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09/25/67 A0043997 SINGAPORE: PRIME MINISTER LEE KUAM YEW EXCHANGES GIFTS WITH JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER & MRS SATO VISITS BLIND SCHOOL:
09/25/67 A0043997 SINGAPORE: PRIME MINISTER LEE KUAM YEW EXCHANGES GIFTS WITH JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER & MRS SATO VISITS BLIND SCHOOL: UNCUT "YEW / SATO" SHOWS: FLUP: PARTY ARRIVES: HANDSHAKES: POLICEMAN LEE / SATO: SCHOOL / SIGN: SCOUTS: MRS SATO: MRS SATO INSPECTS SCHOOL: MRS SATO INSPECTS SCHOOL: WELCOME TO MRS SATO: (SHOT 9/25/67 80FT) JAPAN - FOREIGN RELATIONS - SINGAPORE SINGAPORE - FOREIGN RELATIONS - JAPAN SATO, EISAKU & WIFE LEE, KUAN YEW SOE / 80 FT / 16 POS / R16689
08/12/65 A0023995 HXT1 CHICAGO - ARA PARSEGHIAN DISCUSSES NOTRE DAME GRID OUTLOOK. (F - DOMESTICS, SPORTS, AF, OKIN AF, KUAM).
08/12/65 A0023995 HXT1 CHICAGO - ARA PARSEGHIAN DISCUSSES NOTRE DAME GRID OUTLOOK. (F - DOMESTICS, SPORTS, AF, OKIN AF, KUAM). HX 4027 "PARSEEGHIAN' SHSOWS: (1) CROWD, 3 SECS (2) CU PARSEGHIAN, 5 (3) CROWD, 2 (4) S OF PARSEGHIAN, 20 (5) SOF PARSEGHIAN, 42 TOTAL: 43FT, 1:12, SHOT 8/12/65. PARSEGHIAN, ARA SOF FOOTBALL - 1965 COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES - NOTRE DAME XX / 163 FT / 16 NEG /
Guam Crash - B2 stealth bomber crashes at US air base, crew eject safely
NAME: GUAM CRASH 20080223I TAPE: EF08/0211 IN_TIME: 10:24:15:24 DURATION: 00:01:00:10 SOURCES: KUAM TV DATELINE: Andersen Air Force Base - 23 Feb 2008 RESTRICTIONS: See Script SHOTLIST ++PLEASE NOTE: MUST COURTESY KUAM TV THROUGHOUT EDIT AND NOT OBSCURE KUAM TV LOGO++ KUAM TV 1. Wide shot of smoke rising from crashed B-2 Stealth Bomber 2. Pull out of air force base 3. Pan from left to right of air force base STORYLINE: A B-2 stealth bomber crashed at an air base in Guam on Saturday but both pilots ejected safely and were in good condition, the US Air Force said. Thick smoke could be seen billowing from the wreckage at Andersen Air Force Base. A board of officers will investigate the accident. Each B-2 bomber costs about 1.2 (b) billion US dollars to build. All 21 stealth bombers are based at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri but the Air Force has been rotating several of them through Guam since 2004, along with B-1 and B-52 bombers. The rotations are designed to boost the U.S. security presence in the Asia-Pacific region while other U.S. forces diverted to fight in the Middle East. The accident occurred 11 days after a Navy plane crashed into the ocean about 20 miles (30 kilometres) northeast of Guam's Ritidian Point. Four aircrew members ejected from the EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare aircraft and were rescued by helicopter. Guam is a U.S. territory 3,700 miles (6,000 kilometres) southwest of Hawaii.
