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Iraq Cardinal 3 - Cardinal Delly celebrates Mass in Shiite neighbourhood
NAME: IRQ CARDINAL 3 20071225I TAPE: EF07/1528 IN_TIME: 11:18:56:18 DURATION: 00:02:29:08 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Baghdad, 25 Dec 2007 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Christians walking to church 2. Exterior of Chaldean Marilia Church 3. Sign reading: ''Chaldean Marilia Church'' 4. Wide of Congregation in mass 5. Cardinal Emmanuel III Delly, leader of the ancient Chaldean Church and Iraq's first cardinal and other priests standing in front of congregation 6. Pan of church 7. Cardinal and other priests 8. Choir singing hymns 9. Cardinal addressing congregation 10. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Cardinal Emmanuel III Delly, head of the ancient Chaldean Church: "I'd like to congratulate my brothers, the Muslims, on Eid al-Adha and congratulate my sons, the Christians on the Glorious Christmas. I wish them all a new happy and prosperous year.'' 11. Choir singing 12. Wide of mass 13. Cardinal at the mass 14. Priest distributing communion 15. Iraqi Muslims taking part in mass 16. Various of Iraq's cardinal shaking hands and hugging Iraqi Muslims, Shiite, Sunni and tribal key figures in area STORYLINE: Cardinal Emmanuel III Delly, the leader of Iraq's ancient Chaldean Church, led Christmas Day Mass on Tuesday in eastern Baghdad, the day Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. A large section of the predominantly Shiite neighbourhood in eastern Baghdad, al-Jidida, is inhabited by Iraqi Christians. Key Muslim figures took part in the Mass in the Marilia church and the cardinal congratulated both religious communities, the Muslims and Christians, on their respective festivals Eid al-Adha and Christmas, which took place close to each other. ''I'd like to congratulate my brothers, the Muslims, on Eid al-Adha and congratulate my sons, the Christians on the Glorious Christmas. I wish them all a new happy and prosperous year,'' the 80 year old Cardinal said. The violence continued on Christmas Day however; a suicide car bomb exploded outside a residential complex in the northern city of Beiji, killing 22 people and wounding 30, police and local hospital officials said. Several churches have been frequent targets of militants in the years following the US-led invasion of Iraq. Pope Benedict XVI recently appointed the Patriarch of the Chaldean Church for Babylon, an ancient denomination with roots in the age of Jesus Christ, a cardinal. Emmanuel III is the first Iraqi to be elevated to that status and received his ordination on November 24 in Rome. Since then the cardinal called on emigrants to return home. Christians, who make up about three percent of the Iraqi population, are fleeing Iraq in high numbers because of the increasing sectarian violence in the country. Many Christians have fled to neighbouring Syria, but some are seeking asylum as far a field as Australia and Canada. Although the Christian minority has remained on the sidelines of the Sunni-Shia struggle for power, it has been the target of attacks by radical Islamic groups. Most of Iraq's Christian population belongs to the Assyrian faith, but there is also a small minority of Orthodox Armenians. Although bombings and other attacks continue throughout Iraq, their number has fallen. The US military has said there has been a 60 percent decrease in violence since June.
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Iraq Funerals 2 - WRAP Mourning for victims of funeral bombing ADDS mass for victims
NAME: IRQ FUNERALS2 20080102I TAPE: EF08/0014 IN_TIME: 11:02:16:19 DURATION: 00:02:34:19 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Baghdad - 2 Jan 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST Nahda neighbourhood 1. Man crying outside al-Kindi Teaching Hospital morgue 2. Bodies in morgue with men looking on 3. Close-up of young boy crying 4. Man securing coffin on roof of minibus with mourners standing nearby 5. Men covering coffin of a Christian victim with Iraqi flag and another man nailing it down 6. Man hugging young boy crying 7. Men carrying coffin of Christian victim to vehicle then placing it in rear 8. Wide of minibus with coffin on top driving towards cemetery Al-Jadida ''New Baghdad'' neighbourhood 9. Wide of Chaldean Marilia Church with mourners standing outside 10. Wide of grieving Christian women in black clothes standing outside 11. Mourners carrying coffin, draped with Iraqi flag, into church 12. Close of boy with hand on coffin 13. Wide of mourners standing next to coffin in church 14. Wide of priest and other clergymen performing funeral service 15. Mid of coffin, priest in the background 16. Pan from front row of male mourners to women 17. Mourners carrying coffin out of church 18. Mourners placing the coffin on ground at front of church 19. Mid of priest carrying out rites with men picking up coffin 20. Mourners carrying coffin to hearse 21. Hearse leaving church and group of mourners following STORYLINE Bereaved relatives of those killed in a funeral blast in eastern Baghdad on Tuesday arrived early on Wednesday morning at the al-Kindi hospital morgue to collect the remains of their loved ones. AP Television News footage showed men collecting the remains of their relatives who were killed in the funeral suicide bombing on Tuesday. Amongst them was a Christian victim, Naed Touma who had come to mourn the death of Nabil Hussein Jassim, a retired lieutenant colonel killed in a car bombing last Friday in downtown Baghdad's Tayaran Square. Police and ambulance officials said a suicide bomber detonated a vest loaded with explosives at a Shiite funeral in eastern Baghdad on Tuesday. Officials on Wednesday increased the toll from the bombing to 36 killed and 37 wounded. The explosion took place at 4:45 pm (1345 GMT) in Baghdad's eastern Zayouna neighbourhood, a mixed Shiite and Sunni district, the officials said on condition of anonymity. The injured were taken to the al-Kindi Teaching Hospital in Nahda for treatment. Outside the hospital, on Wednesday, relatives wept as the remains of the victims were carried out and placed into coffins before being taken away for their last rites. Later on Wednesday, AP Television filmed Iraqi Christian mourners as they gathered at the Chaldean Marilia Church in eastern Baghdad to mourn the death of the Naed Touma. A mass was held for Touma after which the coffin was placed into a hearse before being taken away to the local cemetery. The suicide attack was a reminder of the dangers that persist despite the recent decline in violence in Iraq and of the peril for mass gathering in a country where the bereaved often find themselves as targets. Despite continuing attacks, there has been a noticeable decrease in violence across the country compared to late 2006 and early 2007, when many feared Iraq was heading toward civil war. The US military says violence has fallen by 60 percent since June.
