Don't Really Care About Us." More than one-hundred drummers participated in the video, including Jason de Jesus Queiroz, who was twelve at the time. Queiroz told TV Globo he still could not believe the 50-year-old singer was "gone." The video, which was directed by Spike Lee, also used the Rio de Janeiro shantytown Santa Marta as part of the backdrop of the song, which focuses on class inequality and racism. At the time, Santa Marta was controlled by drug gangs, which caused controversy around the filming since local media reported it was authorised by the community's infamous trafficker Marcinho VP. Today, residents in the revitalised community, which was declared drug-free by Rio de Janeiro's state government in 2008, only remember Michael Jackson's kindness and sensibility. "He chose to come here, as opposed to choosing some of Rio de Janeiro's other wonderful sights like Copacabana and the like. He chose to come into our community," DJ and Santa Marta native Thiago Firmino said. The ledge with a view of Rio de Janeiro's mountains and city landscape, where Jackson did most of the filming, is known as "Michael's ledge" within the community. Jackson impersonators gathered on the commemorative space to celebrate the artist's life. Santa Marta residents placed a memorial sash reading "Be with God, Michael." Jackson visited South America's largest country three times. His first visit to Brazil was in 1974, when he was still performing with the Jackson 5. Jackson's records were selling at a faster rate than usual in Mexico City, as fans, expecting a sell out, rushed to buy his albums. In the city centre, people gathered to honour their idol by imitating his trademark dance moves and setting up a shrine to the pop star. Oliver Munoz said he felt " shocked" upon hearing the news and it took a while for him to accept Jackson's death. He added that "afterwards you start feeling a lot of sadness and finally you give in to the tears." Meanwhile the Los Angeles County coroner's office completed its autopsy on Jackson but said that determining the cause of death would require further tests that will take six to eight weeks. A coroner's spokesman said Jackson's body showed no sign of trauma and foul play was not suspected. The pop star died after on Thursday after being stricken at his rented home in the upmarket Los Angeles neighbourhood of Holmby Hills. Paramedics tried to resuscitate him for three-quarter of an hour there before rushing him to the University of California Los Angeles Medical Centre. His brother Jermaine said Jackson apparently suffered cardiac arrest, an abnormal heart rhythm that stops the heart from pumping blood to the body. It can occur after a heart attack or be caused by other heart problems. 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APTN APEX 06-27-09 0234EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0630: US Jackson Souvenirs Saturday, 27 June 2009 STORY:US Jackson Souvenirs- REPLAY Fans show Jackson memorabilia, interview with Rolling Stone journalist LENGTH: 03:47 FIRST RUN: 2130 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610976 DATELINE: Various - 26 June 2009 LENGTH: 03:47 SHOTLIST: Los Angeles, California 1. Amoeba Music store exterior 2. Employee restocking Michael Jackson CD's 3. Various of customers picking up Michael Jackson CD's 4. Various of employee restocking CD's 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ray Ricky Rivera, Music shop employee: "We can't keep up with it we sold out in probably an hour yesterday when we got word of his passing so we're just trying to put stuff as fast as we can." New York, NY 6. Colony Music store exterior, with electronic sign reading (English) "God Bless Michael R.I.P." 7. Various of Michael Jackson memorabilia 8. Mid of still photos of Jackson 5 and Michael Jackson 9. Coca-Cola can with advertising on Michael Jackson's 1984 World Tour 10. Old Michael Jackson concert tickets 11. Video Game cover 12. Employee putting albums on display wall 13. Various of Jackson albums display 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alan Grossbardt, Colony Music Store: "Well actually last night we sold every CD we had in the store we couldn't even find any CDs we've sent some people out to other stores to buy them just to have in stock and we're out of everything." New York, NY 16. Anthony DeCurtis walking 17. Michael Jackson on Rolling Stone Magazine cover 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anthony DeCurtis, Contributing editor at Rolling Stone Magazine: "I think it's very hard for people to understand how all of the scandals and things like that are likely to melt away as people hear less about them and all the issues become much more remote. But they're still going to be able to listen to 'Thriller.' They're still going to be able to listen to 'Off the Wall.' And they're still going to be able to go get those amazing records, and they're still going to be able to see those performances. And that's what going to last." Detroit, Michigan 19. Dearborn Music store exterior 20. Customer at register 21. Customer holding CD 22. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gina Peoples, music store customer: "I bought some Motown music, which included Michael Jackson. I came here specifically to get the tracks from Michael Jackson, I also wanted his DVDs going back to when he was with the Jackson Five, I actually grew up with Michael Jackson in a sense we're almost the same age and that was my first boy group, so I'm kind of like nostalgic about all of this that's going on, it's like he's phenomenal, he's the greatest." 