00/00/00 A0024234 HOUSTON, TEX & HAVERFORD, PENNSYLVANIA -- LBJ & ASTRONAUT CONRAD'S MOTNER WATCH ON T - V AS GEMINI 5 IN ORBIT. (F - L - S - SA1&SA2 - EURO ALL EX: JAPAN - KBS - - KUAM - OKINAWA - KTRG)
00/00/00 A0024234 HOUSTON, TEX & HAVERFORD, PENNSYLVANIA -- LBJ & ASTRONAUT CONRAD'S MOTNER WATCH ON T - V AS GEMINI 5 IN ORBIT. (F - L - S - SA1&SA2 - EURO ALL EX: JAPAN - KBS - - KUAM - OKINAWA - KTRG) NX 32600 "GT - 5 POST LAUNCH" SHOWS: (2) INT GEMINI CONTROL CENTER IN HOUSTON 18 SECS; (2) ANIMATION - ASTRONAUTS SOF 9; (3) CU PRES LYDON B JOHNSON WATCHES 6; (4) ANIMATION ASTROS SOF 24; (5) EXT HAVERFORD HOUSE 3; (6) SOF MRS SARGENT - CONRAD'S MOTHER 32. (55FT -- 1;32, SHOT 8/21/65) (AH411PED) CONRAD, (MRS) H - SOF JOHNSON, LYNDON SPACE RESEARCH - GT5 XX / 55 FT / 16 NEG /
04/12/65 A0014849 HXT7 CHICAGO - WORLD CHAMPION CARDINALS OPEN SEASOIN AGAINST CUBS (F - SPORTS - AF - OKIN AF - WIPR - KUAM).
04/12/65 A0014849 HXT7 CHICAGO - WORLD CHAMPION CARDINALS OPEN SEASOIN AGAINST CUBS (F - SPORTS - AF - OKIN AF - WIPR - KUAM). HX 3881 "CARDS OPENER" SHOWS: (1) EXT WRIGLEY FIELD, 3 SCS (2) DUGOUT, 2 (3) MS SCHOENDIENTS OUT OF DUGOUT, 3 (4) CU SIGNS AUTGOGRAPHS, 5 (5) MUSIAL LAUGHS, 3 (6) CORWD, 2 (7) LARRY JACKSON PITCHES, 3 (8) CURT FLOOD DOUBLES, 12 (9) SINGLE, RUN SCORES, 7 (10) CORD, 2 (11) SINGLE, 13 (12) CROWD, 2 (13) 14 (14) SCOREBOARD, 2 TOTAL: 44FT, 1:13, SHOT 4/12/65 ST LOUIS CAARDINALS BB TEAM CHICAGO CUBS BB TEAM BASEBALL 1965 SCHOENDIENST, RED MUSIAL, STAN J ACKSON, LARRY FLOODS, CURT WHITE, BILL XX / 44 FT / 16 NEG /
01/06/65 A0011779 HXT6 TULSA, OKLAHOMA -- JAPANESE HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLERS TAKE ON TULSA PREP MATMEN (JAPS - SPORTS - KHVH - KTRG - KUAM - DZTM - KBS KOREA - TAIPEI - KOREA AF - OKIN AF - WGN).
01/06/65 A0011779 HXT6 TULSA, OKLAHOMA -- JAPANESE HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLERS TAKE ON TULSA PREP MATMEN (JAPS - SPORTS - KHVH - KTRG - KUAM - DZTM - KBS KOREA - TAIPEI - KOREA AF - OKIN AF - WGN). HX 3758 "JAP WRESTLERS" SHOWS: (1) CROWD, 3 SECS (2) US TEAM, 7 (3) JAP SQUAD, (4) CU SAME, 4 (5) WRESTLING, 6 (6) CHEERLEADERS, 4 (7) WRESTLING, 5 (8) CU JAP MANAGER, 5 (9) END OF MATCH, 8 (10) CROWD, 3 (11)WRESTLERS SHAKE HAND, 5 (12) GROUP AT DINNER, 3 (13) CU SAME, 5 (14) MS GROUP, 3 (15) JAP COACH AND MANAGER WITH US OFFICIAL, 6 (16) BOYS ETING, 7 TOTAL: 46FT. , 1:17 SHOT 1/5/65. WRESTLING EXCHANGES, CULTURAL & SCIENTIFIC XX / X100 FT / 16 / NEG /
Guam Crash 2 - B2 stealth bomber crashes, crew eject safely
NAME: GUAM CRASH2 20080223I TAPE: EF08/0211 IN_TIME: 10:35:26:11 DURATION: 00:01:08:18 SOURCES: KUAM TV/ABC DATELINE: Andersen Base - 23 Feb 2008/ File RESTRICTIONS: See Script SHOTLIST KUAM TV ++ NOTE: MUST COURTESY KUAM TV AND NOT OBSCURE KUAM TV LOGO++ 1. Various of smoke rising over crash site at base ABC - NO NAMERICA/ INTERNET Whiteman Air Force base, Knob Noster, Missouri 2. FILE B2 plane taking off 3. More of crash site and smoke STORYLINE A B2 stealth bomber crashed at a US air base on Guam on Saturday, but both pilots ejected safely and were in good condition, the Air Force