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Entertainment Daily: Spanish Nominees - Alejandro Sanz and Miguel Bose turn up for the Latin Grammy nominations
TAPE: EF01/0568 IN_TIME: 13:34:04 DURATION: 3:48 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: music video/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: Madrid, 2nd August SHOTLIST 1.Exterior of Spanish Association of Authors and Editors 2. Pull out from sign 3. Alejandro Sanz entering, (nominated for 5 awards including Best Album, Best Song, Best Pop Male Vocalist and Best Music Video) A.Question:"How do you feel about being nominated for 5 Grammys?" Answer:"I feel fantastic. The categories are the most important. I am very proud and emotional." 4. Miguel Bose entering (nominated for Best Album by a duo or group) 5. Marilia of "Ella Baila Sola" entering (nominated for Best Album by a duo or group) 6. Ana Torroja formerly of Mecano entering (nominated for Best Album by a duo or group) 7. Fernando Gonzalez entering (nominated for Best Jazz Album for Calle 54) 8. Pull out from Alejandro Sanz to reveal whole line-up in photo call 9. Clip video - Alejandro Sanz - Aquello Que Me Diste 10. Alejandro Sanz Sot in (Spanish) - "The most important thing is to preserve the importance of these awards and support them. I think that the U.S. Grammys have been so successful because they really value the awards, the artists and their culture. We have always been very critical of ourselves which on the one hand helps us to grow but we also need to care about these awards." 11. Ws Nominees 12. CU Ana Torroja 13. Cu Miguel Bose 14. SOT Ana Torroja - "I've had a long career but I have never had a nomination for a Latin Grammy because there was no Latin Grammy's before. For me it is very satisfying because it's been wonderful. I didn't expect it to be that great for me. Not only because of the audience that was there but for Miguel because I learnt a lot from him, it only gave me happiness. So to be nominated for something that gives you happiness is the nicest thing that can happen to you." 15. Pan from cameras to Alejandro Sanz 16. Sot Fernando Gonzalez - "I didn't think I would be sitting here with Alejandro Sanz and people that are very popular in latin America and here I am. So I 'm here to give me equal opportunity you know." 17. WS Nominees on podium SPANISH ARTISTS TURN OUT IN SUPPRT OF LATIN GRAMMYS The Spanish Association of Authors and Editors presented the nominees for Spain's version of the Latin Grammys at a starry press conference in Madrid, Thursday. Those attending included singer Alejandro Sanz, who was nominated in five categories, Best Album, Best Song, Best Pop Male Vocalist and Best Music Video. Sanz recently completed a sell out tour which took him around the Americas and Spain. Earlier this year he received the award for best pop composer from Miguel Bose at the Spanish Music Awards. Actor and singer, Miguel Bose also turned up at the press conferecne with Ana Torroja. They received a nomination for Best Album by a Duo or Group. Son of the actress Lucia Bose and bull fighter, Luis Miguel Dominguin and godson of Luciano Visconti, Miguel Bose grew up surrounded by artists and performers. He made his debut in films when he was just 15 in 1971. Six years later he recorded his first album. He is now generally regarded as one of Spain's top singers. Others particiapting in the Awards launch included the group Jarabe de Palo (Best Rock Song and Vocal Interpretation), Vicente Amigo (Best Album of the Year and Best Flamenco Album) and Fernando Gonzalez (Best Jazz Album for Calle 54.) Jarabe de Palo is made up of Alex Tenas, Jordi Mena, Maria Roch, Daniel Forcada, Toni Saigi and singer/songwriter, Pau Dones. The band is best known for the hit La Flaca. Vicente Amigo is a guitarist of the new generation of Flamenco. He was born in Guadalcanal in 1967, a small town in the province of Sevilla, though he grew up in Cordoba. It was there where he had his first guitar lessons. Amigo joined Manolo Sanlucar's band in which he played guitar for five years. In 1989, Amigo began a solo career and earned first prize in guitar at the prestigious Festival Nacional del Cante de las Minas de la Unisn. Shortly thereafter, he won the Contest of Extremadura. He became part of the Flamenco Guitar elite when he won the award "Ramon Montoya" in May 1989 as well as the first prize in guitar at the XII National Concert of Flamenco Art in Cordoba. His most recent recording is titled Ciudad de las Ideas (City of the Ideas). MUSIC CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: Aquello Que Me Diste ARTIST: Alejandro Sanz WRITER: Sanchez PUBLISHER: EMI
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