23. Michael Jackson records at store STORYLINE Pop star Michael Jackson's death has led to skyrocketing sales of his music and videos, with major retailers selling out of products that have regained immense popularity overnight. Boutique stores are doing a brisk business. Alan Grossbardt, the co-owner of Colony Record and Radio Centre in New York's Manhattan, said the store sold out of Michael Jackson's music within hours of his death. "Last night we sold every CD we had in the store we couldn't even find any CD's we sent some people out to other stores to buy them just to have in stock and we're out of everything." Fans are grabbing up Michael Jackson CD's as well as his old vinyl albums and memorabilia from his days as the King of Pop. The moonwalking pop star drove the growth of music videos, vaulting cable channel MTV into the popular mainstream after its launch in 1981. His 1982 hit "Thriller," still the second best-selling US album of all time, spawned a John Landis-directed music video that MTV played every hour on the hour. Five years later, "Bad" sold 22 (m) million copies. In 1991, he signed a 65 (m) million US dollar recording deal with Sony. Anthony DeCurtis, contributing editor at Rolling Stone Magazine, said people's desire for Jackson's music will last for a long time to come, despite his controversial past. "They're still going to be able to listen to 'Thriller.' They're still going to be able to listen to 'Off the Wall.' And they're still going to be able to go get those amazing records, and they're still going to be able to see those performances. And that's what going to last." An autopsy was planned for Friday, though results were not likely to be final until toxicology tests could be completed, a process that could take several days and sometimes weeks. However, if a cause can be determined by the autopsy, they will announce the results, said a Los Angeles County Coroner Investigator. Jackson died at UCLA Medical Centre after being stricken at his rented home in the posh Los Angeles neighbourhood of Holmby Hills. Paramedics tried to resuscitate him at his home for nearly three-quarters of an hour, then rushed him to the hospital, where doctors continued to work on him. His brother Jermaine said he was believed to have suffered cardiac arrest in his home but the cause of his death was unknown until results of the autopsy were revealed. Jackson's death brought a tragic end to a long, bizarre, sometimes farcical decline from his peak in the 1980s, when he was popular music's premier all-around performer, a uniter of black and white music who shattered the race barrier on MTV, dominated the charts and dazzled even more on stage. Jackson's death prompted broadcasters from Sydney to Seoul to interrupt programmes, while fans remembered a "tortured genius" whose squeals and sliding moves captivated a generation and who sparked global trends in music, dance and fashion. 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 06-27-09 0235EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0630: ++Pakistan Shooting Saturday, 27 June 2009 STORY:++Pakistan Shooting- NEW GRAPHIC Five militants killed in shootout LENGTH: 01:28 FIRST RUN: 0630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Urdu/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 611024 DATELINE: Karachi - 27 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:28 SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Exterior of Abbasi Shaheed hospital in Karachi 2. Various of bodies of men officials say are militants being taken to hospital morgue 3. Body being placed on slab 4. Pan of bodies of suspected militants as man takes image on mobile phone ++GRAPHIC++ 5. Police officer and officials 6. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Iftikhar lodhi, District superintendent of police: "Police got the tip-off that comrades of the Chief of Tehrik-e-Taliban in Pakistan, Baitullah Mehsud were hiding over here. After getting the information police conducted a raid near the super highway. Six persons escaped during cross firing but five were hit. Those five injured men died on the way by ambulance to Abbasi Shaheed hospital. Five dead bodies are at the morgue. Police have filed the case and an investigation is underway." 7. Cutaway of Iodhi's shirt 8. Ambulance outside morgue SHOTLIST Police killed five men they believed were Taliban militants on Saturday, a top official in Karachi said. The men were killed in a night time raid on a Karachi apartment believed to be housing insurgents loyal to the Pakistani Taliban leader, Baitullah Mehsud, who has been blamed for a wave of suicide attacks, A city police spokesperson said officers found a large quantity of weapons and explosives in the apartment. He said the militants were planning attacks in Pakistan's biggest city. Police taking part in the raid early on Saturday told the militants to surrender, but they shot at police, he said. In the gunbattle that ensued, five militants were killed, five were wounded and six escaped in the darkness, he said. Iftikhar lodhi, the district superintendent of police said the information leading to the gunbattle came from a tip off. "Police have filed the case and an investigation is underway," he said. Mehsud is blamed for a wave of suicide bombings across Pakistan that spokesmen for his group have said is in retaliation for two military offensives against Taliban in the country's volatile northwest. Troops are winding down their campaign to oust the Taliban from the Swat Valley region after two months of fighting and are turning their attention to