said. Thick, black smoke could be seen billowing from the wreckage at Andersen Air Force Base. It was the first crash of a B2 bomber, according to a spokeswoman for Air Combat Command at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. A board of officers was to investigate the accident. The crash came 11 days after a navy plane crashed into the ocean about 20 miles (30 kilometres) northeast of Guam's Ritidian Point. Four aircrew members ejected from the EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare aircraft and were rescued by helicopter. Guam is a US territory 37-hundred miles (five thousand kilometres) southwest of Hawaii. Each B2 bomber costs about one point two (B) billion US dollars to build. All 21stealth bombers are based at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri, but the Air Force has been rotating several of them through Guam since 2004, along with B1 and B52 bombers. The rotations are designed to boost the US security presence in the Asia-Pacific region while other US forces diverted to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan. The B2 was first publicly displayed in 1988 and took its first flight a year later. The first bomber was delivered to Whiteman in 1993.
Guam Crash 2 - B2 stealth bomber crashes, crew eject safely
NAME: GUAM CRASH2 20080223I TAPE: EF08/0211 IN_TIME: 10:35:26:11 DURATION: 00:01:08:18 SOURCES: KUAM TV/ABC DATELINE: Andersen Base - 23 Feb 2008/ File RESTRICTIONS: See Script SHOTLIST KUAM TV ++ NOTE: MUST COURTESY KUAM TV AND NOT OBSCURE KUAM TV LOGO++ 1. Various of smoke rising over crash site at base ABC - NO NAMERICA/ INTERNET Whiteman Air Force base, Knob Noster, Missouri 2. FILE B2 plane taking off 3. More of crash site and smoke STORYLINE A B2 stealth bomber crashed at a US air base on Guam on Saturday, but both pilots ejected safely and were in good condition, the Air Force said. Thick, black smoke could be seen billowing from the wreckage at Andersen Air Force Base. It was the first crash of a B2 bomber, according to a spokeswoman for Air Combat Command at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. A board of officers was to investigate the accident. The crash came 11 days after a navy plane crashed into the ocean about 20 miles (30 kilometres) northeast of Guam's Ritidian Point. Four aircrew members ejected from the EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare aircraft and were rescued by helicopter. Guam is a US territory 37-hundred miles (five thousand kilometres) southwest of Hawaii. Each B2 bomber costs about one point two (B) billion US dollars to build. All 21stealth bombers are based at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri, but the Air Force has been rotating several of them through Guam since 2004, along with B1 and B52 bombers. The rotations are designed to boost the US security presence in the Asia-Pacific region while other US forces diverted to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan. The B2 was first publicly displayed in 1988 and took its first flight a year later. The first bomber was delivered to Whiteman in 1993.
Entertainment Guam Pearlman - Boy-band mogul Lou Pearlman arrested in Indonesia
NAME: GUAM ARREST 20070615E TAPE: EF07/0713 IN_TIME: 10:22:41:02 DURATION: 00:00:41:10 SOURCES: KUAM GUAM DATELINE: 15 June 2007 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: PLEASE NOTE: QUALITY AS INCOMING +++FOOTAGE CONTAINING SUPERS OF KUAM NEWS, GUAM+++ Kuam Guam material 1. Long shot by KUAM Guam of white police van, with police officers coming out and escorting Lou Pearlman (in blue T-shirt and shades) into building BOYBAND MENTOR ARRESTED Boy band impresario Lou Pearlman was arrested on Friday as he set foot on the US Pacific island of Guam, 3,300 miles (4,800 kilometres) west of Hawaii, after he was flown to the island following a joint effort by the US and Balinese authorities. The 47-year-old, the creator of boy bands the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync, was wanted in the US state of Florida for allegedly scamming a rough 317 million (m) US dollars out of some 1, 400 investors. Pearlman was also involved in airplane charters, talent scouting, restaurants and other ventures. Banks are hounding Pearlman and his companies for more than 120 million US dollars, according to bankruptcy court documents. It was not entirely clear how he allegedly committed bank fraud in the federal charges, which were filed in a criminal complaint March 2 and sealed until Thursday. However, court documents filed by the Florida Office of Financial Regulation and in lawsuits against Pearlman allege he created a fake accounting firm that prepared bogus statements for investors. On Friday, he was seen wearing a blue shirt and shades as he was escorted to court by Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) agents. He was reportedly refusing to cooperate with police officers, failing to answer questions and repeatedly invoking his right not to speak to investigators, according to the fifth amendment of the US constitution. Pearlman faces a one-million-dollar (m) fine, or a possible 30-year prison sentence. US Federal authorities had issued a warrant for his arrest on March 2. Prior to his arrest, the US citizen had gone missing, evading the authorities for several months.
04/24?66 A0030571 WENDOVER: VISITING SINGAPORE PREMIER LEE KUAN YEW PLAYS GOLF WITH BRITISH PREMIER HAROLD WILSON:
04/24?66 A0030571 WENDOVER: VISITING SINGAPORE PREMIER LEE KUAN YEW PLAYS GOLF WITH BRITISH PREMIER HAROLD WILSON: LN 25498 "LEE - WILSON" SHOWS: SIGN ELLESBOROUGH GOLF CLUN: LEE KUA YEW AND HAROLD WILSON WALKING ONTO COURSE: SIGN: FIRST TEE: WILSON DRIVES OFF: MRS WILSON AND MRS YEW WATCH: YEW DRIVES OFF: WILSON STARTS WALKING UP FAIRWAY: CAMERAMEN: LEE & WILSON ON THE GREEN: (SHOT 4/24/66 38FT) LEE, KUAM YEW WILSON, HAROLD SINGAPORE GOLF - GENERAL GREAT BRITAIN - FOREIGN RELATIONS - SINGAPORE` UP LN / 38 FT / 16 NEG / R13672
Guam Stabbings
AP-APTN-0930: Guam Stabbings Wednesday, 13 February 2013 STORY:Guam Stabbings- 4:3 Police arrest man accused of mass stabbing after car crash LENGTH: 02:00 FIRST RUN: 0330 RESTRICTIONS: Mandatory Onscreen Credit TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: KUAM STORY NUMBER: 879156 DATELINE: Hagatna - 13 Feb 2013 LENGTH: 02:00 PLEASE IGNORE SCRIPT SENT EARLIER AND REPLACE WITH FOLLOWING, WHICH AMENDS DEATH TOLL KUAM - AP CLIENTS ONLY/MANDATORY ONSCREEN CREDIT 'KUAM' SHOTLIST: ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Wide of avenue with police cars 2. Wide of police car arriving, pan 3. Wide of shoes and footwear by police cordon, zoom out to police on scene 4. Pan of police at scene 5. Shoes left at scene 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eddie Calvo, Governor of Guam: "As a father and a husband, I am so deeply saddened about this tragedy that has occurred this evening in Guam. We all know, living in this island, that something like this is an anomaly, and for it to strike at home, again it is hurtful. I have given my assurances and I've talked to representatives from the consulate of Japan that we will do all that we can, to assist those that have been injured as well as the families of those that unfortunately have been murdered." 