a fresh offensive targeting Mehsud in his home territory of South Waziristan, in the tribal belt on the Afghan border. The militant attacks have targeted security forces but have also hit mosques, markets and one major international hotel. The latest struck an army vehicle in Pakistani Kashmir on Friday, killing two soldiers. The bombing was claimed by a Mehsud spokesman who warned of more attacks. It was the first time that this strategically sensitive area - where rival India has long accused Pakistan of harbouring Islamic militants that launch attacks in Indian Kashmir - has been targeted by the Taliban. The government says the recent suicide bombings have fuelled its determination to destroy Mehsud's network and end militancy in Pakistan. Washington strongly backs the military campaigns, which are seen as a test of the government's resolve after years of unfinished offensives and failed peace deals with militants. Karachi, a teeming port city of more than 16 (m) million and Pakistan's commercial hub, has long been a hotbed for Taliban and al-Qaeda linked groups who are believed to have staged bank robberies, kidnapping for ransom and other criminal activities to raise funds. 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APTN APEX 06-27-09 0236EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0630: Italy Pakistan Saturday, 27 June 2009 STORY:Italy Pakistan- REPLAY Pakistani FM comments on India, Afghanistan and Iran LENGTH: 01:50 FIRST RUN: 0330 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 611004 DATELINE: Trieste - 26 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:50 SHOTLIST 1. Wide of conference room 2. Cutaway of audience and media 3. Pakistani flag on conference table 4. Pakistan Foreign Minister Makhdoom Mahmood Qureshi 5. Wide of conference 6. Qureshi being interviewed 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Makhdoom Mahmood Qureshi, Pakistani Foreign Minister: "I think on the whole it was a friendly meeting, it was a good exchange, a frank exchange, and I think both sides realise that they have a common interest, a common enemy and have to move on in a cooperative manner." 8. Qureshi being interviewed 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Makhdoom Mahmood Qureshi, Pakistani Foreign Minister: "We need to focus more on controlling the flow of drugs and how narco-money was financing terrorism. This has not been paid enough attention in the past and now NATO, ISAF and the region, electively will have to take on this challenge in a more meaningful manner." 10. Qureshi being interviewed 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Makhdoom Mahmood Qureshi, Pakistani Foreign Minister: "Pakistan feels that it is an internal matter and it should be resolved internally through peaceful means, non violent means by the leadership of Iran." 12. Wide of conference STORYLINE: Foreign ministers from the Group of Eight countries meeting in Italy on Friday endorsed Pakistan's battle against Taliban insurgents and promised to work more with the country's government "in the face of terrorism, extremism and militancy." They called for better regional cooperation in fighting "terrorism" and drug trafficking in the region. "We need to focus more on controlling the flow of drugs," said Makhdoom Mahmood Qureshi, the Pakistani Foreign Minister. "This has not been paid enough attention in the past and now NATO, ISAF and the region, electively will have to take on this challenge in a more meaningful manner." Improving security in Afghanistan and the surrounding region is a focus of the three-day meeting in the northeastern Italian city. Italy, the host of the meeting, sought to broaden participation in the talks, arguing that Afghanistan is a problem that needs to be addressed regionally. Afghan President Hamid Karzai has been criticised both at home and abroad for corruption in his administration but he is the favourite in the August 20 vote in Afghanistan. The administration of President Barack Obama in its early days called Karzai's government inefficient and corrupt, but U.S. officials have toned down criticism of a leader who may win a second five-year term. Italy had also invited Iran to attend the talks, arguing that it could play an important role in talks on Afghan stabilisation. But Rome retracted the invitation after Iran failed to respond, and amid concerns over Iran's violent crackdown on protesters after disputed elections results. Qureshi said on Friday that the protests were "an internal matter and it should be resolved internally through peaceful means." Qureshi also commented on Pakistan-India relations after a bi-lateral meeting on Friday morning with the head of the Indian delegation. "I think on the whole it was a friendly meeting and I think both sides realise that they have a common interest, a common enemy and have to move on in a cooperative manner," he said. On Saturday, the delegates will look at economic development, refugees and migration, and food security, with other international players joining the discussions. 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APTN APEX 06-27-09 0237EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0630: US Climate Bill Saturday, 27 June 2009 STORY:US Climate Bill- REPLAY House passes major energy climate bill in triumph for US president LENGTH: 02:05 FIRST RUN: 0330 RESTRICTIONS: Part No NAmerica/Net TYPE: English/Natsound SOURCE: POOL/ ABC STORY NUMBER: 611020 DATELINE: Washington DC - 26 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:05 SHOTLIST POOL - AP Clients Only 1. Wide of US House of Representatives 2. Wide of House floor 3. SOUNDBITE (English) John Boehner, Republican Minority Leader: "What we have on the floor today is typical big government. And the fight that we have between the two sides of the aisle really boils down to one word. It boils down to freedom. The freedom to allow the American people to live their lives without all of these extra taxes and all of this bureaucracy." 4. Wide of House with graphic overlaid showing vote tally 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ed Pastor, Democratic congressman: "On this vote, yeas are 219, nays are 212. The bill is passed." ABC - No Access NAmerica/Internet 6. US President Barack Obama walking into room 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Barack Obama, US President: "Today, the House of Representatives took historic action with the passage of the American Clean Energy and Security Act. It's a bold and necessary step that holds the promise of creating new industries and (m) millions of new jobs, decreasing our dangerous dependence on foreign oil, and strictly limiting the release of pollutants that threaten the health of families and communities and the planet itself. Now it's up to the senate to take the next step. I am confident that in the coming weeks and months, the senate will demonstrate the same commitment to addressing what is a tremendous challenge and an extraordinary opportunity." 8. Wide of Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi speaking at news conference 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Nancy Pelosi, Democratic House Speaker: "Everyone is very excited about the history that was made here in the House of Representatives this evening. We passed transformational legislation which will take us into the future. No matter how long our colleagues wanted to talk against it, they could not hold the future back." 10. Cutaway of people at news conference STORYLINE: In a triumph for US President Barack Obama, the Democratic-controlled House narrowly passed sweeping legislation on Friday that calls for the nation's first limits on pollution linked to global warming and aims to usher in a new era of cleaner, yet more costly energy. The vote was 219-212, capping months of negotiations and days of intense bargaining among Democrats. Republicans were overwhelmingly against the measure, arguing it would destroy jobs in the midst of a recession while burdening consumers with a new tax in the form of higher energy costs. Congressman John Boehner, the House Republican leader, used a one-hour speech shortly before the final vote to warn of what he said were unintended consequences that would cost jobs, depress real estate prices and put the government into parts of the economy where it had no role. "What we have on the floor today is typical big government. And the fight that we have between the two sides of the aisle really boils down to one word. It boils down to freedom.The freedom to allow the American people to live their lives without all of these extra taxes and all of this bureaucracy," he said. At the White House, Obama said the bill would create jobs, and added that with its vote, the House had put America on a path toward leading the way toward creating a 21st century global economy. "It's a bold and necessary step that holds the promise of creating new industries and (m) millions of new jobs, decreasing our dangerous dependence on foreign oil, and strictly limiting the release of pollutants that threaten the health of families and communities and the planet itself," Obama said. The House's action fulfilled Speaker Nancy Pelosi's vow to clear major energy legislation before July 4. It also sent the measure to a highly uncertain fate in the Senate, where Majority Leader Harry Reid said he was hopeful that the Senate will be able to debate and pass bipartisan and comprehensive clean energy and climate legislation this fall. The legislation would require the US to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020 and by about 80 percent by mid-century. That was slightly more aggressive than Obama originally wanted, 14 percent by 2020 and the same 80 percent by mid-century. US carbon dioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels are rising at about 1 percent a year and are predicted to continue increasing without mandatory limits. Under the bill, the government would limit heat-trapping pollution from factories, refineries and power plants and issue allowances for polluters. Most of the allowances would be given away, but about 15 percent would be auctioned by bid and the proceeds used to defray higher energy costs for lower-income individuals and families. 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APTN APEX 06-27-09 0238EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0630: ++Italy G8 Saturday, 27 June 2009 STORY:++Italy G8- NEW Security, preparations ahead of talks on stabilisation of Afghanistan LENGTH: 01:05 FIRST RUN: 0630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 611027 DATELINE: Trieste - 27 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:05 SHOTLIST 1. Wide port of Trieste 2. Wide of buildings 3. Various of police at road block 4. Wide exterior of Palazzo della Regione, venue of conference 5. Wide of building entrance 6. Coast guard boat on the water 7. Mid of scuba diver dropping off side of rubber dinghy 8. Wide of boat patrolling port 9. Wide of buildings near the water front STORYLINE Police and the coast guards patrolled the Italian port of Trieste on Saturday morning as foreign ministers of the Group of Eight industrialised nations