7. Wide of STILL photo of stabbing suspect, 21-year old Chad Ryan DeSoto 8. STILL photo of DeSoto 9. Zoom in on authorities at the scene, with ABC Stores in background STORYLINE: A man accused of killing at least two Japanese visitors and injuring 11 others after crashing his car and stabbing people in a major tourist district in Guam has been arrested and faces multiple charges, police said on Wednesday. Chad Ryan DeSoto, 21, is accused of driving his vehicle onto a pavement and striking seven tourists on Tuesday night at an upscale shopping area fronting the Outrigger Guam Resort in Tumon Bay, police said. DeSoto continued driving on the pavement, crashing into the wall of a convenience store. He then left his car and started stabbing people, police said. The wreck and alleged knife attack among high-end boutiques and hotels in Tumon Bay's Pleasure Island district sent frightened hotel guests and others fleeing for safety. DeSoto is charged with two counts of murder, 13 counts of attempted murder and 13 counts of aggravated assault, police said. No motive or other details on the investigation were released. DeSoto was scheduled due to appear before a magistrate judge the Superior Court of Guam on Wednesday to be formally charged. Japan's chief cabinet secretary said 14 Japanese tourists were attacked, including two who died. Two of the injured had been released from the hospital after being treated, he said. Japanese media reported the dead were two women aged 28 and 81 and the survivors included the eight-month-old son of the younger victim. An official with Japanese travel operator HIS said eight of its customers were injured in the attack - including some with broken bones - but none were killed. The governor of Guam issued a statement addressed to "the people of Japan" saying the perpetrator would be prosecuted "to the fullest extent of the law". He added he was committed to ensuring the safety of visitors to Guam and would increase the police presence in the visitor district. Guam, US territory and tropical island just three hours south of Tokyo by airplane, is heavily dependent on tourism - particularle 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-02-13-13 1211GMT
One Minute World - APTN's World in a Minute
TAPE: IN_TIME: DURATION: 1:15 SOURCES: APTN/KUAM 8 RESTRICTIONS: part no acces Guam DATELINE: various, March 7, 2003 APTN ONE MINUTE WORLD FOR FRIDAY 7 MARCH 2003 1. UN BLIX - COMING IN FOR 1800 - UNTV - APTN Clients Only Chief UN Weapons Inspector presents his report to the Security Council. Hans Blix said Baghdad's cooperation "can be seen as active, or even proactive." 2. USS KITTY HAWK - APTN Clients Only Forty-year old USS Kitty Hawk arrives in the Gulf. Despite her age the ship is still a formidable force. More than 70 fighter planes are on board. 3. BELGIUM DEMO - APTN - APTN Clients Only Hundreds of dockers clash with police. These Belgian workers and others across Europe are angry over plans to open ports to more competition. 4. INDIA ANTI WAR - APTN - APTN Clients Only Thousands demand revenge against the US Muslims in the capital Delhi and in Bombay said any attack on Iraq is an attack on Islam. Some 140 million Muslims live in India. 5. NIRAQ FOOTBALL - APTN - APTN Clients Only A football match between Iraqis from Baghdad and Kurds from the north kicks off. League games take place around the country on a regular basis despite the threat of war.
One Minute World - APTN's World in a Minute
TAPE: IN_TIME: DURATION: 1:15 SOURCES: APTN/Kuam 8 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Guam DATELINE: Various, March 6, 2003 APTN ONE MINUTE WORLD FOR THURSDAY 6TH MARCH 2003 1) Gaza Wrap 3 Eleven Palestinians are reported killed and more than 100 injured after Israel enters the Jabaliya refugee in the Gaza Strip. The incursion follows Wednesday's Palestinian suicide bombing. 2) Iraq Latest Russia begins evacuating 600 of its citizens from Iraq as the prospect of war looms ever larger. Meanwhile, Baghdad continues to destroy its Al-Samoud 2 missiles. 3) Kuwait Troops US forces continue to mass in the Kuwaiti desert, near to the Iraqi border. A massive military zone has been declared in the north of the country. 4) Turkey Military While Turkey debates whether to allow a US invasion force in, American fighters continue to fly from the Turkish airbase at Incirlik, harassing Iraqi forces in northern no-fly zone. 5) Guam B52s (No Access Guam) And moore US bombers arrive in the Pacific island of Guam, within striking distance of North Korea. Washington says the warplanes are a deterrent to the communist regime.