prepared for a second day of talks on the stabilisation of Afghanistan. A police scuba diver took a look below waters and coast guard and police boats patrolled nearby. Talks that began on Friday were to continue to discuss a host of complex issues facing Afghanistan: narco-trafficking and the use of drug money to allegedly support terror, immigration and food security. Foreign Ministers from Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and members of the Arab league were taking part in the discussions. The G8 foreign ministers have lamented corruption and the lack of basic services such as health and water in Afghanistan, saying that better cooperation among countries in the region was needed to promote stability. They endorsed on Friday Pakistan's battle against Taliban insurgents and promised to work more with the country's government "in the face of terrorism, extremism and militancy." Improving security in the troubled region is a focus of the three-day meeting in this northeastern Italian city. Italy, the host of the meeting, sought to broaden participation in the talks, arguing that Afghanistan is a problem that needs to be addressed regionally. As a result, the foreign ministers of Pakistan and Afghanistan participated in Friday's session, and a joint statement was issued. In the statement, the ministers said that, despite some efforts by the Afghan government, "insecurity, widespread corruption and capacity shortfalls continue to complicate the delivery of basic services at the local level, including health, education and water." President Hamid Karzai has been criticised both at home and abroad for corruption in his administration but he is the favourite in the August 20 vote in Afghanistan. Friday's statement also looked at drug trafficking and the opium trade, which help fund extremists, saying that it was urgent to find alternative sources of income. Italy had also invited Iran to attend the talks, arguing that it could play an important role in talks on Afghan stabilisation. But Rome retracted the invitation after Iran failed to respond, and amid concerns over Iran's violent crackdown on protesters after disputed election results. 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 06-27-09 0256EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0630: ++Taiwan Jackson Saturday, 27 June 2009 STORY:++Taiwan Jackson- NEW Michael Jackson impersonator remembers meeting his hero LENGTH: 02:17 FIRST RUN: 0630 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Taiwan TYPE: Mandarin/Nats SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/CTV STORY NUMBER: 611026 DATELINE: Taipei County - 27 June 2009/FILE LENGTH: 02:17 SHOTLIST: AP Television - AP Clients Only Taipei County - 27 June, 2009 1. Wide of Michael Jackson impersonator Wang Chi-Wei dancing to Michael Jackson song "Billie Jean" 2. Close-up Wang's dance steps 3. Close-up Wang's face 4. Close-up Wang's dance steps 5. Wide of Wang dancing 6. Pan shot Wang performing Jackson's famous "Moon walk" dance 7. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Wang Chi-Wei, Michael Jackson impersonator: "I remember I melted when Michael Jackson put his hand on my shoulder in an exclusive photo call in 1993." 8. Wide shot newspaper clipping and pictures from 1993 9. Close-up picture of Wang and Michael Jackson 10. Tilt down concert tickets of Michael Jackson's Asia tours in 1993 and 1996 CTV - No Access Taiwan FILE: Taipei - 1993 11. Various of Wang dancing to Michael Jackson song "Billie Jean" in Michael Jackson impersonator contest in 1993 with STILL of Michael Jackson AP Television - AP Clients Only Taipei County - 27 June 2009 12. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Wang Chi-Wei, Michael Jackson impersonator: "We were all hoping it was just a joke. Until I saw Michael Jackson's body lying still on the stretcher then I realised that he was dead, I cried with my student last night. Our love for him is real. When some people criticised him we really wanted to support him but I think we don't have the chance any more." 13. Wide of Wang's daughter watching Wang dancing with his student Lee Yen-Ting 14. Close-up Wang's daughter 15. Mid of Wang dancing with his student Lee 16. Wide of Wang and Lee dancing STORYLINE: In Taipei on Saturday, Taiwan's top Michael Jackson impersonator donned a wig, trademark black loafers and fedora hat and danced the moon walk in tribute to the King of Pop who died on Thursday. Thirty-year-old Wang Chi-Wei won a photo opportunity with his pop icon after coming first in an imitation competition in 1993 by dancing to the Jackson hit 'Billie Jean'. Wang still clearly remembered the big moment and said he "melted when Michael Jackson put his hand on my shoulder". Wang was tearful as he talked of the death of his pop hero. "Our love for him is real," he said. "When some people criticised him we really wanted to support him, but I think we don't have the chance any more," he added. Taiwan is one of the few Asian destinations where Jackson held concerts; the Dangerous World Tour in 1993 and the History World Tour in 1996. Wang attended both concerts and still has the tickets. He has imparted his moon walk skills to 29-year-old professional dancer Lee Yen-Ting. They believe that people find it exciting to watch them performing Jackson's unique dance which few can master. Both Wang and Lee say they will continue dancing to keep the legacy of Michael Jackson alive. Jackson collapsed at his rented home in Los Angeles on Thursday and died aged 50 from a suspected heart attack. 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