APTN 0930
AP-APTN-0930 Prime News-Final Wednesday, 13 February 2013 Prime News US State of the Union 2 04:30 AP Clients Only Obama asks supporters for 'big push' for proposals in State of the Union address US State of the Union 04:27 AP Clients Only Obama's State of the Union address on foreign policy includes NKorea and Afghanistan US Manhunt 2 01:58 Access all outside North America / No Access broadcast or digital in North America Search for former police officer ends in shootout and blaze at woodland cabin Guam Stabbings 02:00 Mandatory On-screen Credit 'Kuam' 4:3 Man accused of killing 3, injuring 11 after crashing car and stabbing people is arrested Mexico Ape Woman 01:38 AP Clients Only Remains of indigenous Mexican woman paraded in circuses as the "ape woman" returned Brazil Carnival 02:10 AP Clients Only Carnival in Rio ends with the traditional gay ball, thousands take to streets of Recife SKorea NKorea 2 02:43 AP Clients Only SKorea parliament passes resolution against NKorea's nuclear test, analyst Thailand Attack 2 01:15 No Access Thailand Defence Minister warns of another attack after marines kill 16 insurgents ++Vatican Pope 01:55 AP Clients Only Reactions as Pope prepares for first appearance since resignation B-u-l-l-e-t-i-n begins at 0930 GMT. AP-WF-02-13-13 0959GMT
GNS: Guam B52s - US Bombers arrive in Guam in show of strength to deter NKorea
TAPE: GS0310 IN_TIME: 12:33:22 DURATION: 2:42 SOURCES: Kuam 8 RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Guam, March 6, 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide high shot of US C130 transport plane taking off with B52 bomber in foreground 2. US B1 bombers on tarmac 3. Andersen Air Force Base control tower, pans to show US B52's 4. Pan of runway 5. General of buildings at airbase 6. Pan of US B1 bombers to B52 bombers 7. Wide of Andersen airbase 8. Various of Andersen airbase 9. Pan from coast to airbase STORYLINE: A group of long-range bombers, deployed as a show of US military might amid continuing tension over North Korea's nuclear weapons programme, landed in the western Pacific island of Guam on Thursday. North Korea's state Central Radio and Radio Pyongyang on Thursday said the reinforcement was part of US preparations for invading the communist state, South Korea's national Yonhap news agency reported. Meanwhile, Russia and China both urged Washington to hold direct talks with Pyongyang to defuse the standoff, saying they opposed military or other pressure on the reclusive country. The Pentagon ordered the deployment of 12 B-1 and 12 B-52 bombers last Friday to deter conflicts that could arise in the western Pacific, according to a spokesman at the US Pacific Air Force headquarters in Hawaii. A public affairs officer at Guam's Andersen Airforce Base confirmed the landing of the first group of bombers on Wednesday. More bombers are scheduled to be sent to the island. Tensions over North Korea's nuclear programme heightened during the weekend after North Korean fighter jets briefly intercepted a US reconnaissance plane over the Sea of Japan. Guam, the westernmost territory of the United States and the site of a major US military presence, is about 3200 kilometres (2000 miles) from North Korea.
Guam B52s - US Bombers arrive in Guam in show of strength to deter North Korea
TAPE: EF03/0206 IN_TIME: 00:41:34 DURATION: 2:42 SOURCES: Kuam 8 RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Guam, March 6, 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide high shot of US C130 transport plane taking off with B52 bomber in foreground 2. US B1 bombers on tarmac 3. Andersen Air Force Base control tower, pans to show US B52's 4. Pan of runway 5. General of buildings at airbase 6. Pan of US B1 bombers to B52 bombers 7. Wide of Andersen airbase 8. Various of Andersen airbase 9. Pan from coast to airbase STORYLINE: A group of long-range bombers, deployed as a show of US military might amid continuing tension over North Korea's nuclear weapons programme, landed in the western Pacific island of Guam on Thursday. North Korea's state Central Radio and Radio Pyongyang on Thursday said the reinforcement was part of US preparations for invading the communist state, South Korea's national Yonhap news agency reported. Meanwhile, Russia and China both urged Washington to hold direct talks with Pyongyang to defuse the standoff, saying they opposed military or other pressure on the reclusive country. The Pentagon ordered the deployment of 12 B-1 and 12 B-52 bombers last Friday to deter conflicts that could arise in the western Pacific, according to a spokesman at the US Pacific Air Force headquarters in Hawaii. A public affairs officer at Guam's Andersen Airforce Base confirmed the landing of the first group of bombers on Wednesday. More bombers are scheduled to be sent to the island. Tensions over North Korea's nuclear programme heightened during the weekend after North Korean fighter jets briefly intercepted a US reconnaissance plane over the Sea of Japan. Guam, the westernmost territory of the United States and the site of a major US military presence, is about 3200 kilometres (2000 miles) from North Korea.
CRica Money
AP-APTN-2330: CRica Money Tuesday, 8 May 2012 STORY:CRica Money- 4:3 Authorities seize two trucks en route from Mexico with millions of dollars on board LENGTH: 01:37 FIRST RUN: 2030 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Spanish/Nat SOURCE: Public Security Ministry Handout STORY NUMBER: 740226 DATELINE: Various - 6,7 May 2012 LENGTH: 01:37 PUBLIC SECURITY MINISTRY HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: Penas Blancas, Costa Rica - 6 May 2012 ++NIGHT SHOT++ 1. Close of police officials finding packets of money San Jose, Costa Rica - 7 May 2012 ++DAY SHOTS++ 2. Wide of security official inspecting truck 3. Mid of packet of money 4. Mid of official cutting open packets of money 5. Various of officials opening, inspecting and counting packets of money 6. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Mauricio Boraschi, National Anti-Drug Commissioner: "This represents a strong blow against the criminal infrastructure. It must be said that this is the only part of the entire criminal process that cannot be replaced. That is to say they can't replace the money, everything else they can replace. They can replace x 3/81u0...0 5/8..?v--. 5/8. 1/2+K 1/8. 1/8q 5/8 7/8 1/8 i0 7/8 5/8..$-.$.V+Y5 1/2.$-rtant b 5/80 7/80 5/8. ex.0w0.?K+iKUAM9 5)!! 3/89YI%UMA1% %9MA Q%99 U9Q%959e5)!!5)!!MQIe1%9i5)!!5)!!UQ!I%Q%M%9 MQI% !YM%iQ 3/8QIU -M9IUQI55a% 3/8%Q!5IQ!9Q 3/8!5%5%11%9UM11IM%9 M!9 I95)!!5)!!A1% M%Q!eU9Q!A -QM59e!%9%9Q!MQ9-9QIU -9 YQ!!1%9I%9Q! %9Q!Q!IQIU -95)!!5)!!% %1MM%Q!eQ%9UQ519I%YI9!9UI9I%YI%9Q!AIQ%99IQ! II 3/8%Q!9% IU95)!!5)!!A1% M%Q!e 3/8I1%9-%9Q!M5U159eQIU IQ1M95)!!5)!! MQI% M9Q%919Q%5IU 55%MM%9I15UI% % IM !%1M%Q!M%iUI 3/8M MQI9 1 3/8 %9MQ I%5%919M95)!!5)!!!M%59e 3/8MQ! 91eAIQQ!9Q%I I%5%91AI MMQ!Q 99Q IA1 9 5)!!5)!!uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuejjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjRBBjRBB1%9QMII5%9i5)!!!%%Q ! -Q!QI5MQ!%I1% 9 I59QMIUM 9Q9QUQM%9 3/8MAII55%99Q!QUIQ!IY% 9MM%MQ9 9 Q%9I5Q!AI !%Y9iQ1-QQ!A%IA 3/8QaI 3/8QaI5%1i%9AI !%Y9 55)!!!%%%Q!eM!U1 ! - 3/8%Q!Q!AA1% 1 11 Q%9M %Qe%9Q!%IQII%QIeII%9Q! 1I9 9eMU9I I%9IAII59 %9 1U 3/8%Q!%9Q!AQ1Y%M%99 3/8MMIY% 5)!!!%%%%Q!e!Y%QI%1IMA9M% %1%QeIQ!UM1199e 9Q9Q%9 1U 3/8%Q!.in the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 05-08-12 1934EDT